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Live Reporting

Mike Henson

All times stated are UK

  1. Bye for now

    Warholm wins

    With Swedish world champion Daniel Stahl wrapping up the discus, that is a good place for us to bid you farewell as well.

    Athletics next stop is the Inspiration Games - taking the place of Zurich's usual Diamond League event - on 9 July.

    The headliners for that will be Shaunae Miller-Uibo, Allyson Felix and Mujinga Kambundji combining in a 150m race spanning three continents.

    Bye for now. We'll leave you with the face of world champion collecting a world best mark.

  2. Athletics is back

    Steve Cram

    BBC Sport athletics commentator

    This has been a special and important occasion because it's athletics back at the highest level. It's been slightly different without a normal crowd but the athletes had a platform to do their best and they certainly gave it their all.

  3. Mondo signs off

    Pole vault

    A refusual from Duplantis as he gets his angles wrong and bails out of his final attempt a 6.01m.

    But he is the winner after getting over 5.86m when the home-bound Renaud Lavillenie couldn't.

  4. Mondo takes last shot at 6.01m

    Pole vault

    In the field, Armand Duplantis has been doing what Mondo does.

    The Swede is going to be the winner of the pole vault after clearing 5.86 at the third attempt. He is going to take a third look at 6.01m just to entertain the few fans in the stadium and the television audience around the world...

    Mondo Duplantis
  5. Victory Team Ingebrigtsen

    It is a comprehensive sweep of the team event for Team Ingebrigtsen. All three brothers are home inside 4:57. The best that the Kenyan team can muster is Timothy Cheruiyot's 5:03.05 as they fought through thin air and heavy rain in Nairobi.

  6. New European record

    Men's 2000m

    Jakob Ingebrigtsen - still just a teenager - claims another accolade, finishing in 4:50.01 to nick commentator and British distance legend Steve Cram's place in the history books.

  7. Post update

    Men's 2000m

    Both teams are breaking up. In Norway they are down to two main runners with Henrik and Jakob Ingebrigtsen taking the pace on. Timothy Cheruiyot is on his own at the front in Nairobi.

    The cumulative times of the first three runners counts for the team event remember...

  8. Advantage Norway

    Men's 2000m

    The Kenyan team are really up against it with some howling wind, rain and the high altitude of Nairobi to contend with.

    1.55.56 at 800m for the Kenyan team, I think the Norwegians are a couple of seconds ahead.

    Kenya v Norway
  9. Next up on track

    Men's 2,000m

    This takes a bit of explaining. There is one team of five at Bislett Stadium - it features Jakob, Henrik and Filip Ingebrigtsen and two fellow Norwegians. There is another in Kenya led by Timothy Cheruiyot and Elijah Manangoi, world 1500m champions in 2019 and 2017 respectively.

    The two are racing simultaneously via video link. The winning team is the one with the best overall time for their first three runners across the line.

  10. Remarkable record!

    Men's 300m hurdles

    Steve Cram

    BBC Sport athletics commentator

    No mistakes whatsoever, Warholm drives his legs right through to the line and finishes in 33.78 seconds - that was remarkable!

    Warholm
  11. BreakingWorld record

    Men's 300m hurdles

    KW

    33.78! Karsten Warholm smashes the old world record to splinters. What a run! The Norwegian two-time world champion with more bounce than Zebedee and with more zip than Zippy.

  12. Next on track

    Men's 300m hurdles

    Chris Rawlinson

    The noughties suddenly feel a long time ago don't they?

    Britain's Chris Rawlinson set the 300m hurdles world record then at 34.48 back in 2002. Can Karsten Warholm beat that? We are about to find out. A couple of Viking thigh slaps and hollers before he settles in the blocks...

  13. Lavillenie is out

    Pole vault

    RV

    Trim that tree while you are up there Renaud.

    The Frenchman is out after three failures at 5.86m,

  14. Pedersen wins

    Women's 300m hurdles

    Just two hundredths of a second in it but Pedersen gets it with a time of 39.42 ahead of Iuel.

    That was the first proper finish I have seen live in about three months. It's good isn't this sport stuff?

  15. Close, real close

    Women's 300m hurdles

    Race of the evening so far. No doubt.

    Pedersen and Iuel went toe-to-toe down the home straight. The slow-motion can't seperate them on the line as both dip...

    We are going upstairs for a photo.

    Sprunger struggled with an experimental stride pattern.

  16. Next on track

    Women's 300m hurdles

    We just got a shot of Karsten Warholm in the bowels of the Bislett. But before that...

    Swiss reigning European champion Lea Sprunger takes on Denmark's Sara Slott Pedersen - European champion and Olympic silver medallist back in 2016, but less impressive since - and Amalie Iuel,who switched nationalities from Norway to Denmark in 2015.

  17. Bring in the clown centipede

    Fan

    This is also happening in the stands. Shouldn't really allow anything this nightmare-inducing this side of the watershed.

  18. Hynee wins

    Women's 600m

    Well, that was more entertaining than I expected. Buchel went off like a startled bunny, coming through 300m well ahead of schdule. Could she keep up the pace? Nope, but she looked like she might for longer than expected.

    Hynne wins in 1.29.06.

  19. Next up on track

    Women's 600m

    We go to the women's 600m. A straight mano-a-mano duel this between Norway's Hedda Hynne and Switzerland's Selina Buchel. One for the purists.