French pole vault great Renaud Lavillenie's career remains unfulfilled at world championships as he has to settle for a fourth bronze in another failed attempt to get the elusive gold.
The French pole vault great's career remains unfulfilled at world championships.
An intriguing women's 1,500 metres and the difficult men's 110m hurdles stand out when four gold medals are up for grabs on Monday at the world athletics championships.
Usain Bolt settles for bronze in his last individual race as Justin Gatlin fulfills a long dream when he beat the Jamaican icon in a major 100-metres final, winning a second career world championships title amid jeers from the crowd.
Briton Mo Farah cemented his distance running dominance with another 10,000-metre world title despite being clipped in the last lap while Usain Bolt stumbled out of the starting blocks en route to winning his 100m heat on Friday.
If all goes well, Usain Bolt's glittering sprint career will end with one final big individual title in the world championship 100m on Saturday.
Bolt wants to bow out on a high from a career spanning a decade at the top, with the 100m final set for Saturday in London.
Caeleb Dressel matches the great Michael Phelps' record of seven gold medals at a single world swimming championships after the United States won the closing 4x100-metre medley relay in Budapest.
London hosts the world athletics championships for the first time -- five years after the Olympics -- and the 10-day event will mark the farewell of icons Usain Bolt and Mo Farah
Britain's Adam Peaty shattered his own world record in the men's 50-metre breaststroke on Tuesday just hours after winning world championship gold over 100m.