Several of the world’s top athletes are set to feature at the 2021 Kamila Skolimowska Memorial – World Athletics Continental Tour Gold series meeting in Chorzów, Poland on Sunday (5), and here is how you can watch live streaming.
Watch The Kamila Skolimowska Memorial Meeting Live
Fans can watch a two-hour live stream of the meeting which will be available in a number of territories via the World Athletics YouTube channel, beginning at 11:00 am Sunday, Eastern Time (ET).
Among the standout athletes down to compete at the meet are Olympic gold medal winners and sprint stars Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce and Andre De Grasse, along with Ryan Crouser and Hansle Parchment.
After sitting out the Paris Diamond League meeting because of fatigue, Fraser-Pryce will return to action in the women’s 100m where she was expected to battle against fellow Jamaican Shericka Jackson.
However, it is being understood that Jackson has been pulled from the meeting, which paved the way for an easier passage for her countrywoman to win the event. Before taking a short break from competing, Fraser-Pryce clocked a personal best of 10.60 in Lausanne last week.
Meanwhile, Olympic 200m champion De Grasse headlines the men’s half-lap field 200m and he will be looking to improve on his impressive personal best and Canadian record of 19.62secs, which he used to win the gold medal in Tokyo.
Among the sprinters down the take on the Canadian star on Sunday are Turkey’s Ramil Guliyev, Filippo Tortu of Italy as well as Briton pair Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake and Reece Prescod.
Another Olympic champion down to feature in Silesia is Hansle Parchment of Jamaica who will go up against Americans Devon Allen and Daniel Roberts in the men’s 110m hurdles. Wojciech Nowicki, the Olympic champion in the men’s hammer throw, headlines the field for this event.
Elsewhere, USA’s Michael Cherry will aim to maintain his fine form in recent outings when he lines up in the men’s 400m against Botswana’s Isaac Makwala, while Alison Dos Santos will start as the man to beat in the 400m hurdles, with Yasmani Copello of Turkey set to take on the Brazilian Olympic bronze medalist.