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Summary

  1. American Tori Bowie wins women's 100m gold from Marie-Josee Ta Lou
  2. Schippers takes bronze but Olympic champion Thompson comes fifth
  3. GB's Johnson-Thompson finishes fifth in heptathlon; Thiam wins gold
  4. GB's Holly Bradshaw sixth in women's pole vault final
  5. Van Niekerk wins 400m semis but GB's Hudson-Smith out
  6. Kyle Langford qualifies for 800m final
  7. Andrew Pozzi misses out on 110m hurdles final
  8. Gatlin booed in 100m ceremony

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By Mike Henson

All times stated are UK

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Bye for now

Women's 100m final

Only one place to leave it tonight though...

Tori Bowie's extraordinary dip for glory.

It is the world championships that delivers shock after shock.

See you tomorrow for the next installment.

Bowie wins 100m gold as Thompson fails to medal

Tomorrow's action

19:00 - Women's hammer final: This event features former ballet dancer Sophie Hitchon, who became the first British women to win an Olympic hammer medal with bronze in Rio last summer.

21:30 - Men's 110m hurdles final: Jamaica's Olympic champion Omar McLeod is the favourite but world record holder Aries Merritt is also in good form. Britain's Andrew Pozzi went out in the semi-finals.

21:50 - Women's 1500m final: Britain have twice won silver in this event - Hannah England (2011) and Lisa Dobriskey (2009) - but Muir will hope to be their first world champion. The Scot's main rivals look to be Faith Kipyegon and Genzebe Dibaba, while 800m Olympic champion Caster Semenya will also be a threat and British team-mate Laura Weightman will hope to snatch a medal.

Am I really world champion?

Women's 100m final

Tori Bowie
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American Tori Bowie says it has not sunk in that she is the world 100m champion.

"I feel the hard work has finally paid off," she tells BBC Sport. "I couldn't be more happy. It hasn't even sunk in. Am I really the world champion?

Bowie fell after crossing the finishing line.

"I'm a bit bit sore but I'm pretty sure it is nothing major," adds the 26-year-old.

Watch: where it went wrong for Thompson

World Athletics Championships 2017: Thompson held drive phase too long - Johnson

More to come from Holly

Women's pole vault final

Denise Lewis

Olympic heptathlon gold medallist on BBC TV

Holly Bradshaw's early failures at 4.65 really cost her a medal. She will learn from this.There is more to come from her for sure.

Power shift?

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Jonathan Heeley: Putting the Bolt/Gatlin drama aside we have seen a power shift in sprinting from Jamaica to USA in these Worlds.

KJT is improving

Denise Lewis

Olympic heptathlon gold medallist on BBC TV

I know inside Katerina Johnson-Thompson will be bitterly disappointed but she is improving.

Shock of the night

Women's 100m final

Michael Johnson

Four-time Olympic gold medallist athlete on BBC TV

It is the shock of the night. Elaine Thompson was the favourite. It was impossible for her to catch up.

This was Tori Bowie's time. She took the opportunity to run a season's best when it counted.

Watch: KJT takes the positives

Heptathlon

Katerina Johnson-Thompson is trying to take the positives, but you sense it is a struggle.

Johnson-Thompson 'positive' about the future

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Sophie Jones: What is happening in the 100m this weekend?

Watch: Bowie takes 100m gold

Worth a re-run of the 100m fun...

Bowie wins 100m gold as Thompson fails to medal

Bowie takes 100m gold

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A nice Twitter observation from House of Run comparing Tori Bowie's dip to the king of pop.

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Matthew Carter: That women's 100m final was incredible. No idea who came where until the results were up.

La Reine: Athletics is coming back to America like the old days.

Kelly Adams: Credit to Elaine Thompson - such a positive response to a surprising loss.

Photo finish

Bowie wins 100m gold

Photo finish
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This was how close it was between the top two.

It looked for all the world like the Ivory Coast's Marie Josee Ta Lou had it in the bag, but Tori Bowie's lunge for the line snatched the title.

The American was sent sprawling as she flung her momentum forward, but there is a shiny gold to go with the grazes.

No excuses from Thompson

Women's 100m final

Elaine Thompson is refusing to make excuses for her failure to win a medal.

"I tried to get a start," the Jamaican tells BBC Sport. "I don't know what happened, I'll have to look back and watch. I don't want to make excuses. It was a strong field and I competed with these girls all season."

Jamaica's Elaine Thompson
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Jamaica suffers sprint setback

Women's 100m final

After Usain Bolt was usurped by Justin Gatlin last night, it is another body blow to Jamaica's recent sprint dominance.

It was way back in 2005 in Helsinki that they failed to land either the men's or women's 100m title at a world championships.

Schippers takes bronze

Women's 100m final

Dafne Schippers took bronze and it looks like a little stumble midway down the straight might have cost favourite Elaine Thompson.

The Jamaican is not giving away anything in her post-race interview with the BBC.

USA wins men's & women's 100m

Women's 100m final

Colin Jackson

Two-time world 110m hurdles champion on BBC TV

Elaine Thompson just couldn't get in the race. She was completely left and will be asking herself 'what went wrong?'

The USA takes the men's and the women's 100m.

Finish
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Bowie wins

Women's 100m final

Bowie wins 100m gold as Thompson fails to medal

It was mighty close and red-hot favourite Elaine Thompson was nowhere.

Instead Tori Bowie's superb death-or-glory dip on the line sends her sprawling to gold, one hundreth ahead of Ivory Coasts Marie Josee Ta Lou.

The American clocks 10.85 seconds - a season's best - while Ta Lou is timed at 10.86, which is a personal best.

USA's Tori Bowie
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Schippers in lane nine

Women's 100m final

You want a bit of needle to the final?

Welcome Dafne Schippers.

The Dutchwoman, who finished second behind Elaine Thompson in the Rio 200m, has said she has a very bad relationship with the Jamaican.

"I am an easy person to talk to. If she won’t do that, then OK," she told the Daily Mail.

Johnson-Thompson positive about the future

Heptathlon

Katerina Johnson-Thompson is concentrating on the positives after finishing outside a medal spot.

"I feel like one of these days it will happen for me," she tells BBC Sport.

"There is a lot to work on. It's been completely stripped down...my mental attitude, the way I approach training, the way I approach each competition.

"Everyone said it was going to take a couple of years but I wanted it to come together at London 2017. But I feel very positive for the future."

Heartbreaking and confusing - Bradshaw

Women's pole vault final

Holly Bradshaw tells BBC Sport about her disappointment after finishing sixth in the final:

"It was really frustrating. I'm not sure what happened because I am in great shape, but the conditions were difficult. I don't want to use that as an excuse but everything seemed to go against me but fair play to the other women who performed out there.

"I am really heartbroken. I've worked so hard over the last few years to overcome injuries and I'm in the best shape of my life, but I am just really confused and disappointed.

"Just to be here is such a privilege and I'm trying not to lose sight of that. The crowd were amazing and I need to look to the future now and move on."

Women's 100m final coming up

Women's 100m final

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GEtty

Right, to the headline act.

Elaine Thompson is the queen bee of women's sprinting after doing the 100m-200m double in Rio.

Will any of the others be able to overthrow the favourite?

The United States' Tori Bowie and Ivory Coast's Marie-Josee Ta Lou might be the closest.

Gold - Tom Walsh

Shot put final

American Joe Kovacs, the reigning world champion and Olympic silver medallist, thought he had snatched gold but his foot brushed the top of the circle to foul.

Instead it is Rio's bronze medallist Tom Walsh from New Zealand who takes the spoils...

World Athletics Championships 2017: NZ's Tom Walsh wins surprise shot put gold

Watch: Langford makes 800m final

The highlight of the evening in British terms. Kyle Langford runs through the line to book his place in the 800m final.

GB's Langford qualifies for final following superb finish

Langford benefits from a strong finish

Men's 800m semi-final

Kyle Langford, speaking to BBC Sport: "I had a bad run yesterday and I am learning all the time. My goal at the start of the season was to get to the final.

I kind of lost it a bit and got a bit cramped up with the group but I was able to finish strongly.

Bett wins, Aman second

Men's 800m

Kipyegon Bett scampers clear to take the win ahead of Mohammad Aman.

But the shock is in the timings. Emmanuel Korir - the world leader - has been elimated along with Ferguson Rotich.

Kipyegon Bett wins final 800m semi-final

Watch: Zszczot beats Amos in first semi

Men's 800m

Adam Zszczot wins 800m semi-final

Aman and Bett go in third semi-final

Men's 800m

The 2013 world champion Mohammed Aman is the biggest name in the third semi-final, but not the hottest prospect.

Kenya's Kipyegon Bett is the fastest this year in the race.

Langford has made 60,000 very happy

Men's 800m semi-final

Brendan Foster

Olympic medallist and BBC commentator on BBC One

A truly deserved final spot for Kyle Langford. The 800m is one of Britain's great events and it's great to know we have someone in the final.

There was such a roar in the home straight and he's made 60,000 people inside the stadium very happy indeed. That roar. He will never hear the like of that again.

This is the best race he has ever run in his life.

Watch: KJT finishes fifth

Heptathlon

KJT finishes second in 800m and misses out on medal

Beautiful performance from Langford

Men's 800m semi-finals

Allison Curbishley

BBC athletics expert on Radio 5 live

The best run of Kyle Langford's young life. That was a picture-perfect run. The brain cells all kicked into place and he didn't panic.

Langford makes final, McBride wins

Men's 800m

Wow.

The London 2012 wall of sound comes to the fore again as Kyle Langford is roared past world leader Emmanuel Korir and Poland's Marcin Lewandowski in the home straight to claim second and a spot in the final.

Canada's Brandon McBride was clear in front. A very strange sub-par performance from Korir.

GB's Langford qualifies for final following superb finish

Korir goes in semi

Men's 800m

Emmanuel Korir
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Even if the injured David Rudisha had made it to London there would have been an argument to say compatriot and in-form world leader Emmanuel Korir would be favourite.

Kyle Langfordis the third Briton involved and will hope to improve on Giles and Learmonth's efforts.

Learmonth & Giles unable to cope

800m semi-final

Brendan Foster

Olympic medallist and BBC commentator on BBC One

It's a step in the right direction for Guy Learmonth and Elliot Giles but there was some class in that field and they just weren't able to cope with it."

Kszczot wins, Amos second

800m semi-final

Nijel Amos was barged and battered on the back straight and that allowed world silver medallist from 2015 Adam Zszczot to get a clear line and press the pace to surge through after a sluggish first lap.

Ferguson Rotich has a nervous wait to see if his time survives the other two semi-finals to be one of the two fastest losing efforts.

Adam Zszczot wins 800m semi-final

One lap to go

800m semi-final

Ferguson Rotich leads after a 52-second first lap and then Nijel Amos starts to press the pace.

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Markov: Another case of what might have been for KJT? Noooo, she is not consistent enough, full stop. Be consistent and get better.

Ian: Johnson-Thompson lost a medal in three fails in the high jump. The rest of her events were about what we expected.

Learmonth and Giles go in 800m semi

800m semi-final

GB's Guy Learmonth and Elliot Giles find themselves in a semi-final with 2012 silver medallist Nijel Amos and 2016 Diamond League winner Ferguson Rotich.

Tough gig this.