Katarina Johnson-Thompson wins heptathlon gold at World Athletics Championships

Since she put a new British record to outclass Olympic and defending champion Nafissatou Thiam at 27, katarina Johnson-Thompson won heptathlon gold in the World Athletics Championships.
Johnson-Thompson completed to transcend the haul as she claimed her first title place by Dame Jessica Ennis-Hill in the London Olympics in 2012.
The 26-year-old, that held an lead made another notable days display after Dina success on Wednesday to secure Amazing Britain the second gold medal of the Championships, in the area.
Johnson-Thompson, who saw a day one direct overtaken by her rival as she finished second at last seasons European Championships, conducted 2:07.27 to win both the 800m and seal overall success.
The Briton, who made personal bests in the 100m hurdles and shot set on afternoon, listed the largest leap in the long jump with 6.77m to extend her instantly direct, as Thiam only handled 6.40m.
She then posted yet another top of 43.93m at the javelin. Meanwhile, a fighting Thiam, who seemed hindered by an elbow injury, handled 48.04m — a full 11m beneath her best — until she jumped her final throw, meaning success appeared a formality for Johnson-Thompson as she held a 137-point lead going into the last event.
That left Thiam needing to beat Johnson-Thompson by 10 seconds in the 800m, but the Briton was never under threat since she streaked apparent of her equal.
Meanwhile, Britains Laura Muir qualified to the womens 1500m using a third-place finish inside her semi-final.
The Scot, who hadnt raced for 3 weeks before the heats on Tuesday, ran four moments 01.05 to finish behind Americas Jenny Simpson, although Muirs training partner Gabriela Debues-Stafford was second.
Fellow Briton Sarah McDonald missed out on the closing because she finished sixth in 4:15.73 however Irelands Ciara Mageean failed enough to collaborate together with 10000m winner Sifan Hassan of Netherlands.
Elsewhere, Britains Sophie McKinna bowed from this shot because she failed to complete after the opening three rounds in the top-eight put final.
The 25-year-old threw a personal-best 18.61m qualifying but settled for 11th spot with her best attempt of 17.99m Thursday.

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