British Championships: Scot Chris O'Hare wins 1500m
British Championships and World Trials
- Alexander Stadium, Birmingham
- 12-14 July 2013
- Live from 1400 BST on BBC One on Saturday and 1400 BST on BBC Two on Sunday, as well as coverage on BBC Radio 5 live, online, mobiles and the BBC Sport app.
Chris O'Hare won Saturday's final of the 1500m at the British Championships in Birmingham.
Fellow Scot Emma Nuttall, currently based in Canada, claimed gold in the high jump event.
Andrew Lemoncello had won the 10,000m on Friday but his time of 29:28.72 was outside the World Championship qualifying standard.
Edinburgh-based hammer thrower Andy Frost picked up gold while Kirsty Law collected a silver in the discus.
And Kirsty Yates was the bronze medallist in the shot-putt.
Also on Saturday, Emily Dudgeon recorded a season's best 2:04.22 as she came fifth in the 800m final, with Claire Gibson coming seventh.
Kirsten McAslan came fifth in the women's 400m final with a personal best of 52.85 and Gemma Nicol was seventh.
European indoor gold medallist Eilidh Child goes in the final of the 400m hurdles on Sunday, with Jamie Bowie, who ran yet another personal best in the heats, in the final of the men's event after winning his semi-final.