World Champs 2022: Schedule – Sunday, July 24
Jamaica's Natoya Goule looks on ahead of the women's 800m heats during the World Athletics Championships at Hayward Field in Eugene, Oregon on July 21, 2022. (Photo: AFP)

OREGON, USA – The curtains come down on the 18th World Athletics Championships on Sunday in Eugene, Oregon. See the final day’s schedule below, with events expected to feature Jamaicans in bold.

8:15am Men’s 35 Kilometres Race Walk Final

11:35pm Men’s 110 Metres Hurdles Decathlon

12:30pm Men’s Discus Throw Decathlon - Group A

1:40pm Men’s Discus Throw Decathlon - Group B

2:15pm Men’s Pole Vault Decathlon - Group A

3:15pm Men’s Pole Vault Decathlon - Group B

7:05pm Women’s 100 Metres Hurdles Semi-Final

Britany Anderson

Danielle Williams

Megan Tapper

7:05pm Men’s Javelin Throw Decathlon - Group A

7:25pm Men’s Pole Vault Final

7:50pm Women’s Long Jump Final

8:05pm Men’s 5000 Metres Final

8:10pm Men’s Javelin Throw Decathlon - Group B

8:35pm Women’s 800 Metres Final

Natoya Goule

9:00pm Women’s 100 Metres Hurdles Final

9:20pm Men’s 1500 Metres Decathlon

9:35pm Men’s 4x400 Metres Relay Final

9:50pm Women’s 4x400 Metres Relay Final

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