Everything you missed from the weekend's British Championships

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Photo credit: J Kruger - British Athletics - Getty Images
Photo credit: J Kruger - British Athletics - Getty Images

Missed the weekend's races at the British Championships? We've rounded up the highlights here so you can catch up.

1. Mo Farah failed to make the Olympic team

Photo credit: J Kruger - British Athletics - Getty Images
Photo credit: J Kruger - British Athletics - Getty Images

Farah finished 19 seconds outside the Olympic qualifying time in the 10,000m at the British Championships on Friday. He said today he has no plans of retiring from the sport just yet.

2. 19-year-old Keely Hodgkinson beats Jemma Reekie and Laura Muir in the women's 800m

Photo credit: Nathan Stirk - British Athletics - Getty Images
Photo credit: Nathan Stirk - British Athletics - Getty Images

Hodgkinson won the race in a time of 1:59.61, half a second faster than Jemma Reekie's 2:00.12. The results mean Reekie and Hodgkinson will take the automatic Olympic spots, Muir will find out tomorrow whether she has made the Olympic team.

3. Dina Asher-Smith won the women's 100m

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Photo credit: Ashley Allen - Getty Images

Asher-Smith won the women's 100m with a run that was initially timed at 10.71 seconds, which was later revised to 10.97 seconds. This guaranteed her a spot in the 100m at the Tokyo Olympics, but denied a new British record.

4. Elliot Giles won the men's 800m

Photo credit: Barrington Coombs - British Athletics - Getty Images
Photo credit: Barrington Coombs - British Athletics - Getty Images

Elliot Giles secures his Olympic place in a time of 1:45.11.

5. Jessica Judd secured a spot at the Tokyo Olympics 5,000m and 10,000m

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Photo credit: Barrington Coombs - British Athletics - Getty Images

Having already qualified in the 10,000m, Jessica Judd went on to secure a spot in the 5,000m, winning the women's race with a time of 15:10.02. Listen to Jessica speak about her win on the Runner's World podcast, out on Tuesday!

6. Jodie Williams wins the 200m and 400m

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Photo credit: Nathan Stirk - British Athletics - Getty Images

Jodie Williams won the women's 200m and 400m race at the British Championships. She is the first woman to win the 200m and 400m at the same British Championships since 2005.

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