Watch Live Streaming Coverage of NACAC U18 and U23 Championships 2023
Watch Live Streaming Coverage of NACAC U18 and U23 Championships 2023

How to watch live streaming and get live updates of Day 2 at the NACAC U18 and U23 Championships 2023 on Saturday (22)? The event is being held in Costa Rica from July 21-23.

NACAC U18 and U23 Championships 2023 Live Stream on Saturday (22) by tuning into  Federacion Costarricense de Atletismo Facebook page, while live results and the start list of each event will be available via the links below.

NACAC U18 and U23 Championships 2023 Day 2

Saturday, July 22, 2023 – Morning Session

TimeEventsAge GroupRoundResults
8:0010.000 Metres Race WalkU23-MenExhibiciónResult
8:00Heptathlon – Long Jump (5)U23-WomenPointsResult
8:00Heptathlon – Long Jump (5)U18-WomenPointsResult
8:00Javelin Throw 800gU23-MenFinalResult
8:00Pole VaultU18-MenExhibiciónResult
9:005.000 Metres Race WalkU18-WomenFinalResult
9:005.000 Metres Race WalkU23-WomenExhibiciónResult
9:30Long JumpU18-WomenFinalResult
10:00Decathlon – 110 Metres Hurdles 0.91 (6)U18-MenPointsResult
10:10Decathlon – 110 mts Hurdles 1.07 (6)U23-MenPointsResult
10:20110 Metres Hurdles 0.91U18-MenSemifinalResult
10:30110 mts Hurdles 1.07U23-MenSemifinalResult
11:00Long JumpU23-WomenFinalResult
11:00Heptathlon – Javelin Throw 600g (6)U23-WomenPointsResult
11:00Heptathlon – Javelin Throw 500g (6)U18-WomenPointsResult
11:00Decathlon – Discus Throw 2 kg (7)U23-MenPointsResult
11:00Decathlon – Discus Throw 1.5 kg (7)U18-MenPointsResult

July 22, 2023 – Afternoon Session

15:00Hammer Throw 7.26 kgU23-MenFinalResult
16:00High JumpU18-MenFinalResult
16:00Decathlon – Pole Vault (8)U18-MenPointsResult
16:00Decathlon – Pole Vault (8)U23-MenPointsResult
16:30Hammer Throw 4 kgU23-WomenFinalResult
16:40100 Metres Hurdles 0.76U18-WomenFinalResult
16:55100 Metres Hurdles 0.84U23-WomenFinalResult
17:00Long JumpU23-MenFinalResult
17:10110 Metres Hurdles 0.91U18-MenFinal
17:20110 mts Hurdles 1.07U23-MenFinal
17:30Shot Put 3 kgU18-WomenFinalResult
17:40400 MetresU18-WomenFinalResult
17:50400 MetresU18-MenFinalResult
18:00Decathlon – Javelin Throw 800g (9)U23-MenPointsResult
18:00Decathlon – Javelin Throw 700g (9)U18-MenPointsResult
18:00400 MetresU23-WomenFinalResult
18:10400 MetresU23-MenFinalResult
18:20Heptathlon – 800 Metres (7)U18-WomenPointsResult
18:30Heptathlon – 800 Metres (7)U23-WomenPointsResult
18:40200 MetresU18-WomenSemifinalResult
18:55200 MetresU18-MenSemifinalResult
19:00Shot Put 5 kgU18-MenFinalResult
19:10200 MetresU23-WomenSemifinalResult
19:25200 MetresU23-MenSemifinalResult
19:35Decathlon – 1.500 Metres (10)U18-MenPointsResult
19:45Decathlon – 1.500 Metres (10)U23-MenPointsResult
20:004×100 Metres RelayU18-WomenFinalResult
20:104×100 Metres RelayU18-MenFinalResult
20:204×100 Metres RelayU23-WomenFinalResult
20:304×100 Metres RelayU23-MenFinalResult
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