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IAAF World Championships 2013: Day 7 Results and Schedule for Weekend Events

MOSCOW, RUSSIA - AUGUST 16:  Mo Farah of Great Britain celebrates winning gold in the Men's 5000 metres final during Day Seven of the 14th IAAF World Athletics Championships Moscow 2013 at Luzhniki Stadium at Luzhniki Stadium on August 16, 2013 in Moscow, Russia.  (Photo by Julian Finney/Getty Images)
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Joseph ZuckerFeatured Columnist IVNovember 25, 2016

Make it a double for Mo Farah.

The British distance runner won his second gold medal of the 2013 World Championships after winning the 5,000 meters on Day 7. He had won the 10,000 meters on Day 1. It's the second double for Farah after he won gold in both events at the 2012 Olympics.

This kind of dominance is something to be admired. There's Farah, and then there's everyone else. He finished almost 30 seconds ahead of silver medalist Hagos Gebrhiwet.

BBC revealed what drove Farah to such a great performance.

Aside from Farah's win, there were five other finals to take place on Friday: Tatyana Lysenko won gold in the women's hammer throw; Aleksandr Menkov won gold in the men's hammer throw; David Storl took home gold in the men's shot put; Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce finished first in the women's 200 meters; and the United States won the 4x400 meter men's relay.

Allyson Felix was the reigning women's 200-meter champion after winning gold at the 2012 Olympics. She was no doubt one of the favorites coming into the World Championships.

After about 40 meters, she pulled up and wasn't able to finish the race.

According to the IAAF's Jon Mulkeen, Felix ended up tearing her right hamstring.

Felix's loss was Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce's gain after the 26-year-old earned herself a double, with gold medals in both the 200 meters and 100 meters.

It's only the third time a woman has won the 100-meter, 200-meter double (h/t World Championships' Twitter account).

The 200 meters also saw a great finish between Murielle Ahoure and Blessing Okagbare for the silver medal. Ahoure finished approximately six one-thousandths of a second ahead of Okagbare (h/t World Championships' Twitter account).

The United States is still on top of the total medal count. Their 16 medals are five more than Russia in second place and seven above Kenya, who are third. The US and Russia are both tied at five gold medals apiece. Kenya, Germany and Jamaica have a three-way tie for third, at three.

Here are the full medal winners from Day 7, followed by the schedule of events to come over the final two days of the World Championships.

 

Day 7 Final Results (via IAAF official site)

Hammer Throw (Women's)AthleteCountryMark (m)
GoldTatyana LysenkoRussia78.80
SilverAnita WlodarczykPoland78.46
BronzeWenxiu ZhangChina75.58

 

Long Jump (Men's)AthleteCountryMark (m)
GoldAleksandr MenkovRussia8.56
SilverIgnisious GaisahNetherlands8.29
BronzeLuis RiveraMexico8.27

 

Shot Put (Men's)AthleteCountryMark (m)
GoldDavid StorlGermany21.73
SilverRyan WhitingUSA21.57
BronzeDylan ArmstrongCanada21.34

 

200 Meters (Women's)AthleteCountryMark
GoldShelly-Ann Fraser-PryceJamaica22.17
SilverMurielle AhoureCote d'Ivoire22.32
BronzeBlessing OkagbareNigeria22.32

 

5,000 Meters (Men's)AthleteCountryMark
GoldMo FarahGreat Britain13:26.98
SilverHagos GebrhiwetEthiopia13:27.26
BronzeIsiah KoechKenya13:27.26

 

4x400 Meters Relay (Men's)TeamMark
GoldUnited States2:58.71
SilverJamaica2:59.88
BronzeRussia2:59.90

 

Weekend Schedule

Day 8 (via IAAF official website)

Time (ET)Time (BST)EventRound
7:30 a.m.12:30 p.m.Marathon (Men's)Final
10 a.m.3 p.m.High Jump (Women's)Final
10:20 a.m.3:20 p.m.100 Meter Hurdles (Women's)Semifinal
10:35 a.m.3:35 p.m.Javelin (Men's)Final
10:55 a.m.3:55 p.m.5,000 Meters (Women's)Final
11:30 a.m.4:30 p.m.4x400 Meter Relay (Women's)Final
11:50 a.m.4:50 p.m.100 Meter Hurdles (Women's)Final
12:10 p.m.5:10 p.m.200 Meters (Men's)Final

 

Day 9 (via IAAF official website)

Time (ET)Time (BST)EventRound
8 a.m.1 p.m.Javelin Throw (Women'sFinal
8:15 a.m.1:15 p.m.4x100 Meters (Women's)Heat
8:45 a.m.1:45 p.m.Triple Jump (Men's)Final
8:50 a.m.1:50 p.m.4x100 Meters (Men's)Heat
9:25 a.m.2:25 p.m.1,500 Meters (Men's)Final
9:50 a.m.2:50 p.m.800 Meters (Women's)Final
10:10 a.m.3:10 p.m.4x100 Meters (Women's)Final
10:40 a.m.3:40 p.m.4x100 Meters (Men's)Final

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