Noah Lyles again stamped his claim on the men's 200m with another impressive display at Friday's (5 July) Lausanne Diamond League meeting.
Noah Lyles again stamped his claim on the men's 200m with another impressive display at Friday's (5 July) Lausanne Diamond League meeting.
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GAINESVILLE, Fla. – The University of Florida track and field program hosts the Tom Jones Memorial, one of the nation’s premier collegiate meets, Friday and Saturday, April 14 and April 15, at Percy Beard Track at James G. Pressly Stadium. Read more: When is the 2023 Bryan Clay Invitational and how to watch?

The two-day event will feature a total of 39 teams from across the nation, including Florida, the reigning men’s and women’s outdoor national champions. Several international will also in action, including two-time World 200m champion Noah Lyles, who will race in the men’s 100m. Canada’s Olympic 200m champion Andre De Grasse, and Joseph Fahnbulleh of Liberia are also in the event.

Thompson-Herah Competes in 200m at Tom Jones Memorial Invitational

Where To Watch 2023 Tom Jones Memorial?

The 2023 Tom Jones Memorial will be streamed on both Friday and Saturday. Friday streaming beings at 5:00 p.m. ET with the women’s 1500m and runs until the conclusion of the day. Saturday streaming will begin at 12:00 p.m. ET and continue through the 4×400 relays at the end of the meet. Live streaming coverage will be available on SECN+ via ESPN Player. Live results will be provided by Half-Mile Timing. Live Results: Click Here | Florida Gators Twitter Will Have Updates!

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