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Live Reporting

Tom Rostance

All times stated are UK

  1. Good night

    Hero goes on into the night. But we will not.

    That's a wrap of 10 days of the very best in world athletics from London.

    No more Mo, no more Bolt. Plenty more sport.

    See you all very soon!

  2. Post update


    LordGreystoke: What, no Hero the Hedgehog flattening ceremony?

  3. Post update

  4. Medal ceremony

    Men's 4x400m relay

    The final ceremony of the championships. Britain get a bronze as US don't get a gold. It's instead Trinidad & Tobago who are champions of the world.

    Great Britain 4x400m relay team
  5. Post update

    That clears that up. Let's hope Usain sticks to that. We don't want to see an ill-advised boxing style comeback...

  6. The scrum to hear Bolt

    Sam Bryant

    BBC Sport at London Stadium

    Bolt presser

    Claudio Ranieri, Usain Bolt. The list of people I've seen given a round of applause as they arrive to face the press.

    The question comes, "Is there any chance of you coming back for a one-off race?"


  7. Passing the flag

    The IAAF flag is handed from Laura Muir to Qatari high-jump champion Mutaz Barshim ahead of the 2019 games.

    What will that championship be like? We shall see...

    Laura Muir
  8. Post update

    So the 2017 world athletics championships draw to an end and it won't be long before London Stadium is host instead to West Ham v Huddersfield.

    A crunching change of gear.

  9. Medal ceremony

    Women's 4x400m relay

    It's a silver medal for Zoey Clark, Laviai Nielsen, Eilidh Doyle and Emily Diamond, while US legend Allyson Felix gets an 11th world gold in her amazing career...

    Video content

    Video caption: World Athletics Championships 2017: GB women claim silver in 4x400m final as USA take gold
  10. Post update

    How long until we see world athletics back in the London stadium? As soon as they can, by the sounds of it...

  11. 'So many compelling stories'


    IAAF president Lord Coe on BBC One: "It's been spectacular, with so many competitive races and compelling stories. The compelling stories have been the stories about the young talented athletes - we just have to make sure we get those stories across to people."

  12. Good night Usain

  13. Semenya goes for the WR

    Women's 800m final

    Caster Semenya has set her sights on breaking the world 800m record.

    "We need to clear 1:55 first and it will require a lot of hard training," she said.

    "I have Olympic, world and Commonwealth titles now so maybe it is time to target the world record. It's the next thing on the list. I know it will be difficult but I will have to attempt soon, maybe."

    Caster Semenya
  14. Post update

  15. Post update

    The championships go to Doha in 2019 and then Eugene in the US in 2021.

  16. 'You won't see this in America'

    Michael Johnson

    Four-time Olympic gold medallist athlete on BBC TV

    I am not British so I can say with no bias that this championships have been amazing.

    You won't see crowds like this in Doha and you wouldn't see this anywhere in America.

    There is not the appetite for this sport anywhere else in the world.

  17. 'The best ever'

    Brendan Foster

    Olympic medallist and BBC commentator on BBC One

    GB 4x4

    The sport should say to London - thank you very much indeed. You have given us a fantastic occasion here and it was the best ever.

  18. Bolt says goodbye

    Usain Bolt continues his long goodbye in London, a lap of honour and applause from the sold-out stadium.

    Usain Bolt
  19. Get off the cushion

  20. GB's top performers

    Five fourth places but plenty of promise for the future?Who of these names will shine in Doha in 2019?

    GB's best results