Kiwi shot put star Valerie Adams will be bestowed with the 2010 World Indoor Championships gold medal after its previous recipient was stripped of the title for doping.

Former holder, Belarusian Nadzeya Ostapchuk, has tested positive for drugs since the Doha meet, handing the medal to Dame Valerie.

She has now won the event on four successive occasions, from 2008 to 2014.

Dame Valerie will receive the medal after the women's shot put stakes at today's New Zealand track and field championships in Hamilton.


New Zealand's best athletes will compete for national titles at the 2018 New Zealand track and field championships in Hamilton.

The competition is one of New Zealand's oldest and most prestigious sporting events.

With the Commonwealth Games just around the corner, many of New Zealand's top athletes will have the opportunity to perform in front of a home crowd before heading off to the Gold Coast.

Two-time Olympic gold medalist Adams will feature in today's Women's shot put event.

Follow all the action from the 2018 NZ track and field championships with the live stream below:

Friday's schedule and athletes to watch:

1:45pm: Men Hammer (Bloxham, Bates, Button, Nobilo)
4:10pm: Women discus (Hakeai, Keenan, Kaumoana)
5:30pm: Men discus (Hall, Parkinson, Sulupo)
5:45pm: Women shot put (Adams, Owers, Wesche)
5:45pm: Women 100m (Hobbs, Eaton, Goldie, Wilson, Coster)
5:55pm: Men 100m (Millar, Hawkins, Walker, Symes, Topping)
6:20pm: Women 5000m (Burne, Flanagan, O'Donnell, Pfitzinger)
6:40pm: Men 5000m (Lautenslager, Taylor, Chignell)