LONDON, ENGLAND - AUGUST 05: Justin Gatlin (left) of the United States leads the Men's 100 metres final from Christian Coleman of the United States and Usain Bolt of Jamaica (right) during day two of the 16th IAAF World Athletics Championships London 2017 at The London Stadium on August 5, 2017 in London, United Kingdom. Gatllin won in a time of 9.92 seconds (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images for IAAF)

Please note the below schedule is in Jamaican time, one hour behind EST.

4:00 AM Women’s Heptathlon Long Jump – (Yorgelis Rodríguez, CUB; Alysbeth Felix, PUR)

4:05 AM Men’s Steeplechase Heats

4:40 AM Men’s Pole Vault Qualification

4:55 AM Men’s Marathon Final

5:05AM Men’s 400-meter hurdle heats (Kemar Mowatt, JAM;
Jaheel Hyde, JAM; Ricardo Cunningham, JAM)

5:45 AM Women’s Heptathlon Group A Javelin Throw (Yorgelis Rodríguez, CUB)

5:55 AM Women’s 400 meter Heats – Shaunae Miller-Uibo, BAH; Stephenie-Ann McPherson, JAM; Novlene Williams-Mills, JAM; Shericka Jackson, JAM; Chrisann Gordon, JAM; Ashley Kelly, IVB; Domonique Williams, TTO)

7:15 AM Men’s 110 Meter hurdles Heats (Omar McLeod, JAM; Ronald Levy, JAM; Hansle Parchment, JAM; Mikel Thomas Ruebin Walters, TTO; Roger Iribarne, Yordan L. O’Farrill, CUB; Eddie Lovett, ISV)

8:00AM Women’s Marathon


1:00PM Women’s Pole Vault Final

1:05pm Women’s Javelin Throw

1:10pm Women’s 100 meter Semis – (Michelle-Lee Ahye, TTO; Kelly-Ann Baptiste, TTO; Elaine Thompson, JAM; Jura Levy, JAM; Simone Facey, JAM; Natasha Morrison, JAM)

1:40pm Men’s 400 Meter Semis (Nathon Allen, JAM; Demish Gaye, JAM; Lalonde Gordon, TTO; Machel Cedenio, TTO; Jamal Walton, CAY; Steven Gardiner, BAH)

2:10 pm Men’s 100-meter hurdle semis (Omar McLeod, JAM; Hansle Parchment, JAM)

2:30pm Women’s Javelin Throw

2:35 Men’s Shot Put Final

2:40 pm Heptathlon 800 meters

3:15 pm Men’s 800 meters Semis

3:50pm Women’s 100-meter final

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