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  • #91
    All my posts between 15th July and 6th October 2019 have been lost due to AW mistakenly banning me.

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  • #92
    Live streams for Saturday 12th October to Sunday 13th October:

    The INEOS 1:59 Challenge (tomorrow) and the Chicago Marathon with Mo Farah (Sunday) are both live on BBC platforms.

    If you have an appetite for any more, there's plenty of road racing on Sunday, all very easy to stream:
    Durban 10k CitySurfRun (RSA) - IAAF Bronze label
    Les 20km de Paris - IAAF Silver label
    Eindhoven Marathon
    De 4 Mijl van Groningen
    Rennes 10k - European match road races including home nation teams.

    Links & details at https://www.dropbox.com/s/t3yfp0co2a...10-13.odt?dl=0 (all links clickable)

    Next post on Saturday 19th October.

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    • #93
      Live streams for Friday 18th to Saturday 19th October:

      I probably wouldn't usually post links for the Japanese U20/U18 Championships but it's usual to have meetings to watch after the World Championships. Looking at the fields the standard and depth is pretty good in many events.

      At the Denka Challenge Cup Michael Norman is running the 200 and Nakaayi & Nayondo are in the W 800 & 1500 respectively.

      Next post on Saturday 20th for Sunday's road action - marathons in Amsterdam, Toronto, Lisbon & Poznan; half marathons in Delhi & Lisbon; the Great South Run.

      The Military World Games in Wuhan also starts on 22nd October. There's a lot of good athletes involved there - you can peruse the entries via https://results.wuhan2019mwg.cn/inde...?sportcode=ath There should be live streaming for this.

      Fri 18 - Sun 20 Oct Japanese U20/U18 Championships (Hiroshima, JPN)
      Time of streams (UK time): Fri- 12.55am - 9.30am; Sat- 12.55am - 11am; Sun- 12.55am - 7.15am
      Official streams: Fri - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=37H7Ffe--_M ; Sat - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=crrS5oSjNXw ; Sun - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RbLhJemPul4 (no geo-blocking)
      Entry lists: M U20 - https://www.jaaf.or.jp/files/upload/.../13_120518.pdf ; W U20 - https://www.jaaf.or.jp/files/upload/.../13_120531.pdf ; M U18 - https://www.jaaf.or.jp/files/upload/.../13_120559.pdf ; W U18 -
      Timetable: https://www.jaaf.or.jp/files/competi...ent/1373-3.pdf (Japan 8 hours ahead) - = men; = women

      Sat 19 Oct Denka Athletics Challenge Cup (Niigata, JPN)
      Time of stream (UK time): 1.30am - 11.05am
      Official stream: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vs6tcXkeJ-0 (no geo-blocking)
      Entry lists: https://www.jaaf.or.jp/files/competi...ent/1431-4.pdf
      Timetable: https://www.jaaf.or.jp/files/competi...ent/1431-3.pdf (Japan 8 hours ahead) - = men; = women
      Last edited by LuckySpikes; 16-10-19, 18:09.

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      • #94
        Live streams for Friday 18th to Saturday 19th October:

        I probably wouldn't usually post links for the Japanese U20/U18 Championships but it's usual to have meetings to watch after the World Championships. Looking at the fields the standard and depth is pretty good in many events.

        At the Denka Challenge Cup (Japan), Michael Norman is running the 200 and Nakaayi & Nayondo are in the W 800 & 1500 respectively.

        Links & details at https://www.dropbox.com/s/ser7vtzmf3...10-19.odt?dl=0 (all links clickable)

        Next post on Saturday 20th for Sunday's road action - marathons in Amsterdam, Toronto, Lisbon & Poznan; half marathons in Delhi & Lisbon and the Great South Run.

        The Military World Games in Wuhan also starts on 22nd October. There's a lot of good athletes involved there - you can peruse the entries via https://results.wuhan2019mwg.cn/inde...?sportcode=ath There should be live streaming for this, details posted in due course.

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        • #95
          Live streams/broadcasts for Sunday 20th October:

          Delhi Half Marathon - still not certain this will be streamed for free
          Poznan Marathon
          Lisbon Marathon
          Amsterdam Marathon - Eurosport 1 or a mixture of Dutch & English commentary on the website stream
          Great South Run - Channel 5
          Luso Half Marathon (Lisbon)
          Toronto Waterfront Marathon - always an excellent broadcast

          Links & details at https://www.dropbox.com/s/m56iiy3kkb...10-20.odt?dl=0 (all links clickable)

          Hopefully on Monday I will be able to confirm streaming for the Military World Games athletics starting on Tuesday.

          Next post after that will be on Friday 25th October. Events included are the Frankfurt Marathon & Valencia Half Marathon. Also, over the next couple of weeks there will be a few free-to-watch streams for NCAA Conference Cross Country Championships, including a couple of very good ones such as Pac-12 & West Coast.

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          • #96
            Bump past 3+ pages of spam!

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            • #97
              Yes, it's ridiculously bad again. And it can't even do the spammers any good, I'm sure no one clicks on their links.

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              • #98
                Not sure what's going on with the Lisbon Marathon broadcast. It says, "On Air: EDP Maratona de Lisboa 2019" to the right of the video but it's showing other stuff. Technical difficulties maybe but they're not showing a message to that effect.
                EDIT 8.40am: Now we have the stream!

                Originally posted by Occasional Hope View Post
                Yes, it's ridiculously bad again. And it can't even do the spammers any good, I'm sure no one clicks on their links.
                Yes, now that most links are banned in posts they've just started posting them in the thread titles!
                Last edited by LuckySpikes; 20-10-19, 09:41.

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                • #99
                  Live streams for Tuesday 22nd October onwards:

                  There's some good athletes at the Military World Games track & field, including some world champions. Morning session are early hours for us but the evening sessions start at midday our time. It looks like most of the athletics will be streamed but not all, so it's just a case of clicking through to see if the events you're interested in are being shown or not.

                  Next post on Friday 25th for the weekend's road & XC action as well as the European Athletics Golden Tracks Awards on Saturday evening.

                  Tue 22 - Sun 27 Oct Military World Games (Wuhan, CHN)
                  Time of streams: Various - see CCTV-5 and CCTV-5+ schedules at http://www.sinoepg.net/
                  Official stream: Some on CCTV-5 at http://tv.cctv.com/live/cctv5/index.shtml AND some on CCTV-5+ at http://tv.cctv.com/live/cctv5plus/index.shtml (VPN needed for both)
                  Entry lists: go to https://results.wuhan2019mwg.cn/inde...?sportcode=ath then click "Men's Events" or "Women's Events", select an event and then click "Entries by Event"
                  Startlists & Results: click on events via https://results.wuhan2019mwg.cn/inde...?sportcode=ath
                  Timetable: https://results.wuhan2019mwg.cn/inde...?sportcode=ath (China 7 hours ahead)

                  NOTE – The timetable is a bit weird. If an event has a straight final, the final shows on the timetable. However, if an event has one or more rounds you have to click on the first round of the event to see the schedule for the other rounds (including the final).
                  Last edited by LuckySpikes; 22-10-19, 12:00.

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                  • Live streams for Tuesday 22nd October onwards:

                    Editing my original post caused it to be flagged and hidden as spam (!) so I've had to put the info in a document instead.

                    There's some good athletes at the Military World Games track & field, including some world champions. Morning session are early hours for us but the evening sessions start at midday our time. Some of the sessions are on CCTV-5 and some on CCTV-5+ (Plus) so check the TV schedule (SinoEPG) at the link provided.

                    Details & links at https://www.dropbox.com/s/gg1ujmexsi...10-22.odt?dl=0 (all links clickable)

                    Next post on Friday 25th for the weekend's road & XC action as well as the European Athletics Golden Tracks Awards on Saturday evening.

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                    • Occasional Hope
                      Occasional Hope commented
                      Editing a comment
                      And yet actual spam posts are allowed free reign!

                  • Live streams for Saturday 26th October to Sunday 27th October:

                    Saturday -
                    Kitakyushu Carnival incl Japanese Relay Championships (JPN) - track meeting
                    European Athletics Golden Tracks Awards
                    All Japan 50km Race Walk - incl trials for Tokyo 2020

                    Sunday -
                    Valencia Half Marathon
                    20km Marseille-Cassis
                    Venice Marathon
                    Dublin Marathon
                    Frankfurt Marathon - Steph Twell & (?) Jess Piasecki amongst the Brits going for the Olympic standard (2:29:30)
                    Ljubljana Marathon

                    Details & links at https://www.dropbox.com/s/yftxsnijmh...10-27.odt?dl=0 (all links clickable)

                    I had promised some NCAA conference cross country championship action this weekend. There's a whole load of Division 2 championships on Saturday. The GNAC championships are usually streamed but there's no indication of that this year, as yet. Otherwise, the other best ones aren't being streamed for free. So, I'm not going to post any of the lower-quality conferences just for the sake of it. Next weekend, however, there will be a few Division 1 conference championships being streamed.

                    Next post on Thursday 31st October.

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                    • Live streams/broadcasts for Friday 1st November to Tuesday 5th November:

                      Road races being broadcast/streamed this weekend:
                      Sat -
                      USA 5km Road Championships (New York)
                      Beijing Marathon
                      Sun -
                      New York City Marathon
                      Istanbul Marathon
                      Porto Marathon
                      Guadalajara (MEX) Marathon

                      Now that I've found an English language TV guide for CCTV-5 there should be streams for several of the Chinese marathons throughout the year.

                      Also, there's a few NCAA Division 1 Conference Cross Country championships for you on Friday & Saturday:
                      • Pac-12 - possibly the conference for distance/cross-country featuring Stanford, Colorado, Oregon & Washington amongst others; the Youtube stream is a rolling stream of the channel so the races won't be archived, however you can skip back 12 hours on the stream
                      • West Coast - includes BYU, Portland & San Francisco
                      • SEC - another big one including Arkansas, Ole Miss, Georgia & Tennessee
                      • American (AAC) - more known as a sprinters conference, this features Unis such as UConn, Tulsa & Temple
                      • America East - this conference doesn't often have NCAA superstars (Elinor Purrier was a recent exception) but there's a lot of solid "programs" including New Hampshire, Stony Brook & Albany
                      • Big Ten (highlights on Tuesday) - another top conference featuring the likes of Michigan, Wisconsin, Indiana, Minnesota & Ohio State
                      There's 32 Division 1 conferences in total but many of them don't live stream their XC and there's a few of the other big ones that are on Flotrack or on subscriber channels not available on the internet.

                      There's also live streams for two Division 3 Conference Championships on Saturday & Sunday - SUNYAC and HCAC.

                      Links & details at https://www.dropbox.com/s/n5a9t4g31x...11-05.odt?dl=0 (all links clickable)
                      Last edited by LuckySpikes; 31-10-19, 18:46.

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                      • Bumping up past the spam threads!

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                        • Live streams for Saturday 9th November:

                          A quiet weekend on the streaming front. However, the IAAF Cross Country Permit series starts with the Cross de Atapuerca in Spain.
                          Usually there's England & Wales teams running this but I can't see any mention on their websites this year. Charlotte Arter & Jenny Nesbitt are definitely entered though (I saw a promo photo of them in Burgos).

                          The only other live stream is the NCAA Division 2 South Central Regional Cross Country Championships. This is a strong regional featuring Adams State & the Colorado schools (Mines, UC-Springs, Mesa etc) amongst others.

                          Sat 9 Nov Cross de Atapuerca (Burgos, ESP) - IAAF XC Permit
                          Time of stream (UK time): 9.45am onwards ; U20 races commence at 11.50am, Senior races from 1.15pm (see Timetable)
                          Official stream: via https://www.youtube.com/user/idjburgos/ (no geo-blocking)
                          Entry lists:
                          Preview: https://www.iaaf.org/news/preview/cr...eri-kifle-chel
                          Timetable: https://www.crossatapuerca.com/nw/el...as-y-horarios/ (Spain 1 hour ahead)

                          Sat 9 Nov NCAA Division II South Central Regional Cross Country Championships (Canyon, TX, USA)
                          Time of stream (UK time): (Women's 6km starts at 2.30pm; Men's 10km starts at 3.45pm)
                          Official stream: via https://www.facebook.com/wtathletics (no geo-blocking)
                          Entry lists: Women's - https://live.athletic.net/meets/4742...175647/entries ; Men's - https://live.athletic.net/meets/4742...175648/entries

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                          • Live streams for Saturday 9th November:

                            A very quiet weekend on the streaming front. However, the IAAF Cross Country Permit series starts with the Cross de Atapuerca in Spain.
                            Usually there's England & Wales teams running this but I can't see any mention on their websites this year. Charlotte Arter & Jenny Nesbitt are definitely entered though (I saw a promo photo of them in Burgos).

                            The only other live stream is the NCAA Division 2 South Central Regional Cross Country Championships. This is a strong regional featuring Adams State & the Colorado Unis (Mines, UC-Springs, Mesa etc) amongst others.

                            Links & details at https://www.dropbox.com/s/83airqhfx1...11-09.odt?dl=0 (all links clickable)

                            Next post next Thursday or Friday.

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