Hero the Hedgehog and Whizbee the Bee are the official mascots for the IAAF World Championships and World Para Athletics Championships.
We met up with Paralympic gold medallist Georgie Hermitage at her regular training ground to find out more about the World Para Athletics Championships London 2017.
Minimaster Chloe interviews Richard Whitehead to mark 100 days until the 2017 World Para Athletic Championships.
Organisers of the World Para Athletics Championships and the IAAF World Championships London 2017 have launched a resale scheme to ensure the tickets end up in fans’ hands.
London 2017 have teamed up with Blue Peter to ask children aged 6 – 15 to design the mascots for each Championship.
Tickets for both the IAAF World Athletics Championships and the World ParaAthletics will go back on sale.
Tickets for the World ParaAthletics Championships are now on sale on a first-come, first-served basis – but you’ll have to beat the likes of Eddie Izzard, Freddie Flintoff and Sir Steve…
Go behind-the-scenes with Paula Radcliffe and more stars of British athletics.
London 2017 tickets will go on sale via an application process – don’t miss out!
This time next year, the world’s best athletes will descend on the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.