Ivory Coast's Murielle Ahoure powered to victory to win gold in the 60 metres gold and then explains to the BBC Sport team why she celebrated with an Ireland flag.
- World-record holder Christian Coleman wins 60m gold in 6.37 seconds
- GB's Laura Muir wins silver in 1500m - her second medal of the Championships
- Fellow Briton Eilidh Doyle wins 400m bronze
- Elliott Giles loses 800m bronze after Windle overturns disqualification
- GB's CJ Ujah disqualified from 60m semi-finals
- Pozzi & King reach Sunday's 60m hurdles final
Great Britain's Eilidh Doyle wins bronze in the women's 400m final in the World Indoor Championships.
GB's CJ Ujah is disqualified for a false start in the 60m semi-finals at the Indoor Athletics Championships in Birmingham.
17:30-21:30, BBC Two & Red Button (17:30-19:00, BBC Two Wales) & 18:00-21:30, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra
This evening's action features the final of the men's 60m, 400m and 800m, plus the women's 400m and 1500m.
The weather may be chilly, but the athletics season hots up when the world's best descend on Birmingham for the World Indoor Championships.
With a tighter 200m track, with a 60m straight and the field events crammed into the middle, it promises to be a frenetic four days of action.
But which are the events that stand out?
Former hurdler Colin Jackson, whose list of major championships medals includes four at the World Indoor Championships, has picked out the races he is really looking forward to.
You can read his article here.
The BBC has live coverage of all four days of the World Indoor Athletics Championships from 1-4 March in Birmingham.
American Christian Coleman is hot favourite to win the men's 60m gold after he broke the 20-year-old 60m indoor world record clocking 6.34 seconds at the US Indoor Championships.
It eclipsed Maurice Greene's mark of 6.39 seconds in 1998 and 2001, although Coleman's run needs to be ratified by the IAAF, the world governing body.
British medal hopefuls include Katarina Johnson-Thompson (pentathlon) and European indoor champions Laura Muir (1500m and 3,000m), Asha Philip (60m) and Andrew Pozzi (60m hurdles), who all confirmed their places with wins at the British Indoor Championships last month.
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