The 24-year-old crossed in a time of 1:49.76 for first place in the 800m T53 before her 1,500m T53 race saw her equal Tatyana McFadden world record set in 2015 (3:13.27).

After her 800m on Friday de Rozario said she didn't have many expectations coming into the event.

“I didn’t have too many expectations, it was just a good experience and a good chance to race all the girls," she told World Para Athletics media.

In her 1,500m, de Rozario was racing in the breakaway pack with US duo McFadden and Susannah Scaroni alongside local favourite Manuela Schaer. 

“I was just so lucky that I had a bit more to come around but the girls are so strong right now it’s always such a pleasure racing them,” de Rozario said.

Fellow Australian, Eliza Ault-Connell smashed her own T54 800m Australian record set 14 years ago on Friday with a time of 1:46.67 for fourth place.

Competition continues late Sunday afternoon (AEST).