Stars undecided over Euros
Four of Britain's medallists from 2011 could be absent when the team for this year's European Indoor Championships is announced on Tuesday.
Britain won eight medals when the event was last staged in Paris, with Mo Farah and Helen Clitheroe claiming gold over 3,000 metres, Jenny Meadows belatedly being awarded the 800m title after Russian 'winner' Yevgeniya Zinurova was banned for doping and Dwain Chambers taking silver over 60m.
However, next month's event in Gothenburg is not on double Olympic champion Farah's schedule, while Clitheroe and Meadows must decide whether to compete - if selected - and Chambers is relying on selection after injury ruled him out of this month's trials and and he finished a distant fifth in his comeback race in Birmingham on Saturday.
Meadows was second in her first race since September 2011 in the British Athletics Grand Prix, but was inside the qualifying standard with a time of two minutes 2.86 seconds.
"If I had run 2:00 I was going to say yes, 2:01 was I could do it or not, 2:02 was a definite no, but the way the race went and how badly I dealt with it, makes me feel like I should give it a shot," said Meadows, who missed the entire 2012 season through injury.
"But I never want to go to a championships if I don't think I can win a medal so it's difficult. I'm tempted to but there are reasons for me not as well. I will see what Trevor (Painter, her husband and coach) says and decide in the next 24 hours I guess."
Clitheroe also ran the qualifying time in winning the 3,000m at the National Indoor Arena, but the 39-year-old said: "Training is planned around the marathon. I'll see what my coach says but I'm doing a half marathon next Sunday (in New Orleans with Farah) so now my focus is on that."
Chambers was only fifth in his semi-final of the 60m in 6.81secs and expressed similar sentiments to Meadows.
"I will only want to go if I am 100 per cent," the 34-year-old said. "My only aim is to win a medal. The selectors have to make a calculated call and if I'm not fit then there is no point selecting me."
If Chambers, Meadows and Clitheroe miss out, Britain will look to the likes of Holly Bleasdale, Robbie Grabarz, Shara Proctor and Nigel Levineto win medals in Sweden.
Bleasdale is top of the pole vault world rankings in 2013, while long jumper Proctor (6.78m) and Levine (400m) won impressively on Saturday. Grabarz beat Olympic champion Ivan Ukhov in the high jump but was second to another Russian in Aleksey Dmitrik. Unlike Ukhov, Dmitrik is scheduled to compete in Gothenburg.
The selectors meet tomorrow and the team is announced on Tuesday, with the championships running from March 1-3.