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Birmingham Diamond League live stream: How to watch live online and TV

The Diamond League is back for its second event after the opener in Doha last week.

Birmingham hosts the meet this week with an array of stars across each event, packed with Olympic medalists from Tokyo last year.

It sees the reopening of the Alexander Stadium, which has enjoyed a £72m makeover ahead of this summer’s Commonwealth Games.

Most of Team GB’s Olympic heroes will be in action, including Dina Asher-Smith, Keely Hodgkinson, Laura Muir and Josh Kerr.

While some world class international athletes have also made the trip, including Jamaica’s Olympic 110m hurdle champion Hansle Parchment, Italy’s high jump gold medalist Gianmarco Tamberi and Canada’s sprint superstar Andre De Grasse.

Here’s how to watch and follow all the action from Birmingham.

When and where is the Birmingham Diamond League?

The Birmingham Diamond League will be at the Alexander Stadium on 21 May, with the domestic action starting at 11:30am. The international events begin from 2:04pm.

You can watch the Birmingham Diamond League live on BBC One from 13:15-16:30 BST (only 13:15-14:00 in Scotland), while you can stream it online with the BBC iPlayer and online.

Alternatively you can follow the action live, including results and reaction with Independent Sport’s live blog.


11:30 Women U17 4 x 100m Relay Club Connect11:35 Women Seated Shot F55/57 11:38 Men U17 4 x 100m Relay Club Connect 11:46 Women U20 4 x 100m Relay Club Connect 11:54 Men U20 4 x 100m Relay Club Connect 12:02 Men 800m Wheelchair12:10 Women 400m Wheelchair12:18 Men 3000m Steeplechase 12:33 Women 800m B12:52 Women 400m B13:02 Men 100m Ambulant 13:10 Women 100m Ambulant13:21 Women Discus Throw 13:24 Men High Jump 13:26 Men 800mB 13:34 Women 100m B 13:42 Men 100m B 13:47 Women Pole Vault 13:50 Men 400m B 14:04 Women 400m Hurdles 14:09 Women Final 3 Discus Throw 14:17 Women 1500m 14:25 Women Long Jump 14:29 Men 100m 14:37 Men 800m 14:46 Women 100m 14:53 Men Discus Throw 14:55 Men 400m 15:03 Women 5000m15:19 Women Final 3 Long Jump 15:28 Men 1500m 15:41 Men 110m Hurdles 15:43 Men Final 3 Discus Throw15:51 Women 800m 16:05 Men 4 x 100m Relay 16:15 Women 4 x 100m Relay 16:16

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