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How to watch the HOKA Festival of Miles 2023 for free?

HOKA Festival of Miles 2023 live stream coverage takes place today

The HOKA Festival of Miles 2023 will take place today, Thursday, 1 June, and you can watch the action live at RunnerSpace.com for free! Don’t forget to follow all the live results and updates here

Fans can watch the live broadcast from St. Louis, Missouri; the live webcast and on-demand videos will be FREE OF CHARGE. On-demand videos will be available here. The stream will start at 6:30 p.m. CT or 7:30 p.m. ET with the Healthy Kids Mile, and the live coverage is set to end at 9:25 p.m. CT or 10:25 p.m. with the St. Louis Track Club Mens Mile.

Some of the entrants down to compete at the meet are top prep stars such as Connor Burns, Simeon Birnbaum, Rocky Hansen, and Devan Kipyego, among other featured runners who will aim to break minutes in the mile. – Read more: Femke Bol eyes Golden Gala victory in 400m hurdles – Startlist

Meanwhile, an all-star girls field includes Charlotte Bell, Samantha Humphries, and Nicole Humphries so don’t miss the action today!

HOKA Festival of Miles Live 2023 Schedule

The broadcast is scheduled to begin with the first event at 6:30 p.m. CT or 7:30 p.m. ET:

Full Schedule. Subject to Change. Time = Central
6:30 pmHealthy Kids Mile
6:45 pmMiddle School Mile
7:05 pmWelcome & National Anthem
7:20 pmFinal Surge Junior High Invitational Girls Mile
7:30 pmFinal Surge Junior High Invitational Boys Mile
7:40 pmAthlete in Need Introduction
7:50 pmSpewak Training HS Girls Elite Development Mile
8:00 pmSpewak Training HS Boys Elite Development Mile
8:10 pmMascot 400 meter Dash
8:20 pmFinal Surge Girls 800 meter Run
8:30 pmFinal Surge HS Boys 800 meter Run
8:40 pmBig River Running HS Girls Championship Mile
8:55 pmDrury Hotels Womens Mile
9:10 pmBig River Running HS Boys Championship Mile
9:25 pmSt. Louis Track Club Mens Mile
Ato Stephens

Ato Stephens

Ato Stephens is a former Trinidad and Tobago 400 metres specialist, who is a two-time CAC Championships Silver medalist, NCAA Indoor champion and Olympian.View Author posts