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How to watch World Athletics Road Running Championships Riga 23?

Faith Kipyegon in the womens 1500m at the 2023 World Athletics Championships

RIGA, Latvia (Sept. 28) — Fresh off the heels of the Berlin Marathon, where Tigst Assefa shattered world records, the athletic world is buzzing with anticipation for the inaugural World Athletics Road Running Championships (WRRC) in Riga.

Scheduled for this Sunday, October 1, the event promises to be a spectacle of speed and endurance, featuring three distances: the road mile, 5km, and half marathon. The best part? You can catch all the action live and free on your device of choice.

Where and how to watch World Athletics Road Running Championships Riga 23?

How to Stream the Races

  1. Pre-Registration: To ensure a seamless viewing experience, sign up for an Inside Track account. Pre-Register now for free.
  2. Notification: An email will be dispatched to your inbox when the livestream is up and running.
  3. Log In: Access the stream starting at 11:40 GMT+3 by logging into your Inside Track account.
  4. Enjoy: Sit back and revel in a unique festival of running, right from the comfort of your home.

Device Compatibility

The livestream is optimized for various platforms, ensuring you can tune in whether you’re using a laptop, phone, or tablet.

Read more: Faith Kipyegon completes double with women’s 5000m final gold

Geographic Restrictions

While the road mile and 5km races are open to all registered users, the half marathon will be subject to broadcast rights restrictions in several countries, including Algeria, Argentina, Australia, Bahrain, Brazil, Chad, China, Djibouti, Egypt, Hungary, Iran, Iraq, Jamaica, Japan, Jordan, Kuwait, Latvia, Lebanon, Libya, Macau, Mauritania, Morocco, Marshall Islands, New Zealand, Oman, Qatar, Ukraine, Yemen, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Tunisia, UAE, and the United States.. Check the event’s information page for a full list of restricted countries.

World Athletics Road Running Championships Riga 23 Schedule

Event Schedule (ET Time)

  • 4:50: Women’s 5 Kilometres (Final)
  • 5:15: Men’s 5 Kilometres (Final)
  • 6:00: Women’s Road Mile (Final)
  • 6:10: Men’s Road Mile (Final)
  • 6:30: Women’s Half Marathon (Final)
  • 7:15: Men’s Half Marathon (Final)

This Sunday’s WRRC Riga 23 is not just another race; it’s a global celebration of road running. With multiple ways to watch and a lineup of the world’s best athletes, it’s an event you won’t want to miss.

Information by World Athletics

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Mellissa Henry

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