07/26/2013 02:52 EDT | Updated 09/25/2013 05:12 EDT

Canada's Brent Lakatos wins 3rd gold at paralympic worlds

Brent Lakatos of Dorval, Que., earned his third gold medal and at the world paralympic athletics championship on Friday.

The 33-year-old paraplegic clocked 14.51 seconds in the men’s T53 100-metre final in Lyon, France. Lakatos won gold in the T53 200 (26.00) and 400 (49.02) events earlier in the week, all championship records.

He picked up a silver medal in the 800.

Lakatos earned his first Paralympic medal in his third Games last September in London, finishing second in the T53 400.

The Quebec-raised computer analyst from Dallas became a paraplegic as a result of a hockey accident when he was six.

Lakatos’s wife, Stefanie Reid, is a single-leg amputee who also competed at the 2012 Paralympics.

The world paralympic athletics championship continues through the weekend.