Brazil's Alessandro Rodrigo broke the men's F11 discus world record on Saturday (22 April) at the World Para Athletics Grand Prix in Sai Paulo, Brazil.
The reigning Paralympic champion reached 44.66m on his way to beating the previous world record of 44.44m set by Spain's Alfonso Lopes-Fidalgo in 1998.
The performance also secured him a spot on the Brazilian team heading to July’s World Para Athletics Championships in London, Great Britain.
Eleven more Brazilians achieved the "A" standard established by the Brazilian Paralympic Committee in order to qualify to London 2017.
Current men's 100m T47 Paralympic champion Petrucio Ferreira won the 200m in a 2017 world-leading time of 21.66.
Another Paralympic champion, Ricardo Costa Oliveira jumped 6.51m to win the men's T11 long jump - just 1cm shy of his gold medal performance in Rio de Janeiro.
Kesley Josué's 22.06 in the men's 200m T13 also gave him a place in the team. The men's 200m will also have Brazilians in the T38, T37 and T36 classes, as Edson Pinheiro (23.40), Mateus Evangelista (23.35) and Rodrigo Parreira (25.54) led the pack.
In the field events, Brazil also had some noticeable performances. Emerson dos Santos Lopes posted a new Brazilian record in the men's F46 discus throw (46.14m). In the same event, João Luis dos Santos also guaranteed his participation in the Worlds with 44.29m. Meanwhile, Jonas Licurgo won the javelin event with a 31.09m throw.
Eighteen-year-old Paulo Henrique Andrade won the men's T13 high jump with 1.81m. He will debut in the Brazil's senior team.
The last day of competition at the Sao Paulo Grand Prix takes place on Sunday (23 April) at the new Brazilian Paralympic Training Centre.
All the latest results can be found here.