Scot Laura Muir smashes Kirsty Wade's 31-year-old British record to win the women's indoor mile in Birmingham.
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- Taking place at Arena Birmingham
- Laura Muir breaks 31-year-old British record in women's mile
- Ethopia's Samuel Tefera wins men's 1500m with world indoor record time
- GB's Shelayna Oskan-Clarke wins women's 800m final; Holly Bradshaw (GB) victorious in women's pole vault
- GB's Eilidh Doyle finishes second in women's 400m final with season best time
- China's Su Bingtian wins in men's 60m final as GB's Reece Prescod secures lifetime best
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Laura Muir aims to make up for the disappointment of Glasgow 2014 by defending both of her European Indoor Championships titles on home soil.
The Birmingham Indoor Grand Prix is ranked as the world’s number one indoor athletics event and often welcomes some of the sport’s biggest names, with Sir Mo Farah and Dina Asher Smith among those to take part in recent years.
This year is no different, with European 1500m champion Laura Muir set to compete in the women’s mile just a week after victory in the 3000m at the British Athletics Indoor Championships.Copyright: Getty Images
Following a fourth consecutive 60m title at last weekend's meet, GB sprinter Asha Philip is in action once again in the same event. She lines up as part of a star-studded field including Jamaica's double Olympic champion Elaine Thompson and the Ivory Coast's Marie-Josée Ta-Lou, who took 60m silver at last year's World Indoor Championships.
In the men's event, European silver medallist Reece Prescod heads a strong British contingent which also includes CJ Ujah and Richard Kilty.
In the field events, GB's Holly Bradshaw & Jade Ive feature in the pole vault alongside Greece's Katerina Stefanidi, who took gold at Rio 2016, while Jazmin Sawyers is in women's long jump.Copyright: Reuters
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You can watch live coverage of the Birmingham Indoor Grand Prix from 13:15-16:30 GMT on BBC One and the BBC Sport website on Saturday, 16 February.
The live action will be followed by a Forum on the Red Button from 16:25 GMT.
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