Day 2 schedule: 2023 Eugene Diamond League Final start list, stream, results

Day 2 schedule of events at the 2023 Eugene Diamond League Final as World champions Jakob Ingebrigtsen and Shericka Jackson seek to complete a Diamond League Final double. Check out Femke Bol, Mondo Duplantis, Ryan Crouser, Keely Hodgkinson, and Athing Mu as they bow into action today.

EUGENE, Ore. (Sept. 17) — The 2023 Eugene Diamond League Final Day 2 is set to get underway at Hayward Field on Sunday, featuring an updated schedule and start lists for each event. The Prefontaine Classic meeting will be broadcast live on CNBC and NBC, with additional live streaming on Peacock. The action kicks off at 3:00 p.m. ET on CNBC and continues on NBC at 4:00 p.m. ET. Also watch live on the Wanda Diamond League YouTube Channel in selected countries.

Jakob Ingebrigtsen and Shericka Jackson aims for Diamond League Final Double

World champions Jakob Ingebrigtsen and Shericka Jackson headline the roster of athletes vying for a second Diamond League Final title. Ingebrigtsen will try to win the men’s 3000m race after his recent triumphs in the Bowerman Mile, while Jackson sets her sights on breaking the long-standing women’s 200m world record.

Ingebrigtsen, who on Saturday, shattered European and Diamond League records in the Bowerman Mile, returns to the track today. He narrowly missed breaking the world record, and the Norwegian athlete is eager to compete in the men’s 3000m race.

“Obviously, I was here to run the mile,” Ingebrigtsen said. “I’m jumping in the 3000m because I got the opportunity.” He added that he would, “try to prepare as good as I can, and we’ll see tomorrow.”

Read more: Day One Diamond League Winners – Prefontaine Classic 2023

On the women’s side, two-time world champion Shericka Jackson is focused on challenging the 200m world record again.

The Jamaican sprinter has clocked impressive times of 21.41 and 21.48 seconds this season and aims to surpass the 21.34-second world record established by American legend Florence Griffith-Joyner in 1988.

Making their debut at the 2023 Eugene Diamond League Final are reigning world and Diamond League champions Mary Moraa, Grant Holloway, Mondo Duplantis, and Yaroslava Mahuchikh. Other athletes to watch include Femke Bol, Marileidy Paulino, Valarie Allman, Ryan Crouser, Keely Hodgkinson, and Athing Mu.

Day 2 schedule: 2023 Eugene Diamond League Final – Prefontaine Classic

11:30High Jump WomenEntries
11:40Discus MenEntries
11:48Long Jump MenEntries
12:04800m MenEntries
12:17Men’s Para Athletics 100mEntries
12:28Women’s Para Athletics 100mEntries
12:395000m WomenEntries
12:57Pole Vault MenEntries
13:04400m Hurdles WomenEntries
13:08Discus WomenEntries
13:173000m MenEntries
13:37400m WomenEntries
13:42Long Jump WomenEntries
13:52110m Hurdles MenEntries
14:05100m Hurdles WomenEntries
14:09Shot Put MenEntries
14:19800m WomenEntries
14:36200m MenEntries
14:49200m WomenEntries
14:52Wanda Diamond League Award Ceremony
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