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Summary

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  2. Coverage provided by British Athletics
  3. Laura Muir wins women's 3,000m gold; Asha Philip wins her fourth successive national 60m title
  4. Katarina Johnson-Thompson takes silver in women's 60m hurdles final, Cindy Ofili wins gold
  5. Michael Puplampu wins men's triple jump final; Naomi Ogbeta secures women's title; Holly Bradshaw takes women's pole vault gold
  6. Chris Baker takes men's high jump title; Scott Lincoln wins men's shot put title

Live Reporting

All times stated are UK

  1. Philip wins fourth consecutive 60m title

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    Video caption: Asher Philip wins fourth consecutive 60m title

    GB sprinter Asher Philip secures her fourth successive national 60m title on day one of the British Athletics Indoor Championships in Birmingham.

  2. Chambers, 40, disqualified in semi-final

    Dwain Chambers

    Former world champion Dwain Chambers, 40, is disqualified after a false start in his 60m semi-final at the British Indoors in Birmingham.

    Chambers, 40, disqualified in semi-final

    Dwain Chambers

    Former world champion Dwain Chambers, 40, is disqualified after a false start in his 60m semi-final at the British Indoors in Birmingham.

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  3. What, when, where & how

    What is it?

    British Indoor Athletics Championships

    Where will it be held?

    Arena Birmingham

    When is it taking place?

    Saturday and Sunday, 9-10 February

    How can I watch it?

    The BBC will show live coverage of both days. Action will be broadcast on the BBC Sport app on Connected TV and on the BBC Sport website, as well as on catch-up via the BBC iPlayer.

    Saturday, 9 February

    12:00-19:00, Connected TV and online

    Sunday, 10 February

    12:00-18:00, Connected TV and online

  4. What is Saturday's schedule?

    Saturday schedule
  5. Who are the ones to watch?

    Asha Philip

    Sprinter Asha Philip will hope to clinch a fourth successive 60m title, while European 200m silver medallist Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake goes up against former world indoor champion Dwain Chambers in the men's sprint.

    In the field events, long jumper Jazmin Sawyers aims to add to the gold medal she won in 2016 and Morgan Lake goes for a fourth consecutive high jump title.

    Laura Muir

    Laura Muir, who won medals in the 1500m and 3,000m when the World Indoor Championships were held in Birmingham last year, is part of a strong Scottish contingent hoping to book a place in the British team for the European Indoor Championships in Glasgow next month.

    Others include Andrew Butchart, Eilidh Doyle, Eilish McColgan, Chris O'Hare and Lynsey Sharp.

  6. Try our very tricky, exceedingly British quiz

    Think you know how many crumpets Greg Rutherford can jump over? Or how many £1 coins KJT can clear?

    Try our British athletics quiz over here.

    Greg Rutherford & KJT
  7. Get Inspired: How to get into athletics?

    Get Inspired

    #GetInspired

    Jo Pavey

    You might want to be the next Mo Farah, 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 you.

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