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This weekend, the 2024 World Track & Field Championships will commence in Glasgow, Scotland for the 19th edition of these finals. 

A total of 651 competitors from 130 nations will face off in the World Championships ahead of the next major event this summer: the 2024 Paris Olympics. 

Over three days, starting March 1 and ending March 3, 26 events (13 women, 13 men) will take place at Emriates Arena in Scotland. 

USA’s Noah Lyles headlines the event, as the 100m and 200m outdoor world champion will try for gold in the 60m dash. Christian Coleman, a USA teammate of Lyles’, will also compete for gold in the same event. 

Josh Kerr headlines the distance side of the track, as he recently set the indoor world record for the two-mile at 8:00.67. He will compete in the 3000m run. 

Britain’s Molly Caudery and USA’s Katie Moon, the latter of whom is one of the greatest pole vaulters of her time, will compete in pole vault. Moon is the reigning Olympic champ and a two-time world champion. 

Who will walk away with gold at the championships?

Here is everything you need to know about the 2024 World Indoor Track & Field Championships, including television and streaming options. 

How to watch the World Indoor Track & Field Championships

  • TV channel: CNBC
  • Live stream: Fubo, Peacock

Those hoping to view the world championships on television will get select coverage from CNBC, which will air Sunday’s second session live and present replays of the Friday and Saturday second sessions the following mornings. 

For those hoping to follow via stream, Peacock and Fubo are the ways to go. Fubo offers a free trial, so you can try before you buy. 

Viewers in Canada can watch Saturday’s second session live on CBC, and stream the Friday, Saturday and Sunday second sessions via 

World Indoor Track & Field Championships TV, streaming schedule

Here is the broadcast schedule for all three days of the 2024 World Indoor Track & Field Championships. 

Day Time (ET) Session TV/Live stream
Fri., March 1 4:45-9:10 a.m. Day 1 Morning Peacock
  2-5 p.m. Day 1 Evening Peacock
Sat., March 2 4:50-9:20 a.m. Day 2 Morning Peacock
  9 a.m.-12 p.m. Day 1 Evening (replay) CNBC, Fubo
  2-5 p.m. Day 2 Evening Peacock, CBC (Canada)
Sun., March 3 4:55-8:40 a.m. Day 3 Morning Peacock
  8-11 a.m. Day 2 Evening (replay) CNBC, Fubo
  2-5 p.m. Day 3 Evening CNBC, Peacock, Fubo

World Indoor Track & Field Championships 2024 event schedule

The action will kick off from Glasgow, Scotland on Friday and run through Sunday. 

Here’s a rundown of the order of operations throughout the weekend, with finals in bold. For a closer look at the schedule, check out the World Athletics website here

Day 1 – Friday, March 1

Time (ET) Gender Event
5:05 a.m. Women Pentathlon – 60m Hurdles
5:20 a.m. Women 400m dash heats
5:55 a.m. Women Pentathlon – High Jump
6:00 a.m. Men 400m dash heats
6:06 a.m. Women Shot Put (FINAL)
6:40 a.m. Women 800m run heats
7:22 a.m. Men 800m run heats
8:10 a.m. Men 60m dash heats
8:20 a.m. Women Pentathlon – Shot Put
2:05 p.m. Women 1500m run heats
2:15 p.m. Women Pentathlon – Long Jump
2:41 p.m. Women High Jump (FINAL)
2:45 p.m. Men  60m dash semifinals
3:10 p.m. Men 1500m run heats
3:20 p.m. Men Shot Put (FINAL)
3:50 p.m. Women 400m dash semifinals
4:10 p.m. Men 400m dash semifinals
4:30 p.m. Women Pentathlon – 800m run (FINAL)
4:45 p.m. Men 60m dash (FINAL)

Day 2 – Saturday, March 2

Time (ET) Gender Event
5:00 a.m. Men Long Jump (FINAL)
5:10 a.m. Men 60m Hurdles heats
6:00 a.m. Men Heptathlon – 60m dash
6:20 a.m. Women 60m dash heats
7:10 a.m. Women 800m run semifinals
7:15 a.m. Men Heptathlon – Long Jump
7:30 a.m. Men 800m run semifinals
8:35 a.m. Men Heptathlon – Shot Put
2:05 p.m. Women Pole Vault (FINAL)
2:10 p.m. Men  60m Hurdles semifinals
2:30 p.m. Men Heptathlon – High Jump
2:40 p.m. Men Triple Jump (FINAL)
2:45 p.m. Women 60m dash semifinals
3:15 p.m. Women 3000m run (FINAL)
3:40 p.m. Men 3000m run (FINAL)
4:00 p.m. Women 400m dash (FINAL)
4:10 p.m. Men 400m dash (FINAL)
4:30 p.m. Men 60m hurdles (FINAL)
4:45 p.m. Women 60m dash (FINAL)

Day 3 – Sunday, March 3 

Time (ET) Gender Event
5:05 a.m. Men Heptathlon – 60m hurdles
5:18 a.m. Women Triple Jump (FINAL)
5:25 a.m. Women 60m hurdles heats
6:10 a.m. Men 4x400m relay heats
6:15 a.m. Men Heptathlon – Pole Vault
6:38 a.m. Women 4x400m relay heats
6:50 a.m. Men High Jump (FINAL)
2:00 p.m. Men Pole Vault (FINAL)
2:15 p.m. Women Long Jump (FINAL)
2:40 p.m. Women 60m hurdles semifinals
3:15 p.m. Men 4x400m relay (FINAL)
3:30 p.m. Women 4x400m relay (FINAL)
3:45 p.m. Men Heptathlon – 1000m run (FINAL)
4:00 p.m. Women 60m hurdles (FINAL)
4:10 p.m. Men 800m run (FINAL)
4:20 p.m. Women 800m run (FINAL)
4:30 p.m. Men 1500m run (FINAL)
4:45 p.m. Women 1500m run (FINAL)


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