Olympic high jump champion Ivan Ukhov has explained a slight problem he had with his clothing in last night's final.
The Russian was in a strong position with a number of athletes, including Great Britain's Robert Grabarz, to have cleared 2.29m but then lost his numbered vest.
Speaking after his success, Ukhov said: "I kept jumping higher, but then at the 2.33m bar I could not find my T-shirt with my bib, and Andrey Silnov had to lend me his. I am grateful to the judges that gave me time to look for the T-shirt."
The 26-year-old eventually took gold ahead of America's Erik Kynard as the only man to clear 2.38m, despite wearing a baggy t-shirt.