Marathon world record holder Paula Radcliffe will make her comeback at the Worcester City 10k in September.
The 40-year-old has not run competitively since undergoing surgery on a foot following the Vienna half marathon in Austria in 2012.
Radcliffe is planning to finish her career at next year’s London Marathon and will use the Worcester event to ease herself back into racing.
“It will give me a chance to see how my fitness is developing,” she said.
Novak Djokovic described his dramatic Wimbledon win over Roger Federer as the “most special” of his career after it ended his losing run in finals.
The Serb, 27, won 6-7 (7-9) 6-4 7-6 (7-4) 5-7 6-4 after missing a championship point and letting a 5-2 lead slip in the fourth set.
By winning the fifth set, Djokovic ended a run of three straight defeats – and five out of six – in major finals.
“It’s the most special Grand Slam final I’ve played,” he said.
“At this time of my career for this Grand Slam trophy to arrive is crucial, especially after losing several Grand Slam finals in a row.
“I started doubting a little bit. I needed this win a lot. I’m going to try to use it in the best possible way and for my confidence to grow for the rest of my season and the rest of my career.”
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Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen suffered only bruising to his legs in a 150mph crash at the British Grand Prix.
But the team do not know whether he will be fit to drive as planned in this week’s test at Silverstone.
The Finn sustained an impact of 47G in the crash – 47 times the force of gravity – when he lost control of his car as he rejoined the track after running wide on the first lap.
“Kimi is OK. There is no major issue,” said team boss Marco Mattiacci.
“We checked several times and we will take a decision about the test and what to do.”
Raikkonen, the 2007 world champion, was taken to the medical centre after hobbling away from his car with help from marshals after the crash, which stopped the race temporarily.
Lewis Hamilton won the British Grand Prix to close to within four points of Nico Rosberg in the title race.
Hamilton’s team-mate was leading, but being chased down by the Briton, before he retired with gearbox failure.
The race was delayed for nearly an hour for barriers to be repaired following Kimi Raikkonen’s high speed crash.
Up to 120,000 fans saw Hamilton emerge victorious at Silverstone for the first time since 2008 – a year in which he went on to win the drivers’ title.
Williams’ Valtteri Bottas was second from Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo.