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The success of athletes in Birmingham is to be immortalised in stone. A new walk of fame is being created at the Alexander Stadium in Perry Barr.

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In pictures: Day two of the Diamond League athletics in Birmingham

Mo Farah passed his biggest test of the year with flying colours as he claimed 5,000 metres victory over a strong field at the Sainsbury's Grand Prix at the Alexander Stadium in Birmingham.

The double Olympic champion faced a stiff challenge, with the world's two fastest 5,000 metres runners – Ethiopian pair Yenew Alamirew and Hagos Gebrhiwet – on the start line.

Mo Farah celebrates after winning the Men's 5000m race Credit: PA
Perri-Shakes Drayton, Christine Ohuruogu and rising star Jessica Judd all claimed victory on the 400m hurdles Credit: PA
Hannah England running in the Women's 1500m Credit: PA
Great Britain's Nathan Douglas in action in the triple jump competition Credit: PA
Great Britain's Gianni Frankis came 4th in the 110m hurdles heats