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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 (all links clickable)

    Next post next Thursday or Friday.


    • The next post will be posted later tonight or tomorrow morning in time for Friday's live stream at 2pm of the short races at the World Mountain Running Championships.

      There's various other XC and road events streaming on Saturday & Sunday too.


      • Live streams for Friday 15th November to Sunday 17th October:

        Friday + Saturday
        • World Mountain Running Championships from Patagonia - sometimes the live streams for mountain running are little more than finish-line cameras but these broadcasts are on South America's big TV sports network so the coverage should be good. Lots of British and Irish interest in these races. Friday is the short races whereas Saturday is the 41.5km race.
        OK, I was wrong - the broadcast for the WRMA championships is awful - they're repeating reels of the opening ceremony and interviews but not showing the race! Possibly technical issues because it's tipping down there. So, I've removed the details & links from the document below.

        • Corrida Bulloise - the first of 3 road races in the Circuit de Courses series in Switzerland - all of them do repeated laps of the old town (Geneva in 2 weeks' time and Sion in 4 weeks); they do an excellent job with the broadcasts of these races
        • Three of the 8 NCAA Division 3 XC Regional Championships
        • Kansai Corporate Ekiden Championships (JPN) - Men's race; the 7 legs total 80.45km; a qualifier for the big New Year's Day Ekiden
        • Verona Marathon (ITA)
        • Cross Internacional de Soria (ESP) - 2nd leg of the IAAF XC Permit series
        • Zevenheuvelenloop (Nijmegen, NED) - 15km road race where Cheptegei set the World Best last year; Good women's field especially
        All links and details at (all links clickable)

        None of the NCAA Division 1 Regionals are available to watch for free this weekend - they're all on FloTrack instead, as are all 3 of next weekend's NCAA Championships.

        Next post on Friday 22nd November.
        Last edited by LuckySpikes; 15-11-19, 16:06.


        • Live streams for Saturday 23rd November to Thursday 28 October:

          • World Athletics Awards 2019 (Monaco)
          • National Corporate Women's Ekiden Championships (JPN) - aka the Queen's Ekiden
          • Cross Valmusone (ITA) - Italian trials for Euro Cross
          • Cross Internacional de la Constitucion (Alcobendas, ESP) - 3rd leg of the IAAF XC Permit series
          • Firenze Marathon (ITA) - highlights only
          • The Manchester Road Race (Connecticut, USA) - one of the top road races in the USA, over the classic 4.748 mile distance
          All links and details at (all links clickable)

          The post for next weekend's events will be early (Wed evening or Thurs morning) because I am going away for the weekend.


          • Live streams for Sunday 1st December:

            • Kunming Marathon (CHN)
            • Fukuoka Marathon (JPN)
            • Valencia Marathon (ESP) - top-notch fields for this; it's on subscription TV in Spain but even so last year there were 2 official live streams on Youtube (with/without commentary)
            • Course de l’Escalade (Geneva) - the 2nd in the series of 3 Swiss circuit races
            It's been difficult to find confirmed details for some events a few days in advance (a lot of the time athletics really doesn't help itself!), hence some question marks on the document. I'm away for a few days so may not be able to make any more updates for these events.

            Details & links at (all links clickable)

            As is often the way, broadcasts for big races such as Fukuoka & Valencia (including the 10k?) might be posted on Youtube not long after the event.

            Other big events taking place this weekend that may also turn up afterwards on Youtube - the Singapore Marathon & the Osaka Marathon (entrants for Osaka at ).

            Next post on Thursday 5th December.
            Last edited by LuckySpikes; 27-11-19, 22:36.


            • Live streams for Friday 6th December to Tuesday 10th December:

              • Abu Dhabi Marathon (UAE) - $100,000 to the winners
              Saturday - Tuesday
              • Southeast Asian Games aka the SEA Games (Philippines) - yes, outdoor track & field isn't over for 2019 yet!
              • Nike Cross Nationals aka NXN (Portland, USA) - the first of 2 US High School national XC championships; Footlocker is next Saturday
              • Guangzhou Marathon (CHN)
              • Saitama International Women's Marathon (JPN)
              • European Cross Country Championships (Lisbon) - on the BBC
              • Cross Nacional Ayuntamiento de Cantimpalos (ESP)
              • Honolulu Marathon (Hawaii)
              All the links & details at (all links clickable)

              Next post on Friday 13th December.
              Last edited by LuckySpikes; 06-12-19, 01:04.


              • Live streams for Saturday 14th December to Sunday 15th December:

                Track, road & cross country this weekend ...

                • Zatopek:10 incl Australian 10,000m Championships - these 10,000m track races have lost some of their lustre in recent years. But, there's a good domestic field in the men's race. In the women's I'm interested to see how Canada's Andrea Seccafien does. However, she is based in Oz now so maybe she's just pacemaking?
                • Course Titze de Noel (Sion, SUI) - the last of the 3 Swiss town centre circuit races - a 1km loop IIRC. Pretty good women's field.
                • Footlocker XC Championships (USA) - the second of the US national High School championships
                • Bangsaen21 Half Marathon (THA) - no info on who's competing here. It's a Silver Label race.
                • Malaga Marathon (ESP)
                • Cross Internacional de Venta de Baños (ESP) - again no info on entries for this, but last year it was won by Letesenbet Gidey & Vincent Rono so the fields are likely to be decent. Very good news - it is now possible to watch the official TDP (Teledeporte) stream with a VPN/Hola.
                All the links & details at

                Next post on Friday 20th December for 2 Australian track meetings & possibly the Asian Marathon Championships.