Several London athletes have clinched their places at the 2012 Olympics after performing well at the trials in Birmingham.
Sprinter Dwain Chambers is on the verge of going to the Olympics after winning the British 100m title yesterday.
Saturday evening is a crucial one for London athletes hoping to book their place at the Olympics.
Mo Farah comfortably won his heat in the 1500m at the Olympic trials.
Mo normally runs the 5000m and 10,000m but chose to practise with the 1500m. To a roaring crowd he ran the final 100m managing to spell out Mo with his arms in what's called the "Mobot" - a moved suggested/created by James Cordon.
– Mo Farah, British runner
That was nice and comfortable. It felt good.
It’s nice to see people coming out on a Friday night after work with the kids. For me tonight was just about getting a good race in and that was it."