Diamond League

The 2023 Lausanne Diamond League schedule

The full 2023 Lausanne Diamond League schedule on June 30 is loaded with thrilling battles, and you can watch the live stream on YouTube for free today!

USA pole vault athlete Katie Moon reacts after clearing the bar at Doha 2023 Diamond League Schedule
USA pole vault athlete Katie Moon reacts after clearing the bar at Doha 2023. Photo: Matthew Quine/Diamond League AG

The complete 2023 Lausanne Diamond League schedule for Friday, 30 June, is packed with several head-to-head battles that should provide a thrilling spectacle for athletics fans at the iconic Stade Olympique de la Pontaise.

The Athletissima 2023 event is part of the Wanda Diamond League series, which continues to be a highlight on the global athletics calendar. – Read more: Best ways to watch 2023 Lausanne Diamond League?

Watch Live Streaming Coverage Below (check below for details)


After an exciting “City Event” on Thursday, which saw Australia’s Nicola Olyslagers match her Oceanian record with a 2.02m world lead to win the women’s high jump, competition will continue a full slate of events on Friday, and I cannot wait to watch all the action!

The day’s meeting will kick off at 12:00 p.m. ET with a women’s 400m B Race that features an all-Swiss field, setting the tone for a day filled with high-stakes competition and world-class performances.

Truth be told, the entire 2023 Lausanne Diamond League schedule today is packed with a variety of events, which promises something for every athletics fanatic.

Some of the key events to look out for include the men’s 1500m race, where Olympic champion Jakob Ingebrigtsen will be looking for another fast time, as well as fellow Olympic and world 800m silver medalist Keely Hodgkinson of Great Britain, who will race in the two-lap event today.

Keep an eye out for Dutch European star Femke Bol, who will race in the 400m hurdles, while USA’s world and Olympic champions, Katie Moon and Ryan Crouser headline the stars in the field event competitions.

The day will also feature field events such as the Javelin Throw for both men and women, the Men’s Long Jump, and the Women’s Pole Vault. The 5x80m Relay Youth Mixed final promises to be a fast-paced and exciting event.

The meeting will be streamed in a number of territories on the Wanda Diamond League YouTube page, ensuring fans worldwide can catch all the action live.

However, the livestream will not be available in all territories. For more information about the broadcast rights holder in your country, please check the list provided on the World Athletics website.

Please note that the times provided are in a 24-hour format, and the schedule is subject to change. Stay tuned to the official Lausanne Diamond League website for the most up-to-date information.

Follow the event on social media for real-time updates and behind-the-scenes content. You can find more updates on the Wanda Diamond League social media pages on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.

The 2023 Lausanne Diamond League schedule – June 30

12:00 PM – High Jump Women (Final – Official)
12:10 PM – 400m Women (Final – B Race)
12:20 PM – 800m Men (Final – B Race)
12:25 PM – 100m Women (Final – Heat C)
12:30 PM – 100m Women (Final – Heat B)
12:40 PM – 100m Women (Final – Heat A)
12:50 PM – 1500m Women (Final – U18)
13:00 PM – 1500m Men (Final – U18)
13:10 PM – 100m Men (Final – B Race)
13:15 PM – 200m Women (Final)
13:20 PM – Javelin Throw Women (Final)
13:35 PM – 5x80m Relay Youth Mixed (Final)
13:39 PM – Shot Put Men (Final)
13:52 PM – 1500m Wheelchair Men (Final)
14:04 PM – 400m Men (Final)
14:06 PM – 800m Women (Final)
14:16 PM – Pole Vault Women (Final)
14:25 PM – 110m Hurdles Men (Final)
14:35 PM – 3000m Steeplechase Women (Final)
14:42 PM – Long Jump Men (Final)
14:48 PM – 100m Women (Final)
14:50 PM – Javelin Throw Men (Final)
15:13 PM – 5000m Men (Final)
15:20 PM – 100m Hurdles Women (Final)
15:28 PM – 200m Men (Final)
15:39 PM – 400m Hurdles Women (Final)
15:52 PM – 1500m Men (Final)
15:52 PM – 4x100m Relay Women (Final)

Please note that the times provided are in a 24-hour format, and the schedule is subject to change.

Simone Goss has been with World-Track since 2003 and has done outstanding work at the back end to help out with traveling and other meeting related activities. Goss has also done work for SportingEagles, Blaze News and other media outlets. She obtains a bachelor degree in Communication.

Leave a Comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.