Mo Farah defends 10,000m title, Usain Bolt progresses at World Athletics Championships 2017

1/11Britain's Mo Farah won his 10th straight global long-distance title, taking gold in the 10,000 meters at IAAF World Athletics Championships 2017 in the same stadium where he won his first Olympic title. AP

Britain’s Mo Farah won his 10th straight global long-distance title, taking gold in the 10,000 meters at IAAF World Athletics Championships 2017 in the same stadium where he won his first Olympic title. AP

Britain’s Mo Farah won his 10th straight global long-distance title, taking gold in the 10,000 meter

2/11Usain Bolt was slow out of the blocks, but his massive stride easily made up the deficit. From the 70-meter mark, he made it look easy coasting to victory in his first-round heat of the 100 meters. AP

Usain Bolt was slow out of the blocks, but his massive stride easily made up the deficit. From the 70-meter mark, he made it look easy coasting to victory in his first-round heat of the 100 meters. AP

Usain Bolt was slow out of the blocks, but his massive stride easily made up the deficit. From the 7

3/11Japan's Abdul Hakim Sani Brown leads the field during his heat of the Men's 100 meters during the World Athletics Championships in London. He won the heat with a personal best timing of 10.05. AP

Japan’s Abdul Hakim Sani Brown leads the field during his heat of the Men’s 100 meters during the World Athletics Championships in London. He won the heat with a personal best timing of 10.05. AP

Japan’s Abdul Hakim Sani Brown leads the field during his heat of the Men’s 100 meters during the Wo

4/11Jenn Suhr, the 2012 Olympic champion, failed to make it into the final of the pole vault competition at the world championships after failing three times at her initial height of 4.55 meters. AP

Jenn Suhr, the 2012 Olympic champion, failed to make it into the final of the pole vault competition at the world championships after failing three times at her initial height of 4.55 meters. AP

Jenn Suhr, the 2012 Olympic champion, failed to make it into the final of the pole vault competition

5/11Christian Coleman, the fastest man of the season so far, easily won the first heat in 10.01. AP

Christian Coleman, the fastest man of the season so far, easily won the first heat in 10.01. AP

Christian Coleman, the fastest man of the season so far, easily won the first heat in 10.01. AP

6/11Ethiopia's Defending champion Genzebe Dibaba won her heat in the 1,500 meters to qualify for Saturday's semifinals at the world championships. AP

Ethiopia’s Defending champion Genzebe Dibaba won her heat in the 1,500 meters to qualify for Saturday’s semifinals at the world championships. AP

Ethiopia’s Defending champion Genzebe Dibaba won her heat in the 1,500 meters to qualify for Saturda

7/11It was Mo Farah's third world title, adding to his two Olympic gold medals. The last time he missed out on a major title was when he finished second in the 10,000 at the 2011 world championships. Ever since, nothing but gold. AP

It was Mo Farah’s third world title, adding to his two Olympic gold medals. The last time he missed out on a major title was when he finished second in the 10,000 at the 2011 world championships. Ever since, nothing but gold. AP

It was Mo Farah’s third world title, adding to his two Olympic gold medals. The last time he missed

8/11Sifan Hassan, the world indoor champion, won a big scramble to the line to win the second heat, and Jenny Simpson of the United States was boxed in before she slowed in the final straight and veered out to dash for the line in second place. AP

Sifan Hassan, the world indoor champion, won a big scramble to the line to win the second heat, and Jenny Simpson of the United States was boxed in before she slowed in the final straight and veered out to dash for the line in second place. AP

Sifan Hassan, the world indoor champion, won a big scramble to the line to win the second heat, and

9/11South Africa's Luvo Manyonga, qualified for the long jump final on his first attempt, setting a mark of 8.12 meters, 7 centimeters beyond the automatic qualifying mark. AP

South Africa’s Luvo Manyonga, qualified for the long jump final on his first attempt, setting a mark of 8.12 meters, 7 centimeters beyond the automatic qualifying mark. AP

South Africa’s Luvo Manyonga, qualified for the long jump final on his first attempt, setting a mark

10/11Usain Bolt stuck to tradition in his farewell championships, revving up the crowd at the Olympic Stadium with his aura before his victory in the first-round heat of the 100 meters. AP

Usain Bolt stuck to tradition in his farewell championships, revving up the crowd at the Olympic Stadium with his aura before his victory in the first-round heat of the 100 meters. AP

Usain Bolt stuck to tradition in his farewell championships, revving up the crowd at the Olympic Sta

11/11Justin Gatlin, widely booed by the crowd for his past doping conviction, is the biggest threat to Bolt. He won his heat in 10.05. AP

Justin Gatlin, widely booed by the crowd for his past doping conviction, is the biggest threat to Bolt. He won his heat in 10.05. AP

Justin Gatlin, widely booed by the crowd for his past doping conviction, is the biggest threat to Bo

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