Ohuruogu anchors GB to relay bronze
Christine Ohuruogu claimed her second medal of the World Championships by anchoring Great Britain's women's 4x400 metres relay team to bronze in Moscow.
The quartet of Eilidh Child, Shana Cox, Margaret Adeoye and Ohuruogu finished behind winners Russia and the United States in a season's best three minutes 22.61 seconds.
The team were missing the injured Perri Shakes-Drayton, who was forced to fly home on Friday after injuring her knee during the 400m hurdles final, but the strength of individual gold medallist Ohuruogu on the final lap secured a place on the podium.
Adeoye took the team from fourth to third in a strong third leg before handing on to Ohuruogu, who broke the British record to take 400m gold in thrilling fashion on Monday.
The 29-year-old still had plenty left in her legs to bring the team home more than one-and-a-half seconds ahead of fourth-placed France.
The medal takes Britain's total for the championships to four.
Child, who finished fifth in the 400m hurdles final on Thursday, said: "We all really wanted it so badly, and to go home with a medal is just brilliant."
Adeoye added: "I'm over the moon. I'm just very happy to take up this opportunity and I didn't want to let them down."
Watching back at home, Shakes-Drayton tweeted: "Yaaaaaaay yes ladies. Podium finish. Proud of you all."