Reekie participated in the European Championships last year in Berlin
Jemma Reekie is inspired by her training partner, Laura Muir, to win the 1500m at the British Indoors and take her place in Britain's team for the European Indoors of the month. next to Glasgow.
The 20-year-old European junior champion is part of Andy Young's training group alongside Muir, who won the 3000m title on Saturday.
Scot Reekie accelerated over the last 100 meters to win the win in Birmingham and said "I've never wanted more."
She added, "I really wanted to be in Glasgow, Laura is the best in the world and every day I challenge her.
"I'm learning so much from her and Andy, who is the best coach."
Reekie could face Muir in Glasgow after her rival has announced that she will seek to defend her European titles indoors in the 1500 and 3000 m indoors in the hall from 1 to 3 March.
Johnson-Thompson announces the absence of Thiam in Glasgow
Katarina Johnson-Thompson has been victorious in the long jump with a jump of 6.46 m, 10 cm ahead of Jahisha Thomas and enough to qualify her for the event in Glasgow, but the multi-organizer has stated that she would only participate in the pentathlon.
However, the world indoor pentathlon champion expressed her regret at not facing the Olympic, World and European heptathlon champion of Belgium, Nafissatou Thiam, who will miss a calf injury.
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"It's really a pity – I was a little disgusted as she was not in Birmingham last year and I like to compete with her," Johnson-Thompson said. .
"She will be a fierce competitor and I am excited about the outdoors.
"I have not done pentathlon this year and there are a lot of good girls and anything can happen that day.
"If I can focus on me and get my events where they need to be, then everything will be fine."
Top jump silver medalist at the Commonwealth Games Morgan Lake won its fourth British indoor title with a best jump of 1.94m, but the 21-year-old missed the British record after three failures at 1.99m.
Sophie McKinna makes the best demonstration of British women's shot put since 2000 to win the gold medal.
She set a personal best time with her first 17.64m throw and improved it twice more to finish with a best of 17.97m.
This places the Great Yarmouth athlete in the European top 10 this year and is just 3cm from the qualifying bar for the world championships that will start in Doha at the end of September.
Other winners, who will now be part of the Glasgow team included Shelayna Oskan-Clarke (800m), Zoey Clark (400m), Chris O Hare (3000 m) and Feron Sayers (long jump).
There was a better season for Tom Bosworth who won the 5000m race in 19 minutes 22.56 seconds.