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Live Reporting

Tom Rostance

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  1. Good night

    A dramatic and memorable night at London Stadium for several reasons!

    We shall leave you now, a delayed Match of the Day is about to start and you can watch online.

    Join us Sunday night for the finale. See you there!

  2. 'He kept apologising to us'

    Jamaica's Julian Forte speaking to IAAF radio about team-mate Usain Bolt's injury: "He didn't tell us exactly what happened but from what I saw, it looked like a strain or a cramp of some sort.

    "He kept apologising to us but we told him there was no need to apologise - injuries are part of the sport."

    Omar McLeod
  3. Best in Europe

    Men's 4x100m relay

    The time of 37.47 by the British team was also a European record, beating the time of 37.73 that had stood since 1999.

  4. 'It's a dream'

    Men's 4x100m relay

    BBC interview

    CJ Ujah: "I am proud of these guys and those behind the scenes. It is crazy to do this in London. I can't even talk right now."

    Adam Gemili: "We are World champs! To run it with Danny Talbot after such disappointment in London 2012, it is so special to come back. Thank you to everyone. It's crazy. Honestly a dream and a reality tonight. Wow!"

  5. Medal table makes better reading now

    Medal table
  6. Sheer delight

    Men's 4x100m relay

    Danny Talbot: "2012 didn't go our way and we have been working hard since then. It's a massive team effort and we win as a team and lose as a team. We are world champions at home. We will never get this feeling again."

    Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake: "I wasn't sure if I had won or not, I gave it my all but I could see Christian Coleman out of the corner of my eye. The feeling of euphoria was from infinity. I can't register it. We smashed the British record to pieces."

  7. Who's missing?

    Men's 4x100m relay

    Here's the official photo finish.

    Photo finish
  8. Not the way he should go out

    Zidane's red card, Bradman's duck...

  9. Post update

    Paula Radcliffe

    Women's marathon world record holder on BBC TV

    Bolt did not want to leave in a wheelchair did he. He refused to leave in that way and that's right - he should never have to finish like that.

  10. 'The most amazing public in the world'

    Men's decathlon

    Champion Kevin Mayer: "I am so, so tired. I cannot even imagine I am the world champion.

    "I just want to say this is the most amazing public in the world."

  11. Post update

    Men's 4x100m relay

    It's easy to say now, and hindsight is a wonderful thing, but should Usain Bolt have retired in Rio?

  12. How it was won

    Men's 4x100m relay

    Video content

    Video caption: GB win gold as Bolt pulls up in 4x100m relay
  13. Post update

    Men's 4x100m relay

  14. Post update

  15. Post update

    Men's 4x100m relay

  16. A first for Britain

    Men's 4x100m relay

    Jamaica and Usain Bolt had won the last four 4x100m relays at the Worlds, that's Britain's first ever title.

    It's four for Jamaica, one for France, one for South Africa, two for Canada and seven for the US.

    Great Britain 4x100m men's relay team
  17. 'Gemili was just ridiculous'

    Men's 4x100m relay

    Michael Johnson

    Four-time Olympic gold medallist athlete on BBC TV

    An amazing and outstanding performance from that British team. They beat everyone fair and square.

    They delivered on a night when everyone was here - not necessarily to see this.

    Adam Gemili was just ridiculous down the back stretch. He opened up a gap that was always going to be hard for anyone to chase down.

    Adam Gemili
  18. GB perfection

    Men's 4x100m relay

    Tom Fordyce

    Chief sports writer at London Stadium

    That is a near-perfect display from the British sprint quartet - CJ Ujah with phenomenal reaction time of 0.124 secs, Adam Gemili brilliant second leg after injury-wrecked season, Danny Talbot with flawless bend, Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake holding off the 100m silver medallist Christian Coleman and finishing with a beautifully timed dip.

    That's how records and gold medals happen.

  19. Post update

    Men's 4x100m relay

    Colin Jackson

    Two-time world 110m hurdles champion on BBC TV

    Mitchell-Blake doesn't look left, doesn't look right. He just focuses straight ahead.

  20. GB medal rush

    A gold and two silver medals for Great Britain in the space of a few hours. And that doesn't cover the half of it.