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Last Updated: Saturday, 23 August, 2003, 07:16 GMT 08:16 UK
World Athletics Champs - day one
Carl Myerscough fails to reach the final of the shot put
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Carl Myerscough fails to reach the final of the shot put after only managing 19.51 metres in qualifying
Jefferson Perez wins the 20km walk in a new world record
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Jefferson Perez wins the 20km walk in a new world-record time and becomes the first person to break a record at the championships since 1999
Carolina Kluft clears the high jump  at 1.94m
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Sweden's Carolina Kluft scores 4143 points after the first day of the heptathlon to stay 139 points clear of France's Eunice Barber
Denise Lewis looks disappointed after a poor showing in the high jump
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Denise Lewis' bid for heptathlon gold starts sluggishly as she clears only 1.64m in the high jump, but later recovers to end the day in seventh
Jonathan Edwards has few problems as he reaches the triple jump final
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Jonathan Edwards has few problems as he reaches the triple jump final, he needs just two jumps to record a best distance of 16.94m
Great Britain's Kelly Holmes runs in the 800m
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Great Britain's Kelly Holmes waits until the last 50m before surging to the line to finish second in her heat in the 800m
Stacy Dragila of the US clears the bar during the pole vault qualification
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Former world record holder Stacy Dragila soars over the bar during qualifying for the pole vault final
Tyree Washington runs in the 400m heats
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Hot favourite for the 400m, Tyree Washington, saunters down the back straight as he wins his heat to qualify for the final
Berhane Adere wins the 10,000m
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Ethiopia's Berhane Adere leaves the rest of the 10,000m field for dead to win the first women's gold of the championships
Werknesh Kidane and Berhane Adere celebrate their success in the 10,000m
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Adere's time of 30 minutes 04.18 seconds is the third-fastest time in history, and her compatriot Werknesh Kidane makes it an Ethiopian one-two
Belarussia's Andrei Mikhnevich takes shot put gold with an impressive throw of 21.69m
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Andrei Mikhnevich of Belarus lets fly en route to winning shot putt gold with an impressive throw of 21.69m
Mikhnevich celebrates his gold medal in the shot putt
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Mikhnevich celebrates his success, it is only the second event he has competed in since returning from serving a two-year doping ban

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