# london-2017 - Friday 22 December, 2017
Mick Clohisey on how his World Championship run was a redemption for Rio.
# london-2017 - Saturday 12 August, 2017
The 4x100m gold medal was won by Great Britain with the United States in second and Japan grabbing the bronze.
There was no fairytale ending for Mo.
Australian completes fairytale return by beating Harper Nelson and Dutkiewicz.
“It won’t be possible to do myself or my country justice.”
# london-2017 - Thursday 10 August, 2017
Ramil Guliyev wins Turkey’s first-ever gold at the IAAF World Championships.
Reigning Olympic champion Caster Semenya comfortably through to Friday’s semi-finals.
The Olympic champion seemed to pick up a muscle-related injury as she approached the finish line.
# london-2017 - Wednesday 9 August, 2017
He’ll now compete again at 8.55pm and try to reach the final.
# london-2017 - Tuesday 8 August, 2017
Gatlin, who has twice served doping bans, has not been well-received as the new world champion.
# london-2017 - Sunday 6 August, 2017
The Dubliner finished in sixth place in the 400m semi-final.
The American took to the podium alongside Christian Coleman and Usain Bolt.
Ireland’s Claire McCarthy clocked a season’s best time of 2:38:26 in the marathon at the Worlds, which is just outside her personal best.
Mick Clohisey finished in 22nd place in today’s men’s marathon in London, with Clare runner Sean Hehir finishing in 63rd place.
Barr automatically qualified for tomorrow’s semi-finals in fourth place after Kyron McMaster was disqualified.
The American sprinter defended his right to compete, saying he had served his four year ban for doping.
'I've done all I can for the sport and myself so it's time to go': No regrets for Bolt despite bronze finish
He finished third in his final individual race at the IAFF World Championships, but there were no regrets for the Jamaican icon.
# london-2017 - Saturday 5 August, 2017
The Jamaican finished third in the final individual race of his career.
The Jamaican will take to the track for his final individual race at 9.45pm.
English finished in fifth place in heat five.
It was a third-place finish for the Irish athlete.
The British talisman won the 10,000m crown again last night.
# london-2017 - Friday 4 August, 2017
The 25-year-old was uncharacteristically off-form in London.
# london-2017 - Thursday 3 August, 2017
A hamstring injury comes in the way of the showdown between the two big guns.
Eleven-strong Irish team head to London’s Olympic Park.