UGEN

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UGENUnit on Genetics Endocrinology (National Institutes of Health)
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Proctor (6.75m), Ugen (6.70m) and Sawyers (6.64m) went through with European Indoor champion Ivana Spanovic top of qualifying with 6.84m.
Ugen said: "We have a great set of athletes coming out for the first World Cup and I am looking forward to being the captain for these athletes and hope that we can put on a show for the home crowd.
"I only found out yesterday I was on the team," said Ugen, who had finished fourth in Thursday's long jump.
Ugen was only drafted in to the women's squad on Friday night - having come fourth in the long jump on Thursday - after Corinne Humphreys pulled out injured.
"I was told that I had to run so I was like, 'Okay, I can't disgrace myself today," said Ugen, who was drafted into the team at the last moment.
Ugen, Proctor and Sawyers may be involved in the long jump final at 19:10, while Asher-Smith, Hylton and Williams will look to have qualified for the 200m final at 21:50.
Britain had high hopes for a long jump medal heading into the championships, but it had been expected to come from one of either world silver medallist Shara Proctor, who made the late decision to withdraw from the competition, or world indoor bronze medallist Lorraine Ugen, who crashed out in qualifying.
Ugen best " Tiffany Porter put her 2015 flop behind her by making it a day-two double for the Brits with bronze in the 60m hurdles - as Nia Ali defended her title with US team-mate Brianna Rollins snarin Lorraine Ugen of her life to snatch The 24-year-old Johnson-Thompson's record of 6.93 metres effort to take Team She said: "I'm trying that seven-metre and every centimetre closer is great."