Paralympic athletes have been gearing up for their return to the Olympic Stadium as part of the London Diamond League Anniversary Games.
Gold medal winning sprint runner Jonnie Peacock:
Double Paralympic wheelchair racing gold medallist Hannah Cockroft:
Silver medallist track and field Paralympian Stefanie McLeod Reid:
Great race today!! Loved being back at the Olympic stadium again.. Great memories!! Thanks everyone for coming out to support!!
Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt has paid tribute to the "great" London crowd after competing in the Diamond League Anniversary Games athletics meeting at the Olympic Stadium.
He posted a tweet on his Twitter page:
A great few days in London.. The fans were great .. Pure Jamaican energy.. Feel so bless to share… http://t.co/AkdHlL2rKo
Bolt, who won three golds in London last summer, won the 100m event yesterday and today teamed up with his fellow countrymen to win the 4x100m relay.
Olympic heptathlon champion Jessica Ennis-Hill has told ITV News she has "mixed emotions" after making her comeback from injury at the Olympic Stadium.
The 26-year-old competed in the long jump and hurdles at the Anniversary Games but her preparation for the London Diamond League Anniversary Games athletics meeting was hampered by an Achilles tendon injury.
Ennis-Hill said she came through unscathed and the London 2012 gold medallist will now turn her attentions to the upcoming World Championships in Moscow.
Mo Farah has told ITV News it was "emotional" to be back one year on from his two gold medal-winning moments at the Olympic Stadium last summer.
Farah breezed to victory in the 3,000m event at the Anniversary Games in London today and set a new personal best time of 7:36.85.
Britain's Katarina Johnson-Thompson has won the women's long jump event at the Anniversary Games.
Double Olympic champion Jessica Ennis-Hill finished eighth and will now head to Moscow for the World Championships in Moscow.
Double Olympic champion Mo Farah has won the 3,000m event at the Anniversary Games in London.
In front of a capacity crowd at the Olympic Stadium Farah breezed to victory and set a new personal best time of 7:36.85.
Olympic 400m gold and silver medallist Christine Ohuruogu has won the women’s 400m event at the Olympic Stadium in the Anniversary Games in London.
Double Olympic champion Mo Farah will bid for glory in the 3,000m event at the Olympic Stadium today in the London Diamond League 'Anniversary Games' athletics meeting.
The 30-year-old will compete at 16.32 (BST).
Earlier today, Farah's Team GB gold medal-winning colleague, Jessica Ennis-Hill, finished fourth in the 100m hurdles. She will also compete in the long jump later today.
Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt is set to contest the 4x100m relay at 16.50 following his victory in the 100m event yesterday.
Usain Bolt has won the 100m event at the Olympic Stadium in the London Diamond League 'Anniversary Games' athletics meeting.
Bolt, who holds the 100m and 200m titles from the last two Olympics and is the world record-holder at both distances, ran his race in 9.85.