Hansle Parchment wins Tokyo 2020 gold... Lausanne Diamond League ---- for Kamila Skolimowska Memorial for Birmingham Diamond League - Parchment Wins; Camacho-Quinn Clipped at Home
Tokyo 2020 Olympics - Athletics - Men's 110m Hurdles - Final - Olympic Stadium, Tokyo, Japan - August 5, 2021. Hansle Parchment of Jamaica celebrates after winning gold REUTERS/Andrew Boyers

Below is the Athletissima Lausanne Diamond League Schedule with several Jamaicans down to participate on Thursday (26 Aug) in Switzerland.

1:03 pm Women’s 400m (Candice McLeod, Marileidy Paulino, Quanera Haynes, Jodie Williams)

1:15 pm Men’s 800m (Emmanuel Korir, Clayton Murphy, Marco Arop, Peter Bol)

1:25 pm Men’s javelin (Anderson Peters, Johannes Vetter, Gatis Cakss)

1:30 pm Women’s 1500m

1:40 pm Men’s 110m hurdles (Hansle Parchment, Ronald Levy, Rasheed Broadbell, Devon Allen, Daniel Roberts, Andrew Pozzi)

1:45 pm Women’s triple jump (Yulimar Rojas, Shanieka Ricketts, Kimberly Williams, Patricia Mamona)

1:50 pm Men’s 3,000m

2:07 pm Women’s 100m ( Elaine Thompson-Herah, Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, Shericka Jackson, Marie-Josee TA Lou, Mujinga Kambundji, Ajla del Ponte)

2:18 pm Women’s 400m hurdles (Dalilah Muhammad, Femke Bol, Janieve Russell, Leah Nugent, Shamier Little)

2:35 pm (Steve Gardiner, Fred Kerley, Kenneth Bednarek, Aaron Brown, Isiah Young)

2:52 pm Women’s 4x100m

See more info below>>

Entry lists | media information sheets and biographies

  • Please note that the Lausanne Diamond League men’s 400m flat featuring Norwegian Warlord Karsten Warholm is schedule at 12:54 pm. This may not be shown live, as usual, the international feed starts at 1:03 pm.
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