World Athletics Championships

October 2019

Doha 2019: Day 10 - Part 1

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Gabby Logan presents live coverage from Doha, where Norwegian teenage star Jakob Ingebrigtsen shows off his incredible middle distance talents. Expert analysis is provided by Paula Radcliffe.

Doha 2019: Day 10 - Part 2

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Gabby Logan presents live coverage as the World Athletics Championships conclude with the 4x400m relays – an event in which Britain’s women have enjoyed considerable success in recent years.

Doha 2019: Day 9 - Part 1

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Gabby Logan presents live coverage of the penultimate day of the World Athletics Championships from Doha. Expert analysis comes from Olympic heptathlon champion Jessica Ennis-Hill.

Doha 2019: Day 9 - Part 2

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Gabby Logan presents as double European indoor champion Laura Muir attempts to climb a global podium for the first time in the 1500m final.

Doha 2019: Day 9 - Part 3

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Continued live coverage presented by Gabby Logan, as Britain’s sprint relay teams are eyeing double Doha glory. Expert analysis is provided by four-time Olympic gold medallist Michael Johnson.

Doha 2019: Day 8

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Gabby Logan presents as home high jump favourite Mutaz Essa Barshim attempts to bring the house down with a Qatari victory, and South Africa's Wayde van Niekerk defends his 400m world title.

Doha 2019: Day 7 - Part 1

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Jeanette Kwakye presents live coverage from Doha. Thursday afternoon’s heptathlon schedule features the long jump - a traditionally strong event for Brit Katarina Johnson-Thompson.

Doha 2019: Day 7 - Part 2

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Gabby Logan presents as a high-class heptathlon reaches its finale. Thursday's packed schedule features the javelin and concludes with two laps of the track in the seventh and final event, the 800m.

Doha 2019: Day 7 - Part 3

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Continued coverage featuring Katarina Johnson-Thompson’s bid for heptathlon glory.

Doha 2019: Day 6 - Part 1

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Jeanette Kwakye presents live coverage from Doha of the fascinating heptathlon head to head between Britain’s Katarina Johnson-Thompson and reigning world and Olympic champion Nafi Thiam.
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