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2021 SEC outdoor championships day 3 order of events, live stream

Complete schedule and how to watch live stream coverage of day 3 of the 2021 SEC Outdoor Championships at E.B. Cushing Stadium. Watch Now!

Here is the complete schedule and how to watch live streaming coverage of Day Three of the 2021 SEC Outdoor Championships at E.B. Cushing Stadium and hosted by Texas A&M. Saturday’s final day will feature more than 20 finals and you can follow all the action live online on SECN+ via WatchESPN.com and the SEC Network.

Arkansas enters the final day of competition leading both the men’s and women’s team points standings, but I am expecting a big push today from No. 1 LSU which will be hunting the respective team crowns after coming into the championships as the favorite to win both team titles.

Today’s competition will begin at 2:30 p.m. CT / 3:30 p.m. ET with the men’s Discus Throw final, as well as the men’s Triple Jump final. Those will be the only events taking place at that time before the women’s Discus final and men’s Pole Vault begin at 5:00 p.m.

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How To Watch 2021 SEC Outdoor Championships Live!

The first event slated to take the track is the men’s 4x100m relay at 5:05 p.m. CT with LSU starting as the team to beat, but watch out for Kentucky, Florida, Arkansas, Georgia, and Texas A&M. The women’s race will go off at 5:15 and the Tigers are set to battle with the Aggies, Alabama, and Tennessee.

Terrance Laird of LSU, Matthew Boling of Georgia, and Tamara Clark of Alabama are chasing 100m/200m sprint double, while Athing Mu, Noah Williams, and Bryce Deadmon will feature in the 400m races, and LSU’s Tonea Marshall, and Damion Thomas hunt sprint hurdles respective crowns.

This should be a very thrilling last day on Saturday! Records and personal bests could fall also!!

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2021 SEC Championships Day 3 Order of Events

Day Start Saturday Events Rnd
Saturday 2:30 PM Men Discus Finals
Saturday 2:30 PM Men Triple Jump Finals
Saturday 5:00 PM Women Discus Finals
Saturday 5:00 PM Men Pole Vault Finals
Saturday 5:05 PM Men 4×100 M Relay Finals
Saturday 5:15 PM Women 4×100 M Relay Finals
Saturday 5:15 PM Women Triple Jump Finals
Saturday 5:25 PM Men 1500 M Final
Saturday 5:35 PM Women 1500 M Final
Saturday 5:45 PM Men 110 M Hurdles Final
Saturday 5:45 PM Women High Jump Finals
Saturday 5:55 PM Women 100 M Hurdles Final
Saturday 6:05 PM Men 400 M Final
Saturday 6:15 PM Women 400 M Final
Saturday 6:25 PM Men 100 M Final
Saturday 6:35 PM Women 100 M Final
Saturday 6:45 PM Men 800 M Final
Saturday 6:55 PM Women 800 M Final
Saturday 7:05 PM Men 400 M Hurdles Final
Saturday 7:15 PM Women 400 M Hurdles Final
Saturday 7:25 PM Men 200 M Final
Saturday 7:35 PM Women 200 M Final
Saturday 7:45 PM Men 5000 M Final
Saturday 8:05 PM Women 5000 M Final
Saturday 8:30 PM Men 4×400 M Relay Finals
Saturday 8:40 PM Women 4×400 M Relay Finals

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