World Athletics Championships

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World Athletics Championships

Coverage of the 2023 World Athletics Championships in Budapest.

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August 2023
Live and uninterrupted coverage of the women’s marathon, with competitors running four laps of a 10km course incorporating Budapest’s historic landmarks.
Keely Hodgkinson takes centre stage for Great Britain as she aims for a first 800m world title, one of seven gold medals to be decided on the final night in Hungary.
Join Gabby Logan and guests for a pulsating evening of athletics action, with gold medals to be decided in six events, including the 4x100m relay finals and the men's 800m and pole vault finals.
Live coverage of the morning session on day seven, featuring the start of the two-day decathlon and qualification in numerous field events.
Triple jump queen Yulimar Rojas seeks to retain her title in the Hungarian capital, while the men’s sprint relay heats take place and the decathlon continues with the high jump.
The 200m world titles are decided, with 2019 winner Dina Asher-Smith and fellow British record holder Zharnel Hughes hoping to be in medal contention for Great Britain.
Live coverage of day six of the World Championships, with five more world titles on offer and the 200m finalists decided in both the men’s and women’s events.
Coverage of the women’s 100m hurdles and the men's and women's 400m finals, with Jasmine Camacho-Quinn, Nia Ali, Femke Bol and Wayde van Niekerk all likely to be in the action.
British big guns Keely Hodgkinson, Dina Asher-Smith, Daryll Neita and Zharnel Hughes are all due to take to the track on the fifth morning of the World Championships in Budapest.
Global superstars Karsten Warholm, Jakob Ingebrigtsen and Sydney McLaughlin-Levrone all vie for more personal glory in the men's 400m hurdles and 1,500m and women's 400m.
An enthralling fourth day of athletics in Budapest gets underway with finals in two field events and several British athletes beginning their quest for success.
Highly decorated British athlete Laura Muir takes on one of the greatest middle-distance runners of all time, Kenya’s Faith Kipyegon, in the women’s 1,500m final in Budapest.
Olympic 400m hurdles champion and force of nature Karsten Warholm is among the global stars on show in the early part of the evening session at Budapest’s National Athletics Centre.
British record holder Dina Asher-Smith is among a formidable cast of contenders in the women’s 100m, with tonight’s final set to be one of the highlights of the championships.
A galaxy of world-class stars are in action on the second morning of competition, including British record holder Dina Asher-Smith in the heats of the women’s 100m.
The world’s fastest man will be decided in Budapest – can Zharnel Hughes continue his record form and become Great Britain’s first global 100m champion since 1993?
Former world champion Katarina Johnson-Thompson and multiple major medallist Laura Muir lead the British contingent on the opening morning of this global extravaganza in Budapest.
Uninterrupted coverage of the first evening session in Budapest, featuring the fastest man in the world so far this year – Britain’s Zharnel Hughes.
July 2022
Jeanette Kwakye introduces a bumper final session in Oregon as Great Britain’s Keely Hodgkinson goes for gold in the women’s 800m.