Davinder Singh progresses to javelin throw final, Ramil Guliyev wins 200m at IAAF World Championships [Photos]

Here are some photo highlights from Day 7 of IAAF World Championships 2017 in London.

FP Sports August 12, 2017 12:17:06 IST
India's Davinder Singh qualified for the javelin throw finals at IAAF World Athletics Championships 2017 in London. AP
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India's Davinder Singh qualified for the javelin throw finals at IAAF World Athletics Championships 2017 in London. AP
Turkey's Ramil Guliyev earned the biggest upset of IAAF World Championships by winning the 200 metres ahead of South Africa's Wayde van Niekerk. AP
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Turkey's Ramil Guliyev earned the biggest upset of IAAF World Championships by winning the 200 metres ahead of South Africa's Wayde van Niekerk. AP
Ramil Guliyev held on in the finishing straight to win in 20.09 seconds, .02 seconds ahead of Van Niekerk. AP
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Ramil Guliyev held on in the finishing straight to win in 20.09 seconds, .02 seconds ahead of Van Niekerk. AP
After missing the 400m final due to two days of quarantine, Botswana's Isaac Makwala (L) was allowed to run on his own on Wednesday to qualify for the 200m semifinals. He did it, and then ran again a few hours later to reach Thursday's final. He finished sixth. AP
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After missing the 400m final due to two days of quarantine, Botswana's Isaac Makwala (L) was allowed to run on his own on Wednesday to qualify for the 200m semifinals. He did it, and then ran again a few hours later to reach Thursday's final. He finished sixth. AP
Gold medal winner Ramil Guliyev (centre) celebrates with silver medal winner Trinidad and Tobago's Jereem Richards (left) and bronze medal winner South Africa's Wayde van Niekerk (right). AP
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Gold medal winner Ramil Guliyev (centre) celebrates with silver medal winner Trinidad and Tobago's Jereem Richards (left) and bronze medal winner South Africa's Wayde van Niekerk (right). AP
Running in the outside lane, Kori Carter lead an American 1-2 in the 400-metre hurdles. Carter picked up speed after 100 meters and never looked back, finishing in 53.07 seconds, .43 seconds ahead of Muhammad. AP
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Running in the outside lane, Kori Carter lead an American 1-2 in the 400-metre hurdles. Carter picked up speed after 100 meters and never looked back, finishing in 53.07 seconds, .43 seconds ahead of Muhammad. AP
Dalilah Muhammad (centre) jumps the final hurdle on her way to a silver medal in the women's 400 metre hurdles final. AP
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Dalilah Muhammad (centre) jumps the final hurdle on her way to a silver medal in the women's 400 metre hurdles final. AP
In another thrilling duel among the Americans, two-time Olympic champion Christian Taylor edged Will Claye in the triple jump at the world championships. AP
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In another thrilling duel among the Americans, two-time Olympic champion Christian Taylor edged Will Claye in the triple jump at the world championships. AP
Christian Taylor won his third world title with a leap of 17.68 metres, 5 centimetres more than Will Claye. Claye was the runner-up to Taylor in the last two Olympics. AP
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Christian Taylor won his third world title with a leap of 17.68 metres, 5 centimetres more than Will Claye. Claye was the runner-up to Taylor in the last two Olympics. AP
American triple jump silver medal winner Will Claye (centre) celebrates with women's 400m hurdles gold medal winner Kori Carter (L) and silver medal winner Dalilah Muhammad (R). AP
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American triple jump silver medal winner Will Claye (centre) celebrates with women's 400m hurdles gold medal winner Kori Carter (L) and silver medal winner Dalilah Muhammad (R). AP
After getting bronze in the 1,500 metres, two-time Olympic and world champion Caster Semenya got back on more familiar territory: crossing the line first in her 800-metre heat to qualify for the semifinals. AP
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After getting bronze in the 1,500 metres, two-time Olympic and world champion Caster Semenya got back on more familiar territory: crossing the line first in her 800-metre heat to qualify for the semifinals. AP