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Live Reporting

By Mike Henson

All times stated are UK

  1. Bye for now

    Well, that was a fun-packed weekend.

    Sit back and enjoy this little summary of how Sunday went down.

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    Video caption: GB win 4x100m relay gold in second-fastest British time ever

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    Video caption: Dina Asher-Smith & Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce cruise through 100m heats

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    Video caption: Lynsey Sharp wins Women's 800m for Great Britain

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    Video caption: Dina Asher-Smith finishes second in Women's 100m final
  2. In the field

    Malaika Mihambo

    Over in the women's long jump Malaika Mihambo - the German world leader - took victory with a leap of 7.02m, with the United States' Brittney Reese 20cm back.

    Lorraine Ugen and Katarina Johnson-Thompson managed 6.62m and 6.47m respectively, while fellow Briton Shara Proctor failed to register an effort.

  3. In the field

    Majd Eddin Ghazal

    A quick round-up from the field:

    Syria's Majd Eddin Ghazal takes victory in the men's high jump with 2.30m, with the returning Mutaz Essa Barshim second on 2.27m.

    "I wanted to do better of course but I have things I can work on and I just need to compete more," said Barshim."The high jump is very technical and you need time to get back into your rhythm but I am in the right place, I did not feel any pain today which is a good thing and I just need to compete more."

  4. 'I tried to get close to Fraser-Pryce'

    Women's 100m

    Finish

    Briton Dina Asher-Smith speaking to BBC Sport: "Obviously it's a privilege to line up against fantastic women, but against the double Olympic champion, world champion....I tried to be as close as I can, but I wasn't that close today.

    Another sub-11 seconds time? I always want to do best I can and run quicker. To get low 10.9s, I can't complain."

  5. 'Always tough for Dina'

    Women's 100m

    Michael Johnson

    Four-time Olympic gold medallist athlete on BBC One

    It was always going to be difficult for Dina because Fraser-Pryce was at her absolute best.

    Shelly-Ann was always going to get a better start and maybe Dina rushed her transition a little bit.

  6. 'Testimony to hard work'

    Women's 100m

    Fraser-Pryce

    Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce on her 100m victory: "It is a privilege to line up with this field and these girls. I am glad to come out with the win and to come out healthy and I am looking forward to running in Panama next.

    "It is testimony to the fact that hard work pays off."

  7. 'Fraser-Pryce a quality athlete at the top of her game'

    Women's 100m

    Colin Jackson

    Two-time world 110m hurdles champion on BBC One

    I see no weakness in Fraser-Pryce. She gets out of the blocks really fast, has good knee lift, doesn't get tight, and has a wealth of experience of winning titles.

    The only person who comes close is another Olympic champion - Elaine Thompson.

    Dina didn't get close to her in the first 30m and you have no chance of beating her.

    Fraser-Pryce was still moving away from the field at the end. She's a quality athlete at the top of her game.

  8. BreakingFraser-Pryce wins

    Women's 100m

    Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce delivers a massive dose of world-class reality.

    She is fast out of the blocks, drives hard and doesn't let Dina Asher-Smith back into the race.

    The winning time is 10.78 with Asher-Smith a distant second in 10.92.

  9. False start

    Women's 100m final

    Who is getting the red card?

    Dafne Schippers was too quick according to the computer.

    Surely she is a goner? She is.

  10. Asher-Smith needs British record to win

    Women's 100m final

    Michael Johnson

    Four-time Olympic gold medallist athlete on BBC One

    Dina Asher-Smith will have to break her British record to win this 100m against Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce.

    She executed her semi-final race perfectly but it's going to be a tough ask.

  11. Asher-Smith in final action

    Women's 100m final

    The final event of the meeting is the one we all came to see.

    British record holder and double European champion Dina Asher-Smith lines up against multiple Olympic and world champion Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce.

    There have a chorus line of stars chasing them, including Dafne Schippers and Marie-Josee Ta Lou.

  12. 'Pozzi hitting hurdles all over the place'

    110m hurdles

    Colin Jackson

    Two-time world 110m hurdles champion on BBC One

    It was a scrappy race. There were so many runners capable of doing better than that winning time.

    Pozzi was hitting hurdles all over the place, he didn't set himself up well from the beginning and couldn't get onto his groove.

    He will be really disappointed because there was an opportunity there.

  13. Xie wins

    110m hurdles

    China's Wenjun Xie gets there ahead of France's Wilhem Belocian to win in 13.28.

    Omar McLeod is down in third in 13.32, while Britain's Andrew Pozzi pays for a couple of heavy hits over the latter half of the hurdles. He is sixth in 13.52 seconds.

  14. False start

    110m hurdles

    Who is getting the big thumbs-down here?

    It is young Briton Cameron Fillery who is heading for an early bath...

  15. Next on track

    110m hurdles

    Andrew Pozzi is the Brit to watch in this one.

    He is mixing with some exalted company as well with Olympic and world champion Omar McLeod, while France's European champion Pascal Martinot-Lagarde, who is on the comeback trail after an adductor injury sustained in May, is also in the field.

  16. Clayton wins

    Women's 400m hurdles

    Well, well, well,

    Jamaica's Rushell Clayton wins in a personal best of 54.16 as Zuzana Hejnova ties up over the final barrier and allows a gap which her rival exploits ruthlessly.

    Meghan Beesley is sixth in 55.20.

  17. Next on track

    Women's 400m hurdles

    America’s reigning world champion Kori Carter is a late withdrawal from this one.

    That may leave the way clear for Czech former world champion Zuzana Hejnova who is the only non-American in the top five for 2019.

    She got that spot with her fastest time (54.11 seconds) since 2017 in Lausanne on 5 July.

    European Championship bronze medallist Meghan Beesley goes for Britain.

  18. 'Incredible run from Xie'

    Men's 200m

    Michael Johnson

    Four-time Olympic gold medallist athlete on BBC One

    We didn't expect a lot of this 200m because none of the men have run fast this season but that's an incredible run from Xie in the outside lane.

    That can be an advantage sometimes. Xie ran a great bend and focused on his own race and not those inside him.

  19. Xie wins

    Men's 200m

    Xie

    A shock result as China's Zhenye Xie comes through to win from lane nine in a time of 19.88.

    Great Britain's Miguel Francis did not seem to notice the Chinese coming up alongside him. The Briton is second in 19.97.

    That is a season's best. As is Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake's 20.28 in fifth.

  20. Next on track

    Men's 200m

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    Video caption: GB win gold as Bolt pulls up in 4x100m relay

    Put this on a loop and prop my eyelids up Clockwork Orange style.

    Has there been a more thrilling moment for British athletics fans in the past five years?

    Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake has not topped this moment of anchoring home the 4x100m boys at London 2017 after finishing fourth in the 200m individual final.

    His best of 20.50 ranks him joint 78th in the world. Instead Miguel Francis is the fastest Brit in the field this year.

    Barbados Mario Burke might trump both...