1. ITV Report

60 British athletes named to compete at World Championships

British Athletics has today named a 60 strong team for the IAAF World Championships in Moscow, Russia 10-19 August.

Leading the charge for medals in Russia will be Double Olympic Champion Mo Farah (Alberto Salazar) in the 5000m and 10000m who receives an automatic place in the men’s 5000m as defending IAAF world champion.

Farah will be attempting to become the first Briton to retain a world title whilst Olympic silver medallist and Sainsbury’s British Championships 400m winner Christine Ohuruogu (Lloyd Cowan) will look to regain the title she won in 2007.

Here is the full list:

Dwaine Chambers. Credit: Martin Rickett/PA Wire

100m:

Mens:

  • Harry Aikines Aryeetey (Rana Reider);
  • Dwain Chambers (Reider);
  • James Dasaolu (Steve Fudge);

Womens

  • Asha Philip (Christine Bowmaker)

200m:

Mens:

  • James Ellington (Reider);
  • Adam Gemili (Michael Afilaka);
  • Delano Williams (Neil Harrison);
Great Britain's Jodie Williams. Credit: Tony Marshall/EMPICS Sport

Womens

  • Anyika Onuora (Reider);
  • Jodie Williams (Stanley Madiri);

400m:

Mens:

  • Nigel Levine (Linford Christie);
Christine Ohuruogu (Newham and Essex Beagles) during the women's 200 Metres heats. Credit: Nigel French/EMPICS Sport

Womens

  • Christine Ohuruogu (Lloyd Cowan);

800m:

Mens

  • Andrew Osagie (Craig Winrow)
  • Michael Rimmer (Norman Poole);

Womens

  • Jessica Judd (Rob Denmark);
  • Laura Muir (Andy Young);
  • Marilyn Okoro (Johnny Gray);

1500m:

Mens

  • Chris O’Hare (Steve Gulley);

Womens

  • Hannah England (Bud Baldaro);
  • Laura Weightman (Steve Cram);
Mo Farah. Credit: PA

5000m:

  • Mo Farah (Alberto Salazar);

10,000m:

  • Mo Farah (Salazar);

110mH:

Mens

  • William Sharman (Jerzy Maciukiewicz);
William Sharman (Belgrave Harriers) during the Men's 110 Metres Hurdles heats. Credit: Nigel French/EMPICS Sport

Womens

  • Tiffany Porter (Reider);

400mH:

Mens

  • Dai Greene (Malcolm Arnold),
  • Sebastian Rodger (Stephen King)
  • Rhys Williams (Adrian Thomas);

Womens

  • Meghan Beesley (Nick Dakin);
  • Eilidh Child (Arnold);
  • Perri Shakes Drayton (Chris Zah);

3000mSC:

Mens

  • James Wilkinson (Philip Townsend);

Womens

  • Eilish McColgan (Liz McColgan);

Long Jump:

Mens

  • TBA;
Shara Proctor (Birchfield Harriers) goes onto win the Women's Long Jump Final. Credit: Nigel French/EMPICS Sport

Womens

  • Shara Proctor (Reider);
  • Lorraine Ugen (Frank Attoh);

High Jump:

Mens

  • Robbie Grabarz (Fayyaz Ahmed);
Robbie Grabarz (Newham and Essex Beagles) on his way to winning the Men's High Jump Final. Credit: Nigel French/EMPICS Sport

Womens

  • Sophie Hitchon (Tore Gustafsson);

Pole Vault:

  • Steve Lewis (Dan Pfaff);
Jessica Ennis of Great Britain competes during the Women's Pentathlon Long Jump event in 2012. Credit: Bernd Thissen dpa

Heptathlon

  • Jessica Ennis (Toni Minichiello);
  • Katarina Johnson-Thompson (Mike Holmes);

Discus Throw:

  • Brett Morse (Andy Brittan);

Decathlon:

  • Ashley Bryant (Ian Grant);

4x100m:

Mens

  • Aikines Aryeetey (Reider);
  • Chambers (Reider);
  • Dasaolu (Fudge);
  • Ellington (Reider);
  • Gemili (Afilaka);
  • Richard Kilty (Christie)
  • Andrew Robertson (Daniel Cossins);
  • Deji Tobais (Jonas Tawiah Dodoo);

Womens

  • Hayley Jones (Donald Moss),
  • Annabelle Lewis (Roger Walters),
  • Ashleigh Nelson (Afilaka), Bianca Williams (Cowan),
  • Dina Asher Smith (John Blackie);
  • Williams (Madiri);

4x400m:

Mens

  • Michael Bingham (George Williams);
  • Jamie Bowie (Piotr Haczek)
  • Luke Lennon Ford (Christie);
  • Levine (Christie);
  • Martyn Rooney (Reider);
  • Conrad Williams (Christie);
  • Delano Williams (Harrison)

Womens

  • Margaret Adeoye (Christie),
  • Child (Arnold);
  • Shana Cox (George Williams),
  • Kirsten McAslan (Trevor Painter),
  • Kelly Massey (Stephen Ball),
  • Christine Ohuruogu (Cowan),
  • Victoria Ohuruogu (Cowan)
  • Onuora (Reider);
  • Shakes Drayton (Zah).