Both athletes won the 400 metres and 1500 metres events in their sections at the UK’s Disability Athletics Grand Prix in Kirkby Sports College.
Commentators at the scene said their performances missed breaking the current world records because of strong winds on the day.
Weir and Woods were both Virgin London Marathon winners on the road in April and were said to be pleased with their performances at Kirkby.
The UK Disability Athletics Grand Prix is a key international competition and one of the final chances for athletes to qualify for the London 2012 games.
It attracts international stars - David Weir is one Great Britain’s top wheelchair racers, who won 2 gold medals, 1 silver and 1 bronze medal at the 2008 Beijing Games.
Hundreds of people turned out for the event which is free and is a chance to see many of the Paralympians who’ll be at the London Games.
Pictureed is GB gold medal winner David Weir at the UK Disability Athletics Grand Prix