Day 4, Part 3 Athletics: World Championships


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Day 4, Part 3

Continued live coverage and a look back on the night's action. World champions are crowned in the women's 1500m, triple jump and hammer and men's 110m hurdles.


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Welcome to BBC Two viewers that have just joined coverage from the World

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Athletics Championships here at the London Stadium. We have just

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witnessed a fascinating 1500 metre final, the best women in the world,

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a totally loaded field. It was an impossible one to call. No one knew

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how the race would pan out, how it would be run, and still as Brendan

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Foster said, he has to work out what happened and what tactics were

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employed. Who got it right for you, Paula? Did Laura Muir do the right

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thing? Could she have done anything more, was she beholden to the

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tactics of the others around her? It's so hard, because when you are

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in that situation and you are racing, you are the only one who can

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really make those decisions and make those decisions. Laura did what she

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thought was going to give her her best shot. It very nearly paid off.

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Yes, if you are looking at who ran the perfect race, Faith Kipyegon

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did, because she did. Jenny Simpson ran and it was an outstanding race.

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If you are watching on BBC One, we are going to the news. If you want

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to continue watching athletics, switch over to BBC Two now and we

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will have more reaction and interviews from that incredible 1500

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metre women's final. See you on BBC Two in just a moment.

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Paula, we were discussing the tactics employed across the field.

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Hassan had a chance later than Steve Cram had been told it would happen.

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Laura Muir went out quick, but it slowed in the second lap. The second

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lap slowed a lot, slowing five seconds in a 1500 metre race changes

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how the race is run. Laura was trying to control it. Hasan ran too

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late and didn't judge it right. Let's go back to Brendan and Steve.

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COMMENTATOR: I will bring Brendan in, I am a bit nonplussed. It will

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be interesting to see what Laura says. Hey, you know, she was so

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close. The plan nearly worked. And Hasan as Paula was saying, I just

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thought, once you are out there, kick hard. She starts sprinting

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already. She is moving and accelerating, Hasan has stolen

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position on the inside. Kipyegon is strong enough and Laura Muir is in

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contention. She is running powerfully here. Look how far some

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Enya is coming from behind. The good thing for me, the 1500 metre

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runners, look at the gap, Semenya is behind them. At this point, Laura

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Muir is running strongly. Simpson is running strongly. Laura Muir is

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trying to catch them on the bend. Jenny Simpson in fourth is waiting.

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Here comes Semenya. Look at the change. Kipyegon staying true to her

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pace and form. On the inside, Hassan is struggling. On the inside, here

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comes Jenny Simpson, and Laura Muir is now losing a medal because some

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Enya has come so quickly. It all changed in the home straight. The

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Olympic champion became the world Champion. Look at it now. There is

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Jenny Simpson. This is clever running, Jenny Simpson realises

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there at top speed, she knows she has something left. She always saves

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a bit. At this point, flat out, Laura Muir. She is trying to win it

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now. She is going after them, it in visiting catching and going past

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them. She is beginning to lose her form. Kipyegon is direct and

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straight. At this point, Laura Muir is battling to try to win it. She

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realises she can't win it, and is holding on to third. But Jenny

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Simpson, long striding, keeping her pace. Hassan has lost it now. Laura

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moves into a medal, then suddenly, Caster Semenya comes, and on the

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line, nails the bronze medal. She has had a hard run. Look at that

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change there. On the outside, Caster Semenya was lucky. I think, overall,

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Laura Muir was very unlucky there. Both of the other athletes got a

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clear run. Larroyer did too much running on the top bend. She gave

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100%, gave it everything she had, and I think she was a shade unlucky

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there not to get a medal. It was a tall task, she did everything she

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could, she came close. Let's hear what she has got to say with Phil.

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Saying how lucky you were not to get a medal, but you gave it your all as

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you always do. Can you describe your emotions? I don't know. It is

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fourth, isn't it. No, it's just, I gave it everything I could. The last

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15 years, I tightened up, and before I knew it, they went past me. I gave

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it everything I could. Considering this year, I gave it all I could.

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And that is all I can do. Watching the pictures back, what is it like,

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a different view of them come in part due? It was so close. It

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happened so late on, I couldn't react. I was tired. I was close to

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getting a medal but I gave it all I could. Tactically, you were out in

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front, giving it a good pace, and it slowed for the second lap, what was

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the tactical thinking behind the race today? I knew Caster and Hassan

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were faster than me, I knew I had to take it out and ease off the second

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lap, making sure I don't use up too much energy. I did it perfectly. I

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executed it like a wanted to. I did all I could in the race and I am

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happy with how I ran the race. We know how stacked the field is, what

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has it told you about you and what you hope to do to build on tonight?

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I am making steps forward. I was fifth last time, fourth this time

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around, hopefully third time lucky. I am making huge steps each year. I

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came back this year really well. What about the 5000 metres this

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week, because you were aiming for the double here, is that still the

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plan? At the moment, yeah.

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And expectations having done this here tonight, the crowd obviously,

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you have the love of the crowd, you will get that again. Do you think

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there is a potential medal for you in the 5000? Identity no. I am

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experienced in a five K. We will see how it goes. Well done on your

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fourth place. It is the hardest place to finish, but you did us

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proud. I want to say thank you to my coach, Andy. He has been with me

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always. And British athletics, they have done really well for me. And my

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friends and family here to support me. Thank you and well done again

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tonight. COMMENTATOR: A lot of emotion there.

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All of the hard work, well done to Laura Weightman, as her coach, a

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superb performance from her in sixth place, beating a lot of very good

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athletes, who finished quickly as well. It wasn't the right timing in

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the sense of what happened in the home straight, mainly because Jenny

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Simpson has this incredible knack, hats off to her, sneaking through

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the silver medal. The European champion, and look at that, Genzebe

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Dibaba, the defending champion, only managing to finish 12th there. It

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was a cracking last 800 metres, but not the result we wanted but still a

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great race. Hats off to Kipyegon who took the gold again.

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STUDIO: What a race and an emotional end to Laura's interview. When you

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start thinking people, and her coach Andy, and her, they have been

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through so much in the last season. You remember all the work and

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everything you have given to that point. Paula, you know fourth place

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in a World Championship is a tough place. It is. It is such a tough

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place. When you start thanking all the people, you start thinking about

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people that were there for you when it was really rough. When Laura went

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through that tough time, they were the people around her. She is

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thinking about everything she invested in to get here. She faded a

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bit in the last hundred, maybe that was what she lost in that time out

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through injury. That is certainly why she didn't run it the way she

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does best, winding it up the whole way. Let's look at a couple of key

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areas in the race for you. Straight from the start, she just

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went right to the front, controlled it, ran probably what we were

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expecting her to do at that point. She went through the first lap in

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65, then she slowed it right down. Then this happened. That was coming

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up, 600 to go, so before that, when she had run through 800 metres, 700

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metres to go, and Laura was a little bit slow in how she was able to

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react and respond. Genzebe Dibaba reacted well and paid for it,

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because she didn't have the strength in her running. Faith Kipyegon

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judged it perfectly. She sat on the shoulder of Hasan, letting Hassan

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work hard. Hasan is doing the work to hold everyone back. If you work

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really hard around the bend, normally she would still be working

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hard and digging deep. And she wasn't finding what's Jenny Simpson

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was finding. Then she got a double whammy. As she went past Hassan, she

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was passed on both sides. The stride was getting shorter and shorter down

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the home straight as Jenny Simpson was getting longer. Her stride is

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getting longer, Caster Semenya, that is the hardest we have ever seen her

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work. She was giving everything she had. She threw herself over the line

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and fell over. You could see the level of fatigue on her face, which

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we have not seen before. How well will she recover and come back for

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the 800? I don't know, but they all ran really strong races. I don't

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think you can really criticise too much anybody, other than Hassan, she

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didn't run her race. She changed her tactics completely. You could see

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the moment when she almost does the change of gear, and it looks like it

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takes so much energy out of you to do that at that point in the race.

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Jenny Simpson did the same thing at one point in the race, and we saw

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Dibaba do it as well and she paid for it. Wondering about Caster

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Semenya in the race, do you think she got it right? She got bronze,

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but she left it late and hung back. You felt like she may be messed up

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her tactics. Maybe, but this is the first championship she has run like

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that. Laura Muir is doubling up. She won't have thought about the 5000

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before then. Caster Semenya is doubling up, and she knows she can't

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commit to much. She doesn't have the stamina and base to go. I think she

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gave it everything she had there, really. She hasn't trained the 1500

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metres, she has trained for the 800, but she has committed and run well

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there. She has put together 3 1500 metre race is very quick at world

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level and has two comeback to do the 800. All right. Laura Weightman is

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coached by the Crown and finished sixth.

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You could see the delight on your face, arms in the air, sixth place

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in the world inequality feel like that, Drummond is performance. I am

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delighted. It is hard to summarise that. For me, I am delighted. Tell

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me what is on your mind at the start of the race when you are up against

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this quality field, but you know you are in tremendous form yourself. I

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wanted to prove that I am good enough to mix it with the world's

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best. But I am also disappointed with that, because I felt fantastic.

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I am still annoyed, but to finish sixth, and to have done that, I am

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delighted. What belief has it giving you going forward? Huge belief that

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I can go quicker and be more competitive in these races. Seeing

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Jenny Simson get a medal, that is the nominal. I am disappointed I

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couldn't be closer. Good luck going forward and well done tonight.

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Xu Junmin we have had a lot of tears to night. It has been an emotional

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evening. This is what the medal table looks like. Kenya's second

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gold of the Championship moves them to second place. The United States

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on top. Jenny Simpson's Silver adding to the tally. She is a

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championship performer as she comes in time and again. Adapting her

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strategy through the race and working hard. A great race, a great

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evening, and we will hand you outside, somewhere out there, I

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passed you last night when I was going home, you never waved back.

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You had enough of me by then. Ore Oduba is on his platform and has

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with him Toni Minichello and Colin Jackson. Good night from us and

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hello to you. Good evening, it is only did knees

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who wasn't waving back. We have so special friends with you. -- Denise

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Lewis who wasn't waving back. There are some Scots here. We were hoping

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to cheer them up with something. We have Colin Jackson with us! CHEERING

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And multi-medal winning coach, Toni Minichiello is here as well!

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CHEERING We practised that. I'm glad to tell

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either that it worked out all right. Great to have you with us. Toni, we

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were hoping to put Laura Muir's face on our board today. Yes, yes.

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Disappointing because she pushed so hard. She did. You know what, I'm

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saving this for the 5000 metres. Toni you got to put your microphone

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down! Sorry, I can't hold three things at once. You're talking into

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her face! Why do commentary, not TV! I want to talk to your expertise

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about the hammer later. Laura Muir, it was a great race, but not how

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people anticipated. No, Hassan going very early. A lot of things going

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on. It was billed as one of the best 1500 metres races ever, here, and it

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played out that way because it was competitive the whole way through.

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Castor Semenya coming into the mix. She's going to change everyone's

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idea of how it's going to be run. Another exciting race to end

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proceedings. Toni is going to hold onto the Laura Muir face. People

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have been tweeting me after previous shows and asking what the criteria

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is for getting on the board. In the last five minutes we've decided! It

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will be British medallists and only gold-medallists and Usain Bolt.

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We're still making it up! Let's talk about the hammer. Sophie Hitchon we

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hoped would be a medal hope tonight, and she qualified so well, third

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furthest throw but today she couldn't bring it together. It was

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tough, she was ranked number eight going into the competition. A superb

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competitor. Here she goes, swinging the hammer, it's all about the speed

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and release and flow. Its excellent, she's a great she worked

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tremendously hard. Her coach is a great guy. You can see how much it

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means to her, as she comes out of the circle. Keeping her arms really

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long, the speed, let it travel. As an Olympic bronze-medallist, do we

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put too much pressure on her? All athletes put pressure on themselves,

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you want to achieve, you love the taste of success and Sophie, she was

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quite upset with her performance. She feels like she underperformed

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but I'm sure Toni would say in those heavy throwing events, as you get

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older you will get better. So, for me, it is great to see her

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disappointed but she has a bright future in the event. It's a

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five-year pathway, you know, you really mature into hammer following.

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She finished seventh, she was ranked eighth, so she stepped up in terms

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of her performance. She'll be bitterly disappointed, she is a

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competitor, everybody is. You spend so long training. She was very

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disappointed, it was tough and she spoke to Philip afterwards. You gave

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it everything but it wasn't your nights tonight. Yes, just...

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Couldn't quite find the rhythm that I had in qualification. I was in bad

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shape, just disappointed not to produce it tonight. Tell me about

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the experience here compared to Rio last year, winning the bronze medal

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and here you have this amazing crowd cheering you on. I suppose it

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increases the pressure in a way. Yes, I mean, I don't think anybody

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else can put more pressure on me than I do. The crowd was great and

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I'm just disappointed that I couldn't pull it out of the bag.

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Tell me about the psychology when you see what the other women are

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doing. In the last round you knew that you needed to throw a British

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record and a big personal best to win a medal, but knowing that you've

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done it before. Yeah, like I said, I knew that I was in better shape than

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I showed in qualification but it didn't click for me today. I'm

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really disappointed. Your coach as always talked about you being on May

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five, six-year plan and your best isn't right here, and your best is

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to come. Does that help to soothe the situation? Why now, maybe not,

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perhaps in a few weeks. It is bought, that's why we compete and

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everybody else did better than me today. Thank you for talking to me,

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I know it's an emotional night. Thank you. A brave smile. She had a

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valiant effort. I was listening to your commentary, Toni, and you were

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speaking about how you aren't necessarily an expert but she needed

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long arms. Can you demonstrate what you were talking about? It is about

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keeping the head of the four kilogram hammer long, so the bigger

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the radius, the more speed and you develop speed over the last two, one

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of a half turns, that gives you the speed but the pressure you're

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getting is pulling, so you tend to fight it. You must go with the

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hammer. It is what the three-time world champion did very well. She

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got the early birthday present here, her birthday tomorrow. Winding up,

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keeping the arms long, and out it goes. So much speed, she doesn't

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block, she lets the speed carry on and sending it out, another gold

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medal for Wlodarcyk. She got one of the biggest cheers when she got that

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medal. In the 110-metre hurdles final, it was always going to be top

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billing, a great final and finally a Jamaican on the top of the podium,

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Colin. There are ten Little jeopardy is in the way. Even when you're the

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best in the world you've got to run your race well. A lot of action

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going well. Mistakes being made in the crucial moment by Baji.

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Shubenkov sneaking through, the former champion, getting the Silver

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Medal. A good result overall. And he, the happy Jamaican, the first,

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blessed from this Championships, for his country, speaking to our man

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Phil Jones. Omar, congratulations on another gold medal, Jamaica's first.

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After the last couple of days you have put eight smile back on the

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face of your countrymen. It was an honour being able to do that. I was

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glad to do it, I dedicated this one to Usain Bolt's retirement. On the

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spot line -- start line, you are the man to beat, what is that like? I

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knew that I had to get the Omar McLeod start, take control, and

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that's what I did. As for the embrace you got from the crowd, so

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much Jamaican support, what is it like to experience that and embrace

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it? It has been awesome, my favourite place to compete, the

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crowd have been exuberant, it has been packed. I thought, bloody hell,

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it will be packed in my final. You are the Olympic and world champion

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now. It is awesome! You couldn't help see the full ear to ear grin,

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and a hug from his mum. It's all about the family, Toni. Me being

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Italian, it's all about the family, you having a pop? He's enjoying the

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moment! A lot of the time, athletes get saved close to their families,

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you're doing it for the people who supported you all that time. A

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lovely moment. For sure. Congratulations, Omar McLeod. The

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400-metre hurdles semifinal action now. Semifinal action? Yeah,

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semifinal action! The action from today. COMMENTATOR: Winning the

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Olympic title, throwing herself over the line. Perhaps getting diving

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lessons, I don't know. Going very quickly. Hayes is asleep over the

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first 200 metres, no idea what she's doing. Is Hayes suffering here? She

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isn't running. She is beginning to run now but she has a lot of ground

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to make up. McPherson is up there with Miller-Uibo. Pace is finally

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moving. George is trying to get into it. Maybe McPherson is going to try

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and hold off the charging Hayes. Surely that was too slow over the

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first 200 metres. Still trying to get there. Miller-Uibo can look

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around. McPherson takes second. What was the American champion doing?

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Is the second semifinal in the women's 400-metre hurdles. Naser is

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in lane seven. Allyson Felix, look at her move, going past Shericka

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Jackson already. Allyson Felix moving along so well, Jackson trying

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to respond and doing so at the moment. Two automatic qualifying

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places. Jackson responds. Felix sitting alongside her. Felix again,

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that long stride, a graceful sprinter, moving around the bend.

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But Naser is still there. Williams-Mills, the 35-year-old

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Jamaican on the outside. Felix is clear but here comes Naser on the

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outside. Cherie could Jackson trying to get there but Naser is coming

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through. Felix will not hold her at bay, and Naser takes it, 50.08.

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Clark will have the crowd cheering here. She certainly tapped it during

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the first 100 metres. Francis is going well in the middle, the

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American. Montsho is in the mix as well. Zoey Clark will have to try

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and fight back and at least get a personal best here. Mupopo trying to

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chase down. Francis is leading it. Going very well now, Francis. Is she

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going to hold it? Some pressure from Mupopo. The first two will go

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through. Francis has judged it right, Zoey Clark finishing quickly,

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she may be in fifth. The American wins it. Maybe sixth, seventh, Zoey

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Clark. And here is the summary. Miller is

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looking really good but actually it is Naser with a national record,

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looking good going into the final. Allyson Felix with her experience

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making up the top three. The 400 and 's final is sorted and we had

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another final this evening in the triple jump final. The women's

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triple jump. We were thinking it may have been a Colombian at the top of

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proceedings. It was another South American, Rojas. Great performer,

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has a very short step but it's all about the speed she carries on.

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Great mover, Wlodarcyk. Running really well. Has very active feet.

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You can see that she hops, keeps the speed travelling. Going into the

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step phase, the jump phase. I'm confusing myself! It is past my

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bedtime! Is going that speed, 14.91, to have that. We have seen it so

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often, they are doing it in the final jumps. This is what you like

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to see, the true champions, digging deep when it matters. You're in with

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a shout, the gold medal, actually delivering. No one is going to give

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it to you, you must hunt them down. Absolutely. Toni, Colin, thank you.

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Come with me because I want to give the last word to our friends. It is

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slippery, I don't want anybody injured. CHEERING

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They've been waiting for so long. Just wanted to have a quick word.

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What's your name? Alesha. Have you enjoyed it here today? Yes. What is

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your favourite event? 110-metre hurdles. I think your mum says it is

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the hurdles! Thank you for your contribution and to all of you. Say

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goodbye. ALL: goodbye!

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Continued live coverage. Gabby Logan and Ore Oduba are joined by special guests looking back on the night's action, with Michael Johnson providing the analysis.

World champions are crowned in the women's 1500m, triple jump and hammer and men's 110m hurdles.