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The 2022 Wanda Diamond League series will resume in Silesia on Saturday (6), and you can watch live streaming coverage of the meet on the World Athletics YouTube channel as several of the world’s best athletes head to Poland to continue their respective season.

Where to watch the Silesia Diamond League meeting?

A star-studded field, including 49 medalists and 12 individual champions from the just concluded World Athletics Championships 2022 in Oregon, has been assembled for this event and the fans in the United State can watch live stream on NBC Sports and Peacock TV

The meeting will be streamed in a number of territories on the Wanda Diamond League YouTube page.

The action from the Kamila Skolimowska Memorial will begin at 10:00 am ET and will be broadcast for two hours.

Today’s Diamond League schedule JA time:

9:04 am Men’s 400mh
9:09 am High Jump women
9:13 am Women’s 800m
9:25 am Long Jump men
9:28 am 100m men
9:37 am 3000m women
9:52 am Men’s Javelin
9:56 am Women’s women
10:06 am Women’s 400m
10:16 am 800m men
10:28 am Women’s 200m – Shericka Jackson vs Shaunae Miller-Uibo
10:38 am Women”s 1500m
10:52 am Women’s 100m – Fraser-Pryce, Natasha Morrison and Briana Williams

How to watch Kamila Skolimowska Memorial live on TV and online?

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