Each event features world class athletes. Karsten Warholm, the Norwegian 400m hurdles world record-holder, will race for a place in the final, while Grant Holloway, one of the Hungarian fans’ favourite foreign athletes, should be in the running for gold in the 110m hurdles.
Hugues Fabrice Zango and Jaydon Hibbert will hope to dominate the triple jump final. You can see Femke Bol for the first time on the super-fast Mondo track of the National Athletics Centre.
The Slovenian fans could have a big night cheering Kristjan Ceh in the discus throw final. He'll have to beat the multiple world and Olympic champion Daniel Stahl and Lithuania’s youngster Mykolas Alekna to make it.
Jamaica's golden generation of sprinters will also be looking for a big night. Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce could go for an incredible sixth World Championships title in the 100m and defending 200m champion Shericka Jackson will be hoping to beat her legendary rivals in the 100m. Also watch out for USA’s new star sprinter, Sha’Carri Richardson, who could make a breakthrough to become one of the world's top sprinters in Budapest.
Women's pole vault qualification:
Katie Moon, Olympic and world champion • Sandi Morris, two-time world indoor champion • Tina Sutej, world indoor bronze medallist, European bronze medallist • Wilma Murto, European champion
Women's 400m hurdles heats:
Femke Bol, world silver medallist, European champion • Dalilah Muhammad, 2019 world champion
Men’s 400m hurdles semifinals:
Karsten Warholm, world record-holder, Olympic champion, two-time world champion, two-time European champion • Alison dos Santos, world champion • Rai Benjamin, Olympic and world silver medallist
Men's triple jump final:
Hugues Fabrice Zango, Olympic and world medallist, world indoor record-holder • Jaydon Hibbert, 17.87m PB
Men's 110m hurdles semifinals and final:
Grant Holloway, two-time world champion, world record-holder in the 60m hurdles • Hansle Parchment, Olympic champion • Sasha Zhoya, world and European U20 champion • Rasheed Broadbell, Commonwealth Games winner and the world leader with 12.94
Women's 100m semifinals and final:
Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, three-time Olympic champion, 10-time world champion • Shericka Jackson, three-time world gold medallist • Sha’Carri Richardson, the 2nd fastest woman in 2023 (10.71 sec.) • Dina Asher-Smith, 2019 world 200m champion, four-time European champion • Ewa Swoboda, European U23 champion • Gina Luckenkemper, European champion
Women's 400m semifinals:
Marileidy Paulino, Olympic and world silver medallist • Sada Williams, world bronze medallist • Natalia Kaczmarek, European silver medallist • Lieke Klaver, world mixed 4x400m silver medallist