A world-class field has been assembled for the World Athletics Continental Tour Gold meeting in Los Angeles on Saturday (27) and fans can watch them in action on several different streaming platforms. The USATF Los Angeles Grand Prix will be streamed live on the World Athletics YouTube channel worldwide for free, while NBC, NBC Sports App and Peacock Premium will provide the action for fans in the United States.
The meeting, hosted at the UCLA Drake Stadium, began on Friday night with the 2023 USATF Distance Classic, and we saw some excellent performances, including another Canadian Hammer Throw record from world silver medalist Camryn Rogers. Read more here: UPDATE: Canada’s Camryn Rogers Sets New National Hammer Record at USATF LA Grand Prix
On Saturday, the main schedule at the USATF Los Angeles Grand Prix takes place, and fans cannot wait to see the likes of Ryan Crouser, Chase Ealey, Ajee’ Wilson, Jasmine Camacho-Quinn, Tobi Amusan, Sha’Carri Richardson, Marie-Josee Ta Lou, Alana Reid, Kirani James, Mondo Duplantis and Gabby Thomas all in action.
Where to watch the USATF Los Angeles Grand Prix?
Fans in selected terretories worldwide can watch a live two-hour stream of the meeting, on Saturday 27 May on the official World Athletics YouTube Channel. Please note that the live stream will be be geoblocked in some territories so check the list below to see what television and streaming platforms are broadcasting in her area.
The Pre-NBC/Peacock TV Window starts at 3:30 p.m. ET and you can watch it via USATF.tv but you will require a RunnerSpace +PLUS account. Click To Watch Here | The TV window at the meet starts at 4:00 p.m. ET.