|Birmingham Indoor Grand Prix|
|Venue: Barclaycard Arenas Date: Saturday, 18 February Time: 13:15-16:30 GMT|
|Coverage: Live on BBC One (Forum continues 16:30-17:10, BBC Red Button; uninterrupted on BBC Sport website, app and Connected TV)|
Dina Asher-Smith suffered a broken foot in her final training session before the Birmingham Indoor Grand Prix and has been forced to pull out of Saturday's event.
The 21-year-old sprinter, who won Olympic bronze as part of Britain's 4x100m women's relay team at Rio 2016, said she was "gutted" to miss out.
"What are the odds!"
Last session before the Grand Prix... Last reactive jump... And I land awkwardly on my foot and fracture it😭 what are the odds!! Gutted! pic.twitter.com/nLKGBFEBdI— Dina Asher-Smith (@dinaashersmith) February 17, 2017
"Last session before the Grand Prix, last reactive jump, and I land awkwardly on my foot and fracture it."
She added: "So upset and frustrated but it was a freak accident, one of those unavoidable things in life I guess. Comeback starts now."
On Thursday, heptathlete Katarina Johnson-Thompson also withdrew from the event, because of a hamstring strain.
You can watch all the action from the Barclaycard Arena on BBC One from 13:15 GMT on Saturday 18 February.