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How to watch 2021 Sir Walter Miler live broadcast

You can watch the live streaming coverage of the 2021 Sir Walter Miler live broadcast on RunnerSpace but you will need to have a +PLUS account.

Abbey Cooper after the 5000m heats at the 2021 U.S. Olympic Trials
Abbey Cooper reacts after winning her 5000m heat at the 2021 U.S. Olympic Trials

Track and field competitions are happening outside of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games and you can watch one of them on Friday. Fans will be able to watch the webcast online and follow all the coverage from the 2021 Sir Walter Miler on Friday, August 6, with the main action get going at 8:30 pm

The meeting will be broadcast live from Cardinal Gibbons High School in Raleigh, NC and you can watch the broadcast with a RunnerSpace +PLUS account. Get signed up here and enjoy! You can also watch on-demand videos after the races just in case you were unable to follow it live.

How To Watch and Follow 2021 Sir Walter Miler

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Results Women

#3 Women 1 Mile Run Elite

Results Men

#4 Men 1 Mile Run Elite

Results Mixed

#1 Mixed 4×400 Meter Relay Run Club 4×4
#2 Mixed 1 Mile Run Coach Clash

Event Schedule

The broadcast will begin with the first running event of the night.

Time (EDT)Broadcast will begin with the first running event of the night.
8:30 pmCOROS Coaches Clash
8:40 pmRun Club 4x400m Relay
9:00 pmNational Anthem
9:05 pmWomen’s Elite Mile
9:20 pmMen’s Elite Mile
9:30 pmAwards Ceremony on the Cardinal Gibbons Track

Despite many of the top athletes representing their respective nations at the Olympics in Tokyo, both the men’s and women’s mile run fields are pretty solid.

The Women One Mile Run Elite race which goes off at 9:05 pm ET, will feature Abbey Cooper and Emily Infeld among other top runners. Joining them are the likes of Nikki Hiltz, Sara Vaughn, Amanda Eccleston, Sinclaire Johnson, Sammy George and Rebecca Mehra.

Meanwhile, on the men’s side, which will take place at 9:20 pm, will send out the likes of Craig Engels, Sam Prakel, as well as Isaiah Harris, among others.

Susan has been with World-Track since 2004 and continues to play a big part in our growth. She was never a runner, but loves the sport and encouraged all her children to do track. She is a former Examiner reporter and also wrote for several other publications, including ICC and VS Sports.

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