Olympic gold medallist Greg Rutherford has been named in a 31-strong British squad for the IAAF World Indoor Championships taking place in Birmingham from 1-4 March.
Rutherford, who won long jump gold at the 2012 London Olympics, missed much of last season through injury and he eventually had to undergo surgery on both his groin and ankle in the autumn. The 31-year-old only started walking again in November and he marked his return to competitive action by winning at the British Athletics Indoor Championships on Saturday.
In his first competitive start since May 2017, Rutherford produced a best jump of 7.80m on Saturday, some way short of the 8.19m required to guarantee automatic qualification for the World Indoors team, but British Athletics were able to give him a slot in their squad as they are the host nation.
Laura Muir (3,000m) and Andrew Pozzi (60m hurdles) both guaranteed automatic qualification with victory at the British Indoors competition at Arena Birmingham last weekend, with Eilish McColgan (3,000m) and David King (60m hurdles) each joining them in their respective fields.
CJ Ujah won the British 60m title at the weekend and he will represent Britain in the men's sprint, along with Andrew Robertson, although Richard Kilty misses out after bringing the curtain down on his indoor season early due to an ongoing Achilles injury.
Asha Philip was a dominant winner of the women's 60m on Saturday and she is joined in the squad by British silver medallist, Daryll Neita.
Meanwhile, Lee Thompson produced a fine performance to win the 400m inside the qualifying standard on Sunday and he is one of seven athletes who will make their British debut at senior level at the World Championships in March.
The British Squad
60m: CJ Ujah, Andrew Robertson
400m: Lee Thompson
800m: Elliot Giles
1500m: Jake Wightman, Chris O’Hare
3000m: Jonathan Davies
60m hurdles: Andrew Pozzi, David King
High jump: Robbie Grabarz
Long jump: Greg Rutherford
4x400m: Lee Thompson, Jamal Rhoden-Stevens, Grant Plenderleith, Owen Smith, Sebastian Rodger, Efe Okoro.
60m: Asha Philip, Daryll Neita
400m: Eilidh Doyle, Zoey Clark
800m: Shelayna Oskan-Clarke, Mhairi Hendry
1500m: Eilish McColgan, Laura Muir
3000m: Laura Muir, Eilish McColgan
60m hurdles: Marilyn Nwawulor
High jump: Morgan Lake
Pentathlon: Katarina Johnson-Thompson
4x400m relay: Eilidh Doyle, Zoey Clark, Amy Allcock, Anyika Onuora, Meghan Beesley, Hannah Williams