Greece's Olympic champion Ekaterina Stefanidi won the women's pole vault at the IAAF World Championships in London on Sunday.
The 27-year-old vaulted a national record of 4.91 metres for victory in a compelling competition. She failed three times at what would have been a championship record of 5.02m.
American Sandi Morris, the world indoor champion and Olympic silver medallist on countback from Stefanidi in Rio last year, claimed silver with a best of 4.75m, failing once at 4.82 and twice at 4.89.
Robeilys Peinado of Venezuela and Cuba's Yarisley Silva, the defending world champion, shared bronze, with joint bests of 4.65m.