New Balance Indoor Grand Prix 2024 - Live Stream

Sun, February 04, 2024 at 21:00 (GMT)
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Live stream and TV coverage details, results, entries and meet schedule for the New Balance Indoor Grand Prix:

 The event is a key part of the World Athletics Indoor Tour, boasting a Gold level status. This prestigious indoor track and field event will be held at the TRACK at New Balance in Boston, Massachusetts on Sunday, February 4.


The live stream of the New Balance Indoor Grand Prix will be available on the World Athletics website. Additionally, the event will be broadcast live on numerous TV channels across various countries. The full list of streaming and TV channels will be made available here one day prior to the start of the meet. The live broadcast is scheduled to start at 21:00 GMT.

  •  WorldAthletics (Geo restrictions may apply)
  • The United States - NBC from 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM EST
  • Spain - Tele Deportes
  • Caribbean Countries  - Flow Sports
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Serbia, Slovenia - TV Arena Sport 1
  • Finland - MTV Urheilu 1
  • Hungary - M4 Sport
  • Israel - Sport 1
  • Italy - Sky Sport Arena
  • Netherlands - Ziggo Sport / Ziggo Sport Select
  • Poland - Polsat Sport Extra
  • Slovakia - RTVS Sport
  • Sweden - Aftonbladet (Spring Media/Sportbladet)
  • Ukraine - Poverkhnost Sport 1

If you're experiencing difficulties accessing the live stream from your current location, consider using a Virtual Private Network (VPN) service. By connecting to a server in Spain through a VPN, you may be able to bypass regional restrictions and access the live stream. One option for a VPN service is Pure VPN.

The New Balance Indoor Grand Prix is known for featuring over 100 Olympic and World Championships medalists throughout its history, having produced nine world records and 14 American records since its inception in 1996​​​​.

The program for this year's event promises exciting matchups, including Noah Lyles versus Fred Kerley in the men's 60m, Elle St. Pierre racing Medina Eisa in the women's 3000m, and Jake Wightman taking on Hobbs Kessler in the men's 1500m. These competitions highlight the caliber of athletes the Grand Prix attracts, making it a must-watch for athletics fans​​.

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