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Live Reporting

By Mike Henson

All times stated are UK

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  1. Farah signs off with victory


    Right, let's leave this here.

    What a picture, what a career, what an athlete.

    The Diamond League concludes in Zurich on 1 September.

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    Farah wins

    We have highlights of all the action on Saturday - on BBC One, the BBC Sport website and, of course, the sport app.

    You can catch them at 13:10-14:00 BST.

    Repeated on Monday 13:00-14:00 on BBC Two.

  5. Bye, bye Mo

    Who will fly the flag for Britain now that Mo Farah is leaving the track?

    There's a big gap to fill in the team.

    But what will he do on the road?

    Exciting times ahead for Mo...

  6. Jamaica win

    4x100m relay

    Elaine Thompson did not run in the world championships relay and she just showed how much Jamaica missed her.

    A storming last leg from the Olympic champion who overhauls Daryll Neita to claim victory over Great Britain by just one hundredth of a second, 41.85 to 41.86.

    Britain's time was just nine hundredths of a second away from the national record - this quartet have plenty more to come.

  7. Next up

    4x100m relay

    Last up, is the traditional 4x100m relay.

    Great Britain's dream team of Asha Philip, Desiree Henry, Dina Asher-Smith and Daryll Neita are here.

    The world champion United States team are here as are bronze medallists Jamaica with Elaine Thompson.

  8. Vadlejch wins

    Men's javelin

    Czech Jakub Vadlejch, silver medallist in London, goes one better in the Diamond League final as he claims the javelin title with a throw of 88.50m.

  9. Makwala wins

    Men's 400m

    Victory in 43.95 with five press-ups for just desserts as Isaac Makwala romps home.

    His job was made a whole lot easier though by Steven Gardiner's stumble and stack out of the blocks which left his main rival sprawling inside the first five metres.

  10. Next up

    Men's 200m

    Botswana's Isaac Makwala turned up for the 400m final in London but was turned away at the door with the IAAF deciding that he was too much of a health rish after coming down with a bad case of Southwark belly.

    Bahamas' Steven Gardiner took silver behind Wayde van Niekerk, who is absent with illness.

    Let's see how this plays out..

  11. Pearson wins

    100m hurdles

    Sally Pearson does a little hop of joy as the big screen finally reveals that she has managed to hold off the challenge of American Sharika Nelvis.

    Both the front two were given the same time - 12.55 - but Pearson's more gymnastic dip took it.

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    100m hurdles

    There were few overseas world champions as popular as Sally Pearson at London 2017.

    The Australian recovered from a horrific wrist break to take the world title.

    There is no Kendra Harrison, but Jazmin Stowers, the second fastest in the world this year who failed to get through the US trials, is here.

    World silver medallist Dawn Harper-Nelson is also there as the second prong of a five-fronted US challenge.

  13. Farah wins!

    Men's 5000m


    What a finish!

    Mo Farah was clinging on with his very fingernails down the 100m. The hounds of hell were right on his heels, Muktar Edris flung himself at the line, Paul Chelimo tried to squeeze through the narrowest of gaps, but none of them could unseat the Olympic champion.

    Farah wins by four hundredths of a second on his last track outing. Outstanding entertainment as always.

  14. One lap to go

    Men's 5000m

    Mo Farah takes the bell in the lead with Ethiopia's Kejelcha with him...

  15. Two laps to go

    Men's 5000m

    Mohammad Ahmed leads with two laps to go, but Mo Farah is right on his shoulder, checking out the rest of the field's positions on the big screen as he hears the bell.

  16. Three laps to go

    Men's 5000m

    Suddenly the race has come off the gas.

    There is a lack of enthusiasm at the front and there is a lot of looking around at each other as they coast through.

    This is surely playing into Mo Farah's hands with his formidable kick and three laps to go.

  17. Farah biding his time

    Men's 5,000m

    It is a toasty, if not red-hot, pace in the men's 5000m. The field have just come through 2000m in 5.13 with Mo Farah tucked away in midfield.

  18. Manyonga leads

    Men's long jump

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    Video caption: Manyonga wins World long jump gold

    World champion Luvo Manyonga has struck out to an early lead with a leap of 8.31m.

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