Great Britain's William Sharman has secured safe progression to the 110 metres hurdles semi-finals at the World Championships in Moscow.
The 28-year-old made the final in the previous two editions in Berlin and Daegu, just missing out on a medal after finishing fourth and joint fifth respectively.
Sharman is considered an outsider for the crown in Russia, but has been impressive recently and posted a new personal best of 13.26 seconds at last month's Anniversary Games.
The Corby athlete crossed the line in 13.51 secs in Sunday morning's heats at the Luzhniki, securing him third place and automatic qualification for Monday's semi-finals.
"It felt like the a first round," Sharman said. "It was a little bit messy in places, I didn't get the start I would ideally like to get.
"I think I performed to the best of my ability this early in the morning, so that is the main thing. I got the job done and I am into the semi-final."
Olympic finalist Laura Weightman was only able to manage an 11th-place finish in the first 1,500m heat, posting a time of 4 minutes 14.38 secs.
It was a tough day for last year's Olympic finalist, but no surprise given the 22-year-old has missed a lot of training following a fall at the British Championships last month.
There was no such disappointment for team-mate Hannah England.
A silver medallist at the 2011 World Championships in Daegu, she looked composed when under pressure and finished third in 4 mins 08.05 secs to secure a place in Tuesday's semi-finals.
"I felt good," England said. "I was quite nervous before because I had not raced since the trials.
"That feels like an awful long time ago. I am glad to get that one under my belt and go forwards from that."
Next on the track was Nigel Levine in the men's 400m heats, making it through to semi-finals with a comfortable fourth-place finish in 45.41s.