Arzamasova from Belarus now becomes World and European 800m champion
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The World Indoor Champion takes the World Championship Gold
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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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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.
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
Jamaica's Shelley Anne Fraser-Pryce storms to the 100m victory in Beijing. She has to go down as the finest women's sprinter in the World.
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Olympic Champion Jess Ennis Hill wins the Heptathlon Gold Medal at the The Birds Nest Stadium in Beijing
With four time world champion Valerie Adams out due to a knee operation the field was wide open
The 1980 and 1984 Olympic 1500m champion was nominated by UK Athletics and defeated Ukrainian pole vault legend Sergey Bubka by 115 votes to 92.
With a stunning performance at home in Cetniewo on Saturday, Poland's Wlodarczyk smashed her own world record with a sensational 81.08m.
Schippers, Carter and Jepkoech were among the winners of Super Saturday at The Olympic Park. Daphne Scippers breaks the National Record 10.92
The headlines last weekend may have been dominated by Genzebe Dibaba's world record
The heptathlon star will compete in the 100m hurdles where the quality of the IAAF Diamond League event will pit her against the world’s best.