Last Updated: June 24, 2012 7:56pm
Andy Turner: third in a high-quality 110m hurdles
World bronze medallist Andy Turner must rely on a discretionary place after finishing third in a high-quality 110m hurdles at the Olympic trials in Birmingham.
Turner, who claimed a surprise bronze in Daegu last year, was beaten by Andrew Pozzi and Lawrence Clarke and said: "Obviously I didn't come here for third place, I hope that was enough to qualify for the team."
In contrast Pozzi, 20, added: "I'm on top of the world. My preparation in the last week or so has been quite disturbed and I was unsure whether I could come here and achieve what I wanted. To get that done, get that all out the way and come here and win, I'm absolutely chuffed.
"I'm looking forward to the Olympics like you wouldn't believe. It's been building for years and years with so much media coverage, you can't help but buy into the dream so I can't wait."
British record holder Lawrence Okoye made up for his failure at last year's trials by winning the discus, while Robbie Grabarz - ranked second in the world in 2012 - was an easy winner of the high jump.
Martyn Rooney and Conrad Williams qualified for the 400m, with Beijing finalist Rooney pledging to take a more low-key approach into London.
"I love reading about myself but I can get carried away by it," Rooney admitted. "I don't want to build myself up just to fall. In the past I've craved the attention but that didn't work out for me."
Elsewhere, Goldie Sayers sealed her place and a 10th AAA's javelin title, while Perri Shakes-Drayton and Eilidh Child were successful in the 400m hurdles and Nick McCormick joined world champion Mo Farah in the 5,000m.
World indoor bronze medallist Andrew Osagie was a confident winner of the 800m as Michael Rimmer failed to seal his place after fading to third in the final.
"I've only won two races this year believe it or not, one was yesterday and one was today," a delighted Osagie said.
Elsewhere, there was also an outdoor British record for Holly Bleasdale, who arrived in Birmingham without a current 'A' standard but improved her previous mark by one centimetre with a clearance of 4.71m in the pole vault.
Two famous names from Britain's athletics past also had reason to celebrate, with Eilish McColgan and Laura Weightman sealing their places on the team.
McColgan, daughter of Olympic 10,000m silver medallist Liz McColgan, won the 3,000m steeplechase, while Weightman - who is coached by former world champion Steve Cram - stormed to victory in the 1,500m.
McColgan almost withdrew from the race after being ill all week, while she missed last year's world championships with a broken foot. The 21-year-old said: "At Christmas I was on crutches and could not even walk. If you had said then I was going to the Olympics I would have laughed."
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