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  1. GB's Mo Farah wins 10,000m world gold at London Stadium
  2. Farah has won six world titles & four Olympic golds - all in row
  3. Usain Bolt wins 100m heat in 10:07 to reach semi-finals on Saturday
  4. Bolts says performance was 'very bad'
  5. Gatlin booed after winning heat five
  6. GB's Prescod, Ujah & Dasaolu qualify
  7. Laura Muir one of four Brits to qualify for 1500m semis
  8. GB's Holly Bradshaw qualifies for pole vault final

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By Mike Henson

All times stated are UK

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  1. Till tomorrow

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    Video caption: Farah wins historic 10000m world title

    Are you not entertained?

    That is all for tonight.

    Tomorrow night promises to be another cracker.

    Usain Bolt will - qualification permitting - go for 100m gold while Katarina Johnson-Thompson represents Great Britain in the first day of heptathlon.

    Why not kick back and enjoy Mo Farah's win one more time?

    Bye for now.

  2. From Gunners to a brilliant runner

  3. 'Once in a lifetime'


    More from Mo Farah to BBC Sport: "That was a special moment for me [having family on the track after the race]. I miss spending time with them. It was once in a lifetime to have them on the track with me at the end.

    "Anything is possible in life if you train hard. To all the kids out there, if you want to be like me it is possible if you work hard.

    "Thank you to all my Arsenal fans and Wenger, the big boss, was here I hear."

  4. 'I have to get this together'

    More from Usain Bolt to BBC Sport: "I think these are the worse blocks I have ever experienced. It was just not a smooth start. I have to get this together. I have to get the start together because I can't keep doing this."

  5. 'Uneasy and rusty'


    Craig Beavers: Bolt looked a bit uneasy and rusty. Hopefully just blowing out the cobwebs. Be a real shame if Gatlin beats him on his swansong.

    Conan McDonnell: Did no-one else see the block wobble as Usain Bolt started his heat? No wonder he was annoyed.

    Gillian Hudson: Hope Bolt gets his mojo back.

  6. Watch: Bolt wins 100m heat

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    Video caption: World Athletics Championships 2017: Usain Bolt through with 'very bad' run

    If you missed it earlier in the evening, here is a chance to catch up with Usain Bolt's less-than-spectacular 100m bow.

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  8. Farah wins gold

    Men's 10,000m final

    Alberto Salazar

    Mo Farah has just claimed on BBC Two that Arsenal coach Arsene Wenger was in London Stadium to see his victory tonight.

    His coach Alberto Salazar was not believed to have been at the venue.

    The Cuban-born American has reportedly stayed back in the United States after the leak of a critical interim report from the anti-doping investigation that is looking into Project Oregon.

    Salazar has always denied any wrong-doing.

  9. 'Amazing, special'

    Mo Farah to BBC Sport: "It was amazing. I had to get my head around it and I got a bit emotional at the start. I had to get in the zone.

    "It wasn't an easy race. I work on everything and it's been a long journey.

    "What a way to end my career in London. It's special.

    Mo Farah
  10. Farah's place in athletics folklore

    Men's 10,000m final

    Mo Farah may feel be a modern British hero, but he has long since become a great to go down in global history.

  11. 'Epic'

    Denise Lewis

    Olympic heptathlon gold medallist on BBC TV

    Mo can afford to smile but we were all on the edge of our seats during the race. We should never take for granted how difficult it is to win. We are so used to seeing him do it. What an epic night.

  12. Inspired to do your personal best?


    Children doing the Mobot
    Image caption: Children on an athletics track doing the 'Mobot'

    If you've been inspired by Mo Farah tonight - as these guys have - why not join one of the London 2017 Team Personal Best events taking place across the country during the championships?

    You can find your nearest event here.

    And if you want to find out how to get into athletics, take a look at the Get Inspired guide.

  13. Watch: Mo wins Gold

    Men's 10,000m final

    Want to watch Mo Farah's victory again?

    It's never too soon.

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    Video caption: Farah wins historic 10000m world title
  14. 'What guts'


    Jonny Whiteoak: Gooooo Mo! What class, what guts, what a winner!

    Barry Jones: They should call it Mo Farah London Stadium.

    Kathryn: Mo Farah you deserve every success after that nail biting race. Smashed it.

  15. Gold, gold, gold

    Steve Cram

    BBC athletics commentator on BBC TV

    Gold, gold, gold all the way. It's Mo's 10th global gold medal. Incredible. It's easy for us to keep adding them on. If he had only ever won this race tonight it would have been a phenomenal achievement, but it's another to add to his incredible achievements.

    A true British sporting hero.

  16. Medal ceremony

    Men's 10,000m final

    Time for the hard-earned neckwear to be dished out.

    Paul Tenui of Kenya steps up onto the bottom step, looking frankly a little out of it.

    Twenty-year-old silver medalist Joshua Cheptegei of Uganda is all grins.

    And Mo Farah decked out in a dazzling white tracksuit, hops onto the top step and pulls a Mobot before rearranging his features to 'dutiful' for the national anthem.

    Mo Farah
  17. 'Impossible to race against'


    Dr Malcolm Harvey: Three seconds outside your PB in your final 10k? Suggests it probably shouldn't be your final 10k Sir Mo. What a run.

    Stratford upon Alan: Mo Farah is impossible to race against, brushing off barges, sprints when others speed-up, gets up when he falls.

    Dave Cripps: Is Sir Mo Farah allowed to be knighted twice?

  18. London 2012 redux

    Men's 10,000m final

    The slow-motion replays are pretty hard to distinguish from London 2012.

    Mo Farah cantering, eyes wide as the opposition recedes in the rear-view mirror, and the whole of the stadium. bobs and bounces in a sea of red, white and blue.

    Mo Farah
  19. No-one is leaving

    Mo Farah wins 10,000m gold

    Paula Radcliffe

    Women's marathon world record holder on BBC TV

    Nobody is leaving the stadium. They are staying to hear our national anthem and see our first gold medal.

  20. Farah wins gold - Twitter reaction