The British Athletics Grand Prix is returning to the NIA in Birmingham today.
Two older long-distance runners who've covered thousands of miles between them are being celebrated at a special awards ceremony.
After 100m gold in a Paralympic Record on Monday, Bushell will be looking to provide Shrewsbury with yet another gold post box.
The UK Athletics Championships are underway in Birmingham.
A selection of heats are being run tonight, with the main events taking place over the weekend. But they have been lit up by some high profile performances.
British sprinter Dwain Chambers has set a season's best of 10.06 seconds in the men’s 100m heat, and if he can follow that with another good performance tomorrow he will automatically qualify for next month’s World Championships in Moscow.
Dai Greene was also in action tonight at the Alexander Stadium. He won his men’s 400m hurdles heat in 50.51 seconds, as he looks to get back into form following injury and illness.
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.
Some of the world's best athletes will come to Birmingham when the city stages the 2013 IPC Athletics Grand Prix Final.
The event will take place at the Alexander Stadium on Saturday 29th June, three weeks before the 2013 IPC Athletics World Championships in Lyon, France.
It will be the seventh and final event of the IPC Athletics Grand Prix and is expected to welcome more than 144 athletes competing in 18 events.
Hannah Cockcroft, British gold medal winner at the London 2012 Paralympic Games, said: “I'm so excited to see the UK hosting another world-class athletics event and this time in Birmingham, so even closer to home for me."
The British Athletics Grand Prix is underway at Birmingham's National Indoor Arena (NIA).
Olympic gold medallist, Mo Farah, has returned this year alongside other athletes made famous during the London 2012 Games, including Jamaican field sprinter Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, GB high jumper Robbie Grabarz, and American sprinter Carmelita Jeter.
Britain's Dwain Chambers – one of Europe's fastest sprinters in the history of athletics, is also competing in Birmingham.
Children from Lordswood Boys' School and Lordswood Girls' School, joined Olympic gold medallist Mo Farah, for a Q&A session today at a Birmingham hotel.
Mo Farah is in the Midlands for tomorrow's British Athletics Grand Prix at the National Indoor Arena.