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Francis surges to 400m gold; Felix, Carter and Clement take bronze

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LONDON -- A 1-3 finish by Phyllis Francis and Allyson Felix, combined with bronze medals from Rio Olympic champions Michelle Carter and Kerron Clementin cold, rainy and breezy conditions, gave Team USATF a four-medal evening and 15 medals thus far at the World Championships Wednesday night at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Stadium.

Five things to watch on day six - IAAF World Championships London 2017

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1. Women’s 400m - Aaah, sport: just when you think you’ve got it sussed, it surprises you all over again. The women’s 400m looked a race match between Rio Olympic gold and silver medallists Shaunae Miller-Uibo and Allyson Felix before a new face introduced herself at this level.

Kendricks takes PV gold; Jager snares steeple bronze

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LONDON -- Sam Kendrickswent from Olympic silver medalist to World Championships gold medalist Tuesday evening, winning the men’s pole vault at Queen Elizabeth Stadium to close out competition for the night. With a bronze medal from Evan Jagerin the steeplechase - the first medal by an American in that discipline - Team USATF brought its medal tally to 11 through five days of competition.