A star-studded field is on show in Birmingham as the National Indoor Arena hosts the British Indoor Grand Prix. The quality of the event is such that it is regarded as the best indoor meeting in the world, featuring the cream of British athletics talent and a whole host of global superstars.
Last year, a sell-out crowd watched double Olympic and world champion Mo Farah seal an impressive 3,000m, and there were also British successes for pole vaulter Holly Bleasdale, long jumper Shara Proctor and track stars Michael Rimmer, Helen Clitheroe and Nigel Levine.
The best of British will be once more on display, with athletes aiming to impress ahead of the World Indoor Championships in March. Leading the international challenge at the NIA is Olympic and world 100m champion Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce.
Phil Jones presents the action and Andrew Cotter leads the commentary, with Colin Jackson, Denise Lewis and Paula Radcliffe providing expert analysis.