Diamond League

Oslo Diamond League schedule and start times including Dream Mile 2022 (cloned)

Jakob Ingebrigtsen headlines the Diamond League in Oslo this week with Norway’s 1,500m Olympic champion targeting a sensational performance in the Dream Mile.

Norway’s other track superstar, Karsten Warholm, is out injured following a hamstring issue in the Rabat Diamond League earlier this month.

But there promises to be plenty of intriguing races on Thursday evening, with Steve Cram’s 37-year European record (3:46.32 ) in the mile at threat, though firstly Ingebrigtsen will hope to become the first man in his family to win the prestigious event.

Olympic silver medalist Keely Hodgkinson is also in action in the women’s 800m, while others sharpen up as National Championships and trials for this summer’s World Championships draw closer.

Here’s the schedule, start times and how to watch all the action in Oslo at the Bislett Stadium.

How can I watch and is there a live stream?

You can watch all the action in the UK live on BBC Three, meaning there is a live stream via the iPlayer.

Coverage starts at 19:00 BST, with young Dutch star Femke Bol up immediately in the women’s 400m hurdles.


16 June

Times BST

16:25 400m Hurdles Women National16:31 Shot Put Women16:38 4x100m Men16:50 4x100m Women17:00 1500m Men National17:10 1500m Women National17:45 Pole Vault Men17:45 200m Men National17:51 Hammer Throw Men17:56 200m Women National18:06 100m Men National Heat A18:16 100m Women National18:26 100m Men National Heat B18:46 Opening Ceremony18:53 Race to Zero 100m Para Men19:04 400m Hurdles Women19:14 400m Men19:15 Long Jump Men19:19 5000m Women19:39 100m Men20:44 200m Women20:48 Discus Throw Women19:49 5000M Men20:13 110m Hurdles Men20:25 800m Women20:38 400m Hurdles Men20:50 Dream Mile Men21:07 4x400m Women

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