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How to Live Stream 2024 Rabat Wanda Diamond League Meeting

The Rabat Meeting International Mohammed VI d'Athlétisme will be live streaming on the Wanda Diamond League YouTube channel in selected regions and Peacock in the USA. Watch it live today!

Diamond League live streaming coverage
Diamond League Trophy. Photo by Diamond League AG

The 2024 Wanda Diamond League season will continue in Marrakech on Sunday (19) for its fourth event of the season and you can watch live streaming coverage and follow all the results and updates online. The Rabat Meeting International Mohammed VI d’Athlétisme, is readying to showcase its entertaining package of top-tier talents, with world record-holders, Olympic gold medalists, and world champions coming together to compete.

Viewers in the United States can watch live streaming coverage on Peacock TV, starting at 2:00 p.m. ET, while the fans in selected territories can also catch the action on the Wanda Diamond League YouTube page. Live results, schedule, and flash interviews are also available.

The competition schedule will begin at 1:00 p.m. ET with the national events as well as the women’s high jump. The main two-hour broadcast and streaming window will start at 2:04 p.m. ET with the women’s 400m hurdles.

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To determine the broadcast rights holder in your country, refer to the list provided here on the World Athletics website.

If your country is not on the list, check regional listings. The list is subject to change, and some broadcasters may only show highlights coverage, while others may provide live coverage. It is recommended to review local listings for more information.

Viewers in Australia, Bhutan, Cambodia, France, Iceland, Indonesia, Japan, Monaco, Myanmar (Burma), Romania, South Korea, and Sri Lanka can watch the action on the Wanda Diamond League YouTube page.

For Canadian viewers, the live broadcast will be on CBC, Flow Sports, and CWC will cater to the Caribbean region, while BBC will provide broadcast and streaming to the fans in the United Kingdom.

Mellissa is a hard-working track and field follower who likes to travel and have fun with anyone she communicates with, for example, go running with them! Yay! Mellissa is a former Pride News writer who now spends her time working with kids and following the sport she loves.

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