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Women's Discus Final | World Athletics Championships Doha 2019

Watch Athletics Video: Women's Discus Final | World Athletics Championships Doha 2019. Welcome to the World Athletics Watch Party. Remember you can join the conversation on Twitter using the #WatchWorldAthletics hashtag.

Yaime Perez washed away the pain of previous global championship near misses to seal the world title in a compelling battle against her fellow Cuban Denia Caballero.

The 28-year-old Perez finished fourth at the two previous World Championships and no-marked in the Olympic final having led the qualifiers but showing impressive composure inside a pumping Khalifa International Stadium she finally delivered with a best of 69.17m.

The performance was particularly impressive as she had suffered an injury just three days before the competition, which raised big questions marks about her participation.

Her compatriot and 2015 world champion, Denia Caballero, secured silver courtesy of a 68.44m throw to ensure the first women’s discus one-two at a World Championships for 32 years.

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