Dwyain Cowan is seen here running in the morning heats of the men's 4x400 metres relay.
The final was in the evening - in fact the last event of the Championships.
Dwyain was timed at 44.1 for his leg in the final.
2017 World Championships. London.
Final men's 4x400 metres relay.
|| Trinidad and Tobago (TTO)
|| Jarrin Solomon, Jereem Richards, Machel Cedenio, Lalonde Gordon
|| United States (USA)
|| Wilbert London III, Gil Roberts, Michael Cherry, Fred Kerley
|| Great Britain (GBR)
|| Matthew Hudson-Smith, Rabah Yousif, Dwayne Cowan, Martyn Rooney
|| Belgium (BEL)
|| Robin Vanderbemden, Jonathan Borlée, Dylan Borlée, Kevin Borlée
Dwyain also ran in the individual 400 metres, qualifying for the semi-finals (45.59 heat).
He had a poor semi (45.96) the slowest of the 24 runners.
Steven Gardiner won Dwyain's semi with a Bahamas record of 43.89.
The British 4x400m team with their bronze medals. Rabah is on the right of the quartet.