Meeting Hauts-de-France Pas-de-Calais Lievin 2024 - Live Stream

Sat, February 10, 2024 at 18:40 (GMT)
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Live stream and TV coverage details, results, entry lists and meet schedule for the 2024 Meeting Hauts-de-France Pas-de-Calais Lievin:

The Meeting Hauts-de-France Pas-de-Calais in Liévin, scheduled for Saturday, February 10, has attracted an impressive lineup of world-class athletes, setting the stage for a highly anticipated event in the World Athletics Indoor Tour Gold series.


The live stream of the Meeting Hauts-de-France Pas-de-Calais Lievin 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 7:40pm local time (GMT +1).

  • World Athletics (Geo restrictions may apply)
  • Spain - Tele Deportes
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina  Arena Sport 1
  • Croatia, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Serbia, Slovenia TV Arena Sport 2
  • Finland MTV Urheilu 1
  • Hungary - M4 Sport
  • Israel -  Sport 3
  • Italy, San Marino, Vatican City - Sky Sport Max
  • Netherlands Ziggo Sport Racing
  • Norway VG+ Sport
  • Poland Polsat
  • Slovakia RTVS Sport
  • Sweden Aftonbladet (Spring Media/Sportbladet)
  • Poverkhnost Sport 1 / Sport 3
  • Caribbean Countries  - Flow Sports

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.

Top athletes and events:

  • Femke Bol is set to return after setting a 400m meeting record last year and subsequently breaking the world short track record.
  • Grant Holloway, the three-time world 110m hurdles champion and world record holder in the 60m hurdles, aims for his fourth consecutive win at this event.
  • Gudaf Tsegay, the world record holder in the 1500m short track, will compete in the 3000m this time, returning to the venue of her record-setting performance.
  • Lamecha Girma, known for his world indoor 3000m record set at this venue, aims to achieve the fastest ever clocking over 2000m this year.
  • Other noted participants include Hugues Fabrice Zango, the world triple jump champion, and Sam Kendricks, former world champion.
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