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By Saj Chowdhury
BBC Sport at Doha
Since Britains 4x100m relay teams qualified for Saturdays finals dina Asher-Smiths hopes of a third 2019 World Championships medal remained intact.
Britains guys, the defending champions, forced it through their heat with a 2019 world lead time of 37.56 seconds.
Jake Wightman, Josh Kerr and britons Neil Gourley appeared in good shape as they reached Sundays 1500m final.
USAs Dalilah Muhammad set a world record for the second time since she won the womens 400m hurdles final.
Asher-Smith, the 200m champion and 100m silver medallist, will likely soon be attracted into the quartet for its closing after sitting out Fridays warmth.
She relied on Asha Philip, Imani-Lara Lansiquot, Ashleigh Nelson and Daryll Neita and they maintained their composure to deliver the baton safely around in a years best time of 42.25 seconds.
Her exchange by Neita, on the leg, was faultless, although at the World Relays Nelson was included with a error.
Neita told BBC Sport:We have practised so hard. Weve had an incredible camp coming to this. I feel like we are moving away from the technical side and moving into the hope.
We all trust each other. Im really proud people Saturday will be great
Jamaicas quartet, which contained 100m gold medallist Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, won the heat in 42.11.
Defending champions USA won their heat to take their place.
The mens team of Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake, Zharnel Hughes, Richard Kilty and Adam Gemili were also impressive as they won their race with apparent distance between themselves and the Americans, that came third and comprised 100m champion Christian Coleman.
Gemili, fourth in the mens 200m, told BBC Sport:I am actually good. I feel refreshing. Its always an honour. We were searching for salvation, especially myself and Zharnel, after what happened in the people.
Excellent Britain captain Kilty added:We knew the secret to this has been relaxation. I said to the lads at the start – that is just one seamless attempt of carrying the baton round, and weve done that nicely Were full of assurance, relaxed and ready to go again.
Mitchell-Blake stated:Right now weve got to rewrite the history books and focus at what is available right now.
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In the womens 400m hurdles, Muhammad held off compatriot Sydney McLaughlin at a thrilling final.
The 29-year-old earned in 52.16 minutes – 0.04 faster compared to the time she place in July.
McLaughlin, 20, made a brilliant late sprint to clock 52.23, which is the third fastest ever.
Jamaicas Rushell Clayton took bronze 53.74.
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