The British Athletics Championships 2023 will take place over the next two days – Saturday and Sunday, 8-9 July – and you can follow all the live coverage on the BBC iPlayer, BBC Sport website, and the BBC App.
Where To Watch and Follow Live The British Athletics Championships 2023?
Below you will find the links to watch live streaming coverage of the two-day British Athletics Championships 2023 on Saturday and Sunday. BBC Day 1 Live Stream | BBC Day 2 Live Stream. For those who are unable to watch live, you can follow Live results and updates here.
Live coverage of the first day on Saturday will start at 11:00 a.m. BST local time or 6:00 a.m. ET with the men’s 100m heats with the women’s Javelin Throw final kicking off the field event schedule, starting at 11:40 BST or 6:40 a.m. ET.
The men’s 100m will feature world leader Zharnel Hughes, who is targeting the sprint double in Manchester this weekend. The reigning European 200m champion recently clocked 9.83 seconds to break the British record in the 100m and he will be looking to take that form into this weekend’s clash when he faces the likes of Reece Prescod and Eugene Amo-Dadzie.
Meanwhile, expect a strong showing from Dina Asher-Smith and Daryll Neita in the women’s 100m, with many predicting that the latter will win this year’s national title, based on recent form.
Other featured athletes slated to compete at the British Athletics Championships 2023 this weekend are European Indoor champion Jazmin Sawyers, who will line up in the women’s long jump, Olympic bronze medalist Holly Bradshaw, who has only competed twice so far this season, will take part in the women’s pole vault, while Ben Williams competes in the men’s triple jump.
The women’s High Jump final will feature 2019 world heptathlon champion Katarina Johnson-Thompson, which will also see Morgan Lake and Laura Zialor going head-to-head in the event. Elsewhere, Nicole Yeargin, the world and European bronze medalist in the 4x400m relay, goes into the women’s 400m with Victoria Ohuruogu, while European Indoor 3000m champion Amy-Eloise Markovc races in the 5000m.