The South African Track and Field Championships at the McArthur Stadium in Potchefstroom this weekend is one of the most anticipated in history.
The likes of Akani Simbine, Wayde van Niekerk and Caster Semenya will headline the two-day event, and the athletes themselves have urged fans to #FillUpPotch on Friday and Saturday.
But exactly when will the main events take place? We have picked out some of the highlights of the championships so that you are able to follow the likes of Simbine and Co.
* Follow our sports writer Ockert de Villiers, who will be in Potchefstroom, on Twitter – @ockertde – as well as @IOLsport for the latest updates, results and reports.
* SABC2 will broadcast hour-long highlights on Friday night from 9.30pm and Saturday at 11pm, while SABC Online will livestream certain events.
Day 1 (Friday)
2pm: Women’s javelin final – Sunette Viljoen
3.35pm: Women’s 100m semi-finals
3.50pm: Men’s 100m semi-finals
6pm: Men’s 400m hurdles final
LJ van Zyl, Le Roux Hamman, Cornel Fredericks
6.30pm: Women’s 100m final
Carina Horn, Alyssa Conley, Tamzin Thomas
6.40pm: Men’s 100m final
Akani Simbine, Thando Roto, Henricho Bruintjies, Anaso Jobodwana, Clarence Munyai
7.20pm: Men’s 5 000m final
Elroy Gelant, Stephen Mokoka
Day 2 (Saturday)
11am: Men’s long jump final
Luvo Manyonga, Ruswahl Samaai, Zarck Visser
12.20pm: Men’s 200m semi-finals
12.40pm: Women’s 400m final
2.05pm: Women’s 800m final
3.15pm: Men’s 110m hurdles final
Ruan de Vries, Antonio Alkana
3.30pm: Women’s 100m hurdles final
Rikenette Steenkamp, Maryke Brits, Claudia Heunis
5pm: Women’s 200m final
5.15pm: Men’s 200m final
Anaso Jobodwana, Wayde van Niekerk, Akani Simbine, Gift Leotlela, Clarence Munyai