After her disappointing disqualification in the first round at the world championships, reigning diamond trophy winner Kaliese Spencer will seek redemption in the 400 m hurdles in Stockholm Sweden today. She will face stiff competition from world champion Susanna Hejnova of the Czech Republic. Kerron Stewart will be hoping for better fortunes when she lines up in the women's 100 metres along with Schillionie Calvert. Stewart and Calvert will face American’s Jeneba Tarmoh and Barbara Pierre. Another World Championship finalist Novlene Williams-Mills along with Rosemarie Whyte and Christine Day will contest the women's 400 meters. World long jump finalist Demar Forbes will have new Russian world champion Alexander Menkov to contend with at today's meet. Rasheed Dwyer and Mario Forsythe will line up in the men's 200 meters. Live coverage can be seen on local media starting at 1pm.