Miller-Uibo and Norman win gold as McLaughlin breaks 400m world record

The women's event was won by Shaunae Miller-Uibo, while the men's was won by Michael Norman.

During this year's championships, McLaughlin set the first world record with a time of 50.68 seconds. Third place went to Dalilah Muhammad.

According to McLaughlin, the time in Doha was "absolutely amazing." He went on to say, "I only get faster from here on." Miller-Uibo won her first world title in 49.11 seconds, adding to her two Olympic gold medals from 2016 and 2020.

Barbados' Sada Williams won bronze behind Marileidy Paulino, while Miller-Uibo won silver. After finishing fifth in Tokyo, Norman won his first world title in 44.29 seconds.

Matthew Hudson-Smith took the final podium spot, beating Grenada's Kirani James. Getting back to where I was took a lot of hard work," Norman said.

Cathy Freeman is the only Australian to retain her world athletics title, having thrown 66.91m in defending her javelin crown. Silver went to Kara Winger (64.05) and bronze went to Haruka Kitaguchi (63.27).

The 4x100m team of Christian Coleman, Noah Lyles, Elijah Hall and Marvin Bracy won in 37.87 seconds.