Trinidad and Tobago's maiden title, Usain Bolt's farewell and other highlights from Day 10 of World Championships [Photos]

Here are some photo highlights from Day 10 of IAAF World Championships 2017 in London.

FP Sports August 14, 2017 14:58:15 IST
With a winning leap of 2.35 metres, Qatar's Mutaz Essa Barshim completed a faultless run in the Championships with his maiden world title. The Olympic silver and bronze medallist holds the record for the second-highest jump of 2.43 metres. AP
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With a winning leap of 2.35 metres, Qatar's Mutaz Essa Barshim completed a faultless run in the Championships with his maiden world title. The Olympic silver and bronze medallist holds the record for the second-highest jump of 2.43 metres. AP
Double Olympic champion Croatia's Sandra Perkovic, centre, won her second world title in the discus throw event. Perkovic was the only athlete to have thrown over 70 metres at this year's Championships final. Australia's Dani Stevens(L) won the silver while France's Melina Robert-Michon(R) grabbed the bronze. AP
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Double Olympic champion Croatia's Sandra Perkovic, centre, won her second world title in the discus throw event. Perkovic was the only athlete to have thrown over 70 metres at this year's Championships final. Australia's Dani Stevens(L) won the silver while France's Melina Robert-Michon(R) grabbed the bronze. AP
An astonishing last lap by Kenya's Hellen Onsando Obiri, centre, dashed Ethiopian Almaz Ayana's(L) dreams to win the 5000/10000m double. This was Obiri's first major title. Ayana won the silver while Netherlands' Sifan Hassan(R) claimed the bronze. AP
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An astonishing last lap by Kenya's Hellen Onsando Obiri, centre, dashed Ethiopian Almaz Ayana's(L) dreams to win the 5000/10000m double. This was Obiri's first major title. Ayana won the silver while Netherlands' Sifan Hassan(R) claimed the bronze. AP
Reigning Olympic champion South Africa's Caster Semenya, centre, claimed another world title when she won the 800m event. Having won all the major world titles, Semenya has trained her focus on attempting to break the 34-year-old record of 1:53.28. While Burundi's Francine Niyonsaba(L) won the silver, United States' Ajee Wilson(R) captured the bronze. AP
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Reigning Olympic champion South Africa's Caster Semenya, centre, claimed another world title when she won the 800m event. Having won all the major world titles, Semenya has trained her focus on attempting to break the 34-year-old record of 1:53.28. While Burundi's Francine Niyonsaba(L) won the silver, United States' Ajee Wilson(R) captured the bronze. AP
Though Asbel Kiprop failed to win his fourth world title in the men's 1,500m, his compatriot Elijah Manangoi gave Kenya a lot to cheer by winning his maiden world title.  Manangoi, the fastest man in 2017, sped past Timothy Cheruiyot who had to settle for silver. Norway's Filip Ingebrigtsen snatched the bronze by throwing himself over the finish line. AP
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Though Asbel Kiprop failed to win his fourth world title in the men's 1,500m, his compatriot Elijah Manangoi gave Kenya a lot to cheer by winning his maiden world title.  Manangoi, the fastest man in 2017, sped past Timothy Cheruiyot who had to settle for silver. Norway's Filip Ingebrigtsen snatched the bronze by throwing himself over the finish line. AP
The gold medal winning US relay team, from left, Allyson Felix, Phyllis Francis, Quanera Hayes and Shakima Wimbley reclaimed the world title from Jamaica. Felix became the most celebrated athlete in Championships history by winning her 11th gold and 16th medal overall. AP
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The gold medal winning US relay team, from left, Allyson Felix, Phyllis Francis, Quanera Hayes and Shakima Wimbley reclaimed the world title from Jamaica. Felix became the most celebrated athlete in Championships history by winning her 11th gold and 16th medal overall. AP
Trinidad and Tobago's gold medal winning team, from left, of Jarrin Solomon, Lalonde Gordon, Machel Cedenio and Jereem Richards celebrate after winning the gold in the men's 4x400m relay. This was the first-ever gold in the World Championships for the Caribbean nation. AP
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Trinidad and Tobago's gold medal winning team, from left, of Jarrin Solomon, Lalonde Gordon, Machel Cedenio and Jereem Richards celebrate after winning the gold in the men's 4x400m relay. This was the first-ever gold in the World Championships for the Caribbean nation. AP
The World Championships came to a close with Jamaica's Usain Bolt taking a final lap around the track. The curtains came down on the career of one of the most celebrated athletes. The crowds rallied behind the Jamaican sprinter who also posed with his parents during the goodbye lap. AP
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The World Championships came to a close with Jamaica's Usain Bolt taking a final lap around the track. The curtains came down on the career of one of the most celebrated athletes. The crowds rallied behind the Jamaican sprinter who also posed with his parents during the goodbye lap. AP
Jamaica's Usain Bolt makes his trademark gesture during a lap of honor at the end of the World Athletics Championships in London. AP
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Jamaica's Usain Bolt makes his trademark gesture during a lap of honor at the end of the World Athletics Championships in London. AP