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MONZA, Italy -- Lewis Hamilton took the all-important pole position for the Italian Grand Prix on Saturday, beating Mercedes teammate Nico Rosbergs time by nearly half a second in a commanding performance.Since 2000, the pole sitter has won 13 of 16 races in Monza and each of the past six years -- with Hamilton himself taking three of those victories.That means the pole has been more important in Italy recently than Monaco, where the top qualifier has won only 11 of the last 17 years.Featuring long straights and the highest speeds in F1 -- up to 355 kph (220 mph) -- theres plenty of space to overtake but aerodynamics make it a challenge.It is obviously a track you can overtake on but for some reason you need a second advantage (of speed) on the car in front to be able to really put the overtaking maneuver into action, Hamilton said of the storied Monza track, which has hosted more F1 racing than any other circuit.With these long straights the turbulence lasts for a long time and the closer you get, the less downforce you have.Hamilton finished 0.478 ahead of Rosberg.That last lap felt incredible, Hamilton said. Ive got it right in the sweet spot and was able to do an exceptional time with it.The Ferraris followed, with Sebastian Vettel eight tenths back in third and Kimi Raikkonen nearly a second behind in fourth.Were just not quick enough yet, Vettel said, after Ferrari finished further behind Mercedes than in last years qualifying. Its up to us to catch up.Hamilton joined F1 greats Juan Manuel Fangio and Ayrton Senna with a record five poles at Monza.I feel incredibly proud and honored to be up amongst Senna and Juan Manuel -- incredible drivers -- and I never thought my name would be mentioned in the same sentence as theirs, Hamilton said. So Im very proud of that.It was Hamiltons 56th career pole and the British driver also ended Rosbergs run of three straight poles this season.I had a decent weekend until now and got some good laps in today and (was) just not quick enough, Rosberg said. The problem was that I think (Hamilton) had his best qualifying in a long time.Hamiltons championship lead over Rosberg was cut to nine points after Rosberg won last weekends Belgian GP.On Sunday, Hamilton will be aiming to become the first driver since Fangio in 1955 to win at Monza three consecutive years.Valtteri Bottas in a Williams qualified fifth, followed by the Red Bulls of Daniel Ricciardo and Max Verstappen.Conditions were sticky, with the track at 40 Celsius (104 Fahrenheit) and the air at 29 C (84 F).Williams Felipe Massa -- who announced Thursday he will retire at the end of this season -- and McLarens Fernando Alonso and Jenson Button were among those eliminated in Q2.I didnt feel the power, losing on the straights unfortunately, Alonso said.Esteban Ocons Manor car stopped at the first chicane in Q1 and Kevin Magnussens Renault was again all over the track, as both were eliminated early on.---Andrew Dampf on Twitter: Mario Gotze Jersey .Y. -- The Buffalo Sabres have placed centre Cody Hodgson on injured reserve and recalled two players from their AHL affiliate in Rochester. 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Fraser-Pryce blasted out of the blocks, heard Olympic champion Allyson Felix scream and fall to the track behind her with a torn right hamstring, and held off Murielle Ahoure of Ivory Coast and Blessing Okagbare of Nigeria to take her second gold by winning the 200 metres. Now, the 100 and 200 champion has the 4x100 relay to go to get her first triple at a major event. Bolt already has three of those and easily qualified for Saturdays 200 final. The big clash between Fraser-Pryce and Felix never materialized. The American was slow out of the blocks and never made up ground before she started limping at high speed and falling to the track. "I was definitely looking for the fact that she was behind me. I was a little nervous at the same time, because I know that she is a closer of course and she is very strong," Fraser-Pryce said. "I heard when she screamed out but I was really focused," the Jamaican added. "I decided I was running that corner and I didnt care who you were, if you were Usain Bolt behind me, I couldnt care less. I was running like my life depended on it." As Fraser-Pryce celebrated another major win for Jamaica, Felix had her face contorted in pain. Minutes later, when the Jamaican started dancing to Bob Marleys "One Love," Felix was carried off the Luzhniki Stadium track in the arms of her brother Wes. While Bolt and Fraser-Pryce can still win more, Mo Farah of Britain finished another championship with a long-distance double. The 5,000-10,000 gold medallist from the London Olympics again proved there is no match for his finish after a long race, kicking for home to win the 5,000 after a first gold on the opening day of the world championships. Over an exhilarating last lap, Farah held off Hagos Gebrhiwet of Ethiopia and Isiah Koech to make him the defining long distance runner of his age. "Theres not many athletes who have done that," Farah said. "Only the great Kenenisa Bekele, who has achieved so many things, and to be able to achieve what he has achieved is just an honour." Bolts qualifying run in his favourite event was more complicated than it seemed at first. After he won the 100 on Sunday, he dropped a starting block on his foot during practice and said it was still tender. "I just dropped it on my foot. It wasnt on purpose. It was just a mistake," Bolt said. "I was in training, and I was moving it and dropped it on my foot." With only two assured qualification spots from his heat, the 100 champion switched into a higher gear at the end of his race when, unexpectedly, Anaso Jobodwana appeared on his left shoulder.dddddddddddd Bolt momentarily gritted his teeth but soon turned them into a grin as he held off the South African and took first place in his semifinal heat in 20.12 seconds. He never showed any unease about his right foot. "At the last minute when I started slowing down, I heard South Africa on my inside," Bolt said. "I didnt want to lose the race so I picked up the speed again." Curtis Mitchell was the top qualifier in 19.97 with a personal best time, but saw all his American teammates eliminated from the final. Isiah Young missed it by .03 seconds. Bolt was joined in the final by Jamaican teammates Nickel Ashmeade and Warren Weir. If Bolt wins, he goes into the 4x100 relay seeking to win three golds at the worlds for the second time, matching his feat at the last two Olympics. And after three silver medals on Thursday, the United States was ready to get in that golden mood again. But even if LaShawn Merritt added the 4x400 gold to the individual title by anchoring the relay team, the U.S. fell short in the mens shot put and long jump. Favourite Ryan Whiting, the seasons top performer, took silver with a toss of 21.57 metres, losing to David Storl of Germany, who retained his title with a throw of 21.73. And despite a big tradition in the long jump, the U.S. failed to medal. Aleksandr Menkov of Russia won, beating Ignisious Gaisah of the Netherlands with a world leading effort. Russia got off to a great start when Olympic hammer throw champion Tatyana Lysenko set a world championship record to retain her title, edging 2009 gold medallist Anita Wlodarczyk of Poland. In a seesaw competition, Lysenko finally got the upper hand with a throw of 78.80 metres on her fourth attempt, edging Wlodarczyk by a mere 34 centimetres. In the gold medal standings, both the United States and Russia had five gold going into the closing weekend but the Americans had 16 overall, compared to 11 for the host nation. Off the track, pole vault great Yelena Isinbayeva backed off from her comments criticizing homosexuality. 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