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Watch American Track League Meeting #1 Live – Jan. 24

A host of star athletes are set to open their season on Sunday at the American Track League Meeting #1 in Fayetteville, Arkansas, when the 2021 World Athletics Indoor Tour kicks off on what is expected to be a fast track at the Randal Tyson Track Center.

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Andre De Grasse of Canada after competing in a race

A host of star athletes are set to open their season on Sunday at the American Track League Meeting #1 in Fayetteville, Arkansas, when the 2021 World Athletics Indoor Tour kicks off on what is expected to be a fast track at the Randal Tyson Track Center. Fan will be able to watch live streaming of the two-hour event, which begins at 3:00 p.m. ET.

HOW CAN I WATCH AMERICAN TRACK LEAGUE MEETING #1?

Fans around the world will be able to watch the meet on ESPN/ESPN2, while WatchESPN and the ESPN App will provide live streaming for those using a smart device, such as iPhones, Amazon Firesticks/Fire TV or Android devices.

“We are extremely excited to be able to pull this off despite the challenging times. Olympic sport needs exposure to thrive and these athletes need these competitions to prepare and qualify for the 2021 Olympic Games,” Paul Doyle (CEO/Founder) of the American Track League said.

“Arkansas Vice-Chancellor and Director of Athletics, Hunter Yurachek, and the University of Arkansas support staff, has just been incredible in supporting us. They recognize the desperate need we have for these events to take place and thevalue that we can bring to the institution.

“Without their support, we would be dead in the water, so I must give sincere thanks to the University of Arkansas.”

Chief Operations Director Bryan Fetzer added: “What an incredible opportunity the American Track League presents. The concept is a unique opportunity for the Olympic hopefuls to shine on one of the biggest sports stages in all of sports with ESPN.

“The vision for ATL by Doyle Management Group, with the help of the University of Arkansas staff and administration, is what the sport desperately needs. It is something different, special and tremendously exciting. What an incredible way to begin an Olympic year!”

Sunday, January 24, 2021
Randal Tyson Track and Field Center
Fayetteville, Arkansas ESPN 3-5PM (ET) 
Men’s Events: 60M 400M 60H Shot Put
Women’s Events: 60M 300M 400M 60H Pole Vault, High Jump
Knockout event: Women’s 60-meters

For the complete start lists and updated results visit this link here.

Gary Smith – SportingAlert.com

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