Seven more gold medals will be decided on the last night of World Athletics Championships 2017
As is traditional, the 400m runners will close the championships with the relays but not before five other medals have been decided.
Robbie Grabarz will be hoping challenge for a minor medal in the high jump final while Britain's best – but still slim – individual medal hope comes with Lynsey Sharp in the 800m, a final she was initially disqualified from running before being reinstated on appeal over a clash in the semi-final.
World Athletics Championships 2017 Day 10 results
(GB athletes in brackets)
7pm Men's high jump final
GOLD Mutz Essa Barshim (Qatar), SILVER Danil Lysenko (Authorised Neutral Athlete), BRONZE Majd Eddin Ghazal (Syria)
It was difficult to look beyond Qatar’s Mutaz Essa Barshim for gold in the high jump, the man who has the second highest jump of all-time outdoors.
Barshim was not in that sort of 2.43m shape he was three years ago but still led the world at 2.38m and it was no surprise when he cruised over 2.35m.
British hope Robbie Grabarz never looked in great form and his 2.25m clearance was only good enough for sixth.
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8th: $4,000 (Individual) $4,000 (Relay)
7.10pm Women's discus final
GOLD Sandra Perkovic (Croatia), SILVER Dani Stevens (Australia), BRONZE Melina Robert-Michon (France)
Cuba’s Denia Caballero may have upset Sandra Perkovic two years ago to take gold but the Croatian Olympic champion came into these championships in the form of her life, having reached 71.41m this year.
She could not surpass that but any one of her best three throws (70.31m, 69.81m, 69.30m) was enough to earn her gold.
7.35pm Women's 5,000m final
GOLD Hellen Obiri (Kenya), SILVER Alma Ayana (Ethiopia), BRONZE Sifan Hassan (Netherlands)
The race was billed as a duel between two of the fastest 5k runners ever and so it proved as the two separated themselves from the pack.
The killer blow came with 300m to go, when Obiri kicked hard and Ayana, the 10,000m champion, could not respond.
The Kenyan streaked home to win by 50m in an astonishing show of speed.
GB's Laura Muir finished strongly but 10 seconds off the medals in sixth.
8.10pm Women's 800m final
GOLD Caster Semenya (South Africa), SILVER Francine Niyonsaba (Burundi), BRONZE Ajee Wilson (US)
Niyonsaba and Wilson led the charge for home as the field spread over the final lap but Semenya never let them out of her sight.
The Olympic champion, on a two-year unbeaten run over 800m, passed them both in the home straight to run a staggering 1:55.16.
Britain's Lynsey Sharp was always going to be struggling and finished last.
8.30pm Men's 1500m final
GOLD Elijah Manangoi (Kenya), SILVER Timothy Cheruiyot (Kenya), BRONZE Filip Ingebritsen (Norway).
There was no clear favourite in the 1500m even though Abel Kiprop is a four-time world champion.
If the race had been slow and tactical, the 28-year-old would likely have had the race-craft to find his way to the front at the right time.
But the fastest men in the world this year, fellow Kenyans Elijah Manangoi and Timothy Cheruiyot, decided to set a faster pace, and Kiprop could not respond.
The two youngsters were side-by-side coming down the last 100m, but Manangoi found more in his legs to sprint clear.
8.55pm Women's 4x400m relay final
GOLD Team USA, SILVER Team GB, BRONZE Poland
Team GB captain Eilidh Doyle came into the 4x400m team to help them bag silver behind a dominant US performance in the penultimate race of the World Athletics Championships.
Perri Shakes-Drayton had run the third leg in the heats yesterday but Doyle replaced her to strengthen the team and it paid dividends.
The US team were 1/10 favourites to take gold and duly delivered with Phyllis Francis running the anchor leg with the chasing pack some 50 metres behind.
Doyle handed the baton over to Emily Diamond with a lead of a few metres over the Polish team but the Brits were confident of ensuring Justyna Swiety did not get past.
And so it proved, and although Diamond tied up in the 100m, Swiety ended up four tenths behind the British quartet who sealed a silver that looked even more certain when Anneisha McLaughlin-Whilby pulled up to end Jamaica’s bid after just 400m.
9.15pm Men's 4x400m relay final (GB in lane three)
GOLD Trinidad & Tobago, SILVER Team USA, BRONZE Team GB