World Championships 2019: Medal table and GB medallists at Doha 2019

Dina Asher-Smith and Katarina Johnson-Thompson
Dina Asher-Smith and Katarina Johnson-Thompson have both collected gold medals for Britain in Doha
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Venue: Khalifa International Stadium, Doha Dates: 27 September-6 October
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Great Britain finished the 2019 World Championships in Doha with five medals, including golds for Dina Asher-Smith and Katarina Johnson-Thompson.

It is Great Britain's lowest medal tally at a World Championships since 2005.

2019 medal table

Rank Country Gold SilverBronze Total
1United States1411429
2Kenya52411
3Jamaica35311
4China3339
5Ethiopia2518
6Great Britain2305
7Germany2046
8Japan2013
9Netherlands2002
9Uganda2002
11Poland1236

GB medallists

Gold - Dina Asher-Smith - women's 200m - day six - report

Gold - Katarina Johnson-Thompson - heptathlon - day seven - report

Silver - Dina Asher-Smith - women's 100m - day three - report

Silver - Great Britain - women's 4x100m relay - day nine - report

Silver - Great Britain - men's 4x100m relay - day nine - report

GB near misses & top-10 placings

Fourth - Adam Gemili - men's 200m - day five - report

Fourth - Holly Bradshaw (pole vault), mixed relay team (4x400m)

Fourth - Callum Hawkins (marathon) - day nine - report

Fourth - Great Britain - women's 4x400m relay - day 10 - report

Fifth - Laura Muir - women's 1500m - day nine - report

Fifth - Jake Wightman - men's 1500m

Sixth - Zharnel Hughes - men's 100m

Sixth - Josh Kerr - men's 1500m

Seventh - Tom Bosworth - men's 20km walk

Seventh - Abigail Irozuru - women's long jump

10th - Nick Miller - men's hammer

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