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Live Reporting

By Michael Emons

All times stated are UK

  1. Thanks and goodbye

    And that is the perfect place to end this live text commentary.

    Remember, the World Para-Athletics Championships begin on Friday and the World Athletics Championships are less than four weeks away.

    Exciting times ahead.

    Thank you for joining us and until next time, bye for now.

  2. WATCH: Farah wins 3,000m

    Men's 3,000m

    The main event was the 3,000m and, as expected, it was a win for Mo Farah, much to the delight of the London crowd. Watch the race again below.

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    Video caption: Farah wins 3000m
  3. WATCH: Merritt wins men's 110m hurdles

    Men's 110m hurdles final

    American Aries Merritt returned to the track where he won Olympic gold in the men's 110m hurdles.

    There was more success as he won the race, and you can see his performance here.

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    Video caption: Merritt wins men's 110m hurdles
  4. Media meets Mo

    Men's 3000m

    Mike Henson

    BBC Sport at London Stadium

    Never mind the 3,000m, it will take Mo Farah to run the media gauntlet that awaits him off the track.

    Such are the obligations of a five-time world champion.

  5. WATCH: Harrison wins women's 100m hurdles

    Women's 100m hurdles

    The women's 100m hurdles was a very painful occasion for Jasmin Stowers, who suffered a heavy crash after hitting a hurdle late on. The race, which you can watch here, was won by American Kendra Harrison.

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    Video caption: Harrison wins women's 100m hurdles
  6. WATCH: Cherry wins men's 400m

    Men's 400m

    American Michael Cherry took the honours in the men's 400m, but it was a nightmare race for Britain's Matthew Hudson-Smith, who slipped over early on.

    Luckily, he did not pick up any injury, with only his pride suffering.

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    Video caption: Cherry wins men's 400m
  7. WATCH: Allyson Felix wins 400m in fastest time of the year

    Women's 400m

    It was an incredible performance from American Allyson Felix in the women's 400m, who stormed away to set the fastest time of 2017.

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    Video caption: Allyson Felix wins 400m in fastest time of the year
  8. Post update

    Time to look back at some of the other highlights from a great afternoon of athletics from London Stadium.

  9. 'I'm pretty happy'

    Women's mile

    GB's Laura Muir after finishing second in the mile and missing the British record by 0.06 seconds.

    "I’m actually pretty happy," she tells BBC One. "I missed the record but it’s a PB for me. I’m really happy with where I'm at. That last 100m – oh man it was tough. I loved being out here and it was a great reception."

    Laura Muir
  10. 'She was the perfect pacemaker'

    Women's mile

    Andrew Cotter

    BBC commentator on BBC One

    The way Laura Muir ran was brave. It's the second fastest time ever by a Briton. But she was the perfect pacemaker of Hellen Obiri. There is a warning from Obiri.

    It's back to the drawing board for Laura Muir. You usually finish on the up going into a championship.

  11. WATCH: Muir sets personal best, but finishes second in women's mile

    Women's mile

    Laura Muir had aimed for a new world record in the women's mile, but narrowly missed out, while also finishing second in the race.

    Watch the action again here.

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    Video caption: Muir sets personal best, but finishes second in women's mile
  12. KJT comes fourth

    Women's long jump

    Katarina Johnson-Thompson has just missed out on a top-three finish in the women's long jump.

    She produced her best effort with her last jump but her mark of 6.75 is not good enough for a higher finish, although it is a season's best.

    America's Tianna Bartoletta wins, while Britain's Lorraine Ugen and Jazmin Sawyers come sixth and ninth respectively.

  13. Watch Farah's win from a different angle

    Men's 3,000m - Farah wins

    How about this for a view of Mo Farah's win, courtesy of former Olympic bronze medallist Katharine Merry?

    Merry, who came third in the 400m at the 2000 Olympics, posts this fantastic video on Twitter.

    BBC Sport app users may need to click on the link to watch the video.

    View more on twitter
  14. 'Making people proud to be British'

    Men's 3,000m - Farah wins

    Britain's Mo Farah reacts to his 3,000m victory and also responds to reports this week that one of his previous drug tests required further testing, before he was then cleared when his test results were then viewed as 'normal'.

    "It was pretty amazing, thank you to the crowd," he says. "I love London, there's no place like home. I have to stay focused the next three weeks. I enjoy racing and not the other stuff.

    "Other things don’t distract me. I’m only in control of my legs. Never will I fail a test.

    "I run year after year with joy and there's not much more you can do.

    "I love being on the podium, hearing the anthem and making people proud to be British. I love what I do and I’m good at what I do – you can’t worry about other stuff."

    Mo Farah
  15. Post update

    Men's 3,000m - Farah wins

    And it is time to hear from the man of the moment - Mo Farah.

  16. 'Perfect'

    Men's 3,000m - Farah wins

    Steve Cram

    BBC athletics commentator on BBC One

    Perfect. Exactly what he needs before the World Championships.

    View more on twitter
  17. Farah wins

    Men's 3,000m

    We've been here before. Mo Farah sprints away to win as he is roared home by a large crowd at the London Stadium.

    Spain's Adel Mechaal had managed to stay with Farah for 2,950m of that race and he comes second, with another Brit, Andrew Butchart taking third place in a personal best.

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    Video caption: Farah wins 3000m
  18. Post update

    Men's 3,000m

    Farah leads at the bell.

    Mo Farah
  19. Post update

    Men's 3,000m

    Two laps to go, another Brit, Andrew Butchart, now leads the way, Mo Farah is up to second on Butchart's shoulder.

    Mo Farah
  20. Post update

    Men's 3,000m

    We are at the 1400m mark and Adam Clarke of Britain is leading the way, with Mo Farah poised to attack in fifth.