There was a lot of drama inside the Olympic stadium on Sunday afternoon.
Gold medals were presented for the men’s 100m, the high jump and the women’s triple jump.
Yulimar Rojas set a new world record en route to gold in the women’s triple jump.
The Venezuelan catapulted herself to first place with an effort of 15.41m on her very first jump of the evening and, on her last attempt with the already guaranteed gold, she scored 15.67m.
It was 0.17m better than the previous benchmark, set by Inessa Kravets in 1995.
A thrilling men’s high jump final saw the gold medal remarkably split between two athletes.
There was nothing to separate between Qatari Mutaz Barshim and Italian Gianmarco Tamberi.
The two did not miss the 2.37m and agreed to share the gold.
They could have opted for a play-off to designate an absolute winner, but both are now Olympic co-champions.
The 100m final followed moments later and the heartbroken Zharnel Hughes of the GB team.
His false start meant he was out of the race with Italian Marcell Jacobs winning gold with a personal best 9.80 seconds.
It has been a brilliant sporting year for the Italians as they add these two gold medals to their success at Euro 2020 in football.
American Fred Kerley was second in 9.84 and Canadian Andre De Grasse was second in 9.89.