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#London2017: World Champs schedule — Saturday, August 12

Saturday, August 12, 2017

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KINGSTON, Jamaica – After a less than impressive day eight at the 2017 IAAF World Championships, Jamaicans remain hopeful that more medals can be added to the tally today.

Sprint superstar Usain Bolt will be a part of Jamaica's starting line-up in the qualification round of the men's 4x100m relays where he is set to anchor. Tyquendo Tracey, Julian Forte and Michael Campbell also make up the team for the qualification round.

Also in action will be the female quartet for the 4x100m, and 4x400m as well as the men quartet for the 4x400m. The names of the athletes comprising each quartet are yet to be announced.

Morning

Men's 110 metres hurdles (Decathlon) 4:00 am

Women's 4x100 metres relay (Heats) 4:35 am

Jamaica- heat 2

Men's 4x100 relays (Heats) 4:55 am

Jamaica- heat 2

Men's discus throw (Decathlon Group A) 5:00 am

Women's 4x400 metres relay (Heats) 5:20 am

Jamaica heat- 2

Men's 4x400 metres (Heats) 5:50am

Jamaica heat- 1

Men's discus throw (Decathlon Group B) 6:20 am

Men's pole vault (Decathlon) 8:15am

Afternoon

Men's javelin throw (Decathlon Group A) 11:30 am

Men's javelin throw (Decathlon Group B) 12:55pm

Women's high jump (Final) 1:05 pm

Women's 100 metres hurdles (Final) 2:05pm

Men's javelin throw (Final) 2:15pm

Men's 5000 metres (Finals) 2:20 pm

Men's 1500 metres (Decathlon) 2:45 pm

Women's 4x100 metres relay (Final) 3:30 pm

Men's 4x100 metres relay (final) 3:50 pm

 

 

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