IAAF World Championships 2022 Day 6 schedule, results, competing athletes, how to watch each distance and – OregonLive | Hot Mobile Press

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That World Athletics Championships 2022 Today marks the sixth day of competition and athletes compete in just seven events during the afternoon session today. Everything starts at 3:20 p.m. PT/6:20 p.m. ET. Every event will Live streaming on Peacock.

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Here’s a look at all of the athletics events taking place today, Wednesday 20th July, including start times, athletes participating, live updates and more information on how to watch live or get tickets to the in-person Attend future meetings at Hayward Field in Eugene.

More: The latest results, stories and full coverage from the 2022 World Athletics Championships

Full Event Schedule for Day 6 (all times in the Pacific Rim) | Results will be published as they become available after each event

Afternoon Session (Live Streaming on Peacock, TV on USA Network)

3:20pm, 4:50pm – Women – Javelin Qualification – Group A & Group B

Story: America’s Kara Winger qualifies for the women’s javelin final


Group A qualification: Liveta Jasiunaite, Lithuania, 63.80 m, Kara Winger, USA, 61.30, Elizabeth Gleadle, Canada, 60.38, Annika Marie Fuchs, Germany, 59.36, MacKenzie Little, Australia, 59.06

Group B qualification: Haruka Kitaguchi, Japan, 64.32 m, Shiying Liu, China, 63.86, Kelsey-Lee Barber, Australia, 61.27, Nikola Ogrodnikova, Czech Republic, 60.59, Annu Rani, India, 59.60, Lina Muze , Latvia, 59.16, Sae Takemoto, Japan, 59.15.

4:25pm – Women’s 5,000m – Heats

Story: Elise Cranny, Karissa Schweizer and Emily Infeld all reach the 5,000m final


Qualification for Heat 1: Gudaf Tsegay, Ethiopia, 14:52.64, Dawit Seyaum, Ethiopia, 14:53.06, Beatrice Chebet, Kenya, 14:53.34, Margaret Chelimo Kipkemboi, Kenya, 14:53.45, Karissa Schweizer, USA, 14:53.69, Emily Infeld, United States, 15:00.98.

Heat 2 qualification: Letesenbet Gidey, Ethiopia, 14:52.27, Caroline Chepkoech Kipkirui, Kazakhstan, 14:52.54, Sifan Hassan, Netherlands, 14:52.89, Karoline Bjerkeli Grovdal, Norway, 14:53.07, Elise Cranny, USA , 14:53.20, Gloria Kite, Kenya, 14:53.62, Eilish McColgan, Great Britain, 14:56.47, Jessica Judd, Great Britain, 14:57.64, Nozomi Tanaka, Japan, 15:00.21 .

5:20pm – Men’s 800m – Heats

Story: Donavan Brazier, 3 more US runners fail to make it out of men’s 800s


Qualification for Heat 1: Emmanuel Kipkurui Korir, Kenya, 1:49.05, Elhassane Moujahid, Morocco, 1:49.27, Alvaro de Arriba, Spain, 1:49.30. Heat 2 qualification: Peter Bol, Australia, 1:45.50, Kyle Langford, Great Britain, 1:45.68, Mariano Garcia, Spain, 1:45.74, Benjamin Robert, France, 1:45.94. Heat 3 qualification: Moad Zahafi, Morocco, 1:46.15, Gabriel Tual, France, 1:46.34, Emmanuel Wanyonyi, Kenya, 1:46.45. Heat 4 qualification: Djamel Sedjati, Algeria, 1:46.39, Tony Van Diepen, Netherlands, 1:46.59, Abdessalem Ayouni, Tunisia, 1:46.59. Heat 5 qualification: Marcos Arop, Canada, 1:44.56, Jesus Tonatiu Lopez, Mexico, 1:44.67, Mark English, Ireland, 1:44.76, Catalin Tecuceanu, Italy, 1:44.83, Noah Kibet, Kenya, 1:45.41, Andreas Kramer, Sweden, 1:45.77. Heat 6 qualification: Slimane Moula, Algeria, 1:44.90, Wyclife Kinyamal Kisasy, Kenya, 1:45.08, Abdelati El Guesse, Morocco, 1:45.25, Daniel Rowden, Great Britain, 1:45.53, Tolesa Bodena, Ethiopia , 1:45.81.

18:15 – Women’s 400m hurdles – semi-finals

Story: Sydney McLaughlin and Dalilah Muhammad led 4 of Team USA to the women’s 400 hurdles final


Qualification for Heat 1: Dalilah Muhammad, USA, 53.28, Anna Ryshykova, Ukraine, 54.20. Heat 2 qualification: Femke Bol, Netherlands, 52.84, Shamier Little, USA, 53.61, Rushell Clayton, Jamaica, 53.63, Britton Wilson, USA, 53.72. Heat 3 qualification: Sydney McLaughlin, USA, 52.17; Gianna Woodruff, Panama, 53.69.

6:30pm – Women’s Discus Throw – Final

Story: Valarie Allman takes bronze in women’s discus throw


1. Bin Feng, China, 69.12 m

2. Sandra Perkovic, Croatia, 68.45 m

3. Valerie Allman, USA, 68.30m

4. Jorinde Van Klinken, Netherlands, 64.97 m

5. Claudine Vita, Germany, 64.24 m

6. Liliana Ca, Portugal, 63.99 m

7. Yaime Perez, Cuba, 63.07m

8. Marija Tolj, Croatia, 63.07 m

9. Shanice Craft, Germany, 62.35m

10. Melina Robert-Michon, France, 60.36 m

11. Kristin Pudenz, Germany, 59.97 m

12. Lalauuga Tausaga, USA, 56.47m

6:45 p.m. – 400 meters women – semifinals – start list

Story: Shaunae Miller-Uibo of the Bahamas takes first place in the women’s 400m semifinals


Qualification for Heat 1: Shaunae Miller-Uibo, Bahamas, 49.55, Candice McLeod, Jamaica, 50.05, Anna Kielbasinska, Poland, 50.65. Heat 2 qualification: Fiordaliza Cofil, Dominican Republic, 50.14, Lieke Klaver, Netherlands, 50.18, Stephenie Ann McPherson, Jamaica, 50.56. Heat 3 qualification: Mariliedy Paulino, Dominican Republic, 49.98, Sada Williams, Barbados, 50.12.

7:15 p.m. – 400 meters men – semifinals – start list

Story: Michael Norman of Team USA, Champion Allison advances to the men’s 400 meter final


Qualification for Heat 1: Michael Norman, USA, 44.30, Matthew Hudson-Smith, Great Britain, 44.38, Christopher Taylor, Jamaica, 44.97. Heat 2 qualification: Kirani James, Grenada, 44.74, Bayapo Ndori, Botswana, 44.94. Heat 3 qualification: Champion Allison, USA, 44.71 Wayde van Niekerk, South Africa, 44.75 Jonathan Jones, Barbados, 44.78.

7:45pm – Women’s 3,000m Steeplechase – Final – start list

Story: Norah Jeruto Runs Away With Women’s Steeplechase Title


1. Norah Jeruto, Kazakhstan, 8:53.02

2. Verkuha Getachev, Ethiopia, 8:54–61

3. Mekides Abebe, Ethiopia, 8:56.08

4. Winfred Mutile Yavi, Bahrain, 9:01.31

5. Luiza Gega, Albania, 9:10.04

6. Courtney Frerichs, USA, 9:10.59

7. Aimee Pratt, UK, 9:15.64

8.Emma Coburn, USA, 9:16.49

9. Marwa Bouzayani, Tunisia, 9:20.92

10. Alice Finot, France, 9:21.40

11. Peruth Chemutai, Uganda, 9:21,93

12. Courtney Wayment, United States, 9:22.37

13. Celliphine Chepteek Chespol, Kenya, 9:27.34

14. Marusa Mismas Zrimsek, Slovenia, 9:40.78

15. Gesa Felicitas Krause, Germany, 9:52.66

To miss something? Full Results, Top Stories from Day 5 | day 4 | day 3 | day 2 | day 1


When: 10 days of competition in total on the following dates – July 15th to 24th

Where: Hayward Field | Eugene, Oregon

TV channel: NBC Sports, USA Network and CNBC. Check the full 2022 IAAF World Championships TV schedule to see when and when the event you want to watch is televised.

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