Sydney McLaughlin of USA

You can watch live television and streaming coverage of the 2021 New Balance Indoor Grand Prix on NBC, while you can also watch it live online at Nbcsports.com or download the NBC Sports App. The meeting will take place at the Ocean Breeze Athletic Complex, Staten Island, NY on Saturday, February 13. The two-hour aired coverage will begin at 4:00 p.m. and ends at 6:00 p.m. ET.

This year’s meeting has been relocated to the Ocean Breeze Athletic Complex on Staten Island due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It is usually held at the Reggie Lewis Center in Boston, Massachusetts.

Several of the world’s top athletes will be using this year’s New Balance Indoor Grand Prix to continue their preparations for the Olympic Games, which is scheduled to take place in Tokyo, Japan, later this summer.

Among the featured athletes listed to compete this weekend are Americans Donavan Brazier, the 2019 800m world champion and Noah Lyles, the 2019 200m world champion, as well as Bahamian Olympic champion Shaunae Miller-Uibo, Olympic shot put champion Matthew Centrowitz of USA and US former world indoor 60m champion Trayvon Bromell.

Sydney McLaughlin, who won a silver medal in the 400m hurdles at the 2019 world championsips and Rai Benjamin, who also copped a silver in the men’s race, are also among the athletes down to complete on Saturday.

Jamaican U20 world sprint double champion Briana Williams, world pole vault silver medalist Sandi Morris of USA, former world 3000m Steeplechase Emma Coburn (USA) and Gabby Thomas (USA) will also join the star-studded lineup.

The series of the best indoor athletics events around the world awards overall tour winners $10,000 and a guaranteed spot at next edition of the World Athletics Indoor Championships in Belgrade 2022.

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