Track athletes are again expected to steal the show on Wednesday night when local athletes line up against international opponents at the second leg of the ASA Grand Prix series, a World Athletics Continental tour meeting taking place in Gemiston.
African champion Sokwakhana Zazini will enter the blocks alongside African Championships bronze medallist Wiseman Were Mukhobe of Kenya in what is expected to be a thrilling contest in the men's 400m hurdles, while all eyes will be on in-form athlete Zeney van der Walt, who lines up as the favourite against a strong local field in the women's 400m hurdles.
In the 100m sprints, Kenyan star Ferdinand Omanyala will turn out as the firm favourite in the me's race, and national junior champion Kayla Murray will be hoping to stun her senior opponents in a wide open women's race.
Marione Fourie will be confident of charging to another victory in the women's 100m hurdles, while former World Championships finalist Victor Hogan shouldn't have too much trouble in the men's discus throw.
The local contingent will have to be at their best in the women's 400m race, however, against an international field which features versatile Norwegian athlete Line Kloster, as well as Lydi Jele and Naledi Lopang of Botswana.
Other events on the programme at Germiston Stadium include men's 400m and 110m hurdles contests, men's and women's 200m events, men's and women's 800m races, the men's triple jump and high hump, and the women's shot put.
The ASA Grand Prix meeting will be broadcast live on SuperSport.