By Emily Goddard

Maria Lyle broke the 200 metres T35 world record on the final day of the IPC Athletics Grand Prix in Dubai ©Getty ImagesFurther world records were set today as the International Paralympic Committee Athletics Grand Prix came to a close in Dubai.

Britain's double European champion Maria Lyle improved her own 200 metres T35 world record to set a best time of 30.53sec.

"Very happy with today's 200m! A new world record is amazing! Thank you @CoachTabo & my family & friends!!" she wrote on Twitter.

Lyle's compatriot Jo Butterfield set another European and world record in the F32/51 discus with a throw of 8.87 metres.

Butterfield also celebrated her success on Twitter.

"So happy with discus perf today, new world record #wow Thx everyone who supports me make it happen @BritAthletics @scotathletics @SDS_sport," she wrote.

Elsewhere, Paralympic gold medallist Faouzi Rzig of Tunisia set an African record in the men's javelin F34 with a throw of 31.42m, while Kuwait's Mohammad Nasser set an Asian record of 7.20m in the men's shot put F32.

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