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How to watch 2023 On Track Nights: FAST5000?

You can watch the 2023 On Track Nights: FAST5000 live streaming coverage via the European Athletics YouTube page for free on June 10!

FAST5000 Live streaming coverage on YouTube
FAST5000 Live streaming coverage on YouTube

The busy week of athletics continues on Saturday (10) with the 2023 On Track Nights: FAST5000, and you can watch all the live streaming coverage via the European Athletics YouTube page for free!

The component of FAST5000 is geared towards runners bettering their personal bests, including track-side crowds and live music into the night, which is expected to provide some extra electric vibes to match fast times on the clock.

Live streaming coverage of the FAST5000 will begin at 1:15 p.m. ET time, and you can watch the live streaming below. Click here to watch the European Athletics YouTube Channel as well.

The On Track Nights: FAST5000 enters its third year, and the event is fast becoming a calendar highlight for the Parisian running community, according to the organizers. Participants will compete in the 1500m, 3000m, and 5000m events, targeting lifetime bests, so please get ready to absorb all the sentiments of an “adrenaline-fuelled night to remember.”

At FAST5000 in 2021, 61% of runners beat their PBs, setting the stage for an even better edition in 2022 when that data improved by seven percent to 68%. All eyes will not be on the clock in Paris this weekend to see how many beat their PBs in 2023.

Who’s running at 2023 On Track Nights: FAST5000?

A whole host of On athletes, minus Hellen Obiri, who just finished second at the 2023 Mastercard New York Mini 10K – are signed up for the FAST5000. But the likes of Olympian Tsgie Gebreselama, Marta Garcia, Fabiane Meyer, George Mills, Luke McCann, Noah Baltus and Cari Hughes will be in action today.

See FAST5000 full event schedule – local time.

  • 12:00PM Kids Race 600m
  • 12:40PM Podiums Kids
  • 12:50PM 3000m Men
  • 1:10PM 3000m Women
  • 1:35PM Serie 9 5000m Men
  • 2:05PM Serie 5 5000m Femmes
  • 2:35PM Podium 3000WM 9M 5W
  • 2:45PM Serie 8 5000m Men
  • 3:15PM Serie 7 5000m Men
  • 3:45PM Race Run Crews
  • 4:10PM Serie 4 5000m Women
  • 4:40PM Serie 6 5000m Men
  • 5:10PM Podium 8M 7M 4W 6M
  • 5:25PM Serie 5 5000m Men
  • 5:55PM Serie 3 5000m Women
  • 6:25PM Serie 4 5000m Men
  • 6:50PM Serie 3 5000m Men
  • 7:15PM Podium 5M 4M 3M 3W
  • 7:30PM Final B – 5000m Women
  • 8:00PM Final B – 5000m Men
  • 8:25PM Final B – 1500m Men
  • 8:35PM Final A – 1500m Men
  • 8:50PM Final – A Mile Women
  • 9:05PM Podiums 1500A 1500B 2M 2W Mile
  • 9:20PM Final A – 5000m Women
  • 9:45PM Final A – 5000m Men
  • 10:10PM Circus
  • 10:20PM Podium 1M 1W
  • 10:30PM DJ
Glen Andrews is one of World-Track main writers for long distance and marathon running. Andrews, who competed in cross country during his High School and college years finds passion covering these events. He's also run a few marathons in his time, and still hopes to qualify for Boston.

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