Hashemiyeh Motaghian Moavi was one of five Iranian gold medallists ©Getty Images

Iran won five more goldsto extend their lead at the top of the medals table at the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Athletics Asia-Oceania Championships in Dubai today.

Hamed Amiri made it a golden treble as he won the F53 shot put with an Asian record of 9.69 metres at the Police Officer’s Club Stadium.

The 33-year-old added four centimetres onto the previous record to take the title ahead of compatriot Alireza Mokhtari Hemami, who threw 7.61m.

In the women's F54-57 discus, Iran's Hashemiyeh Motaghian Moavi also broke an Asian record on her way to success, her effort of 20.83m beating her own mark by 1.30m.

Ramezanali Doolabi kept the Iranian success coming with a throw of 13.14m to win the F46 shot put title and Mohammad Alvanpour threw 36.86m to win the men's F55/56 javelin.

That sealed the win ahead of Vietnam’s shot put F55/56 champion Be Hau Nguyenon.

Another Asian record fell in the women's F32/34 shot put thanks to Qatar's Sara Hamdi Masoud, with the 29-year-old double Asian Para Games champion recording 4.75m.

Ajith Hettiarachchi won T44 100m gold for Sri Lanka
Ajith Hettiarachchi won T44 100m gold for Sri Lanka ©Getty Images

On the track, Iran's Amin Abdolpour won in the T37/38/46 1500 metres and Malaysia’s Nasharuddin Mohd clocked an Asian record to win the men’s 400m T20.

The 21-year-old’s graceful running made it look easy as he crossed the line in 50.30sec.

Sri Lankan Anil Prasanna Jayalath Yodha Pedige came out on top in a thrilling head-to-head against Japan’s Atsushi Yamamoto to win the men’s 100m T42.

The celebrations then continued for Sri Lanka as Ajith Hettiarachchi immediately followed up with another track gold, winning the 100m T44 in 12.30.

Kuwait’s Hamad Aladwani’s came from behind to beat the UAE’s Badir Abbas Alhawasin in the men’s 800m T54 and the UAE's Mohamed Hammadi won a spectacular fourth gold medal at Dubai 2016 in front of his home fans with a win in the 100m T34.