UK Athletics Championships 2022 Calendar and Start Times

UK Athletics Championships 2022 Calendar and Start Times

The UK Athletics Championships kicks off in Manchester this afternoon. The meeting is taking place before a packed summer and will serve as World Championship qualification in Eugene, Oregon.

The Commonwealth Games will also be held in Birmingham, with many stars from England’s roster of 72 track and field athletes slated to compete.

There was a lot of drama on Saturday as Daryl Nita surprised Dina Asher-Smith by winning the 100m title. Laura Muir won the 1500m title, while Jake Whitman won the men’s 1500m title.

The final day of action will feature finals in the 200m, 800m as well as several field events, but Keeley Hodgkinson will miss the 800m on Saturday after plunging down the 400m.

Here’s everything you need to know, including the full timetable and timetable, ahead of the final day of the UK Athletics Championships.

how can i watch

The action will be shown live on BBC iPlayer, BBC Red Button, the BBC Sport website and app. On Friday 24 June the action runs from 3:55 pm to 8:50 pm, while on Saturday 25 June it starts at 1:15 pm and ends at 7:00 pm, and finally on Sunday 26 June, it Starts at 10:25 am and ends at 5:00 pm.

when does it start?

The last day’s action will start at 10:30 am and will end on Sunday 27th June after 5 pm.

What is the start time and time?

Sunday 26 June

10:30 Final Men’s Javelin Throw

11:35 Women’s Heptathlon Long Jump

11:38 Women’s Shotput Final

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12:00 5000m Women’s Final Walk

12:32 Final Men’s Discus Throw

12:35 5000m men’s final walk

13:02 Men’s Triple Jump Final

13:05 Women’s 100m Hurdles Battery

13:35 Women’s 200m first round

14:02 Women’s high jump final

14:05 Men’s 200m Round 1

14:10 Women’s Heptathlon Javelin Throw

14:16 Women’s Pole Vault Final

14:35 Women’s 400m Hurdles Final

14:45 for men’s 1500m final

14:55 Women’s 100m Hurdles Final

15:05 3000m steeple chase final women

15:17 Men’s long jump final

15:20 400m Men’s Wheelchair Final

15:25 Women’s Hammer Throw Final

15:28 400m Women’s Wheelchair Final

15:38 200m Women’s Final

15:47 Men’s 200m final

15:56 800m Women’s Heptathlon Final

16:10 Men’s 5000m final

16:35 800m Men’s Final

16:45 800m Women’s Final

The UK Athletics Championships kicks off in Manchester this afternoon. The meeting is taking place before a packed summer and will serve as World Championship qualification in Eugene, Oregon.

The Commonwealth Games will also be held in Birmingham, with many stars from England’s roster of 72 track and field athletes slated to compete.

There was a lot of drama on Saturday as Daryl Nita surprised Dina Asher-Smith by winning the 100m title. Laura Muir won the 1500m title, while Jake Whitman won the men’s 1500m title.

The final day of action will feature finals in the 200m, 800m as well as several field events, but Keeley Hodgkinson will miss the 800m on Saturday after plunging down the 400m.

Here’s everything you need to know, including the full timetable and timetable, ahead of the final day of the UK Athletics Championships.

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how can i watch

The action will be shown live on BBC iPlayer, BBC Red Button, the BBC Sport website and app. On Friday 24 June the action runs from 3:55 pm to 8:50 pm, while on Saturday 25 June it starts at 1:15 pm and ends at 7:00 pm, and finally on Sunday 26 June, it Starts at 10:25 am and ends at 5:00 pm.

when does it start?

The last day’s action will start at 10:30 am and will end on Sunday 27th June after 5 pm.

What is the start time and time?

Sunday 26 June

10:30 Final Men’s Javelin Throw

11:35 Women’s Heptathlon Long Jump

11:38 Women’s Shotput Final

12:00 5000m Women’s Final Walk

12:32 Final Men’s Discus Throw

12:35 5000m men’s final walk

13:02 Men’s Triple Jump Final

13:05 Women’s 100m Hurdles Battery

13:35 Women’s 200m first round

14:02 Women’s high jump final

14:05 Men’s 200m Round 1

14:10 Women’s Heptathlon Javelin Throw

14:16 Women’s Pole Vault Final

14:35 Women’s 400m Hurdles Final

14:45 for men’s 1500m final

14:55 Women’s 100m Hurdles Final

15:05 3000m steeple chase final women

15:17 Men’s long jump final

15:20 400m Men’s Wheelchair Final

15:25 Women’s Hammer Throw Final

15:28 400m Women’s Wheelchair Final

15:38 200m Women’s Final

15:47 Men’s 200m final

15:56 800m Women’s Heptathlon Final

16:10 Men’s 5000m final

16:35 800m Men’s Final

16:45 800m Women’s Final

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