Sheffield's Jessica Ennis-Hill stormed to heptathlon glory at the World Championships in Beijing.
Here's how the event unfolded.
100 metres hurdles
Ennis-Hill lay second after the opening event as she clocked 12.91 seconds for 1138 points.
The Sheffield athlete moved up to first place on 2,192 points after equalling her season's best of 1.86m.
She held on to her lead as a distance of 13.73m took her to 2,968 points.
The 29-year-old ended the first day in style with a season's best of 23.42secs to hold an 80-point lead overnight.
Ennis-Hill extended her cushion to 102 points with a season's best of 6.43m in the long jump as team-mate and closest challenger Katarina Johnson-Thompson's hopes were dashed by three fouls.
Closing in on gold, she threw 42.51m in the javelin to ensure she went into the 800m with an 86-point cushion - equivalent to about six seconds - over Holland's Nadine Broesen.
The Olympic champion finished with a flourish, bursting down the home straight to cross the line first in 2:10.13 before collapsing to the track. Her final points total of 6,669 was 115 ahead of silver medallist Brianne Theisen-Eaton.