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British and Northern Irish medal success so far

British and Northern Irish athletes have claimed five medals in the IAAF World Athletics Championships in Moscow so far, placing them seventh overall in the medal table.

  • Mo Farah: Gold in the men's 10,000m
  • Christine Ohuruogu: Gold in the women's 400m
  • Mo Farah: Gold in the men's 5,000m
  • Eilidh Child, Shana Cox, Margaret Adeoye and Christine Ohuruogu: Bronze in the women's 4x400m relay
  • Tiffany Porter: Bronze in the women's 100m hurdles

Bolt powers through to win 200m final in Moscow

Usain Bolt wins the men's World Championships 200 metres in Moscow Credit: Reuters

Usain Bolt won his second gold medal of the World Athletics Championships cruising through the finish line to win the men's 200 metres.

The 100m champion won the race in 19.66 seconds for his third straight world title in the 200m.

Read more: Usain Bolt wins gold in World Championships 100m

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Mo Farah celebrates remarkable feat in typical style

Mo Farah delivered his trademark 'Mobot' cerebration for a second time in Moscow. Credit: EMPICS Sport

Mo Farah celebrated his stunning victory in the men's 5,000m at the World Athletics Championships in Russia with his customary 'Mobot'.

The Briton has become only the second man in history to be crowned world champion in two distance events at both the Olympics and the worlds.

Farah's gold 'cements his place in the history books'

British Athletics said Mo Farah's second gold at the IAAF World Championships in Moscow "really cements his place in the history books."

The body also urged people to retweet one of its messages if they think Farah "is the greatest British athlete of all time":

Farah shows off second gold at World Championships

Olympic champion Mo Farah showed off his second gold medal after winning the Men's 5,000m finals at the IAAF World Championships in Moscow.

Mo Farah shows off his gold medal after winning the Men's 5,000m at the IAAF World Championships. Credit: REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov
Mo Farah poses with silver medallist Hagos Gebrhiwet of Ethiopia and bronze medallist Isiah Kiplangat Koech of Kenya. Credit: REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov
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