The IAAF continues to work tirelessly to bring its events to athletics fans across the globe. From 4-13 August, fans will be able to watch the best athletes in the world in action at the IAAF World Championships London 2017, which will bring a record 2038 athletes from 205 teams to the British capital.
Action from the London Stadium, venue of the 2012 Olympic Games, will be available to watch across all the IAAF’s continental areas via a combination of coverage on the channels of several broadcasters and a geo-blocked live stream which will be available in more than 140 countries.
The live stream will be simultaneously shown on the following official IAAF platforms:
Territories with access to the live stream
The live stream will be active during the following dates/times (all times local, GMT/UTC +1):
4 August: 19:00-21:40.
5 August: 10:00-13:05. 19:00-22:05.
6 August: 10:00-14:20. 19:00-22:10.
7 August: 18:30-22:10.
8 August: 19:20-22:10.
9 August: 19:05-22:10.
10 August: 18:30-22:10.
11 August: 10:00-13:15. 17:00-22:10.
12 August: 10:00-14:35. 17:30-22:10.
13 August: 7:45-14:40. 19:00-21:35.
– Global broadcast intentions per territory
– Sub-Saharan Africa
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Note from Runner’s Tribe: Australians will have to do their World Champs viewing on Eurosport if you are lucky enough to have access. Or give this link a go http://www.watchathletics.com/