Golden girl Jessica Ennis will complete her preparations for this summer's European Championships at the Aviva European Trials and UK Championships in Birmingham this week.
Although there is no heptathlon competition and her place on the team for Barcelona is assured anyway, Ennis will compete in four events at the Alexander Stadium, in Perry Barr.
The double world champion will contest the shot, long jump, high jump and 100m hurdles, and could win the latter two as they are among her strongest disciplines in the heptathlon.
The 24-year-old from Sheffield will not be able to compete in both the hurdles and heptathlon in Barcelona, as they take place on the same day.
However, she and coach Toni Minichiello have already considered the possibility of attempting the double in the London Olympics in 2012, if the schedule can be arranged.
"I hope they'll be able to pull a few strings to let it happen," Ennis said. "If the timetable did permit and I keep on improving, then I'd love to do it.
"I wanted to do it in Berlin at the World Championships but it was just too close and there wasn't enough time to recover. If there's time to recover in London, then I'd love to go for it."
Fellow Berlin gold medallist Phillips Idowu will also compete in Birmingham in the triple jump, along with world championship bronze medallist Jenny Meadows in the 800m.
Former Olympic champion Christine Ohuruogu will hope a resumption of her rivalry with Nicola Sanders can help the pair rediscover their best form over 400m.
Ohuruogu pipped Sanders to the world title in 2007 before adding the Olympic title in 2008, but has struggled to reproduce such form since and could only finish fifth in Berlin last August, while Sanders has been plagued by injuries.
Elsewhere, Dwain Chambers will be looking to follow up his impressive performance in Bergen last weekend, where he won the 100m in the European Team Championships in 9.99 seconds.
The 32-year-old's time was a new championship record and just 0.02secs off his personal best, which was set way back in 1999.
Goldie Sayers is also targeting an historic eighth consecutive national title in the javelin, the 27-year-old admitting: "It would be absolutely fantastic to get my eighth national title, especially as no-one has done it before in any event at the Aviva UK Championships.
"It would give me a fantastic boost and really set me up for the European Championships.
"The European Championships are the main focus for me this year as I'm hoping to win a medal. Training has been going really well and I feel like I'm back to my best after a disappointing 2009 due to injury."
* The weekend event takes place on Friday from 5pm, Saturday from 2pm and Sunday from 3pm, at Alexander Stadium, in Perry Barr.