Watch: GB men storm to 4x100m victory as Usain Bolt's career comes to bitterly disappointing end
Great Britain's men stormed to 4x100m victory in front of a home crowd in the London Stadium on Saturday night.
Clocking a new British record time of 36:47 - the third fastest of all time - the British team beat a much-fancied American team into second place, with Japan finishing in the bronze medal position.
It was a phenomenal performance from all four British runners: an explosive start from CJ Ujah was followed by a strong second leg from Adam Gemili. Danny Talbot then ran a flawless bend on leg three before Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake managed to see off 100m silver medallist Christian Coleman to seal an historic gold.
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Unfortunately, the Jamaican team did not finish the race. Usain Bolt, in his final ever race, pulled up with what appeared to be a hamstring injury having received the baton for the final leg.
The final leg of the relay can be seen in the footage below.