Great Britain’s blistering end to the World Athletics Championships continued on Sunday night with a bronze medal for the men’s 4x400m relay team.
Trinidad and Tobago took gold with the United States, who led the race until the final 50m.
The medal for GB came quickly after the women’s team had won silver in the same event.
Matthew Hudson-Smith started the British team on their way before the baton was handed through Dwayne Cowan – who clocked the fastest time among the British team – Rabah Yousif and eventually Martyn Rooney.
For a moment it appeared as though the anchor could be roared on to gold but having collected the baton in third place, that’s where it finish for the British team.
The medal takes the hosts total to six, with four of those won in the relays. Last night the women’s 4x100m team won silver before the men claimed gold in the corresponding event.
Mo Farah was the other medal provider, claiming a gold and silver in the 10,000m and 5,000m respectively.