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  1. Greg Rutherford wins long jump with 7.80m on his competitive return from injury
  2. Katarina Johnson-Thompson is victorious in the women's long jump
  3. Andrew Pozzi takes victory in the men's 60m hurdles final
  4. Chijindu Ujah also wins in men's 60m final

Live Reporting

All times stated are UK

Evenings events schedule

Here is the planned schedule of events for this evening:

17:05 Women’s 60m hurdles final

17:15 Men’s 60m hurdles final

17:25 Women’s 60m final

17:35 Men’s 60m final

17:45 Women’s 3,000m final

18:00 Men’s 1500m heats

18:20 Women’s 400m semi-final

18:30 Men’s shot put final

18:35 Men’s 400m semi-final

18:50 Women’s 1500m heats

Afternoon events schedule

Here is the planned schedule of events for this afternoon:

12:00 Women’s 60m heats

12:30 Men’s long jump final

12:35 Men’s 60m heats

13:15 Women’s 400m heats

13:47 Women’s pole vault final

13:50 Men’s 400m heats

14:25 Women’s 60m hurdles heats

15:00 Men’s 60m hurdles heats

15:35 Women’s 60m semi-final

15:50 Men’s 60m semi-final

16:08 Women’s long jump final

16:12 Men’s 800m heats

16:40 Women’s 800m heats

GB interest

On Saturday Laura Muir heads the women’s 3000m field after setting a new Scottish indoor 800m record in Glasgow in January.

British sprinter CJ Ujah, who won a gold medal in the World Championships last year with the men's 4x100m team, will be the favourite in men’s 60m but will face strong competition other GB talent in Richard Kilty and Ojie Edoburun.

Elsewhere, world silver relay medalists Asha Philip and Daryll Neita go head-to-head in in the women’s 60m and Katrina Johnson-Thompson competes in the long jump, an event she won a world indoor silver medal in four years ago.

What are the British Indoor Athletics Championships?

The best British athletes compete in eight track and five field events at the Arena Birmingham where they aim to set qualifying standards for the World Indoor Championships which take place on the 25 February, along with preparing for the Commonwealth Games in Australia this April.

Get Inspired: How to get into athletics

You might want to be the next Mo Farah, or just want to get fit and see how well you can do - either way, athletics can be the sport for you.

It includes a huge variety of disciplines, so whether you want to run, jump or throw you can find an activity that suits you.

Visit our Get Inspired guide to see which discipline suits you here.

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