World Champs 2022: Schedule - Sunday, July 17
Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce reacts after winning her 100 metre heat at the World Athletic Championships in Eugene, Oregon on Saturday. (Photo: AP)

OREGON, USA – The 18th World Athletics Championships continues Sunday in Eugene, Oregon. See the schedule below, with events expected to feature Jamaicans in bold.

8:15am Men’s Marathon Final

12:35pm Women’s 100 Metres Hurdles Heptathlon

1:05pm Men’s 400 Metres Heats

Nathon Allen

Jevaughn Powell

Christopher Taylor

1:35pm Women’s High Jump Heptathlon

1:35pm Women’s Hammer Throw Final

2:00pm Women’s 400 Metres Heats

Candice McLeod

Stephenie-Ann McPherson

Charokee Young

3:00pm Men’s 10,000 Metres Final

3:45pm Women’s Shot Put Heptathlon

7:05pm Men’s 110 Metres Hurdles Semi-Final

Hansle Parchment

Rasheed Broadbell

Orlando Bennett

7:05pm Men’s Discus Throw Qualification - Group A

Travis Smikle

Chad Wright

7:25pm Women’s Pole Vault Final

7:33pm Women’s 100 Metres Semi-Final

Elaine Thompson-Herah

Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce

Shericka Jackson

Kemba Nelson

8:03pm Men’s 400 Metres Hurdles Semi-Final

Jaheel Hyde

Kemar Mowatt

Shawn Rowe

8:27pm Men’s Shot Put Final

8:30pm Men’s Discus Throw Qualification - Group B

Fedrick Dacres

8:38pm Women’s 200 Metres Heptathlon

9:00pm Men’s 1500 Metres Semi-Final

9:30pm Men’s 110 Metres Hurdles Final

9:50pm Women’s 100 Metres Final

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