Britain's double Olympic champion Mo Farah will be the main draw at Sunday's Grand Prix meeting in Birmingham.
Farah won gold in the 5,000m and 10,000m at the Olympics and is hoping to break Steve Ovett's 1978 two mile world record.
Team GB's long jump champion Greg Rutherford will also be competing against Australia's Mitchell Watt and American Will Claye who won silver and bronze respectively.
A number of local stars will be on display such as Birmingham's high jump bronze medallist Robbie Grabarz.
In the 200m, Britain's Olympic semi-finallist Christian Malcolm and World 100m Junior Champion Adam Gemili will line up.
Other Olympic Champions are in attendance including 100m gold medallist, Jamaican Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce. She will be going up against the silver medallist and 4x100m champion, USA's Carmelita Jeter.
In total, 38 medallists (13 of them gold) from London 2012 will be competing.