Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce at Oregon22
Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce at Oregon22

The order of events schedule, event start times, live results and how to watch live streaming coverage of Day 4 at the World Athletics Championships 2022 here in Eugene, Oregon, on Monday (18).

The women’s marathon will kick-start the live coverage on the fourth day of action, starting at 6:15 am local time / 9:15 am ET. You can watch all the live streaming coverage on, and Peacock TV, in the USA as well as the World Athletics YouTube and Facebook channels worldwide.


8:15 am W Marathon
11:35am Heptathlon Long Jump 
12:50pm  Heptathlon  Javelin
1:50pm Heptathalon Javelin

7:05 pm M 200m Heats (Blake; Bloomfield, Dryer-JAM; Harrison, RichardsTTO);
7:10 pm W Discus qualification
7:45 pm M High Jump( Harrison-USA)
8:00 pm W 200m Heats ( Jackson, Fraser Pryce, Thompson-Herah-JAM; Strachan , Gaither-BAH; Lloyd-ANT; Deferitas-IVB)
8:20 pm W Triple Jump( Ricketts, Williams, Smith-JAM; LaFond-DMA)
8:35 pm W Discus qualification  ( Hall-JAM)
8:55 pm Heptathlon 800m
9:25 pm M Steeplechase Final
9:50pm W 1500m Final

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