Ukrainian sprinter Zhanna Block will revisit the scene of her 2003 World Indoor 60 metres triumph when she competes at the Norwich Union Grand Prix in Birmingham.
Block, a former outdoor world champion at 100m and 200m, heads a strong women's 60m field at the National Indoor Arena on February 18.
She is best known for her 100m win at the 2001 World Championships in Edmonton where she caused one of the biggest upsets in athletics' history, ending American Marion Jones' four-year unbeaten run.
American sprinter Angela Williams, who took the silver medal behind Block at the NIA three years ago, will also compete in Birmingham. Williams also has a silver medal from the 2001 world indoors and was part of the gold-medal winning 4x100m relay team at the world outdoors in the same year.
Frenchwoman Christine Arron makes only her second ever UK appearance at the NIA. The 1998 European 100m champion, and a bronze medallist over both 100m and 200m at the World Championships in Helsinki last year, is one of the favourites to take the European title in Gothenburg this summer.
The Norwich Union Grand Prix will be the send-off for many British athletes heading to the World Indoor Championships in Moscow and the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne.