An stunning performance by the quartet of Shana Cox, Nicola Sanders, Christine Ohuruogu and a sensational Perri-Shakes Drayton snatches gold narrowly ahead of the US team, anchored by individual champion Sanya Richards-Ross, in a thrilling relay encounter

Sally Pearson (AUS) dazzles over the hurdles to an overwhelming victory in 7.73 secs, equal fourth all-time, while British captain Tiffany Porter recovers from a poor start to snatch silver in 7.94 secs

Nery Brenes was hardly even brought up as a contender in the run-in, though the signs were there, but took the men’s 400m by storm in a searing 45.13 secs

Sanya Richards-Ross dominates the women’s 400m from start to finish by nearly a second in 50.79 secs with Britain’s Shana Cox 5th in an indoor best of 52.13 secs

Chaunte Howard-Lowe returns with a vengeance to stun red-hot favourite Anna Chicherova over a winning 1.98m in the high jump

Aston Eaton takes the world record by storm to 6645pts in winning the Heptathlon by a mile

American Ryan Whiting stages a stunning late onslaught to come away with gold in the shot, launching the two furthest puts in the world in his last two attempts – 22.00 & 21.98m!

Will Claye and Christian Taylor battle out an enthralling triple jump affair at dizzy distances of 17.70 and 17.63m respectively

Veronica Campbell-Brown leaves it late but comes through, even narrowly, to retain her global title in the women’s 60m