England ladies stun the Netherlands with a 3-1 penalty shoot out at the Unibet European Hockey Championships. photo Chris Lee
America's McCorory couldn't hold on in the last 30 meters of the 4x4000m relay, Novlene Williams-Mills of Jamaica flew past to claim Gold. Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images for IAAF)
Kathrina Molitor steals gold from China's Lyu in the final round with a World Leading throw of 67.69. Photo by Alexander Hassenstein/Getty Images for IAAF
Ayana destroyed Dibaba in the 5k final in Beijing. Taking the final lap stretching out to win by a huge distance. Teferi silver and Dibaba claiming bronze. Photo by Lintao Zhang/Getty Images for IAAF)
Mare Dibaba from Ethiopia claimed gold, Kiprop silver and Jepkirui the bronze. Photo by Lintao Zhang/Getty Images for IAAF)
Arzamasova from Belarus now becomes World and European 800m champion
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The World Indoor Champion takes the World Championship Gold
Charlotte Edwards has called on England to finish on a high after defeat in the second NatWest International T20 handed the Women's Ashes back to Australia.
It means they join the Netherlands in Sunday’s decider for the medal hoping to go one better than two years ago in Boom.
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Jamaica has a new champion Danielle Williams took the field by storm in a personal best time of 12.57
America's Tianna Bartoletta grabs the gold medal from Britains Shara Proctor with a massive 7m 14 .
World record holder Liu Hong fulfilled her status as the favourite and finally struck gold in Beijing. Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images for IAAF
The Queen of US Athletics wins again this time picking up the World Championship title in the 400m. photo Lintao Zhang/Getty Images for IAAF)
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Captain Charlotte Edwards and Sarah Taylor combined to steer England towards a seven-wicket win over Australia
Semi finalists confirmed after Spain tame Red Panthers and England defeat Germany. photo Koen Suyk
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The Czech athlete showed that not even a year out of the sport with injury could take away a chink of her brilliant ability as she won in 53.50, the fastest time in the world this year. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images for IAAF)
Defending discus champion Sandra Perkovic left it to the last round to seal a medal as she won silver - replacing Germany’s Nadine Muller in second place.
An inspired display by Italy goalkeeper Martina Chirico and some superb defending by the Azzurri proved to be in vain as Helen Richardson-Walsh’s 25th goal for England and a late goal from Nicola White gave England a 2-0 win.
Caterine Ibarguen led with 14.80m which she then increased to 14.90m in the fourth round. Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images for IAAF