Fraser-Pryce retains 100m title
Jamaica's Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce narrowly held off Dafne Schippers of the Netherlands to retain her 100m world title in Beijing.
Fraser-Pryce, 28, started strongly but was almost caught by Schippers on the line as she crossed in 10.76 seconds.
It was a sixth career gold at the World Championships for Fraser-Pryce, who won the 100m and 200m double in 2013.
Schippers, a heptathlete bronze medallist two years ago, finished ahead of American Tori Bowie in third.
It was a national record for 23-year-old Schippers, who only committed to sprinting in June, while Bowie, 24, herself a former long jumper, collected her first major medal.
Fraser-Pryce, the fourth quickest woman of all time over 100m, expressed disappointment at not breaking her personal best of 10.70 seconds.
"I'm getting tired of 10.7s. I just want to put a good race together and hopefully in the next race I get the time I'm working for," she told BBC Sport.
"I definitely think a 10.6 is there. Hopefully I will get it together."