The 35-year-old Jeter, who has won multiple Olympic games and World championships medals, will return to Sainsbury’s Indoor Grand Prix after she won the event back in 2009 and 2010.
“The Sainsbury’s Indoor Grand Prix is one of the world’s best indoor meets and I’m looking forward to testing myself ahead of another important outdoor season where I’ll be looking for another World Championships medal,” said Jeter.
Carmelita Jeter holds PB in 60m 7.02 seconds from 2010 in indoor season.
The 27-year-old Ahoure, the Moscow world championships silver medalist in 100m and 200m, will come back to Sainsbury’s Indoor Grand Prix in Birmingham after her win and PR run of 6.99s seconds in 2013.
Organizers has also invited Great Britain's top talents, the World Junior champion in 100m Dina Asher-Smith and European Championships and Commonwealth Games 200m silver medallist Jodie Williams to race over 60m in Birmingham on February 21.