Diamond League

Stockholm Diamond League 2022 schedule and start times

The Diamond League rolls into Stockholm tonight with the return of Olympic 100m champion Marcell Jacobs.

Great Britain’s Reece Prescod goes up against the Italian, who is coming back from an injury-hit 2022, in the men’s 100m. While Team GB queen Dina Asher-Smith is also in action in the women’s 200m with a fascinating head-to-head against Switzerland’s Mujinga Kambundji.

Look out for a host of Olympic champions too, including Jasmine Camacho-Quinn in the 100m hurdles, pole vault superstar Mondo Duplantis, and India’s javelin phenomenon Neeraj Chopra.

While one of Europe’s rising stars, Femke Bol, will hope to respond to Olympic champion Sydney McLaughlin, who broke her own 400m hurdles world record in the United States track and field championships last week.

Here’s the schedule, start times and how to watch all the action in Stockholm

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.

Schedule

30 June

Times BST

16:40 Women 400 meter hurdles, national16:47 Women Shot put16:50 Men 400 meter hurdles, national17:05 Women 800 meters, national17:15 Men 800 meters, national17:34 Women 100 meter hurdles, national17:40 Men Long Jump, additional17:47 Men 4×100 meters18:03 Women 1500 meters, promotional18:16 Women 4×100 meters, promotional18:22 Men Javelin Throw18:26 Women High Jump18:30 Men 1500 meters promotional18:45 Men Pole Vault18:50 Women 400 meters, promotional19:04 Women 400 meter Hurdles19:15 Men 100 meters19:25 Women Long Jump19:29 Women 800 meters19:39 Men 3000 meters19:53 Men Discus Throw19:57 Women 100 meter Hurdles20:07 Women 3000 meters Steeplechase20:28 Men 400 meters Hurdles20:40 Women 200 meters20:51 Men 800 meters

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