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Summary

  1. Reece Prescod wins men's 100m final (10:09); James Dasaolu finishes second (10.11)
  2. Asha Philip wins women's 100m (11.21); Daryll Neita finishes second (11:25)
  3. Morgan Lake wins women's high jump with PB of 1.96m
  4. Athletes competing for places at August's World Championships in London

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Today's schedule

British Athletics Team Trials

Here's a list of what's coming up at today's trials.

11:47 - M Discus Final

11:50 - W 100m Preliminary Round

12:25 - M 100m Preliminary Round

13:10 - M 400m hurdles Heats

13:14 - W Triple jump Final

13:45 - W Pole vault Final

13:50 - W 100m hurdles Heats

14:15 - M Javelin Final

14:20 - W 400m Heats

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14:45 - W High jump Final

14:50 - W 400m hurdles Heats

15:20 - W 100m Semi Final

15:32 - M Shot Final

15:35 - M 100m Semi Final

15:54 - M 400m Heats

15:58 - M Triple Jump Final

16:05 - W Hammer Final

16:22 - M 3000m steeplechase Final

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16:37 - M 5000m Final

17:01 - W 100m hurdles Final

17:11 - W 100m Final

17:20 - M 100m Final

17:33 - M 800m Heats

18:05 - W 1500m Heats

18:25 - M 1500m Heats

18:55 -W 800m Heats

Who to watch

British Athletics Team Trials

There's a whole host of big names competing at Birmingham this weekend, Dina AsherSmith is expected to be among the favourites for the Women's 100m.

Dwain Chambers and Adam Gemili will be looking to qualify for the Men's 100m final, whilst Asha Philip will be hoping to do the same in the Women's 100m.

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Jazmin Sawyers, Laura Weightma, Adam Gemili and CJ Ujah

Steve Cram

BBC athletics commentator

Olympians in danger, grandstand finishes and unknowns in the limelight - Steve Cram picks the events to watch at the British team trials.

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What is it?

Around 700 athletes will descend on Birmingham across two days, today and tomorrow, for the honour of being crowned British champion and securing a place on the team for the World Championships in London in August.

The first two eligible athletes in each individual trials event will be automatically selected, provided the athlete has the qualifying standard by midnight on 9 July.

Reigning world champions and 2016 Diamond League event series winners are automatically selected.

Dina Asher Smith
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