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The greatest World Championships moments Track & Field The greatest World Championships moments

On the eve of the 2015 World Champs in Beijing, we choose our favourite moments from the previous 14 editions of the event

Katarina Johnson-Thompson’s time to shine Track & Field Katarina Johnson-Thompson’s time to shine

After going into previous major outdoor championships as an underdog, Katarina Johnson-Thompson is one of the favourites in Beijing

Seb Coe appointment supported by British athletics fraternity Track & Field Seb Coe appointment supported by British athletics fraternity

Current and former athletes rejoice as Coe is elected president

Seb Coe elected as IAAF president Track & Field Seb Coe elected as IAAF president

British middle-distance great beats Sergey Bubka to succeed Lamine Diack and step into the top role at the sport’s world governing body

Holly Bradshaw feeling fresh ahead of Beijing Track & Field Holly Bradshaw feeling fresh ahead of Beijing

The British pole vault record-holder believes she is peaking at the right time for the IAAF World Championships

Jack Green praises strength of British 4x400m squad Track & Field Jack Green praises strength of British 4x400m squad

London Olympian set to contest both the relay and 400m hurdles in Beijing

Asli Cakir Alptekin stripped of London 2012 1500m title Track & Field Asli Cakir Alptekin stripped of London 2012 1500m title

Turkish middle-distance runner is banned for eight years after a second doping offence

The race to become IAAF president enters finishing straight Track & Field The race to become IAAF president enters finishing straight

Seb Coe v Sergey Bubka – their IAAF presidential campaign manifestos examined

Steph Twell back in Beijing against the odds Track & Field Steph Twell back in Beijing against the odds

The British 5000m champion returns to the Bird’s Nest where she raced on the global senior stage for the first time seven years ago

IAAF responds after being accused of having “suppressed” doping report IAAF responds after being accused of having “suppressed” doping report

World governing body “blocked publication” of study that revealed that up to 34% of athletes competing at 2011 Worlds had violated anti-doping rules in previous 12 months, according to the Sunday Times

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