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Live: Meeting Villa de Madrid 2018 (IAAF World Indoor Tour) - Thursday 8 February at 19:00 central European time.

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19:10 400 Men Final C

19:15 60 Men Inclusive

19:20 60 Women Inclusive

19:15 Triple Jump Women Final

19:30 60 Men Semifinal

19:35 Pole Vault Men Final

19:40 400 Women Final B

19:45 Shot Put Men Final

19:45 800 Men Final B

19:52 400 Men Final B

19:56 Tribute to Ruth Beitia  

20:05 High Jump Women Final

20:07 1500 Men Final B

20:17 800 Women (National event) Final

20:25 3000 Women Final

20:35 Triple Jump Men Final

20:40 400 Men Final A

20:50 400 Women Final A

21:00 60 Men Final

21:10 1500 Men Final A

21:20 800 Men Final A

21:30 1500 Women Final

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