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world championships team trials 2017

World Championships Team Trials

World Championships Team Trials 2017 | Alexander Stadium | Birmingham | 1 - 2 July 2017

The best of Britain will descend on Birmingham from 1st - 2nd July as they compete for the prestigious honour of being crowned British Champion as well as a place on the team for the IAAF World Championships in London.

With the World Championships taking place on home turf in August, competition for places on the British Athletics team will be fiercer than ever.

The Alexander Stadium has played host to some memorable British Championships moments over the years and 2016 was no different as 'finals day' on the Sunday saw thrilling victories for the likes of Dina Asher-Smith, Laura Muir, Matthew Hudson-Smith and Adam Gemili.

Around 700 athletes from across the country will compete over two days with the majority of finals being settled during a scintillating afternoon of athletics on the Sunday.

In order to give athletes the best possible preparation for the IAAF World Championships, British Athletics has taken the decision to move the events previous held on the Friday evening into Saturday's programme, meaning the event will now take place on 1-2 July.

The timetable has been altered to accommodate the change and will be released in due course, there will now only be two round of the men's 400m.  We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.

The timetable for the World Championships Team Trials 2017 can be viewed by clicking the file below

  • You may notice a significant police and security presence at the event as we work closely with our agencies and partners to ensure the safety and security of those attending.

  • Please minimise the amount of possessions you bring with you to the event. Our security provision for the event will include searching.

  • We remind you of the need for all of us to remain vigilant. Please enjoy your journey to the event and report anything which causes you any concern immediately.