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2011 IAAF World Championships in Athletics

Media Alert: August 22


2011 IAAF World Championships in Athletics – Daegu , Korea LIVE in HD on SKY Sport from Saturday 27th August – Sunday 4th September.


SKY Sport is delighted to bring viewers LIVE coverage of the 2011 World Championships in Athletics featuring all nine days of competition.


Eight New Zealand athletes are competing including Olympic Gold medallist and reigning world champion Valerie Adams in the Shot Put, Olympic silver medallist and Commonwealth Games gold and bronze medallist Nick Willis in the 1500m and dual Commonwealth silver medallist Nikki Hamblin in the 1500m and 800m.


Also featuring will be Commonwealth Games silver medallists Brent Newdick in the Decathlon and Stuart Farquhar competes in the Javelin. Keep an eye out for New Zealand’s two 5000m specialists Adrian Blincoe and Jake Robertson while first-time Quentin Rew will contest the 50k Road Walk.


SKY Sport coverage, LIVE in HD


Saturday 27 August Morning session 11.50am SKY Sport 3

Evening session 9.50pm SKY Sport 3

Sunday 28 August Morning session 11.50am SKY Sport 2

Evening session 7.20pm SKY Sport 2

Monday 29 August Morning session 12.50pm SKY Sport 1

Evening session 9.40pm SKY Sport 1

Tuesday 30 August Morning session 12.50pm SKY Sport 1

Evening session 10.30pm SKY Sport 1

Wednesday 31 August Morning session 11.50am SKY Sport 1

Thursday 1 September Morning session 12.45pm SKY Sport 1

Evening session 9.45pm SKY Sport 1

Friday 2 September Morning session 12.45pm SKY Sport 1

Evening session 10pm SKY Sport 1

Sat 3 September Morning session 11am SKY Sport 1

Evening session 10pm SKY Sport 1

Sun 4 September Morning session 11.45am SKY Sport 1

Evening session 8.45pm SKY Sport 1


Highlights from each day of competition will feature the following day.


2011 IAAF World Championships in Athletics – Daegu , Korea LIVE in HD on SKY Sport from Saturday 27th August – Sunday 4th September.

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