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The 2023 European Indoor Championships live stream, TV coverage, results, entry lists, and schedule. The event takes place from Friday, March 2 to 5, in Istanbul, Turkey.

The following is the order of events and how to watch Day 2 at the European Athletics Indoor Championships on Friday, 3 March. Among the highlighted events slated to take place on the second day are the 60m, 400m, plus the men’s 1500m final. Live streaming coverage of the championships is available on All Athletics with live results and updates also provided.

Friday’s schedule will include two session. The opening session on the day will begin with the women’s Pentathlon at 1:00 am ET, while the men’s long jump qualification will go off at 1:10 am ET, followed by the heats of the men’s 400m at 1:50 am.

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Elsewhere, the women’s 400m heats are set to get going at 2:40 am ET, with the women’s 60m dash heats beginning at 4:05 am, before the semi-final and final take place later in the day.

There are six finals on the schedule for Day, including the men’s 1500m, women’s 3000m, 60m for women, men’s and women’s Shot Put and men’s Triple Jump.

Day 2: European Athletics Indoor Championships order of events

Start TimeLocationEvent
1:00Ataköy Arena60m Hurdles Women Heat 1/2 Pentathlon
1:07Ataköy Arena60m Hurdles Women Heat 2/2 Pentathlon
1:10Ataköy ArenaLong Jump Men Qualification
1:15Ataköy ArenaPole Vault Women Qualification
1:45Ataköy ArenaHigh Jump Women Pentathlon
1:50Ataköy Arena400m Men Round 1 Heat 1/5
1:58Ataköy Arena400m Men Round 1 Heat 2/5
2:06Ataköy Arena400m Men Round 1 Heat 3/5
2:14Ataköy Arena400m Men Round 1 Heat 4/5
2:22Ataköy Arena400m Men Round 1 Heat 5/5
2:40Ataköy Arena400m Women Round 1 Heat 1/5
2:48Ataköy Arena400m Women Round 1 Heat 2/5
2:56Ataköy Arena400m Women Round 1 Heat 3/5
3:04Ataköy Arena400m Women Round 1 Heat 4/5
3:10Ataköy ArenaTriple Jump Women Qualification
3:12Ataköy Arena400m Women Round 1 Heat 5/5
3:30Ataköy Arena1500m Women Round 1 Heat 1/3
3:40Ataköy Arena1500m Women Round 1 Heat 2/3
3:50Ataköy Arena1500m Women Round 1 Heat 3/3
4:05Ataköy Arena60m Women Round 1 Heat 1/5
4:12Ataköy Arena60m Women Round 1 Heat 2/5
4:19Ataköy Arena60m Women Round 1 Heat 3/5
4:26Ataköy Arena60m Women Round 1 Heat 4/5
4:30Ataköy ArenaShot Put Women Pentathlon
4:33Ataköy Arena60m Women Round 1 Heat 5/5
11:00Ataköy ArenaHigh Jump Men Qualification
11:05Ataköy Arena60m Women Semi-Final 1/3
11:10Ataköy ArenaLong Jump Women Pentathlon
11:12Ataköy Arena60m Women Semi-Final 2/3
11:19Ataköy Arena60m Women Semi-Final 3/3
11:25Ataköy ArenaShot Put Men Final
11:35Ataköy Arena400m Men Semi-Final 1/2
11:43Ataköy Arena400m Men Semi-Final 2/2
11:55Ataköy Arena400m Women Semi-Final 1/2
12:03Ataköy Arena400m Women Semi-Final 2/2
12:18Ataköy Arena3000m Women Final
12:35Ataköy ArenaTriple Jump Men Final
12:40Ataköy Arena1500m Men Final
12:53Ataköy ArenaShot Put Women Final
13:05Ataköy Arena800m Women Heat 1/2 Pentathlon
13:13Ataköy Arena800m Women Heat 2/2 Pentathlon
13:45Ataköy Arena60m Women Final
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