|Venue: Hayward Field, Eugene, Oregon Events: 15.-24. July|
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Britain’s Katarina Johnson-Thompson is seventh after three competitions as she attempts to defend her world heptathlon title in Oregon.
The 29-year-old, fit again after several injury problems, clocked 13.55 seconds in the 100m hurdles, good enough only for fifth place in a heat won by Belgium’s Nafissatou Thiam.
Thiam, Olympic champion in 2016 and last year in Tokyo, ran a personal best of 13.21, cleared 1.95m in the high jump and threw 15.03m in the shot put to lead the competition with 3,127 points.
Anouk Vetter of the Netherlands is second with 3,003 points and Adrianna Sulek of Poland is third with 2,979 points.
Johnson-Thompson posted a 1.83m high jump, 15cm under her personal best, and 12.92m in the shot put, giving her a total of 2,781 points after Sunday’s morning session.
The end of the day is the 200 m in the afternoon.
Before that, Tamirat Tola from Ethiopia won gold in the men’s singles Men’s marathonfinished more than a minute clean in a championship record time of two hours five minutes 36 seconds.
Compatriot Mosinet Geremew (2:06:44) was second, Belgian Bashir Abdi third (2:06:48).
Britain’s Joshua Griffiths was 49th in 2:17:37.