Scotland’s Laura Muir plans to race within the 3,000m at subsequent 12 months’s World Indoor Championships in Glasgow.
Jemma Reekie has already underlined her intention to compete within the 800m at Emirates Area from 1-3 March.
Neil Gourley, who gained 1500m silver on the European Indoors final March, is routinely chosen through his efforts within the 2023 World Indoor Sequence.
Muir, 30, claimed gold medals in each the 1500m and the three,000m within the 2019 European Indoors in Glasgow.
“Clearly it’s an Olympic 12 months and there might be an enormous give attention to Paris by way of our coaching camps and race plans,” stated Muir.
“However after considering it by way of, me and my coach felt Glasgow 2024 was too good a possibility to overlook.
“I really feel extremely fortunate to have been in a position to compete at Commonwealth and European-level championships in Scotland, so can’t wait so as to add a world competitors to the checklist.
“I like nothing higher than racing in entrance of a packed Scottish crowd at Emirates Area. Glasgow 2019 stays probably the greatest reminiscences in my profession.”
Muir stated she opted for the longer race fairly than the 1500m, which might be a warmth and a ultimate, as a result of the seemingly schedule for the week means she is going to go straight into the three,000m ultimate.
Muir claimed Olympic silver within the 1500m in Tokyo and the 2024 World Indoors will play an element in her countdown to the Paris Video games, which start on Friday, 26 July.