Olympic, world and European relay medalist and 11.1s 100m runner Daryll Neita (below) is just one of the standout names set to feature at this Sunday’s Loughborough International Athletics Meeting.
The event pits Britain’s best against one another, with teams representing England, Wales, Scotland, Great Britain juniors, Loughborough, and British universitities (BUCS).
You can catch the action from 11.20am UK time, with a live track stream available here, and field footage available on this page of runjumpthrow.com. Our partners RunnerSpace will be streaming the event for viewers in North America.
European 4x100m champion Richard Kilty features for England, along with European under-20 champion Maya Bruney, who impressed in winning the 400m title at BUCS Outdoors earlier this month (below).
A large number of athletes are expected to feature on return from competing at last month’s Commonwealth Games, including a pair of Gold Coast 2018 bronze medalists. Mark Dry will feature in the hammer for Scotland, while Luke Cutts will wear the vest of England in the pole vault.
Long jumper Dan Bramble is also involved, along with shot putter Rachel Wallader and high jumper Tom Gale. He’ll go up against Scotland’s Allan Smith (below), who came fifth in Australia.
That was the same position as Molly Caudery finished in the pole vault with a new 4.40m PB and she leads a group of exciting junior stars chosen to wear the Great Britain vest this weekend.
Alongside her will be two 18-year-old athletes who won European youth titles in 2016. Isabelle Boffey competes in the 800m and Holly Mills, who has a personal best of 6.31, goes in the long jump.
Mills will go head-to-head with another Commonwealth athlete in the shape of Wales’ Rebecca Chapman. Welsh Athletics has also picked sprinter and bobsleigher Mica Moore (above, left), who was part of Team GB at the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, and 2015 world 4x400m medalist Seren Bundy-Davies.
Full team selections currently available: