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Live Reporting

Tom Rostance

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  1. See you on Sunday

    That's all of the action for today.

    You can catch some highlights from last week's World Cup above and if not we shall see you back here tomorrow!

  2. Post update

    Women's long jump

    Shara Proctor: "This was perfect timing. I was able to nail it and felt comfortable on the runway. The competition between us is great, it's nerve-wracking.

    Lorraine Ugen: "I've had lots of competitions, I was ready to go but just wasn't very consistent. I need to get back into training before the Euros and I should be good to go."

  3. Kendricks takes it

    Men's pole vault

    Sam Kendricks wins the pole vault with a clearance of 5.92m.

    He went for a national record - why not? - but couldn't get over 6.05m.

    Renaud Lavillenie is second on 5.86m.

  4. Fraser-Pryce back to her best

    Women's 100m

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    Video caption: Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce wins women's 100m
  5. 'Hughes can be one of the best'

    Michael Johnson

    Four-time Olympic gold medallist athlete on BBC TV

    I'm not buying this 'I'm just a 200m runner.'

    Zharnel Hughes has the potential to be one of the best 100m runners in the world and he knows that too.

    He's trying to keep the pressure down but I am ramping it up!

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    Michael Johnson

    Four-time Olympic gold medallist athlete on BBC TV

    There has been the question of what will happen after Usain Bolt. The quality on display here bodes well for the sport. You don't know who's going to win the race, that's what fans want to see.

    All these guys are running fast times and consistently well. They are all right there every race.

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    Zharnel Hughes: "I'm really happy with that. I am not technically a 100m runner and this helps my composure. For me I was trying to tell myself to focus on my own race, don't worry about anyone else."

    Ronnie Baker: "I knew this was a fast track and I felt fast today. Two 9.90s today and I know consistency means that a drop in time is coming. Hopefully I can take that world lead and better it. There is a lot of competition."

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    Six men went under 10 seconds. Plenty of strength in depth in the post-Usain Bolt era, if a lack of superstars.

  9. Post update

    Ronnie Baker ran the exact same time in the heat and the final. He had that in the bag all the way through.

  10. BreakingBaker takes it

    Men's 100m

    Perfect sprinting conditions. Let's go.

    Bang! Away cleanly...not the quickest though...

    1. Ronnie Baker 9.90
    2. Zharnel Hughes 9.93
    3. Akani Simbine 9.94

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    Video caption: Baker wins mens 100m final
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    men's 100m final (15:50 BST)

    Every man in this final has run under 10 seconds this season. What can Zharnel Hughes dleiver on the day?

    The British record of 9.87 has stood for a very, very long time...

  12. BreakingProctor takes it

    Women's long jump

    No improvement on her final jump for Shara Proctor, but she wins it with a leap of 6.91m.

    Lorraine Ugen improved to second place with 6.88m, with Katarina Johnson-Thompson in fifth.

    Rude health for GB.

  13. One race left

    men's 100m final (15:50 BST)

    The heats saw six men go under 10 seconds.

    Could we see a really fast time?

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    Men's 400m hurdles

    Karsten Warholm = the man over one lap hurdles.

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    Video caption: Karsten Warholm wins men's 400m hurdles
  15. 'London is the place!"

    Women's 100m

    Imani-Lara Lansiquot: "To come here and run a PB, I am elated. It's fingers crossed to get picked for the Euros. We are all pushing each other. our relay team is going to be flames."

    Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce: "Oh my God! I am so excited. I have had time off, I have had my son and I have come back. I am 31 but decided to continue to work hard. London is the place! I am telling you."

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    Women's 100m final

    That's the fastest Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce has run this season, her first time under 11 seconds since childbirth.

    More medals to come? She's 31 and already has seven world championship golds to her name! She's buzzing with that time.

  17. BreakingClass tells

    Women's 100m

    1. Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce 10.98
    2. Dezerea Bryant 11.07
    3. Jonielle Smith 11.07

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    Video caption: Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce wins women's 100m
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    Women's 100m

    The crowd hush as the athletes crouch into their blocks. All set?


  19. Her we go

    Women's 100m final

    The best 100m runners this year are largely in tomorrow's 200m final but this should be decent.

    Plenty of GB interest too.

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    Women's long jump

    Shara Proctor still leads...

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    Video caption: 'Another massive jump' - Shara Proctor extends lead