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Summary

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  2. European triple gold medallist Dina Asher-Smith finishes second in women's 200m
  3. GB's Prescod 2nd, Hughes 5th & Ujah 8th in men's 100m final
  4. European champion Laura Muir wins the women's 1000m
  5. GB's Andrew Pozzi finishes fifth in 110m hurdles final, David King eighth
  6. GB's Hudson-Smith finishes second behind US' Kerley in the men's 400m
  7. Greg Rutherford finishes bottom in the men's long jump
  8. Get involved at #bbcathletics

Live Reporting

All times stated are UK

  1. Watch: Prescod second in photo finish

    Men's 100m

    A close finish in the men's 100m!

    Great Britain's Reece Prescod with a late surge and it looked as if he he may have snatched the victory away from Christian Coleman on the finish line.

    The photo finish gives the win to the American.

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    Video caption: Great Britain's Reece Prescod finishes in second in men's 100m
  2. Watch: Asher-Smith finishes second

    Women's 200m

    It's second place in the women's 200m for Great Britain's Dina Asher-Smith.

    The 22-year old finishes behind Bahamian Shaunae Miller-Uibo.

    Here is now the race played out.

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    Video caption: Dina Asher-Smith finishes second in women's 200m
  3. Watch: Muir victorious for Great Britain

    Women's 1000m

    What a final lap from Laura Muir!

    Just when it looked like the British athlete was getting reeled in, she dug deep and pulled away from the rest to take victory for Great Britain at the Birmingham Grand Prix.

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    Video caption: Laura Muir wins women's 1000m for Great Britain
  4. Watch: Hughes second in opening heat race

    Men's 100m

    Great Britain's Zharnel Hughes does enough to qualify for the next stage of the men's 100m.

    The Briton finishes just behind South Africa's Akani Simbine who is victorious in the opening race of the day.

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    Video caption: Zharnel Hughes finishes second in opening heat of men's 100m hurdles
  5. GB interest

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    Britain's European champions Dina Asher-Smith, Zharnel Hughes and Matthew Hudson-Smith are the headline acts in the penultimate Diamond League meeting before the Grand Final.

    Asher-Smith, who completed the sprint double in Berlin, will compete in the 200m at 15:44 BST. European 100m champion Hughes and silver medal-winning team-mate Reece Prescod will line up against the world's best 100m sprinters.

    Hudson-Smith won 400m individual gold and relay silver in Berlin and will look to challenge Iwan Thomas' British national record, which stands at 44.36 seconds.

    Former Olympic, world, European and Commonwealth champion Greg Rutherford will compete in the long jump for the final time before retiring from the sport while Britain's Laura Weightman features in the 1500m after taking bronze in the event at the European Championships.

  6. Birmingham Grand Prix

    Noah Lyles

    The Birmingham Grand Prix follows what was a successful European Championships for the British team and is the penultimate leg of the Diamond League series.

    Britain's finest will get the chance to test themselves against the very best in the world, with the likes of American sprinters Noah Lyles and Michael Rodgers, Kenyan 800m star Emmanuel Kipkurui Korir and Holland's European 5,000m champion Sifan Hassan all scheduled to compete.

    Athletes earn points during the Diamond League series with those accumulating the most points in each event qualifying to compete in the Grand Final, which will be held over two nights in Zurich and Brussels (30-31 September).

    Coverage times

    13:15-16:30 BST - BBC One, connected TVs and online

    Available to UK users only.

  7. Get Inspired: How to get into athletics

    Get Inspired

    #GetInspired

    You might want to be the next Dina Asher-Smith or just want to get fit and see how well you can do - either way, athletics can be the sport for you.

    It includes a huge variety of disciplines, so whether you want to run, jump or throw you can find an activity that suits your capabilities.

    Find local athletics opportunities in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales.

    Plus check out our Get Inspired guide to the main categories of athletics here.

    2014 European Championships 10,000m gold medallist Jo Pavey