Dina Asher-Smith led the way for Great Britain as she picked up a third World Championships medal from Doha to help increase the team’s overall medal tally to five.

Asher-Smith was part of the women’s 4x100m relay quartet who finished second behind Jamaica to take silver, adding to the 200m gold and 100m silver that the 23-year-old Londoner had won earlier in the Championships.

Alongside fellow Team England athletes Asha Philip, who was drafted into the line-up just moments before the final, and Ashleigh Nelson, the team anchored by Daryll Neita crossed the line in a season’s best time of 42.10.

The men’s 4x100m relay quartet also took silver behind an impressive USA outfit as Adam Gemili, Zharnel Hughes, Richard Kilty and Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake clocked a new European record time of 37.36.

Speaking to BBC Sport about the late inclusion of Philip Asher Smith said: "I think we all handled the pressure between us which is testimony to how much experience we have got as a squad," she told BBC Sport.

"It's been a good champs but obviously it's a team event.”

Women’s Gymnastics team qualify for Tokyo Olympics

The British women’s artistic gymnastics team have secured a qualification spot for next year’s Olympic Games after reaching the team final at the World Championships in Stuttgart.

With a place within the top nine the target for qualification , the team including Team England gymnasts Becky Downie, Georgia-Mae Fenton, Kelly Simm, Alice Kinsella & Taeja James qualified for Wednesday’s final in seventh.

The result means Downie will also compete individually in the uneven bars final, while Alice Kinsella will feature in the all-around final. The men’s team containing Max Whitlock, James Hall, Dom Cunningham & Courtney Tulloch conclude their team qualification this afternoon.