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  1. What the papers say

    "What A Mo-Ment!"screams the front page of the Independent.

    "Farah was serene, steering clear of the trips that had nearly derailed him in the 10,000m and 5,000m heats for another dominant victory," writes Matt Majendie in the paper. 

    The Independent
  2. Post update

    Hello! Yes, it's true, this is the final day of the World Championships in Beijing. There's no point trying to stop the inevitable, but it doesn't mean we can't make the most of the remaining few hours we have and relish watching the best in the world competing for the last six medals on offer. 

  3. Post update

    The triple-double - magnificent in whatever shape or form it comes in. 

    On a plate it can be the tastiest, juiciest burger. In a cone, they are taste-bud exploding towering scoops of ice cream.  

    On the track, it's an incomparable feat, achieved by only the greatest. 

  4. Post update

    The GB women's 4x400m relay team claimed one of three British bronze medals in Moscow two years ago and could produce a repeat performance in Sunday's final (13:05 BST).

    Genzebe Dibaba has already enjoyed a year to remember - breaking the 22-year-old 1500m world record. The Ethiopian races over 5,000m (12:15 BST) having already won the 1500m earlier in the week. No woman has ever done that double at the World Championships.

    Full schedule:

    00:30 BST: Women's marathon - no Brits

    11:30 BST: Men's high jump final - no Brits

    11:45 BST: Women's javelin final - no Brits

    12:15 BST: Women's 5,000m final - Stephanie Twell

    12:45 BST: Men's 1500m final - Charlie Grice

    13:05 BST: Women's 4x400m relay final - GB team

    13:25 BST: Men's 4x400m relay final - GB team