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  • LuckySpikes
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    Videos of all the 'A' races at last night's Distance Classic in California are now linked in the document 2 posts above.

    Tonight's major post for the weekend's streams will be with you around 10pm-ish.
    Last edited by LuckySpikes; Today, 16:46.

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  • LuckySpikes
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    Live streams/broadcasts for Friday 20th May:

    Track Night NYC that I mentioned in the last post is actually on in the early hours of Saturday so will be a part of tomorrow's post instead.

    Friday to Sunday
    • Ibero-American Championships (La Nucía & Torrevieja (Alicante), ESP) - I'm really looking forward to this. A biennial event for the Iberian countries and any country in the Americas and Africa where Spanish or Portuguese is the first language (though there's only a handful of Africans entered). Many of the 23 countries attending have selected strong teams (max 2 per nation per event) and as a result there's a lot of established names competing and many of the fields are good. The standout fields include the horizontal jumps, the Race Walking fields and the Women's 400 with Paulino, Roxana Gomez, Paola Moran (MEX), Gabby Scott (PUR) & Catia Azevedo
    Friday
    • International Race Walking Festival Alytus 2022 (Alytus, LTU) - OK fields for the senior 20km races, including a few good Ukrainians, but I think this has suffered this year by being right inbetween the World Tour Gold meetings in Madrid (last Monday) & La Coruña next weekend
    • Lisek w domu - Fox at Home (Duszniki, POL) - International Men's Pole Vault meeting; Every top-class male pole vaulter has to have his own meeting and the entry list for Lisek's is decent without being dazzling
    All the links & details at https://www.dropbox.com/s/mxxk2xogah...05-20.odt?dl=0

    Next major post tomorrow (Friday) evening for the weekend's events.

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  • LuckySpikes
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    Live streams/broadcasts for Wednesday 18th May to Thursday 19th May:

    Wednesday
    • Meeting International Città Di Savona - Memorial Giulio Ottolia (Savona, ITA) - WA Continental Tour Challenger series; There's some good fields here, e.g., Jacobs, Vicaut & Cisse in the 100, the Women's 200 including Paulino, Neita, Dobbin & Kaddari and a good Women's 100 Hurdles; There's a few other Brits competing too
    Thursday to Sunday
    • Kanto Region University Championships (Tokyo, JPN) - A lot of the top Unis are in this region so it's a pretty strong championships; Unfortunately, the final day of track action is on a TV channel we can't watch but there's plenty of finals before then (and the Sunday morning Men's half marathon)
    Thursday
    • USATF Distance Classic (Walnut, CA, USA) - WA Continental Tour Silver meeting; Good international fields for this mid-distance meeting, e.g., McBride, Jewett, Saruni & Harris in the M 800. The Women's 1500 in particular is stacked with Klosterhalfen, Nozomi Tanaka, Abbey Caldwell (AUS), Marta Freitas Pen and a whole host of good Americans including Osika & Schlachtenhaufen; Neil Gourley and Jenny Nesbitt are also competing
    All the links & details at https://www.dropbox.com/s/v19htbhaq6...05-19.odt?dl=0

    Next major post on Thursday evening for Friday's events - Track Night NYC (a good mid-distance meeting), Pole Vault in Poland, the Alytus Race Walking Festival (LTU), and the Ibero-American Championships which continue through to Sunday.

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  • LuckySpikes
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    Confirmed - There is no streaming of the athletics at the ISF Gymnasiade School Summer Games.

  • LuckySpikes
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    There's new YouTube links in the document for the Javelin meeting in Offenburg.

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  • LuckySpikes
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    It seems that only a few sports are being streamed at this week's ISF Gymnasiade School Summer Games in France and the athletics is not one of them. I'll double check that later.

  • LuckySpikes
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    This morning's loaded World 10k Bengaluru (already happened) has been added to the bottom of page 4 of the latest document above - YouTube stream with Tim Hutchings on comms and separate Men's & Women's races.

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  • LuckySpikes
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    Race videos for today's USA 25km Championships are now linked in the document.

  • LuckySpikes
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    UPDATE: Sunday's Copenhagen Marathon is live on Vinco. Document updated with the link.

  • LuckySpikes
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    Live streams/broadcasts for Saturday 14th May to Monday 16th May:

    Wow, busy! Really busy!

    I'm also hoping for a stream for Sunday's World 10k Bengaluru.

    Saturday to Thursday 19th
    • South East Asian Games AKA SEA Games (Hanoi, VIE) - The fields won't be stellar but this is a huge event for countries in that region and, having watched some of it before, it's quite entertaining
    Saturday to Sunday
    • PAC-12 Conference Championships (Eugene, OR, USA) - NCAA D1 conference; No need to big-up this conference. It's one of the best ones
    • East Japan Corporate Championships (Tendo, JPN) - These championships are always pretty stacked from a domestic point of view. For example, in the Men's 10,000 there's 10 sub-28 men. Some big Japanese names are set to compete including Ririka Hironaka in the W 5000 up against 3 other sub-15 women (all Kenyan) and Mao Ichiyama in the W 10,000
    • Chubu Region Corporate Championships (Tajimi, JPN) - Not as strong or as busy as the East Japan event above, but not without its merits. For example, Nozomi Tanaka is entered in the 1500 & 3000 and matches up again versus Helen Ekarare Lobun (KEN) who beat Tanaka in the 1500 at the WACT Gold meeting in Tokyo last Sunday
    • Wiesław Czapiewski Memorial (Bydgoszcz, POL) - World Combined Events Tour Gold meeting; Not stellar fields but the Hep includes Adrianna Sulek & Mia Sillman (FIN; 6209 PB); Day 1 is mixed in with a "regular" T&F meeting that's just domestic and doesn't look particularly strong
    • Ongoing Kansai Region Corporate Championships (Naruto, JPN) - See the post above
    • Ongoing Conference USA (C-USA) Championships (San Antonio, TX, USA) - NCAA D1 conference; See the post above
    Saturday
    • Polish Open 35km Race Walking Championships (Opole, POL) - World Race Walking Tour Bronze meeting; As you'd expect there's strong domestic fields, including Olympic 50km champ Dawid Tomala; No idea about who's competing from other countries
    • ? Belfast Irish Milers Meet (Belfast, GBR) - WA Continental Tour Challenger series; As well as mid-distances this meeting includes some sprints; Some decent races here with Archie Davis & John Fitzsimmons in the 800, a good Irish/British Women's 800 that also includes Marissa Damink (NED; 2:02.9 PB), in the W 1500 there's Alex Bell, Erin Wallace & Jenny Selman and Tom Mortimer in the 5000
    • Mid Summer Track Night (Vienna, AUT) - Not a great meeting but there's a few big-ish names competing like Neziri, V Hudson, Shukh (both Javelin), Gajanova & Hinriksdottir (the latter two both 800). Jamal Rhoden-Stevens, Rebekah Walton & Ben Greenwood (1500) are also competing
    • Night Of The 10,000m PBs incl British 10,000m Championships & Trials and Emsley Carr Mile & Millicent Fawcett Mile (Highgate, GBR) - Pretty stacked domestic fields for the 10,000s and happily it's retained some of the international feel even though the European 10,000m Cup is being held in France now. In the Women's 10,000 McColgan, Judd & Markovc will be targeting the win/podium and the Eugene standard (31:25), whilst behind them there's a large group including Arter, Ockenden, Inglis & Harrison who are likely taking aim at European & Comm Games standards (32-low to 32-mid - all detailed in the linked Preview article). Internationally there's Sarah Lahti (SWE; 31:11 PB), Izzi Batt-Doyle (AUS; 31:43 PB), Camilla Richardsson (FIN) & Carla Salome Rocha (POR); In the Men's race Yeman Crippa, Mohamed Mohumed (GER; fresh off a 13:03 PB) and the 2 Ugandans are the likely favourites with Atkin, Cairess, Connor, Jake Smith & Jack Rowe amongst the Brits battling for British podium places and/or various standards; In the Millicent Fawcett Mile there's a solid international field that includes the returning Melissa Courtney-Bryant
    • Vergotia 22 (Kefalonia, GRE) - International sprints & field meeting; Looks like a decent meeting with Tentoglou the big headliner. Others competing include Florentina Iusco, T Franklin, Spyridoula Karydi (all LJ), Mariya Vukovic, Tihomir Ivanov & Andrei Toader
    • Birmingham Uni BMC Grand Prix Round 1 (Uni of Birmingham, GBR) - The highlights here ... Dustin & Pattison in the 800 and Izzy Boffey in the Women's. Aime Pratt is attacking Lizzie Bird's 6:11.79 NR in the 2000SC and in the 3000SC Seddon & Norman face U20 Euro XC champion Axel Vang Christensen (DEN)
    • Meeting du RAN (Le Lorrain, Martinique, FRA) - WA Continental Tour Challenger series; No idea who specifically is competing here, but it looks likely to involve a lot of Carribean athletes
    • River Bank Run incl USA 25km Championships (Grand Rapids, MI, USA) - Whilst last week's Women's race at the Half Marathon Championships was quite poor (with the exception of Sisson), this week the Women's field is much stronger than the Men's. D'Amato and Tuliamuk are hogging the pre-race headlines but it also includes Thweatt, Paquette, Pagano, Lindsay Flanagan & Dakotah Lindwurm; Zeinasellassie, Simbassa & Stinson look like the strength of the Men's field
    • See the post above for ongoing NCAA Conference Championships finishing on Saturday
    Sunday
    • Pacific Distance Carnival & Canadian 10,000m Championships (Burnaby, BC, CAN) - The feature 10,000m races aren't super deep but on both sides there's 3 athletes who look like the contenders - Bruchet, Philibert-Thiboutot & Linkletter in the Men's and Sexton (32:04 road PB), Gollish & Coates in the Women's; I imagine that if conditions are right these athletes will be going for times good enough to get to the Comm Games (Canada has a more complicated "standards" system so I can't tell you what they actually need!)
    • Genève Marathon & Half Marathon (Geneva, SUI) - Marathon is a WA Label race; Solid fields for each of the 4 races without them being particularly deep
    • Copenhagen Marathon (Copenhagen, DEN) - WA Label race; Not the stellar affair that this city's half marathon is (course records are 2:09 & 2:29). The men's race features a number of 2:08-2:11 men as well as Daniel Kipchumba (59:06 Half) making his marathon debut; The star name in the Women's field is Helah Kiprop though given she's 37 and probably past her 2015-16 best she'll probably be challenged by the rest of the slim field that starts with PBs in the 2:24-2:30 range
    • Czech Super League Round 1 (Ostrava, CZE) - As always the fields for this League are domestically quite strong; The Czech Federation's streams of meetings are usually very good too
    • URSAPHARM Speerwurfmeeting (Offenburg, GER) - International Javelin meeting; A fair number of very good athletes competing here, headed by Vetter & Hoffman on the Men's side and Hussong & Ogrodnikova on the Women's. Serbian sensation Adriana Vilagos is also in the senior Women's comp. In the Men's is also Britain's Joe Harris
    • Stramilano Half Marathon (Milan, ITA) - Small elite fields for this famous old race. The Men's line-up is OK headed by Kenyans whilst the Women's is mostly domestic, headed by Giovanna Epis (now a 2:25 marathoner)
    • Meeting International Montgeron-Essonne (Montgeron, FRA) - WA Continental Tour Challenger series; I've included this because someone might want to pay the 4.99 Euros for a month's worth of French meetings (see 2 posts above); This is a decent meeting. To give you an idea of the standard - in the M 100 there's Cisse, Devin Quinn & Zeze; Gabriel Tual, Smaili & Robert go in the 800; The Men's 5000 is pretty strong incl Gressier, Hendrix, Ndikumenayo & Foppen; Nicole Yeargin goes in the 400 and Emma Nwofor in the 100H against Valette, Compper & Koala
    • Milla Urbana Real Valle de Cayón (Sarón, ESP) - Road Miles; Strong domestic fields in the elite races here, especially in the Women's which includes Marta Perez, Esther Guerrero, Solange Pereira, 18yo star Carla Dominguez and 2021 Euro U20 1500 medalist Mireya Arnedillo; The Men's race includes 3:33 man Jesus Gomez, steepler Fernando Carro, Kevin Lopez and Nassim Hassaous, 7th at the Euro XC Champs in Dublin
    • Run Your City Cape Town 10k (Cape Town, RSA) - International road race; Good fields here, headed by Daniel Simiu Ebenyo (26:59 PB) and on the Women's side Genzebe Dibaba and Stella Chesang (31:14 PB)
    Monday
    • Gran Premio Internacional Madrid Marcha (Madrid, ESP) - World Race Walking Tour Gold meeting; Taking place in the heart of Madrid on the iconic Gran Vía which does indeed look like a very grand street! These 10km races are loaded with great athletes from across the globe, e.g., the Men's includes Olympic champ Massimo Stano, Percy Karlstrom, Kaihua Wang (CHN; no.2 A-T at 20km), Daniel Pintado (ECU), Caio Bonfim (BRA) & Evan Dunfee (CAN) amongst a number of big names; On the Women's side the field is led by Shinjie Qieyang, Kimberley Garcia (PER) & Johana Ordonez (ECU). For GB Bosworth, Lewis & Davies are competing; The live streams that LaLigaSportsTV have produced for Race Walking this year have been very good and the organisers have also been talking a big game regarding presentation of RW. So, I'm expecting great things from the live stream!
    Monday to Friday 20th
    • ISF Gymnasiade School Summer Games (Caen, FRA) - To be added to the bottom of the document once I've got to grips with the what and when!
    All the links & details at https://www.dropbox.com/s/ny9f7zvo0d...05-16.odt?dl=0

    Next major post possibly on Monday evening. If not, definitely on Tuesday evening for Wednesday's Savona meeting.

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  • LuckySpikes
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    Live streaming of the Kansai Corporate Championships is confirmed. But, the MEAC Championships are not being live streamed and so have been removed from the document.

  • LuckySpikes
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    Live streams/broadcasts for Wednesday 11th May to Friday 13th May:

    Many of the NCAA D1 conference championships are shown on ESPN Plus and other affiliated channels that aren't available to watch for free on the internet. However, in the next few days we've still got a few pretty good ones on the free live streams, including one of the top five or six D2 conferences. There's also one of the "Power Five" D1 conferences, the PAC-12, live streaming from early hours Saturday onwards - details for that in the upcoming Friday evening post.

    Hopefully, in 2 weeks' time a kindly soul will stream the NCAA Regionals on YouTube like they did last year.

    Wednesday
    • University of Birmingham Track & Field Series - Meet 1 (Birmingham, GBR) - Not a stellar meeting but it includes some BMC Gold Standard 800s & 3000s, Aimee Pratt going in the latter
    Late Wednesday to early hours on Sunday
    • Mountain West Conference Championships (Fresno, CA, USA) - NCAA D1 conference; A pretty good conference that includes Unis such as New Mexico, Boise State, Air Force & Colorado State
    Thursday
    • Roma Sprint Festival (Rome, ITA) - Entrants include Darryl Neita, Ama Pipi, Jamal Rhoden-Stevens (the latter 2 doubling up), Zaynab Dosso, Gloria Hooper, Maya Bruney & Travis Collins (GUY)
    • Puerto Rico International Athletics Classic (Ponce, PUR) - WA Continental Tour Silver meeting; This meeting is really loaded and would put a few of the Gold meetings to shame! Just some of the big names entered are Thompson-Herah, Athing Mu, Camacho-Quinn, Morris, Bromell, Gardiner, Kirani James, Emmanuel Korir & Crouser and there's several Brits competing too - Gemili, Z Hughes, Hudson-Smith, Tracey, Ugen & Lina Nielsen
    Thursday to Saturday
    • Summit League Conference Championships (Tulsa, OK, USA) - NCAA D1 conference; A small but decent conference
    • ? Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) Championships (Norfolk, VA, USA) - NCAA D1 conference; This is a pretty good conference for the sprints but not so good on the distance side
    • Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference (NSIC) Championships (Aberdeen, SD, USA) - NCAA D2 conference; A strong conference with 2 of the Top 15 nationally-ranked Women's teams headed by Minnesota State (no.4) and 2 of the Top 25 Men's teams led by Augustana (SD) at no.19
    • Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Championships (Millersville, PA, USA) - NCAA D2 conference; No nationally ranked Top 25 teams but as you'll see from the season's toplists it's not a bad D2 conference at all (probably mid-ranking amongst all of D2) and it's very competitive with 15 Unis including Shippensburg & Edinboro; The live stream is usually pretty good
    Thursday to Sunday
    • Conference USA (C-USA) Championships (San Antonio, TX, USA) - NCAA D1 conference; Although there's no nationally-ranked Top 25 teams in this conference it is a good conference, pretty much across the board. It includes well-known Unis such as Middle Tennessee, Rice & UTEP
    Friday to Sunday
    • ? Kansai Region Corporate Championships (Naruto, JPN) - This is always quite a strong meeting. A lot of good names are entered including Yuka Ando in the W 5000 & 10,000, Asuka Terada (12.87 100H) and Hyuga Endo (recently went no.2 Japanese all-time with 13:10.x in the 5000)
    Friday
    • Doha Diamond League (Doha, QAT) - Welcome back! And boy, is it loaded!
    All the links & details at https://www.dropbox.com/s/om12dlfl7q...05-13.odt?dl=0

    Next major post on Friday evening for a very busy weekend including, domestically, the Night of the 10,000m PBs (incl British Champs & Trials) and the first BMC Grand Prix of the season.

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  • LuckySpikes
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    Streaming of French meetings this Summer

    You may recall that most of the bigger French meetings are now on a subscription service that costs 4.99 Euros a month - if you want more details, refer to my post at https://forum.athleticsweekly.com/fo...9547#post39547

    The meetings they will be streaming exclusively this summer are:

    15 May - Meeting International Montgeron-Essonne - WA Continental Tour Challenger series
    29 May - Meeting International de Forbach - WA Continental Tour Challenger series
    4 - 5 Jun - Défi’Athlon (Montpellier) - World Combined Events Tour Bronze meeting
    8 Jun - Meeting Elite de Cergy-Pontoise
    15 Jun - Meeting de Marseille - WA Continental Tour Challenger series
    25 - 27 Jun - French Championships
    2 Jul - Meeting Stanislas Nancy - WA Continental Tour Bronze meeting
    4 Jul - Meeting International de Sotteville - WA Continental Tour Bronze meeting

    So, if you signed up on 16th May for one month you could watch Montgeron on-demand and the next 4 meetings live. Or, signing up on 5th June for one month would get you the Défi’Athlon meeting (part live, part on-demand) and the remaining 5 meetings live.

    I am going to list these meetings in this thread, even though they're not free to watch. I'm sure some people still like to see the startlists even if they're not watching the meeting.

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  • LuckySpikes
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    Live stream/broadcast for Tuesday 10th May:

    Tuesday
    • Limassol International Athletics Meeting (Limassol, CYP) - WA Continental Tour Challenger series; For the first edition of this meeting the organisers have done a pretty good job, attracting some decent fields, athletes from 23 countries and some good names, such as Orlando Ortega, Tentoglou & Reece Prescod. There's a few other Brits competing in the M 100 & 200 and also Nick Percy & Kirsty Law
    Links & details at https://www.dropbox.com/s/t3fw6go1jr...05-10.odt?dl=0

    Next major post possibly on Tuesday evening for Wednesday's Athens Street Pole Vault. If not, definitely on Wednesday evening for Thursday's Puerto Rico International Athletics Classic (WACT Silver) and Roma Sprint Festival.

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  • LuckySpikes
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    It turns out the Barcelona Marathon is on YouTube, not on Catalunya TV. Link in the document.
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