How to watch the Night of the 10,000m PBs for free?

The Night of the 10,000m will be streamed live on the European Athletics official YouTube Channel today (20) and you can watch the action for free.

By Jared Rigdon | University of Florida Athletic Association | Published on June 25, 2022

The Night of the 10,000m PBs takes place at Parliament Hill Fields Athletics Track in London on Saturday (20) and you can watch this World Athletics Continental Tour Silver event live on YouTube for free! Fans who are unable to be at the event can stream the action live on the European Athletics official YouTube Channel today.

Live results and event updates are also available to follow the meeting today. Click here to follow all the live results and updates via On Track Timing. Live streaming will start at 3:00 p.m. in London or 10:00 a.m. ET and below you will find the complete order of event schedule for today’s event.

Several athletes from around the world are in London to take on some of the best home favorites. Among the featured international athletes slated to compete at the Night of the 10,000m are Paul Chelimo of USA who will take on reigning World Championships 10,000m silver medalist Stanley Waithaka of Kenya in that event, as well as Egide Ntakarutimana of Burundi.

In the women’s championship10,000m race, Americans Weini Kelati and Ednah Kurgat will take on a strong field that includes Great Britain’s Jessica Warner-Judd and Samantha Harrison, plus Ethiopia’s Hawi Feysa.

Night of the 10,000m Full Schedule

  • Race #1 10,000m – Men: 15:00
  • Race #2 10,000m – Men: 15:45
  • Race #3 10,000m – Men: 16:30
  • Race #4 10,000m – Men: 17:15
  • Race #5 10,000m – Women: 18:40
  • Race #6 10,000m – Men: 19:30
  • Race #7 800m – U17 Men: 20:10
  • Race #8 800m – U17 Women: 20:15
  • Race #9 800m – U20 Men: 20:20
  • Race #10 800m – U20 Women: 20:25
  • Race #11 Women’s Championship: 20:40
  • Race #12 Men’s Championship: 21:25
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