World Championships Action

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August 12, 2017
Ricardo Makyn/Multi Media Photo Editor IAAF World Championships London 2017 Rushelle Burton knocks over a hurdle on her way to third in heat four.
Ricardo Makyn/Multi Media Photo Editor IAAF World Championships London 2017 Shadae Lawrence prepares to hurl the discus in the women's qualification group event.
Ricardo Makyn/Multi Media Photo Editor IAAF World Championships London 2017 Megan Simmonds (left) wins heat two of the women's 100m hurdles in a time of 12.78 seconds with Ayako Kimura of Japan (right) fourth in 13.15 seconds.
Ricardo Makyn/Multi Media Photo Editor IAAF World Championships London 2017 Yanique Thompson (left) looks determined as she races to the finish in the final heat of the women's 100m hurdles yesterday. American world record holder Kendra Harrison won the heat.
Ricardo Makyn/Multi Media Photo Editor IAAF World Championships London 2017 Reigning world champion Danielle Williams wins heat one of the women's 100m hurdles.
Ricardo Makyn/Multi Media Photo Editor IAAF World Championships London 2017 Kellion Knibb prepares to release the dicus in her qualification group of the women's event.
@Normal:Jamaica's Nathon Allen (left) placing fifth in 44.88 seconds in the men's 400 metres final at the IAAF World Championships in London yesterday. South Africa's Wayde Van Niekerk (second left) won gold in 43.98 while the silver medal went to Steven Gardiner (second right) of the Bahamas. <\n><\n>
Ricardo Makyn/Multimedia Photo Editor Kemar Mowatt clears a hurdle but finishes fourth in the men's 400m hurdles final in 48.99 seconds. Also in the photo are Norway's Karsten Warholm, (second right) who won in 48.35 seconds and USA's Kerron Clement who was third in 48.52.
@Normal:Danniel Thomas-Dodd had a best throw of 18.91m in the Women's shot put but missed out on a medal, finishing fourth.
Ricardo Makyn/Multimedia Photo Editor Kemoy Campbell (right) competing in the Men's 5000m race. He finished ninth in 13:26.67.
Ricardo Makyn/Multi Media Photo Editor Jamaica's Natoya Goule competing in her 800 metres heat at the IAAF World Championships in London on Thursday.
Ricardo Makyn/Multi Media Photo Editor Kimberly Williamson clears the bar at 1.89m but did not advance to the final of the Women's high jump event.
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