World Athletics Championships: Schedule And Updates For Day 8

other sports

Schedule of Day 8 of IAAF’s World Athletics Championships, some of the athletes will compete in several categories of the athletics competition in Doha.

Written By Shrishaila Bhandary | Mumbai | Updated On:
world athletics championships

With six gold medals up for grabs on Day 8 of IAAF World Athletics Championships, some of the athletes will compete in several categories of the athletics competition in Doha. There has been a lot of make and break of new records so far at the Khalifa International Stadium. Day 8 will witness six finales in categories like men’s high jump, women’s discus throw, women’s 400 metres hurdles final, men’s 3000 metres steeplechase final, and men’s 400 metres. Irfan Thodi and Devender Singh will be part of the 20km race walk event. Avinash Sable and Jinson Johnson will also be in action if they make the 3000m steeplechase final and 1500m semis respectively.    

Read |  Allyson Felix Breaks Usain Bolt 's Record At Doha World Championship

Read | Pawan Sehrawat Sets Pro Kabbadi Record With 39 Raid Points In A Match

World Athletics Championships schedule for day 8

TIME(IST)

SEX EVENT

ROUND

22:40

M 1500 Metres

Semifinal

22:45

M High Jump

Final

23:10

W 4x100 Metres Relay

Heats

23:30

W Discus Throw

Final

23:35

M 4x100 Metres Relay

Heats

00:00

(5 OCT)

W 400 Metres Hurdles

Final

00:15

(5 OCT)

M 3000 Metres Steeplechase Final

00:50

(5 OCT)

M 400 Metres

Final

02:00

(5 OCT)

M  20 Kilometres Race Walk  Final

Read | Alberto Salazar Handed A Four-year Ban For Violating Anti-doping Rules

IAAF World Athletics Championships will be live on the Star Sports Network. Star Sports 3, Star Sports 2 and Star Sports 2 HD are the channels covering this event. It will also be live on the OTT platform - Hotstar. One can stay updated about the event by visiting IAAF’S YouTube channel or website. Irfan Thodi and Devender Singh's event will be live on television by 2:00 am IST. 

Read | PKL 2019: Tamil Thalaivas Vs U Mumba Match Result, Highlights

Published:
By 2030, 40% Indian will not have access to drinking water
SAVE WATER NOW
PEOPLE HAVE PLEDGED SO FAR
DO NOT MISS