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Continued from BBC1, live coverage from Birmingham's
Alexander Stadium of the AAA championships, where Britain's top athletes - including sprinters Dwain
Chambers and Mark Lewis-Francis , and long-jumper Jade Johnson - are taking part in trials for places in next month's World championships in Paris. Includes the men's 100m semi-final at 5.30, the women's 100m final at 6.05, the men's 110m hurdle final at 6.15, the women's 400m hurdle final at 6.25, the women's 800m final at 6.35 and the men's 100m final at 6.45.


Presenter: Roger Black
Commentator: Steve Cram
Commentator: Stuart Storey
Commentator: Paul Dickenson
Commentator: Brendan Foster
Commentator: Colin Jackson
Reporter: Sally Gunnell
Editor: Michael Cole
Executive producer: Martin Webster

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