He’s accounted for all four of Canada’s golds at the world championships.
Lakatos holds the world record in the event in 14.10 seconds, a mark he set in Arbon, Switzerland, on May 27.
Also on Sunday, Ottawa’s Thomas Des Brisay finished eighth in the men’s T20 5,000-metre final.
Saskatoon’s Ilana Dupont was seventh in the women’s T53 100-metre while Regina’s Jessica Frotten was ninth.
Tristan Smyth of Lake Country, B.C., was eighth in the men’s T54 5,000-metre final.
Toronto’s Marissa Papaconstantinou was seventh in the women’s T44 200-metre final.
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