IAAF World Championships 2017 day 3 full schedule is listed. The 2017 biggest anticipated moment has gone, it is Men’s 100m final race. On August 5 (Saturday), the action was ended at the London Olympic Stadium. Usain Bolt finished his race as third in the 100m world track race. He was beaten by the Americans Justin Gatlin and Christian Coleman.
In the 100m race, Justin Gatlin reached the line in 9.92 seconds. Christian Coleman took second place in 9.94 seconds and won silver, and then, it is Bolt who got bronze as third winner in 9.95 in the final individual sprint race of his career. He is third in this World Championship 2017, but he remains stay at first position in all humans around this globe.
Gatlin said “Usain has accomplished so much in our sport and inspired others.”
Currently the third day of action is set to begin as per the schedule in London. In this day, an another Jamaican having more eyes. Also, theElaine Thompson will appear in the 100m semi-final in this Sunday evening. So, the Olympic stadium is all set to celebrate the day 3 with the mixture of men’s and women’s marathon in the morning. Netherlands Dafne Schippers, United States Tori Bowie, andJamaican sprinter Simone Facey are ready to play.
Day 3 Full Schedule (August 6: Sunday)
- Women’s Long Jump: Heptathlon at 10 am local
- Men’s 3000m Steeplechase: Heats at 10:05 am local
- Men’s Pole Vault: Qualification at 10:40 am local
- Men’s Marathon: Final at 10:55 am local
- Men’s 400m Hurdles: Heats at 11:05 am local
- Women’s Javelin Throw: Heptathlon Group A at 11:45 am local
- Women’s 400m: Heats at 11:55 pm local
- Women’s Javelin Throw: Heptathlon Group B at 01:00 pm local
- Men’s 110m Hurdles: Heats at 01:15 pm local
- Women’s Marathon: Final at 02:00 pm local
- Women’s Pole Vault: Final at 7 pm local
- Women’s Javelin Throw: Qualification Group A at 7:05 pm local
- Women’s 100m: Semi-final at 7:10 pm local
- Men’s 400m: Semi-final at 7:40 pm local
- Mens’ 110m Hurdles: Semi-final at 8:10 pm local
- Women’s Javelin Throw: Qualification Group B at 8:30 pm local
- Men’s Shot Put: Final at 8:35 pm local
- Women’s 800m: Heptathlon at 8:40 pm local
- Men’s 800m: Semi-final at 9:15 pm local
- Women’s 100m: Final at 9:50 pm local
IAAF World Championships 2017 Live TV coverage & Online
- UK: BBC and BBC iPlayer
- US:NBCSN and NBC Sports Live
- Canada:CBC and CBC Player
- India: Star Sports Select 2/HD 2 and Hotstar
- Rest of Europe:Eurosport and Eurosport Live
- Africa: Supersport and Supersport online
Also check at Official IAAF YouTube Channel and Facebook page IAAF and get live coverage.