- Allyson Felix greeted the shadow down. on his wonderful job.
- Nineteenth decoration of the world championships under the name of the United States.
- Jcaptured bronze in the 4x400m mixed transfer in Eugene, Oregon on Friday.
Felix was supported by a meager home band as she took the tool to the next step, but the 36-year-old let it go.
A brilliant goodbye after USA finished third.
The Dominican Republic group of Lidio Andres Feliz, Marileidy Paulino, Alexander Ogando and Fiordaliza Cofil won in 3:09.82 ahead of the Netherlands.
Kimberly Garcia Leon won the titles’ first gold medal in quite some time in the 20km walk, going too far in a time of 1:26:58 to claim a top universe award for Peru.
These titles are not long in being organized in the United States.
“I have to engage with all Peruvians, they will be extremely happy,” said Garcia Leon. “It’s our country’s most memorable award in major confrontations and I hope it won’t be the last one left.”
Poland’s Katarzyna Zdzieblo won silver and China’s Qieyang Shijie bronze.
In the men’s race, Japan’s Toshikazu Yamanishi held his 2019 title after battling fellow Tokyo silver medalist Koki Ikeda over the final two kilometers to go too far in 1:19:07.
American Fred Kerley clocked 9.79 seconds in the men’s 100m warm-ups, the fastest time any time in the heat in the major meet’s existence.
Olympic hero Lamont Jacobs, who has battled a thigh injury this year, looked corroded and received an interesting yellow card for unsportsmanlike conduct.
Jamaican long jumper Tajay Gayle offered to save his title missed the mark after committing three ability fouls and losing a place in the final.
The men’s mallet and women’s 10,000m finals will take place on Saturday morning before an activity-packed evening meeting featuring the final men’s 100m.