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  1. We put it to the vote, you decided: Usain Bolt is your Performance of Day 2 at

  2. Women's 100m final previewed by His picks: Tori Bowie

  3. For the stat lovers out there: the time, in thousandths, for last night's 100m final... Bolt 9.784 Gatlin 9.797

  4. Five more sets of medals are decided on day three of We preview the highlights:

  5. Looks like the discus has wrapped up now. 60.72m is the 12th mark.

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  7. Menkov responds with 8.08m, bumping Mokoena. Juska, also 7.98m, now 12th.

  8. Now Kafetien Gomis has leapt 8.09m in the long jump to push Menkov and Heinle out; Mokoena now 12th at 7.98m.

  9. Sandra Perkovic gets a fourth automatic qualifying mark with a 64.51m toss in the second round of group B in women's discus.

  10. 50.54 for Shaunae Miller to win the sixth and last 400m heat. Williams-Mills, Renzhina also advance.

  11. Fifth 400m heat goes to Romania's Bianca Razor in 50.37; Jackson and George will also advance. One more heat.

  12. Good one for Dendy, but it's being marked as a foul. He's discussing with the officials.

  13. A third discus auto-qualifier now: Nadine Muller at 64.39m. Group B is almost through first throws.

  14. 50.34 for McPherson in the 4th 400m heat, with Francis right behind. Third Q goes to Kotlyarova.

  15. Not much movement in the long jump. 7.96m is the 12th-place mark at this point, with both Menkov and Heinle there.

  16. With 14 women over 4.55m, they're ending qualifying and advancing all 14 to the final. No jumps at 4.60m.

  17. Christine Day 50.58 for the third heat. Kenyan national record of 50.71 for Joyce Zakary in second, easing up.

  18. 2008 Olympic champion Christine Ohuruogu wins the second 400m heat in 51.01. Gayot and Hastings also advance.

  19. A perennial pole vault contender, Silke Spiegelburg doesn't clear 4.55m. She won't be in the final.

  20. Suhr clears 4.55m on her second attempt. Next bar is 4.60m, the automatic height.

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