Tuesday, October 08, 2019

Kate Brown, governor of Oregon, USA recieves the baton to signify the venue of the next World Championships from IAAF President Sebastian Coe at Khalifa Stadium in Doha, Qatar on Sunday. Also sharing the occasion is Joaan Bin
Hamad Al -Thani (left), president of the Doha Local Organising Committee, and the United States men's 4x400m relay quartet. (Photos: Collin Reid courtesy of Courts, Alliance Investments, KFC and JNBS)

A wide view Khalifa International Stadium during a lighting show that displayed the medallists at the IAAF World Championships in Doha, Qatar, on Sunday.

Shericka Jackson catches her breath after anchoring Jamaica's women to bronze in the 4X400m relay. Jackson also anchored the 4X100m team to gold to complement her individual 400m bronze.

Jamaica's Danielle Williams (centre) and the American pair of Kendra Harrison (left) and Nia Ali simultaneously dip at the finishing line of the women's 100m hurdles final on Sunday.

Jamaica's bronze medallist Danielle Williams (right) shares the podium with the American pair of gold medallists Nia Ali (centre) and Kendra Harrison, during the women's 100m hurdles presentation ceremony at the IAAF World Athletic Championships inside Khalifa International Stadium in Doha, Qatar, on Sunday.

Janeek Brown (left) and Danielle Williams (right) console teammate Megan Tapper, who fell during the women's 100m hurdles final.

Jamaica's silver medallist Shanieka Ricketts (left) shares the podium with Venezuelan Yulimar Rojas (centre) and Caterine Ibarguen of Colombia during the women's triple jump medal ceremony.

Jamaica's 4x400m relay quartet (from left) Terry Thomas, Nathon Allen, Demish Gaye and Akeem Bloomfield celebrate their silver medal performance on the final day.