Copernicus Cup, Torun, Poland, 3 February 2015
World indoor 60m champion Richard Kilty recorded a season’s best to finish 2nd in 6.57 whilst Sean Safo-Antwi finished 3rd in 6.61.
Luke Lennon-Ford finished 4th in his 400m with 47.41 whilst Jamie Bowie and Richard Buck finished 2nd and 3rd with 47.28 and 47.67 in their 400m.
Guy Learmonth finished 5th in his 800m with 1:48.43 whilst Jenny Meadows went top of the world rankings with 1:59.85.
Lucy Hatton smashed her PB to win the 60mH in 8.06.
New Mexico Collegiate Classic, Albuquerque, USA, 6 February 2015
Commonwealth gold medallist Steve Lewis continued to build upon his impressive indoor season with a 5.71m clearance, however the result is altitude assisted.
New York Metropolitan Cup, New York, USA, 6 February 2015
Kate Avery carried her strong cross country performances onto the track, winning the mile in 4:42.85.
Gugi Indoor Meeting, Linz, Austria, 6 February 2015
Serita Solomon set a new PB to finish runner up in her heat with 8.11. She went on to finish 3rd in the final with 8.16.
400mH specialist Sebastian Rodger claimed an impressive victory with a 47.13 clocking.
Texas A&M Aggie Invitational, College Station, USA, 6-7 February 2015
George Caddick shot to second in the UK rankings with an absolute PB of 46.54 to finish second in his race.
LAC Erdgas Meeting, Chemnitz, Germany, 7 February 2015
Richard Kilty equalled his seasons best, finishing second in the 60m with 6.57.
Luke Lennon-Ford finished third in his 400m with 47.74 in a race won by world indoor champion Pavel Maslek in 45.82.
Meeting de Mondeville, Mondeville, France, 7 February 2015
Lawrence Clarke continued his impressive indoor season with a PB of 7.59 to finish 2nd in the race won by Dimitri Bascou of France in 7.51.
IFAM Indoor Meeting, Ghent, Belgium, 7 February 2015
Alison Leonard finished 5th in her 1500m race with 4:14.55 to go to 3rd on the 2015 UK rankings. Melissa Courtney finished 6th with 4:15.49.
Niall Flannery won the rarely run indoor 400mH in 50.64.
Meyo Invitational, Notre Damn, USA, 7 February 2015
Tiffany Porter clocked 7.99 in the 60mH in her heat, and claimed victory in the final with 8.01.
Birmingham Games, Birmingham, UK, 7-8 February 2015
Antonio Infantino took the 200m crown with a 20.97 clocking, a slight improvement on his midweek 21.02 recorded in Finland on 4 February.
The Commonwealth silver medallist Isobel Pooley cleared 1.88m whilst Eden Francis broke the championship best performance in the women’s shot with 15.94m.
Beskydska Latka Indoor Meeting, Trinec, Czech Republic, 8 February 2015
The world junior heptathlon champion Morgan Lake equalled the UK U20 indoor high jump record with 1.89m at her first attempt. Lake attempted 1.92m, but failed on all three attempts.