THERE were no surprises here and the AW medal predictions were unusually 100% correct.
Olympic champion Caster Semenya won her third world title and the Berlin 600m suggests the world record will go if she wants to go full out for it.
Her splits here were an uneven 58.63 and 56.53 and she won by 0.76 in 1:55.16.
She might not have been at her best in her sixth race of the Games.
The standard was high and only in Rome 1987 has there been faster times for second and third.
Lynsey Sharp had a trio of solid races as she confirmed her position among the world elite though this was her first world final and her 1:58.98 was one of the quickest ever last places.
Adelle Tracey ran a pair of PBs at 2:00.28 and 2:00.26.
Caster Semenya: a class