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2011 Calendar (UPDATED NOV 25, 2010)

Here is out calender of the meetings that will be going on throughout the 2009 season. If we got something wrong please don’t hesitate to shoot us an email for us to make the necessary adjustments.

IAAF DIAMOND LEAGUE 2011 SCHEDULE

The success of the inaugural year of the Samsung Diamond League has been strongly endorsed by the international TV figures revealed by its broadcasting partner IMG Media. TO SEE FEATURED RESULTS SECTION CLICK HERE

Compared to TV coverage in 2009, the 14 meetings who this year joined together to form the Samsung Diamond League, the top tier of track and field’s new one-day meeting structure, have seen world audience totals nearly triple in 2010, with the hours of coverage dramatically increasing too. The Assembly of the Diamond League meeting in Monaco held a constructive two days (Mon 22 / Tue 23) of discussions, which included final decisions regarding the distribution of event disciplines for next season which are now also being announced.

CONFIRMED DATES FOR THE IAAF DIAMOND SERIES

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Fri 6 May – Doha QAT
Sun 15 May – Shanghai CHN
Thu 26 May – Rome ITA
Sat 4 Jun – Eugene USA
Thu 9 Jun – Oslo NOR
Sat 11 Jun – New York USA
Thu 30 Jun – Lausanne SUI
Fri 8 Jul – Paris FRA
Sun 10 Jul – Birmingham GBR
Fri 22 Jul – Monaco MON
Fri 29 Jul – Stockholm SWE
Fri 5/ Sat 6 Aug – London GBR
Thu 8 Sep – Zurich SUI
Fri 16 Sep – Brussels BEL

Put together by a member of the World-Track and Field Website team members. This is usually done by an in house member with able assistance from someone or an agency reporting from outside.

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