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Inderjeet Singh of India competes in the men's shot put final during the 15th IAAF World Championships at the National Stadium in Beijing, ChinaReuters

Kenya remained the most decorated team in the recently-concluded IAAF World Athletics Championships 2015 in Beijing as they won seven golds, six silvers, and three bronze medals.

Jamaica, with seven golds and two silvers, occupied the second position, while the United States finished third with six golds. India finished at the bottom of the table with no medals.

Final Day (Highlights)

On the final day of the mega athletic event as well, the top three nations had the last laugh. While Kenya's Asbel Kiprop finished with gold in the 1500m men's final to make his country proud (Click Here for the highlights), the US and Jamaica bossed the finals of the 4x400m relay races.

LaShawn Merritt anchored the 4x400m men's relay finals to land the US another gold, edging past Trinidad and Tobago. Click Here for the highlights.

In the women's relay event, anchor Novlene Williams-Mills pulled out a late 50m dash to boss the event for Jamaica, ahead of the US and Great Britain, to clinch the gold. Click Here for the highlights.

How the Indians fared (Highlights)

For Indians, the high-scale event did not turn out to be a very memorable campaign as none of the athletes could bring home a medal. However, the performances of Lalita Babar, OP Jaisha and Vikas Gowda were praiseworthy.

Babar finished eighth in the women's 3000m steeplechase finals, after breaking her own national record in the qualifiers. She continued to dominate the finals in the majority of laps, but in the closing stages, the other athletes went past her. Click Here for highlights from the women's 3000m steeplechase finals.

Jaisha also smashed her own national record after finishing 18th in the finals of the women's marathon event. Sudha Singh finished 19th in the same event. Click Here for the highlights from the women's Marathon event.

Gowda stood ninth in the finals of the men's Discus Throw event, while Inderjeet Singh finished 11th in the finals of the men's shot put event. Click Here for the highlights from the men's Discus Throw finals.

Click Here for the highlights from the men's Shot Put finals.