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DAY 6: 24 August, Thursday



Femke Bol and Dalilah Muhammad could have a thrilling battle for the gold medal in the Women’s 400m hurdles final.


Once again, the world's top women's sprinters like Dina Asher-Smith, Gabby Thomas, Shericka Jackson and Sha’Carri Richardson could clash in the 200m, this time in the semifinals. 


In the final of the women's hammer throw, world record-holder Anita Wlodarczyk of Poland will hope to be in the throwing circle targeting her eighth global gold medal. 


In the women's 100m hurdles final, world champion and world record-holder Tobi Amusan and Olympic champion Jasmine Camacho-Quinn will be set for an unforgettable duel. 


In the long jump, Miltiadis Tentoglou of Greece could have the chance to complete his gold medal collection, as he looks to add a world title to his Olympic and European gold medals, as well as his world indoor and European indoor crowns.


As we head into the second half of the World Championships, Joshua Cheptegei and Jakob Ingebrigtsen could return, ready for another battle. Day six offers the 5000m heats, where they should be joined by athletes such as Jacob Krop and Selemon Barega.


In the men's 400m final, three world stars – Steven Gardiner, Kirani James and Wayde van Niekerk – could dazzle us. In the men's 800m semifinals, a huge tactical battle for qualification is on the horizon.


Leading athletes: 


Men’s 5000m heats:

Jakob Ingebrigtsen, world champion, two-time European champion • Joshua Cheptegei, world record-holder, Olympic champion • Jacob Krop, world silver medallist • Selemon Barega, Olympic 10,000m champion, 2019 world 5000m silver medallist


Men's long jump, final:

Miltiadis Tentoglou, Olympic champion, world indoor champion, two-time European champion • Simon Ehammer, world bronze medallist


Women's 200m semifinals:

Shericka Jackson, world champion • Sha’Carri Richardson • Mujinga Kambundji, European champion • Dina Asher-Smith, 2019 world champion • Gabby Thomas, the world leader with 21.60


Women's hammer throw final:

Anita Wlodarczyk, world record-holder, three-time Olympic champion, four-time world champion, four-time European champion • Brooke Andersen, world champion • Camryn Rogers, world silver medallist • Janee' Kassanavoid, world bronze medallist


Men's 200m semifinals:

Noah Lyles, three-time world champion • Kenny Bednarek, world and Olympic silver medallist • Erriyon Knighton, world bronze medallist • Andre De Grasse, Olympic champion, world champion


Men’s 800m semifinals:

Emmanuel Korir, Olympic and world champion • Djamel Sedjati, world silver medallist • Marco Arop, world bronze medallist


Women's 100m hurdles final:

Tobi Amusan, world record-holder, world champion • Jasmine Camacho-Quinn, Olympic champion • Kendra Harrison, Olympic silver medallist, world silver medallist • Nia Ali, world champion • Luca Kozak, European silver medallist


Men's 400m final:

Kirani James, Olympic and world gold medallist • Wayde van Niekerk, world record-holder, 2016 Olympic champion, two-time world champion • Steven Gardiner, Olympic champion


Women's 400m hurdles final:

Femke Bol, world silver medallist, European champion • Dalilah Muhammad, 2019 world champion


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