Day two in Turin and the sprinters hit the track for the 60m heats. First up is Craig Pickering and he impresses with a comfortable 6.64s
Two days before his controversial book comes out Dwain Chambers lets his feet do the talking. After a false start he flies home in 6.53s
Britain make it three in Saturday's 60m semis with Grand Prix winner in Birmingham Simeon Williamson in cruise control in 6.61s
The 30-year-old Chambers, who served a two-year ban after a positive drug test in 2003, is in hot demand with the world's media
With the semis-finals later on Saturday afternoon it seems unlikely anybody will get close to Chambers. He's a man on a mission
Long jumper Greg Rutherford has been suffering with injury and illness but after a personal best of 7.99m leaps into Sunday's final
Eight men will feature in Sunday's pole vault final and Steve Lewis will be one of them after flying over the required 5.70m
Not a great day for Carl Myerscough who fails to make the shot put final with a best throw of 18.65m a metre behind the qualifying mark
High jump qualifying begins and German Meike Kroger gets ready. No Brits are in action and Kroger goes on to make the final with 1.85m
Time for the men's 400m final and Sweden's Johan Wissman cruises to gold with Britain's Richard Buck a creditable fifth position
The 60m semi-finals get going and with Williamson the first Brit to make the final, Chambers blasts to a new GB record in 6.42s
A happy Chambers, banned in 2003 for a positive drug test, says: "It obviously shows what I did four or five years ago didn't work for me."
Saturday's drama sees Mo Farah win his first major track title. The 25-year-old Londoner leads from start to finish to win 3,000m gold
After training over the winter in Africa, Farah says: "I haven't seen much of my family being away so much but it's definitely paying off"