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Live Reporting

By Tom Rostance and Luke Reddy

All times stated are UK

  1. Thank you and keep watching...

    Christian Coleman

    Right then. First let me stress, that you can watch the men's and women's 50km walk races in this live page by clicking play above. They will undoubtedly be dramatic in the sweltering Doha conditions.

    And the BBC Sport athletics page is loaded with videos and written pieces detailing the day's drama.

    We have also posted the best videos of the day below this post in the live feed so watch them at your leisure.

    And finally, we want to say a massive thank you for following today and we hope you enjoyed the coverage.

    We will have a live-feed running on Sunday which will again give you all the information, results, punditry and live streams you need.

    For now, run, jump and throw your way to a peaceful night.

  2. Catch up: Cracking Coleman

    And finally, the showpiece finale.

    If you're catching up on anything we guess it will be the men's 100m final, where Christian Coleman underlined why he's so hyped.

    Enjoy...

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    Video caption: Coleman wins men's 100m gold in 9.76 seconds
  3. Catch up: Gemili fairly beaten

    Other action today saw Adam Gemili miss out on the 100m final before posting an image of him appearing to finish second in his heat. He was officially beaten into second by one hundredth of a second and Michael Johnson saw nothing wrong with the result.

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    Video caption: They probably got it right - Johnson on Gemili photo-finish controversy
  4. Catch up: The winning feeling at last...

    American DeAnna Price felt what it was like to be a champion in the women's hammer.

    The event has been dominated by Poland's Anita Wlodarczyk for years but with her out injured, Price pounced. Watch her reaction below.

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    Video caption: 'Screams of celebration' as USA's DeAnna Price wins hammer throw
  5. Catch up: Dina gets it done...

    Dina-Asher Smith did her job earlier today by easing through the women's 100m heats.

    Click play below and see her effort if you've been out having fun and want a quick hit of sprinting...

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    Video caption: Asher-Smith wins women's 100m heat in 10.96
  6. Catch up: Gayle leaps to gold...

    Here is how Jamaica's Tajay Gayle secured a first global title with a big leap...

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    Video caption: 'That's enormous' - Jamaica's Gayle wins long jump final
  7. Bolt praise for champion...

    Usain Bolt has not tweeted about the men's 100m result but he has congratulated his countryman Tajay Gayle, who took gold in the long jump earlier.

    View more on twitter
  8. Who gets the medals?

    Christian Coleman
  9. 'It's an incredible time'

    Coleman wins 100m gold

    Christian Coleman: "I am humble, I am just here to win titles.

    "It is an incredible time, it is a PB for me. I think the sky's the limit, I think I still have a lot of things I can work on and improve, I think I can keep dropping my time."

  10. The fastest men ever...

    So here are the list of the 10 fastest men to ever walk the face of this earth. Well, the 10 who competed at least. There may well be an absolute flying machine somewhere on earth who simply used his gifts to catch buses and get the chippy tea home while still piping hot.

    Christian Coleman's 9.76 makes him the sixth fastest man ever. It is however only the joint 15th fastest time ever as the likes of Bolt have run a handful of rapid times at the top of leaderboard.

    Top 10
  11. Where are the people?

    The men's 100m final is always a spectacle. Maybe not so much in Doha though if these images from Lets Run reporter Jonathan Gault are anything to go by...

    View more on twitter
  12. 'It's incredible'

    Christian Coleman

    World champion Christian Coleman: "World champion, it sounds incredible, too good to be true. For me to make it here and come out with a gold is incredible. I was just out of college two years ago and not many people expected me to win a silver. I expected to come out here and be great and upgrade my silver medal.

    "It's hard to compartmentalise and not think about Tokyo - that's huge to go to an Olympics. I will be expected to go there and medal but the work doesn't stop. Hopefully I can make the team."

  13. Gatlin game for Tokyo...

    Justin Gatlin - silver medallist over the 100m - speaks to BBC Sport: "This season was a testament to my endurance and will. I had setbacks this season. I just wanted to stay focused on this race and give it all I got for this season.

    "Christian has ran a spectacular season, great times. I couldn't say it was a shock that he would do a great job here. I had to hold on and stay strong in my technique."

    Asked if he will be at Tokyo 2020 he says: "I'm coming. I'm going to be better. I'm ready."

  14. The end of Gatlin?

    Michael Johnson

    Four-time Olympic gold medallist athlete on BBC TV

    Justin gatlin

    He said he wants to go to Tokyo - I don't know! He just continues to deliver, he's so durable.

  15. Post update

    A reminder that if you've been watching the coverage which has gone off air on TV, you can continue watching in the live stream at the top of this page. Just click play.

    All that's left on the agenda competition wise today are the men and women taking on the 50km walk.

  16. Post update

    It's worth remembering Christian Coleman is only 23. He holds the world record over 60m indoors so we know he has a start that leaves rivals with work to do.

    He will be itching for Tokyo 2020.

  17. Where that time ranks

    Christian Coleman's time is the fastest in a world championship final since Usain Bolt's other-worldly 9.58...

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    Video caption: Coleman wins men's 100m gold in 9.76 seconds

    2019 - 9.76 Coleman

    2017 - 9.92 Gatlin

    2015 - 9.79 Bolt

    2013 - 9.77 Bolt

    2011 - 9.92 Blake

    2009 - 9.58 Bolt

  18. Metal chasing...

    Great Britain yet to strike a blow on the medal table but there's plenty of hot and humid time to get a few in the bag in Doha.

    Medal table
  19. Post update

    Michael Johnson

    Four-time Olympic gold medallist athlete on BBC TV

    There were quick times - it didn't have the pop and the sizzle that you normally have, that's a result of the post-Bolt era.

    Coleman ran away with it. We always knew the second and third-placed medals would be up for grabs.