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With Olympic champion Elaine Thompson opting not to race the 200m and Tori Bowie pulling out after winning the 100m, things had looked easier for Schippers but she had to use every inch of her strength to hold off Ta Lou and win in 22.05 seconds.
The Ivorian had lost the 100m final by one hundredth of a second after failing to dip on the line and though she did lean this time she was just behind Schippers in 22.08, still a national record.
Both she and Miller-Uibo are prime faces for the gender equality movement in the country.
Indeed, those who are national female leaders and activists who don’t think they are treated equally in society, ought to express gratitude to Miller-Uibo and Jones for making such a grand gender equality statement though their eyebrow-raising performances.
The 27-year-old was kicked out after pushing Charlene Lipsey when their arms interlocked on the line in the semi-final to initially deny her the chance of racing in Sunday's final.
But British Athletics' appeal was upheld and Sharp, who was taken away in tears, will run in the final as a fastest loser.
Britain's Dina Asher-Smith came agonisingly close to a medal in the women's 200m final at the World Athletics Championships, finishing fourth in a race dominated by Dafne Schippers of the Netherlands.
Schippers retained her world title, leaving Marie-Josee Ta Lou of the Ivory Coast to settle for another hair's breadth silver.
The rebound record followed an All-Star starting selection, a highlight dunk during the Verizon Classic and a breakthrough regular season like few have ever experienced. She and her Sun teammates have advanced to the second round of the WNBA post -season and will play again September 10.
Jones is favored to capture the Most Improved Player Award and she should make the All-WNBA First Team and also the All-Defensive First Team.