Global athletics stars are heading to the capital this summer to compete for glory at the Aviva London Grand Prix at Crystal Palace on August 5-6, 2011.
Last year's capacity crowd was treated to a feast of impressive performances from some of the world's best athletes and the line-up doesn't look like it's going to disappoint this year.
Spectators can expect a tasty show-down in the men's 110m hurdles as America's David Oliver takes on world record holder Dayron Robles of Cuba and Britain's Andy Turner.
The men's 400m hurdles looks equally exciting as British pair Dai Greene and Rhys Williams will be hoping to fend off a legendary athlete of this distance, the World and Olympic champion from the Dominican Republic, Felix Sanchez.
Ethiopian heroes Imane Merga, Dejen Gebremeskel and Sofia Assefa will be joined by Kenyan stars David Rudisha, Boaz Lalang and Vivian Cheruiyot.
Big name Brits competing include Mo Farah, Phillips Idowu, Mark Lewis-Francis, Christine Ohuruogu and Jenny Meadows who will be hoping home support can spur them on to victory.
But perhaps the biggest highlight of the event will be the men's 100m on the Friday night featuring the former world record holder Asafa Powell of Jamaica.
With stars from over 40 different countries set to attend this year's event, the scene is set for a feast of exhilarating global athletics action.
Away from the track there will be plenty of entertainment too, with games and refreshments for athletics fans of all ages to enjoy.
SATURDAY TICKETS SOLD OUT, FINAL FEW FRIDAY TICKETS REMAINING!
Tickets for the Aviva London Grand Prix are selling fast, so buy yours today to make sure you don’t miss out on experiencing world class athletics in the nation’s capital on 5-6 August.
With all tickets for Saturday now sold out, and only a final few left for Friday, buy your tickets now to avoid disappointment and guarantee your place at what is set to be an action packed final Aviva Series event of the year.
Friday night’s men’s 100m will feature 2011’s fastest man Asafa Powell, exactly a year to the day that he may be lining up on the big stage in the same city. And with British heroes Phillips Idowu, Dai Greene and Mo Farah all gunning for glory, the Aviva London Grand Prix really will be the focus of the sporting world.
The world is coming to London - will you be there?
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