Briton and four time Olympic Champion Mo Farah has won the 10,000m in 26:49 minutes to defend his title.
The 34 year old won the 10,000m at Beijing in 2015 and has successfully defended his title in a dazzling style.
The who announced the London World Athletics Championship will be his last WAC has won the 10,000m gold for a third successive time at the London Stadium.
He therefore wins the first medal for the track event and Britain first gold at the 2017 World Athletics Championship.
Farah slides over the advertising hoardings and goes into the stands to fish out his family.
All four children of him pose with the champion on the track as they celebrate another victory on the track.
Joshua Cheptegei of Uganda came second in 26:49.94 with Kenya’s Paul Tanui third in 26:50.60 minutes.
Friday night’s victory was Farah’s sixth world title overall.
Next for Mo Farah is the 5000m which he will look to also defend the title won.