Almost three months to the day until the World Championships in Athletics begin, perhaps Adam Gemili's best opportunity to win a medal in his home town on the international stage.
He's hoping to be competing against Usain Bolt in his final race before retirement.
Gemili took his first senior title, winning the 200m at the 2014 European Championships and was agonisingly close to bronze at Rio 2016 in the 200m missing out by six-thousandths of a second.
He's come a long way since he first burst onto the scene at the junior championships in Barcelona. As an 18-year-old fresh out of Chelsea Football Club's Academy.
Five years later he hopes home field advantage gives him the edge.
Whatever happens it will be a memorable summer of athletics and Gemili hopes a golden one too.
Adam Gemili will go for 200m glory in Session 9 of the IAAF World Championships on August 10. It is currently among the top three best selling sessions but tickets are still available for what is set to be one of the most exciting races for British sprint fans this summer. For further details click here.