Jason Smyth stormed to victory in the T13 100m to secure his second gold medal at the World Para Athletics European Championships in Berlin.

Smyth set a new Championship record of 10.86 in his heat earlier and broke it again in the final in a time of 10.66.

Poland took silver and bronze through Mateusz Michalski (10.99) and Jakub Nicpon (11.33).

It was a staggering 19th major event gold medal for the Derryman, who is now the reigning 100m T13 champion at Olympic, World and European level.

Smith also broke the Championship record while winning the 200m T13 on Tuesday.

Earlier, teenager Jordan Lee won a bronze medal in the men’s high jump T47 .

Lee jumped consistently throughout and cleared 1.75 metres to finish in third place. He attempted 1.78 but failed to make it.

It is the Kerryman’s first European Championships.

Patrick Monahan was pipped for bronze by Italy's Diego Gastaldi in the T53 800m final, while David Leavy finished seventh in the T38 1500m.