A world record, major upsets, nail-biting finals... Sopot 2014 had the lot. Here's a quick race through three days of world indoor action.
Keeping up with the Eatons
“It's hard to break the world record every time. It was a good competition overall, and my wife did well, so it was a good family effort.”
Despite missing out on another world record, Ashton Eaton is in a league of his own in the heptathlon, winning gold with 6632pts. His wife, Canada's Brianne Theisen-Eaton takes silver in the pentathlon.
“I guess I'm like fine wine, getting better with age.”
Chris Brown is 35, and showing no signs of slowing down. The Golden Knight takes 400m silver behind Pavel Maslak. Thinking about Rio yet, Chris?
Silva's hail mary for gold
“In the last jump, I told myself: it is now or never.”
Mauro da Silva saves his best until last in the long jump final, producing a Brazilian indoor record of 8.28cm to clinch gold.
“It is what I work for. It is what I crave every day. I love the competitions, everything about track and field. I love my life. I love my job.”
That's why she's the best in the business. New Zealand shot putter Valerie Adams wins her third world indoor gold by 0.73m.
As the competition heats up in a high quality men's high jump, Ivan Ukhov flirts with danger, Zhang Guowei bares his chest and Mutaz Essa Barshim takes his first major gold by clearing 2.38m.
Ekaterina Koneva on her way to triple jump gold, and we get a great worm's-eye view of the Ergo Arena.
Shelly-Ann strikes again
"I’m not one of those people who check statistics. I just line up and I compete."
Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce absolutely storms out of the blocks to win gold in the women's 60m final. It was the Jamaican athlete's first ever major indoor gold.
"If you're gonna beat me, I like for us all to run fast. I don't like all that sit-and-kick. You don't work all year for that."
Chanelle Price's priceless reaction to winning the 800m in 2:00.09.
"I am just so happy. These are tears of joy in my eyes. My head is like a rollercoaster. I am pleased to win the gold medal, I did not expect this at all.”
Netherlands' Nadine Broersen can't quite believe it. The 23-year-old sets PB's in four of the five events to win pentathlon gold with 4830pts.
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