Dwain Chambers disqualified after false start in British Indoors 60m semi-final
|Spar British Athletics Indoor Championships|
|Venue: Arena Birmingham, Birmingham Date: 9-10 February|
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Dwain Chambers was disqualified for a false start in the British Indoors 60m semi-final in Birmingham, ending his European Indoor Championship hopes.
The former world indoor champion, 40, needed a top-two finish and to reach a qualification standard of 6.60 seconds.
Asha Philip finished strongly to win the women's 60m final in 7.19 seconds.
Scotland's Laura Muir raced to the 3,000m title in eight minutes 48.03, pulling away from second-placed Melissa Courtney, who recorded 8:50.61.
In the women's 60m hurdles, heptathlon specialist Katarina Johnson-Thompson finished second in 8.27 seconds as Cindy Ofili sealed victory in 8.16.
The men's 60m was won by 19-year-old Dominic Ashwell in 6.64, narrowly missing the qualifying standard.
He will have another opportunity at next week's Muller Indoor Grand Prix in Birmingham.
Rachel Miller of Thames Valley ran a personal best of 7.20 to finish narrowly behind Philip in the women's 60m and secure a place in her first senior championships.
In the pole vault, Holly Bradshaw claimed victory in her first appearance at the event for five years, recording 4.80m - just the fourth time she has achieved that height.
Chris Baker won the high jump crown by achieving 2.22m, with 16-year-old Dominic Ogbechie of Highgate in second with 2.18m.
Scott Lincoln added a fourth indoor shot put title to his four outdoor crowns after registering 19.06m, comfortably ahead of Woodford Green's Youcef Zatat in second with 17.45m.
Chambers retired in July 2017 and has only competed twice since.
After easing through his opening round on Saturday, he was too fast off the mark in his semi-final.
"I feel like a fossil coming back into the sport again and being resurrected," he said after his disqualification.
"I'm going to walk out there with my tail between my legs, unfortunately, watch how the weekend goes and then review."
Chambers was banned for doping in 2004 but returned to the sport in 2006 and won the 60m world title four years later.
He attempted to break into American football during his two-year doping ban and did so again in 2007, before an unsuccessful trial spell at rugby league club Castleford Tigers in 2008.
He took gold at the World Indoors in Doha in 2010 and bronze two years later in Istanbul but last represented Great Britain in 2014.
The European Indoors take place from 1-3 March in Glasgow.