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Live Reporting

By Mike Henson

All times stated are UK

  1. Until tomorrow

    DAS

    Rightio all, time to hit the ice baths and the bar.

    Tomorrow sees Dina Asher-Smith - the real Queen of England - ascend to her throne.

    She is in 100m heat action at 14:25 BST ahead of a 15:50 BST final.

    Among her opponents are Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, Dafne Schippers and Marie-Josee Ta Lou.

    It should be great. See you there.

  2. Field events round-up

    Holly Bradshaw

    A quick round-up on some of the field events that may have been lost in the chaos of those results.

    In the women's pole vault, authorised neutral athlete Anzhelika Sidorova won on countback after both she and Olympic and world champion Katerina Stefanidi cleared 4.75m. Great Britain's Holly Bradshaw was third on 4.65m.

    In the men's triple jump Pedro Pablo Pichardo soared out to a season's best 17.53m to beat an out-of-sorts Christian Taylor, who managed only 17.19m.

    It was Belarus' Tatsiana Khaladovich who took the women's javelin spoils with a best of 66.10 ahead of Australia's Kelsey-Lee Barber.

  3. 'Muir consistently gets tactics right'

    Michael Johnson

    Four-time Olympic gold medallist athlete on BBC TV

    Laura Muir rarely gets it wrong now - the maturity she has shown over the years since Glasgow 2014 has been very impressive.

    She is able to continually and consistently get her tactics right, and that's what great performers are able to do.

  4. Post update

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    Video caption: Muir cruises to gold in the 1500m
  5. 'Funding cannot be based on potential forever'

    Michael Johnson

    Four-time Olympic gold medallist athlete on BBC TV

    "He looked great today, but he has only showed potential so far in his career. We were so excited by what he showed at London 2012, but he has not delivered on that in the 100m since then.

    If you only have limited funding you have to choose how best to allocate it and potential cannot be the basis for your funding continuing for five, six, seven seasons. I'm not sure Adam understands that."

  6. 'That is my fastest time in a while'

    Adam Gemili

    Adam Gemili: "That run of 10.04 is the fastest time I have run in a long time so it is moving in the right direction.

    On the downgrading of his funding to that of a relay athlete: "It is someone's opinion. It is nice to prove people wrong and get in the final."

  7. GB's Dobbin takes bronze as Thompson wins 200m

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    Video caption: Dobbin claims 200m bronze with a PB
  8. Simbine pips Hughes to gold

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    Video caption: GB's Hughes settles for 100m silver as Simbine grabs gold
  9. 'Brilliant from Fraser-Pryce

    Colin Jackson

    Two-time world 110m hurdles champion on BBC TV

    Fraser-Pryce will be furious with her team-mates because their changes were disastrous and she ended up having to chase so hard.

    What a brilliant performance - and a great race for the crowd!

  10. Red button a-go-go

    BBC Red Button

    Michael Johnson and Jessica Ennis-Hill are chewing the fat of the day on the Red Button. You can just click on the player at the top of this page to get your eyeballs engaged with that though.

  11. Fraser-Pryce on fire

    That time of 42.30 seconds for Great Britain's quartet will likely qualify them for Doha.

    But that last leg from Fraser-Pryce.

    Here she is giving up 15 metres to Daryll Neita....

    Shelly Fraser

    ...here she is winning by a nose.

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  12. BreakingJamaica wins

    4x100m relay

    What an anchor leg from Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce!

    She reels in Britain's Daryll Neita to take victory by a thousandth of a second!

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    Video caption: Jamaica pip GB on the line to take 4x100m relay gold
  13. Next up on track

    Women's 4x100m relay

    The last event on the track is a 4x100m relay.

    No Dina Asher-Smith for Great Britain. Instead Ashleigh Nelson, Imani-Lara Lansiquot, Bianca Williams and Daryll Neita are on duty.

    Jamaica with Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce and Elaine Thompson look ominous.

  14. Muir storms to 1500m gold

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    Video caption: Muir cruises to gold in the 1500m
  15. 'Phenomenal Peacock'

    T44/47/48 100m

    Colin Jackson

    Two-time world 110m hurdles champion on BBC One

    That was a phenomenal race from Jonnie. It was a good solid run all the way through and he'll be really happy with that.

    It's a long way until the Championships so he will improve on this. He's worked hard and showed concentration.

  16. 'My start was atrocious'

    T44/47/48 100m

    Jonnie Peacock: "It is OK. People have run faster this year. Training has been going really well. My start was atrocious. I am going to be told off by both coaches for that. I don't look forward to that conversation. It is great to be back in front of this crowd."

  17. BreakingPeacock wins

    T44/47/48 100m

    Jonnie Peacock is the winner with a searing 10.70 second run.

    He was matched over the first 60m by fellow Briton Ola Abidogun, but then the afterburners come on to power him home.

    Abidogun is second in 11.05 seconds.

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    Video caption: Jonnie Peacock storms to T44/47/48 100m gold
  18. False start

    T44/47/48 100m

    It might be Britain's James Arnott who triggered the false start alarm.

    But he escapes censure.

    We settle once more.

  19. Next up on track

    T44/47/64 100m

    Jonnie Peacock is back in the game and targetting November’s World Championships in Dubai and the Tokyo Paralympics next summer.

    “Taking that mental break was a big thing,” he said. “That real desire is back – the hunger, I guess, and I can’t see it going any time soon."

    US rival Richard Browne was supposed to be in the field as well, but the American failed to make his flight over.

  20. 'I have plenty of time until November'

    T33-34 100m

    Kare Adenegan

    Kare Adenegan: "I am happy with that. it is a season's best. it is only my third 100m of the season. I want to be back in world-record shape, I have had time off and I understand it takes time to get back into shape. There is plenty of time until November."