Commonwealth heptathlon gold medallist Katarina Johnson-Thompson led the way for Team England at the British Indoor Championships as she secured her spot at the European Indoor Championships.
The Liverpool Harrier claimed the long-jump title with a season’s best effort of 6.46m, and will now compete for Great Britain in the pentathlon event at next month’s European Indoors in Glasgow.
"I haven't done a pentathlon this year and there are a lot of good girls out there and anything can happen on the day,” Johnson-Thompson told the BBC.
"If I can concentrate on me and get my events where they need to be, then I'll be fine."
Elsewhere, Asha Phillip claimed her fourth consecutive 60m British title, her tenth indoor national indoor title overall, in a time of 7.19s, ahead of fellow Team England sprinter Corrine Humphreys, who finished fourth with a personal best time of 7.38s.
Commonwealth high-jump silver medallist Morgan Lake led the women’s standings with a jump of 1.94m, but just missed out on breaking the British record after failing to clear the bar at 1.99m.
Competing at her first British Indoor Championships in five years, Holly Bradshaw proved she is in flying form to clear 4.80m in the pole vault event, placing her third in the world rankings for 2019.Finally, mountain bike Commonwealth champion Annie Last finished as runner-up on the second-stage of the four-day Tankwa Trek race in South Africa.