In non-distance events, on the final day Team USA won three out of four relays, the men's PV, men's LJ, women's SP, women's javelin,
It was Jornet's sixth time winning the race.
Jamaica had a trio of golds from Jamaica’s Fedrick Dacres (discus), Shericka Jackson (200m) and Shaneika Ricketts (TJ). There were several other championship records including Kyron McMaster in the 400H (48.18).
Duplantis: "I just hope I wake up tomorrow and it’s still real.”
Ben Bloom wrote, "The only possible way any of her inferior rivals could even consider winning was if the race came down to a sprint finish – so Muir very quickly prevented that from happening."
The team of CJ Ujah, Zharnel Hughes, Adam Gemili and Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake ran 37.80 to just miss the championship record by .01.
Duplantis' jump broke the 24-year-old meet record (6.00m) and was a world U20 record as well.
Germany's Gesa Felicitas-Krause got a huge roar from the home crowd kicking home to a 9:19.80 win in the steeple. Poland's Anita Wlodarczyk took her fourth European hammer throw title with a 78.94m meet record. Portugal's Nelson Evora won the men's TJ (17.10m).
Asher-Smith: “When I got the baton I was like ‘not today, today is our day’ and I’m very happy to finish that off for the girls. I saw people and thought ‘not on my watch.’”