World Champs 2022: Schedule - Friday, July 15
In this file photo, Tajay Gayle of Jamaica competes in the men's long jump final at the 2020 Summer Olympics, Monday, August 2, 2021, in Tokyo. Defending champion Gayle is scheduled to compete in the long jump at the World Championships on Friday but may miss out due to injury.

OREGON, USA – The 18th World Athletics Championships gets underway Friday in Eugene, Oregon. See the opening day schedule below, with events expected to feature Jamaicans in bold.

Friday, July 15

11:05am Men’s Hammer Throw Qualification - Group A

12:10pm Men’s High Jump Qualification

12:30pm Men’s Hammer Throw Qualification - Group B

1:45pm Mixed 4x400 Metres Relay Heats

2:05pm Women’s Hammer Throw Qualification - Group A

2:30pm Men’s 100 Metres Preliminary Round

3:10pm Women’s 20 Kilometres Race Walk Final

3:30pm Women’s Hammer Throw Qualification - Group B

5:10pm Men’s 20 Kilometres Race Walk Final

7:05pm Women’s Shot Put Qualification

Daniel Thomas Dodd

Lloydricia Cameron

7:15pm Men’s 3000 Metres Steeplechase Heats

7:20pm Women’s Pole Vault Qualification

8:00pm Men’s Long Jump Qualification

Tajay Gayle

Wayne Pinnock

8:10pm Women’s 1500 Metres Heats

Adelle Tracey

8:50pm Men’s 100 Metres Heats

Yohan Blake

Oblique Seville

Ackeem Blake

8:55pm Men’s Shot Put Qualification

9:50pm Mixed 4x400 Metres Relay Final

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