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Various athletics events are presented live and free across the BBC. Gabby Logan and Ore Oduba normally present the coverage.
Highlights of the 2017 Great Manchester Run. A new half-marathon race sees close to 10,000 taking to the streets ahead of the 10k.
Gabby Logan introduces highlights from the fourth leg of the Diamond League series in Rome. The famous Stadio Olimpico is the backdrop as a host of Olympic and world champions take part. Among those competing are American Justin Gatlin, who is bidding for a fifth consecutive win in the 100m at this event, while triple Rio medallist Andre de Grasse of Canada goes in the 200m against France's Christophe Lemaitre. Britain's double European indoor champion Laura Muir faces a tough field in the 1500m, which includes Olympic champion Faith Kipyegon and world indoor champion Sifan Hassan. Plus there is a fascinating clash between two world record-holders, with Ethiopians Genzebe Dibaba and Almaz Ayana doing battle in the 5000m, a distance at which Ayana won in Rome in 2016 with the second-fastest time in history.
Gabby Logan presents highlights from the fifth leg of this season's Diamond League, in Oslo. Featuring amongst a stellar line-up at the Bislett Stadium is reigning world champion Dafne Schippers, who will aimto defend her 200m Oslo crown on her 25th birthday. In the men's 400m, Norway's young gun Karsten Warholm faces off against America's current Olympic and two-time world champion Kerron Clement, while triple Rio medallist Andre De Grasse, from Canada, will strive to secure back-to-back Oslo titles in the 100m.
Gabby Logan introduces highlights of the sixth leg of this season's Diamond League series at the Stockholm Olympic Stadium.
In the discus, German brothers Robert and Christoph Harting, the 2012 and 2016 Olympic champions respectively, clash with 2016's world-leading thrower Daniel Stahl. Canadian sprinter Andre de Grasse is among the star attractions in the 100m as the Olympic bronze medallist makes his debut in the Sweden event. Kiwi pole vault sensation Eliza McCartney is also set to compete as she continues her rise having won a bronze medal at the Rio Olympics in 2016.
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