Next Episode of Athletics is
Season 2017 / Episode 18 and airs on 22 July 2017 13:15
Various athletics events are presented live and free across the BBC. Gabby Logan and Ore Oduba normally present the coverage.
Gabby Logan has all the action from the Diamond League, as the tour moves on to Lausanne.
On the track, world record-holder Wayde van Niekerk will run his first 400m of the season on European soil against a stellar field. Meanwhile the USA's Justin Gatlin and Jamaica's Asafa Powell will battle for the gold in the 100m.
Dutch star Dafne Schippers will take on American Tori Bowie in the hotly anticipated women's 200m and world champion Genzebe Dibaba will be trying to break her own Diamond League record over 1500m.
Gabby Logan presents live action from the London Anniversary Games, as Great Britain's finest athletes take on star names from around the world.
Katarina Johnson-Thompson, Laura Muir, Greg Rutherford and Sir Mo Farah are among those looking to hone their performances with the World Championships only weeks away.
Last year's event saw American Kendra Harrison break a 28-year-old world record in the 100m hurdles with an astonishing time of 12.20 seconds.
Gabby Logan introduces live coverage of the London Anniversary Games, where a host of British athletes compete in a star-studded field ahead of the World Championships.
Mo Farah returns to the scene of his double Olympic 2012 triumph to run in the 5,000m and 10,000m, and Katarina Johnson-Thompson and Greg Rutherford are also competing. Six-time Paralympic champion David Weir competes in his final race, fittingly in the stadium which saw him win a trio of gold medals at London 2012.
Gabby Logan presents highlights of the tenth round of the 2017 Diamond League from Rabat. With the trip to Morocco coming three weeks before the World Championships in London, the world's best athletes are desperate to find form in north Africa. Rabat made its Diamond League debut last year when the 14-meeting global series headed to Africa for the first time.
Gabby Logan introduces highlights from the 11th leg of the 2017 Diamond League series in Monaco.
Jamaican superstar Usain Bolt headlines a star-studded field, with the eight-time Olympic gold medallist running in the 100m as he fine tunes his preparations for August's World Championships in London.
Other stand-out names competing at the Stade Louis II include pole vault world record-holder Renaud Lavillenie; reigning 1500m world champion Asbel Kiprop; and world and Olympic triple jump champion Caterine Ibarguen.
Following on from the huge success of the 2012 Olympic Games, London is again the host city as the world's finest athletes gather for fierce competition on track and field as Gabby Logan looks ahead to the World Athletics Championships.
The greatest sprinter of all time, Jamaica's Usain Bolt, is expected to make his final appearance at these championships as the eight-time Olympic champion and fastest man on the planet goes for yet more glory in the 100m.
Other superstars on show include Britain's finest-ever distance runner Mo Farah, who will attempt to add to his historic ‘triple-double' in the 5000m and 10,000m after winning both races at London 2012, the 2015 World Championships in Beijing and 2016 Rio Olympics.
Gabby Logan kicks off nine days of athletics, introducing the opening ceremony of the World Athletics Championships, as London prepares to host its biggest event since the glorious success of the 2012 Olympic Games.
The highlight of tonight's schedule will see Britain's finest-ever distance runner Mo Farah go for another gold in the men's 10,000 metres.
The event promises to provide a send-off to Usain Bolt, as the eight-time Olympic champion looks to sign off in his last major event by adding to 11 world championship gold medals.
Coverage continues on BBC One at 7pm, with expert analysis provided by eight-time world champion Michael Johnson.
The commentary team is led by 1500m world gold medallist Steve Cram along with marathon world record holder Paula Radcliffe, Olympic heptathlon champion Denise Lewis, double 110m hurdles world champion Colin Jackson, former javelin world record holder Steve Backley, Brendan Foster and Andrew Cotter.
Reaction and analysis from the opening session of the World Athletics Championships in London, where world record holder Usain Bolt began his bid for a 12th gold medal in what is expected to be his final appearance at a major championship.
Elsewhere on the track Britain's defending champion Mo Farah was running for gold in the 10,000m, while double-European champion Laura Muir was also in action in the heats of 1500m.
Expert analysis is provided by eight-time world champion Michael Johnson, while a stellar commentary team is led by 1500m world gold medallist Steve Cram along with marathon world record holder Paula Radcliffe, Olympic heptathlon champion Denise Lewis, double 110m hurdles world champion Colin Jackson, former javelin world record holder Steve Backley, Brendan Foster and Andrew Cotter.
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