GB women moved up to bronze
Great Britain's women's 4x100 metres relay squad have been promoted to bronze after the French team were disqualified at the World Championships in Moscow.
Britain came home in fourth place but were upgraded following a successful protest against the France team, who were second.
The International Association of Athletics Federations confirmed the French had been disqualified because their second baton exchange took place outside the changeover zone.
The French took their case to the jury of appeal, but it was rejected. It meant Britain finished the championships with six medals in total.
The young quartet of Dina Asher-Smith, Ashleigh Nelson, Annabelle Lewis and Hayley Jones were initially edged out of the medals by 0.12 seconds by the United States.
And they had left Luzhniki Stadium by the time the news of their promotion came through.
Asher-Smith, 17, said: "It means so much to us. I'm over the moon, it's such a shock."
Jones, who ran the anchor leg, added: "I can't even think what to say, I'm shaking right now. We were all screaming in the corridor when we found out."
Lewis said: "I never thought I'd be so gutted with a fourth place in the world coming into it but to get a bronze is amazing - I can't believe it."
Nelson admitted it felt "strange" as they didn't get to enjoy the moment and experience a lap of honour.
But she added: "It's a great feeling."