Jade Johnson made her comeback from a career-threatening back injury by taking long jump silver at the AAA Championships and World Indoor trials, reports BBC.
The 26-year-old, who missed most of 2005 because of a prolapsed disc, finished behind heptathlete Kelly Sotherton in Sheffield.
In the absence of many big names, Tim Abeyie took the men's 60m title.
The 200m specialist held off challenges from promising youngsters Simeon Williamson and Harry Aikines-Aryeetey to win in 6.64 seconds.
Johnson landed one legal jump of 6.35m while Sotherton set a new personal best of 6.53m.
"It was a bit scary and I had a few tears," said the 25-year-old Londoner.