How to watch 2022 World Track & Field Championships

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Full coverage of the 2022 World Track & Field Championships will be presented across NBCUniversal’s television networks and digital platforms. The event runs from July 15-24 at Hayward Field in Eugene, Oregon, as the U.S. plays host to the outdoor championships for the first time.

NBC Sports will broadcast 43 hours from Eugene, with live afternoon and primetime shows both weekends, highlighted by the men’s and women’s 100m finals (July 16-17) and 4x100m and 4x400m relays (July 23-24). Additional television coverage will air on USA Network and CNBC (channel finder here); see below for details.

All network and cable TV windows will be simul-streamed via NBCSports.com/live and the NBC Sports app, with NBC’s programming also available on Peacock. In addition, world-feed coverage of all competition sessions will stream LIVE on Peacock. Peacock also has event-specific streams of field event finals.

Headliners include Ryan Crouser in the shot put (final July 17 on NBC, Peacock), Noah Lyles and Erriyon Knighton in the 200m (final July 21 on USA, Peacock), Sydney McLaughlin and Dalilah Muhammad in the 400m hurdles (final July 22 on USA, Peacock) and Mondo Duplantis in the pole vault (final July 24 on NBC, Peacock).

2022 World Track and Field Championships TV Schedule

Date Key Events Time (ET) Network
Fri., July 15 M100 Heats, Mixed 4x400m 8-11 p.m. USA Network
Sat., July 16 M110mH Heats 1:30-3 p.m. CNBC
W10,000m 3-5 p.m. NBC
W100m Heats 8-9 p.m. CNBC
M100m, WShot Put 9-11 p.m. NBC
Sun., July 17 Men’s Marathon 9-11:30 a.m. CNBC
400m Heats, M10,000m 2-4:30 p.m. NBC
M110mH, 400mH Semifinals 8-10 p.m. CNBC
W100m, M110mH, MShot Put 10-11 p.m. NBC
Mon., July 18 Women’s Marathon 9 a.m.-12:30 p.m. USA Network
W1500m, M3000mSC 11:30 p.m.-2:30 a.m.* USA Network
Tue., July 19 M400mH, M1500m 11:30 p.m.-2:30 a.m.* USA Network
Wed., July 20 400m Semifinals, W3000mSC 7:30-11 p.m. USA Network
Thu., July 21 M800m Semifinals, 200m 8-11 p.m. USA Network
Fri., July 22 W400mH, 400m 8:30-11 p.m. USA Network
Sat., July 23 W100mH Heats 2-3 p.m. NBC
4x400m Heats 8-9 p.m. CNBC
M800m, 4x100m 9-11 p.m. NBC
Sun., July 24 W100mH Semifinals 8-9 p.m. CNBC
W800m, W100mH, 4x400m 9-11 p.m. NBC

*Same-day delayed broadcast.

2022 World Track and Field Championships Streaming Schedule

Date Key Events Time (ET) Platform
Fri., July 15 Mixed 4x400m Heats, 20km RW 11:55 a.m.-7:50 p.m. Peacock (World Feed)
M100 Heats, Mixed 4x400m 7:50-11:20 p.m. Peacock (World Feed)
M100 Heats, Mixed 4x400m 8-11 p.m. NBCSports.com, NBC Sports app (USA Network simul-stream)
Sat., July 16 M110mH Heats, W10,000m 1:20-5:15 p.m. Peacock (World Feed)
M110mH Heats 1:30-3 p.m. NBCSports.com, NBC Sports app (CNBC simul-stream)
W10,000m 3-5 p.m. Peacock, NBCSports.com, NBC Sports app (NBC simul-stream)
W100m Heats 8-9 p.m. NBCSports.com, NBC Sports app (CNBC simul-stream)
M100m, WShot Put 8-11 p.m. Peacock (World Feed)
M100m, WShot Put 9-11 p.m. Peacock, NBCSports.com, NBC Sports app (NBC simul-stream)
Sun., July 17 Men’s Marathon 9-11:30 a.m. NBCSports.com, NBC Sports app (CNBC simul-stream)
Men’s Marathon 9:05 a.m.-12 p.m. Peacock (World Feed)
400m Heats, M10,000m 1:25-5:45 p.m. Peacock (World Feed)
400m Heats, M10,000m 2-4:30 p.m. Peacock, NBCSports.com, NBC Sports app (NBC simul-stream)
W100m, M110mH, MShot Put 7:30-11:20 p.m. Peacock (World Feed)
M110mH, 400mH Semifinals 8-10 p.m. NBCSports.com, NBC Sports app (CNBC simul-stream)
W100m, M110mH, MShot Put 10-11 p.m. Peacock, NBCSports.com, NBC Sports app (NBC simul-stream)
Mon., July 18 Women’s Marathon 9 a.m.-12:30 p.m. NBCSports.com, NBC Sports app (CNBC simul-stream)
Women’s Marathon 9:05 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Peacock (World Feed)
Heptathlon 12:30-3:50 p.m. Peacock (World Feed)
W1500m, M3000mSC 8-11 p.m. Peacock (NBC Sports Feed)
W1500m, M3000mSC 11:30 p.m.-2:30 a.m.* NBCSports.com, NBC Sports app (USA Network simul-stream)
Tue., July 19 M400mH, M1500m 8-11 p.m. Peacock (NBC Sports Feed)
M400mH, M1500m 11:30 p.m.-2:30 a.m.* NBCSports.com, NBC Sports app (USA Network simul-stream)
Wed., July 20 400m Semifinals, W3000mSC 5:55-11:05 p.m. Peacock (World Feed)
400m Semifinals, W3000mSC 7:30-11 p.m. NBCSports.com, NBC Sports app (USA Network simul-stream)
Thu., July 21 M800m Semifinals, 200m 7:35-11:20 p.m. Peacock (World Feed)
M800m Semifinals, 200m 8-11 p.m. NBCSports.com, NBC Sports app (USA Network simul-stream)
Fri., July 22 W35km RW 9:05 a.m.-12:40 p.m. Peacock (World Feed)
W400mH, 400m 7:45-11:25 p.m. Peacock (World Feed)
W400mH, 400m 8:30-11 p.m. NBCSports.com, NBC Sports app (USA Network simul-stream)
Sat., July 23 W100m Heats, Decathlon 12:40-4:20 p.m. Peacock (World Feed)
W100mH Heats 2-3 p.m. Peacock, NBCSports.com, NBC Sports app (NBC simul-stream)
M800m, 4x100m 7-11:40 p.m. Peacock (World Feed)
4x400m Heats 8-9 p.m. NBCSports.com, NBC Sports app (CNBC simul-stream)
M800m, 4x100m 9-11 p.m. Peacock, NBCSports.com, NBC Sports app (NBC simul-stream)
Sun., July 24 M35km RW 9:05 a.m.-12:15 p.m. Peacock (World Feed)
Decathlon 12:15-6:15 p.m. Peacock (World Feed)
W800m, W100mH, 4x400m 7:40 p.m.-12:05 a.m. Peacock (World Feed)
W100mH Semifinals 8-9 p.m. NBCSports.com, NBC Sports app (CNBC simul-stream)
W800m, W100mH, 4x400m 9-11 p.m. Peacock, NBCSports.com, NBC Sports app (NBC simul-stream)

*Same-day delayed broadcast.

2022 World Track and Field Championships Streaming Schedule (Field Event Specific Streams)

Date Event Time (ET) Platform
Mon., July 18 Men’s High Jump 8:45 p.m. Peacock (World Feed)
Women’s Triple Jump 9:30 p.m. Peacock (World Feed)
Tue., July 19 Women’s High Jump 8:40 p.m. Peacock (World Feed)
Men’s Discus 9:33 p.m. Peacock (World Feed)
Wed., July 20 Women’s Discus 9:30 p.m. Peacock (World Feed)
Fri., July 22 Women’s Javelin 9:20 p.m. Peacock (World Feed)
Sat., July 23 Men’s Triple Jump 9:05 p.m. Peacock (World Feed)
Men’s Javelin 9:35 p.m. Peacock (World Feed)
Sun., July 24 Men’s Pole Vault 8:25 p.m. Peacock (World Feed)
Women’s Long Jump 8:55 p.m. Peacock (World Feed)

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Paris 2024 Olympic marathon route unveiled

Paris 2024 Olympic Marathon
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The 2024 Olympic marathon route will take runners from Paris to Versailles and back.

The route announcement was made on the 233rd anniversary of one of the early, significant events of the French Revolution: the Women’s March on Versailles — “to pay tribute to the thousands of women who started their march at city hall to Versailles to take up their grievances to the king and ask for bread,” Paris 2024 President Tony Estanguet said.

Last December, organizers announced the marathons will start at Hôtel de Ville (city hall, opposite Notre-Dame off the Seine River) and end at Les Invalides, a complex of museums and monuments one mile southeast of the Eiffel Tower.

On Wednesday, the rest of the route was unveiled — traversing the banks of the Seine west to the Palace of Versailles and then back east, passing the Eiffel Tower before the finish.

The men’s and women’s marathons will be on the last two days of the Games at 8 a.m. local time (2 a.m. ET). It will be the first time that the women’s marathon is held on the last day of the Games after the men’s marathon traditionally occupied that slot.

A mass public marathon will also be held on the Olympic marathon route. The date has not been announced.

The full list of highlights among the marathon course:

• Hôtel de ville de Paris (start)
• Bourse de commerce
• Palais Brongniart
• Opéra Garnier
• Place Vendôme
• Jardin des Tuileries
• The Louvre
• Place de la Concorde
• The bridges of Paris
(Pont de l’Alma; Alexandre III;
Iéna; and more)
• Grand Palais
• Palais de Tokyo
• Jardins du Trocadéro
• Maison de la Radio
• Manufacture et Musées
nationaux de Sèvres
• Forêt domaniale
des Fausses-Reposes
• Monuments Pershing –
Lafayette
• Château de Versailles
• Forêt domaniale de Meudon
• Parc André Citroën
• Eiffel Tower
• Musée Rodin
• Esplanade des Invalides (finish)

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International Boxing Association lifts ban on Russia, Belarus

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The International Boxing Association (IBA) lifted its ban on amateur boxers from Russia and Belarus over the war in Ukraine that had been in place since early March.

“The IBA strongly believes that politics shouldn’t have any influence on sports,” the federation said in a press release. “Hence, all athletes should be given equal conditions.”

Most international sports federations banned athletes from Russia and Belarus indefinitely seven months ago, acting after an IOC recommendation. It is believed that the IBA is the first international federation in an Olympic sport to lift its ban.

The IOC has not officially changed its recommendation from last winter to exclude Russia and Belarus athletes “to protect the integrity of the events and the safety of the other participants.”

Last week, IOC President Thomas Bach said in an interview with an Italian newspaper that Russian athletes who do not endorse their country’s war in Ukraine could at some point be accepted back into international sports, competing under a neutral flag.

IBA, in lifting its ban, will also allow Russia and Belarus flags and national anthems.

“The time has now come to allow all the rest of the athletes of Russia and Belarus to participate in all the official competitions of their sports representing their countries,” IBA President Umar Kremlev, a Russian, said in a press release last week. “Both the IOC and the International Federations must protect all athletes, and there should be no discrimination based on nationality. It is the duty of all of us to keep sports and athletes away from politics.”

In 2019, the IOC stripped the IBA — then known as AIBA — of its Olympic recognition following an inquiry committee report into finance, governance, refereeing and judging. The IOC ran the Tokyo Olympic boxing competition.

The IBA will not run qualifying events for the 2024 Paris Games, but it does still hold world championships, the next being a men’s event in Uzbekistan next year.

Boxing, introduced on the Olympic program in 1904, was not included on the initial program for the 2028 Los Angeles Games but can still be added. The IBA must address concerns “around its governance, its financial transparency and sustainability and the integrity of its refereeing and judging processes,” Bach said last December.

On Sept. 23, the IBA suspended Ukraine’s boxing federation, citing “government interference.” Ukraine boxers are still allowed to compete with their flag and anthem.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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