Some of the stars from the new London event reflect on their performances and the World Cup experience

Athletes from eight nations competed in 34 events over two evenings of action in the London Stadium last weekend, with the USA team crowned champions of the inaugural Athletics World Cup.

Here some of the stars reflect on their performances and the World Cup experience, while our results editor Steve Smythe provides a post-event recap.

GB’s Sophie Hitchon – 73.48m SB for hammer silver (00:04)
GB’s Holly Bradshaw – 4.75m SB for pole vault gold (00:27)
France’s Pascal Martinot-Lagarde – 13.22 SB for 110m hurdles gold (01:09)
USA’s Darrell Hill – 21.43m for shot put silver (03:14)
USA’S Ashley Henderson – 11.07 for 100m gold (04:12)
GB’s Lorraine Ugen – 6.86m for long jump gold (05:27)

USA’s Sam Kendricks – 5.83m for pole vault gold (00:04)
GB’s Beth Dobbin – 22.95 for 200m bronze (02:14)
GB’s Ojie Edoburun – 10.22 for 100m fourth place (03:40)
GB’s Morgan Lake – 1.93m for high jump silver (04:42)
France’s Axel Chapelle – 5.65m for pole vault bronze (05:30)
GB’s Dai Greene – 49.48 for 400m hurdles bronze (06:22)
GB’s Adelle Tracey – 2:01.05 for 800m silver (07:11)
GB’s Neil Gourley – 3:53.24 for 1500m bronze (08:19)
GB’s Asha Philip, Imani Lansiquot, Bianca Williams and Shannon Hylton – 42.52 for 4x100m gold (10:30)
AW’s results editor Steve Smythe with an event recap (11:54)


Day one | Women’s events | Men’s events
Day two | Women’s events | Men’s events

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