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Live Reporting

All times stated are UK

  1. Who are the ones to watch?

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    Video caption: Dina Asher-Smith finishes second to Shaune Miller-Uibo in the 200m at the Birmingham Grand Prix

    The best of Britain head to Birmingham's Alexander Stadium in the hopes of booking their spot at the World Championships in Doha.

    Triple European champion Dina Asher-Smith is fresh off the back of a second-place finish in the 200m at the Birmingham Grand Prix but will contest the 100m where she will look to defend her title after clocking a Championship record on the way to victory in 2018.

    In the men's equivalent, Zharnel Hughes is huge favourite to claim his first British 100m title.

    Hughes' time of 9.95 seconds at the London Anniversary Games makes him the fastest man in the field, and he will seek to complete the sprint double by winning the 200m.

    Laura Muir will miss out once again as the Scot continues to recover from an injury sustained at the London Anniversary Games in July.

    Key events: 100m finals - women's 16:46 and men's 16:56

  2. BBC coverage times

    All times BST and subject to change

    Saturday, 24 August

    15:00-17:00 - Live coverage, BBC Red Button

    Sunday, 25 August

    14:00-17:00 - Live coverage, BBC Two

    17:00-17:20 - Athletics Forum debate, BBC iPlayer, Red Button, Connected TVs and BBC Sport website

  3. Put your best foot forward...

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    Video caption: Welsh race walker Bethan Davies on why the sport deserves more respect

    Speed up walking and you get race walking.

    The event will take centre stage at the British Athletics Championships, with the men's and women's 5,000m walk kicking off proceedings at the Alexander Stadium in Birmingham on Sunday.

    It's a healthy sport, suitable for all ages and initial levels of fitness.

    It has all the cardiovascular benefits of running or jogging with very few of the risks of joint and muscle injury.

    There are a few dedicated Race Walking clubs but most walkers head to normal athletics clubs.

    All you need is a pair of trainers to get started and someone to teach you the proper technique.