IAAF World Athletics Championships 2017: When and where to watch, coverage on TV and live streaming

The IAAF World Athletics Championships starts on 4 August in London and all eyes will be on Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt as he pulls down the curtain on one of the most celebrated careers in athletics.

Usain Bolt. GettyImages

File photo of Usain Bolt. Getty Images

With the men's 100 metres first round scheduled for Day 1, the beginning of the end of Usain Bolt's career starts off at 00:50 IST.

India has gone to the event with a 25-athlete contingent and Lakshmanan Govindan, 2017 Asian Athletics champion in 5,000 metres and 10,000 metres will be in action on Day 1. He will take the field with Mo Farah who takes to the track for one last time in the 10,000 metres event.

Here's all you need to know about catching all the action from IAAF World Athletics Championships live:

When will the IAAF World Athletics Championships be played?

IAAF World Athletics Championships will be played from 4 August to 13 August.

How do I watch IAAF World Athletics Championships live?

The matches will be broadcast live on television by Star Sports Network. The coverage will be available on STAR Sports Select 2, Select 2 HD.

What time will live coverage of the event start?

The live coverage of the event begins at 11.30 PM IST.

Where can you follow the matches online?

The live stream will be simultaneously shown on the following official IAAF platforms: YouTube and Facebook


Updated Date: Aug 04, 2017 13:22 PM

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