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World Athletics Championships 2023: Full schedule, fixtures, result, live streaming details

Published at :August 19, 2023 at 9:00 AM
Modified at :January 13, 2024 at 5:59 PM
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Neeraj Chopra to lead the 28 member Indian contingent

The most prestigious tournament after the Olympics, the World Athletics Championships 2023 will kick off in Budapest, Hungary at the National Athletics Centre on August 19 and will end on 27th August 2023. The first edition of the World Athletics championships was held in 1983 and since then it has been held biennially. So far, a total of 104 countries have won medals with USA occupying the top spot with 414 medals (183 Gold, 126 Silver and 105 Bronze). India has won only two medals (1 Silver and 1 Bronze).

Allyson Felix is the most successful athlete in the history of World Athletics Championships having won 20 medals (14 Gold, 3 Silver and 3 Bronze). Usain Bolt is the most successful male athlete having won 14 medals (11 Gold, 2 Silver and 1 Bronze).

When is World Athletics Championships 2023 scheduled to take place?

The competition is scheduled to take place in Budapest, Hungary at the National Athletics Centre from August 19 to 27.

Indians participating at World Athletics Championships 2023

India is sending 27-member squad for the World Athletics Championships 2023. Olympic Champion Neeraj Chopra, 2022 Commonwealth Games silver medalist Avinash Sable and Murali Sreeshankar are the best hope for India to win a medal. Some notable names who will look to breach the direct Olympic qualification mark are Jyothi Yarraji, Shaili Singh and the triple jumper trio of Eldhose Paul, Abdulla Aboobacker and Praveen Chithravel.

National record holder Jyothi Yarraji who has broken the national record several times in the past year will be one of the athletes to look out for. She recently rewrote her personal best and national record again at the World University Games with a timing of 12.78 seconds and narrowly missed the Olympic qualification mark by 0.01 seconds.

Youngster Shaili Singh, who has been training under former World medalist Anju Boby George, has a personal best of 6.76m. She has the capability of breaking her mentor’s national record and came pretty close to doing so. Shaili is also the youngest Indian to compete at the World Championships this year.

India’s Squad for the World Athletics Championships 2023

Men’s

800m – Krishan Kumar

1500m – Ajay Kumar Saroj

400m Hurdles – Santosh Kumar

3000m Steeplechase – Avinash Sable

35km Racewalk – Ram Baboo

20km Racewalk – Akashdeep Singh, Vikas Singh, Paramjeet Singh Bisht

4*400m Relay – Muhammed Anas, Muhammed Ajmal, Amoj Jacob, Rajesh Ramesh, Arul Rajalingam, Mijo Chacko Kurian

Javelin Throw – Neeraj Chopra, DP Manu, Kishore Jena

High Jump – Sarvesh Anil Kushare

Long Jump – Murali Sreeshankar, Jeswin Aldrin

Triple Jump – Praveen Chithravel, Abdulla Aboobacker, Eldhose Paul

Women’s

100m Hurdles – Jyothi Yarraji

3000m Steeplechase – Parul Chaudhary

Long Jump – Shaili Singh

Javelin Throw – Annu Rani

Events at the World Athletics Championships 2023

There will be a total of 49 events (24 Male, 24 Female and 1 Mixed Team). 22 events are common for both categories these include 100m, 200m, 400m, 800m, 1500m, 5000m, 10,000m, Marathon, 400m hurdles, 3000m Steeplechase, 20km Race Walk, 35km Race Walk, 400m relays, Javelin Throw, High Jump, Long Jump, Pole Vault, Triple Jump, Shot Put, Dicuss Throw and Hammer Throw.

The two different events are decathlon and 110m hurdles in men and heptathlon and 100m hurdles in women. The mixed team event is 4*400m mixed relay.

Where and how to watch World Athletics Championships 2023?

In the United States, television rights for the championships belong to NBC Sports.

Eurovision Sport and ESPN jointly hold and distribute World Athletics media rights in Europe and Africa for 2023. Warner Bros. Discovery has agreed a deal with World Athletics rights-holders Eurovision Sport and ESPN to broadcast the nine-day event on its channels – Eurosport 1, Eurosport 2 and Eurosport App – including its platform discovery+ on a non-exclusive basis in more than 45 countries across Europe (excluding the Nordics region – Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden).

Streaming is available on discovery+ in Austria, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, UK and Ireland.

Where and how to watch live telecast and live streaming of World Athletics Championships 2023 in India?

Sports 18 holds the broadcast rights for the Word Athletics Championships 2023 in India. Fans can catch the live telecast of the World Athletics Championships on Sports 18 channels. The live streaming will be available on the Jio network.

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Schedule for World Athletics Championships 2023 (All timings in IST)

August 19, Saturday

Track Event

12:20 PM – Men’s 20 km Race Walk Final

2.05 PM – Women’s 100m hurdles Heptathlon

2.35 PM – Mixed 4*400m relay Prelim

3.05 PM – 3000m men’s steeplechase heats

4.05 PM – Men’s 100 m heats

4.45 PM – Women’s 1500m heats

10.32 PM – Men’s 1500 heats

11.23 PM – Men’s 100 m heats

12.00 AM – Women’s 200 m Heptathlon (20th August)

12.25 AM – Women’s 10,000m Final (20th August)

1:27 AM – Mixed 4x400m relay Final (20th August)

Field Events

2:00 PM – Men’s Shot Put Heats

3:15 PM – Women’s High Jump Heptathlon

3:30 PM – Men’s Hammer Throw Prelim (A)

3:55 PM – Women’s Long Jump Prelim

5.20 PM – Men’s Hammer Throw Prelim (B)

10.35 PM – Women’s Shot Put Heptathlon

10.40 PM – Men’s Discus Throw Prelim (A)

11.05 PM – men’s Triple Jump Prelim

12.04 AM – Men’s Shot Put Final (20th August)

12:20 AM – Men’s Discus Throw Prelim (B) (20th August)

August 20

Track Events

10:45 AM – Women’s 20 km Race Walk Final

1:05 PM – Women’s 400m Prelim

1:55 PM – Men’s 400m Prelim

2:55 PM – Men’s 400m hurdles Prelim

3:40 PM – Women’s 100m Prelim

4:35 PM – Men’s 110m hurdles Prelim

8:05 PM – Men’s 100m semi-finals

8:35 PM – Women’s 1500m semi-finals

9:05 PM – Men’s 1500m semi-finals

9:30 PM – Women’s 800m Heptathlon

9:55 PM – Men’s 10,000m final

10:40 PM – Men’s 100m final

Field Event

12:30 PM – Women’s Discus Throw Prelim (A)

1:20 PM – Women’s Long Jump Heptathlon

2:00 PM – Women’s Discus Throw Prelims (B)

2:05 PM – Men’s High Jump Prelims

3:30 PM – Women’s Javelin Throw Heptathlon (A)

4:35 PM – Women’s Javelin Throw Heptathlon (B)

8:25 PM – Women’s Long Jump final

9:20 PM – Men’s Hammer Throw final

August 21

Track Event

10:20 PM – Women’s 400 m hurdles Prelim

11:05 PM – Men’s 400m hurdles semi-finals

11:35 PM – Men’s 110m hurdles semi-finals

12:.05 AM – Women’s 100m semi-finals (22 August)

12:40 AM – Women’s 400m semi-finals (22 August)

1:20 AM – Men’s 110m hurdles final (22 August)

2:20 AM W 100m Final (22 August)

Field Event

10:20 PM – Women’s Pole Vault Prelims

11:20 PM – Men’s Triple Jump final

12:00 AM – Men’s Discus Throw final (22 August)

August 22

Track Event

10:20 PM – Women’s 100m hurdles Prelims

10:50 PM – Men’s 800m Prelims

11:55 PM – Women’s 400m hurdles semi-finals

12:30 AM – Men’s 400m semi-finals (23 August)

1:00 AM – Women’s 1500m final (23 August)

1:12 AM – Men’s 3000m steeplechase final (23 August)

Field Event

11:25 PM – Men’s High Jump final

11:50 PM Women’s Discus Throw final

August 23

Track Event

1:35 PM Women’s 800m Prelims

2:40 PM – Women’s 5000m Prelims

3:35 PM – Women’s 200m Prelims

4:20 PM – Men’s 200m Prelims

11:25 PM – Women’s 3000m steeplechase Prelims

12:20 AM – Women’s 100m hurdles semi-finals (24 August)

12:45 AM – Men’s 1500m final (24 August)

1:05 AM – Women’s 400m final (24 August)

1:20 AM – Men’s 400m hurdles final (24 August)

Field Event

1:45 PM – Men’s Pole Vault Prelims

2:20 PM – Women’s Javelin Throw Prelims (A)

2:45 PM – Men’s Long Jump Prelims

3:25 PM – Women’s Javelin Throw Prelims (B)

10:30 PM – Women’s Hammer Throw Prelims (A)

10:40 PM – Women’s Triple Jump Prelims

11:30 PM – Women’s Pole Vault final

12:05 AM – Women’s Hammer Throw Prelims (B) (24 August)

August 24

Track Event

10:30 AM – Men’s 35km Race Walk final

10:30 AM – Women’s 35km Race Walk final

10:30 PM – Men’s 5000m Prelim

11:15 PM – Women’s 200m semi-finals

11:50 PM – Men’s 200m semi-finals

12:20 AM – Men’s 800m semi-finals (25 August)

12:55 AM – Women’s 100m hurdles final (25 August)

1:05 AM – Men’s 400m final (25 August)

2:20 AM – Women’s 400m hurdles final (25 August)

Field Event

11:00 PM – Men’s Long Jump final

11:45 PM – Women’s Hammer Throw final

August 25

Track Event

1:35 PM – Men’s 100m Decathlon

11:00 PM – Men’s 4*100m Relay Prelims

11:30 PM – Women’s 4*100 m Relay Prelims

11:55 PM – Women’s 800m semi-finals

12:35 AM – Men’s 400m Decathlon (26 August)

1:20 AM – Women’s 200m final (26 August)

1:30 AM – Men’s 200m final (26 August)

Field Event

1:40 PM – Men’s Javelin Throw Prelims (A)

1:50 PM – Women’s High Jump Prelims

2:25 PM – Men’s Long Jump Decathlon

3:15 PM – Men’s Javelin Throw Prelim (B)

3:50 PM – Men’s Shot Put Decathlon

10:00 AM – Men’s High Jump Decathlon

10:05 AM – Women’s Triple Jump Final

11:50 AM – Women’s Javelin Throw final

August 26

Track Event

10:30 AM – Women’s Marathon final

1:35 PM – Men’s 110m hurdles Decathlon

11:00 PM – Men’s 4*400m Relay Prelims

11:25 PM – Women’s 4*400m Relay Prelims

12:00 AM – Women’s 800m final (27 August)

12:20 AM – Women’s 5000m final (27 August)

12:55 AM – Men’s 1500m Decathlon (27 August)

1:20 AM – Men’s 4*100m Relay final (27 August)

1:30 AM – Women’s 4*100m Relay Final (27 August)

Field Event

1:55 PM – Women’s Shot Put Prelims

2:30 PM – Men’s Discus Throw Decathlon (A)

3:35 PM – Men’s Discus Throw Decathlon (B)

5:30 PM – Men’s Pole Vault Decathlon

10:35 PM – Men’s Javelin Throw Decathlon (A)

10:55 PM – Men’s Pole Vault final

11:40 PM – Men’s Javelin Throw Decathlon (B)

11:45 PM – Women’s Shot Put final

August 27

Track Event

10:30 AM – Men’s Marathon final

11:40 PM – Men’s 5000m final

12:15 AM – Women’s 800m final (28 August)

12:40 AM – Women’s 3000m steeplechase final (28 August)

1:07 AM – Men’s 4x400m Relay final (28 August)

2:17 AM – Women’s 4x400m Relay final (28 August)

Field Event

11:35 PM – Women’s High Jump final

11:50 PM – Men’s Javelin Throw final

Results

Men’s 3000m Steeplechase

Avinash Sable: Heat 1 – 7th

Men’s Triple Jump

Abdulla Aboobacker – 16.61m (14th)

Praveen Chithravel – 16.38m (20th)

Eldhose Paul – 15.59m (29th)

Women’s Long Jump

Shaili Singh – 6.40m (24th)

Men’s 20km Race Walk

Akashdeep Singh – 47th

Vikash Singh – 28th

Paramjit Singh – 35th

Men’s 1500m

Ajay Kumar Saroj – 3:38:24 (13th)

Women’s 100m hurdles

Jyothi Yarraji – 13.05 sec (7th in Heat 4)

Men’s Long Jump

Jeswin Aldrin – 7.77m (11th)

Murali Sreeshankar – 7.74m (10th in Group B and 22nd overall)

Women’s 3000m Steeplecahse

Parul Chaudhary – 11th (09:15.31)

Men’s Javelin

Neeraj Chopra – 1st (88.17m)

Kishore Kumar Jena – 5th (84.77m)

Manu DP – 6th (84.14m)

Men’s 4*400m Relay

Muhammed Anees Yahiya, Amoj Jacob, Muhammed Ajmal and Rajesh Ramesh – 5th (02.59.92)

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