Looking Back with Team USA - Day Two in Doha

By U.S. Paralympics | Oct. 23, 2015, 4 p.m. (ET)

David Brown (St. Louis, Missouri) and Jaquvis Hart (Shreveport, Louisiana) claimed the first world titles of their careers as they led the way for Team USA to win three medals, two gold and one silver, on the second day of competition at the Qatar Sports Club in Doha. Team USA now owns nine medals, with four gold, four silver and one bronze.

David Brown and Jerome Avery thank the crowd after winning the men's 100m T11.

David Brown won his first world title in the men's 100m T11.

Jaquivis Hart won gold in his world championships debut in the men’s 400m T47.

Angela Madsen finished seventh in the women’s shot put F57.

Kerry Morgan took home the silver in the women's 200m T52.

Teenager Daniel Romanchuck finished eighth in the prelim of the men's 1500m T54. 

Amy Watt finished seventh in her world championships debut in the T47 long jump.