Schippers, Carter and Jepkoech were among the winners of Super Saturday at The Olympic Park. Daphne Scippers breaks the National Record 10.92
The headlines last weekend may have been dominated by Genzebe Dibaba's world record
The heptathlon star will compete in the 100m hurdles where the quality of the IAAF Diamond League event will pit her against the world’s best.
Jo Pavey on the day she met The Queen
The leading names in female athletic competed today in Birmingham at the Alexander Stadium.
Hassan, Tarmoh and Petrovic were amongst the winners
The British heptathlon record holder is planning to contest both the 100m hurdles and shot put at the Alexander Stadium.
The Commonwealth 5000m bronze medallist will headline a strong women's quartet making the trip to Italy to face Europe's best distance runners.
Felix and Petrovic amongst the winners. Doha 2015
"I hope that I will do well in Eskilstuna and run so fast that I have a chance to challenge the European record for juniors on either distances," she said.
Following her European title in Prague in early March, Johnson-Thompson suffered a knee injury which impacted on her training programme for March and April.
Jess Ennis Hill looked full of energy and positive attitude in her first race back in 2 years.
The world’s best athletes will battle all season long in the series which offers a total of USD$8 million in prize money.
Jo believes the decision to miss this year’s major championships will benefit her in a number of ways in the build-up to the Olympic Games in Rio next year.
The USA Women's relay team smashed it!!!!!!!!!!!! photo Getty Images
The 2008 Olympic champion will take on the world’s best 400m runners at the three-day athletics spectacular
Paula Radcliffe waved almost all the way as she brought her competitive marathon career to an end on Sunday.
Jessica Ennis-Hill has not competed for almost two years and she cannot wait to be back out on the track.
On the track she also set new world records over 1,500-meter and 5,000 T54 to cap a memorable year.
The world’s best athletes are set to head to the Park for the three-day athletics event
Yelena Isinbayeva has her sights set on a spectacular farewell to her record-breaking career.
Jessica Ennis-Hill, the Olympic heptathlon gold medalist, will compete for the first time in nearly two years when she runs in the 100m hurdles at the Great CityGames in Manchester on 9 May.
Nadine Muller won the discus in Leiria to take the senior title for the fourth time at the European Cup Winter Throwing on Sunday.
At halfway in the final, the Dutch star was third, possibly fourth, in a race where Britain's Dina Asher-Smith, the world junior 100m champion in the lane immediately to her right, was in front.
When the next European Athletics Indoor Championships are held in Belgrade in two years' time it is not difficult to guess who will be the face of the championships.
When an athlete goes through those cold winter mornings of training, their minds wander to how good they can be. Katarina Johnson-Thompson looked to the top of the tree.
Isinbayeva, 32, is retiring after the Olympics in Rio in 2016 which she hopes will be a summer where she can stretch her world record of 5.06m.
2011 European Indoor champion Jenny Meadows (coach: Trevor Painter, Wigan AC) used her experience to great effect on day two of the Sainsbury's Indoor British Championships in Sheffield to take gold in the women's 800m.