World Athletics Championships 2023 Day 8, HIGHLIGHTS: Noah Lyles becomes first man since Usain Bolt to complete sprint treble; India qualifies for men’s 4x400m relay final with Asian Record; Duplantis retains pole vault gold

World Athletics Championships 2023 LIVE: Follow live updates and latest results from the morning session of Day 8 of the competitions in Budapest.

Updated : Aug 27, 2023 01:35 IST

From left to right: India’s Rajesh Ramesh, Muhammed Ajmal Variyathodi, Amoj Jacob, and Muhammed Anas Yahiya after qualifying for the the Men's 4x400m Relay final during the World Athletics Championships on Saturday in Budapest, Hungary.
From left to right: India’s Rajesh Ramesh, Muhammed Ajmal Variyathodi, Amoj Jacob, and Muhammed Anas Yahiya after qualifying for the the Men's 4x400m Relay final during the World Athletics Championships on Saturday in Budapest, Hungary. | Photo Credit: GETTY IMAGES

From left to right: India’s Rajesh Ramesh, Muhammed Ajmal Variyathodi, Amoj Jacob, and Muhammed Anas Yahiya after qualifying for the the Men's 4x400m Relay final during the World Athletics Championships on Saturday in Budapest, Hungary. | Photo Credit: GETTY IMAGES

Welcome to Sportstar’s highlights of day eight of the World Athletics Championships 2023 happening in Budapest, Hungary.

  • August 27, 2023 01:34
    What’s on schedule (IST Timings) for final day?

    10:30AM - Men’s Marathon

    11:30PM - Women’s High Jump Final

    11:45PM - Men’s Javelin Throw Final

    11:50PM - Men’s 5000m Final

    12:15AM - Women’s 800m Final

    12:35AM - Women’s 3000m Steeplechase Final

    1:07AM - Men’s 4x400m Relay Final

    1:20AM - Women’s 4x400m Relay Final

  • August 27, 2023 01:32
    That’s all for today

    Well, what an end to the penultimate day of the World Athletics Championships Budapest 2023.

    Here are you gold medallists from day eight

    Women’s Marathon - Amane Beriso Shankule (Ethiopia)

    Men’s Pole Vault - Armand Duplantis (Sweden)

    Men’s 800m - Marco Arop (Canada)

    Women’s 5000m - Faith Kipyegon (Kenya)

    Decathlon - Pierce LePage (Canada)

    Men’s 4x100m relay - USA

    Women’s 4x100m relay - USA

  • August 27, 2023 01:22
    Women’s 4x100m relay final - USA wins it with a new Championship Record!!!

    It could never become a close competition as going into the anchor leg, Sha’Carri Richardson, the 100m champion, had a significant advantage over Shericka Jackson, 200m champion. USA wins the titles in both 4x100m relays! Brilliant stuff from the Americans.

    Top three:

    USA - 41.03s - Gold

    Jamaica - 41.21s - Silver

    Great Britain - 41.97s - Bronze

  • August 27, 2023 01:22
    Time for the final event of the night - women’s 4x100m relay

    It is expected to be a battle between Jamaica and USA for the gold medal.

  • August 27, 2023 01:13
    Men’s 4x100m relay final - Noah Lyles completes the treble!!!!

    USA was brilliant from start to finish and when it came to Lyles in the anchor leg, he delivered with absolute authority. USA regains the title and Lyles becomes the first man since Usain Bolt (2015) to complete the treble of 100m, 200m, 4x100m relay gold.

    Top three:

    USA - 37.38s - Gold

    Italy - 37.62s - Silver

    Jamaica - 37.76s - Bronze

  • August 27, 2023 01:10
    Time for the men’s 4x100m relay final - Can Noah Lyles complete the treble?

    Lyles is looking to become the first man since Usain Bolt in 2015 to win gold medals in 100m, 200m and 4x100m relay at the same world championships.

  • August 27, 2023 00:58

    300m update - Warner is 10th and LePage is 11th.

    Damian Warner is trying his best to stretch the gap between him and LePage, Victor following him. We are more than halfway through the race.

    Into the final lap and Warner is giving it everything he has to fight Victor for the silver medal as LePage has sealed the gold.

    Norway’s Sander Skotheim wins the race with Estonia’s Karel Tilga and Johannes Erm in second and third but that does not matter.

    Damian Warner finishes seventh in 4:27.73s, Lindon Victor is 12th with 4:39.67s and LePage is 13th with 4:39.88s.

    Final standings:

    Pierce LePage (Canada) - 8909 points - Gold

    Damian Warner (Canada) - 8804 points - Silver

    Lindon Victor (Grenada) - 8756 points - Bronze

    Karel Tilga (Estonia) - 8681 points

    Leo Neugebauer (Germany) - 8645 points

    Pierce LePage is the first-ever athlete from Canada to win the gold medal in decathlon at World Championships with the sixth-best performance of all time!

  • August 27, 2023 00:54
    Not to be for Duplantis

    Third and final attempt at 6.23m for Duplantis. The crowd cheers him on and the Swede comes ever so close to clearing it!!!!

    Nevertheless, it is a second straight gold medal at world championships for the man from Sweden.

  • August 27, 2023 00:48
    Women’s Shot Put Final - Chase Ealey defends her title

    Dongmo seemed to have gone past China’s Lijiao Gong with her final throw but a foul has been called. Will the Portuguese athlete challenge the decision?

    Meanwhile, Gong throws 19.35m in her final attempt and as things stand, this will be her eighth straight medal at world championships.

    Sarah Mitton with one final throw, attempting to go past Ealey, but it is a foul.

    Chase Ealey remains the world champion in women’s shot put!

    Top three:

    Chase Ealey (USA) - 20.43m - Gold

    Sarah Mitton (Canada) - 20.08m - Silver

    Gong Lijiao (China) - 19.69m - Bronze

  • August 27, 2023 00:47
    Duplantis with second shot at new world record in pole vault

    The Swede does much better than his previous attempt but still, the 6.23m mark proves to be a bit too much even for him.

  • August 27, 2023 00:45
    Time for the final event of Decathlon - 1500m

    Pierce LePage is comfortably in the gold medal position with 8228 points followed by Lindon Victor (8074 points) in second and Damian Warner (8044 points) in third. Germany’s Leo Neugebauer is fourth with 7989 points.

    This lead should be good enough for LePage to become the first-ever Decathlon champion from Canada.

  • August 27, 2023 00:42
    Women’s Shot Put final update

    After five rounds, it is USA’s Ealey who extends her lead at the top with a superb throw of 20.43m. Mitton too crosses the 20m mark - it is 20.08m for her and she stays in the silver medal position. China’s Gong Lijiao is ahead of Dongmo for the bronze medal just on the basis of her second best throw being better than that of the Portuguese athlete after both are tied at 19.69m.

  • August 27, 2023 00:39
    Men’s Pole Vault final update - Duplantis is going for it

    Mondo Duplantis, having already secured the gold, is now going for a new world record mark of 6.23m. The Swede does not come anywhere close to clearing it on his first attempt.

  • August 27, 2023 00:37
    Women’s 5000m final update - FAITH KIPYEGON COMPLETES THE RARE DOUBLE

    Going into the final lap, it is Kipyegon in front followed by Hassan and Chebet. We are in for a thrilling finish. Hassan looks to pass Kipyegon at the half way mark of the final lap but the Kenyan stays in front to take the gold medal and achieve the 1500m-5000m double, which no one has done before!!!!!

    Hassan takes silver and Chebet wins bronze.

    Top three:

    Faith Kipyegon (Kenya) - 14:53.88s - Gold

    Sifan Hassan (Netherlands) - 14:54.11s - Silver

    Beatrice Chebet (Kenya) - 14:54.33s - Bronze

  • August 27, 2023 00:34
    Men’s Pole Vault - Gold confirmed for Duplantis!

    Mondo Duplantis is set to retain his world championship title as Obiena fails to clear 6.10m in his final attempt. The question now is whether Mondo will try to break his own world record of 6.22m.

    Top three:

    Armand Duplantis (Sweden) - 6.10m - Gold

    Ernest John Obiena (Philippines) - 6.00m - Silver

    Chris Nilsen (USA) - 5.95m - Bronze

    Kurtis Marschall (Australia) - 5.95m - Bronze

  • August 27, 2023 00:31
    Women’s 5000m final update

    At the 3000m mark, it is the Kenyan duo of Rengeruk and Chebet leading the pack with Tsegay in third and Kipyegon in fourth. Hassan is still outside the top 10.

    With a little over a 1000m to go, Tsegay makes her move and takes the lead. Meanwhile, Hassan ups her pace and moves into the top 10.

  • August 27, 2023 00:29
    Men’s Pole Vault Final Update

    Obiena does not clear 6.10m in his first try. The man from Philippines has one more attempt. On the other hand, Duplantis has cleared 6.10m too!!! The gold medal is surely his now!

  • August 27, 2023 00:27
    Women’s 5000m final update

    Faith Kipyegon, the 1500m champion, decides enough is enough and ups the pace of a relatively slow race at the 1500m mark. Chebet, however, moves past her 500m later. In case you are wondering where Sifan Hassan is, the Dutchwoman is happily sitting at the back of the pack for the time being.

  • August 27, 2023 00:21
    Men’s Pole Vault Final Update

    It comes down to Duplantis vs Obiena as Marschall, Nilsen and Collet fail to clear the 6m mark. Bar raised to 6:05m. Obiena does not manage to clear 6.05m in his first attempt. Meanwhile, Duplantis, reigning world champion, keeps his card clean as he does clear 6.05m at the first time of asking. Obiena decides to skip his two attempts at 6.05m and have a go directly at 6.10m.

  • August 27, 2023 00:20
    Women’s 5000m final underway!!!

    All eyes on Faith Kipyegon, Sifan Hassan, Gudaf Tsegay, Ejgayehu Taye and Beatrice Chebet in this one.

  • August 27, 2023 00:18
    Women’s Shot Put Final Update

    After three rounds, it is USA’s Chase Ealey who leads with 20.35m followed by Canada’s Sarah Mitton (19.90m) and Portugal’s Auriol Dongmo (19.63m) in second and third.

  • August 27, 2023 00:10
    Men’s Pole Vault Final Update

    Collet, Duplantis, Obiena, Nilsen and Marschall are the last five with the bar raised to 6.00m. Obiena and Marschall fail to clear it in their first attempt but nothing seems to be troubling the Swede at this point.

    Duplantis clears 6.00m without much fuss in his very first attempt. Obiena joins him as he too clears the 6m mark on his second attempt!

  • August 27, 2023 00:05

    Pattison decides to take the lead while Arop hangs at the back of the pack. Wanyonyi moves past Pattison just before the final lap begins. And now Arop makes his move! The Canadian comes from outside and storms past the rest of the field. This is a massive lead and no one comes close to challenging him in the end. Wanyonyi takes silves and Pattison wins bronze.

    Final result -

    Marco Arop (Canada) - 1:44.24s

    Emmanuel Wanyonyi (Kenya) - 1:44.53s

    Ben Pattison (Great Britain) - 1:44.83s

    Adrian Ben (Spain) - 1:44.91s

    Slimane Moula (Algeria) - 1:44.95s

    Djamel Sedjati (Algeria) - 1:45.08s

    Tshepiso Masalela (Botswana) - 1:45.57s

    Bryce Hoppel (USA) - 1:46.02s

  • August 27, 2023 00:02
    Time for men’s 800m final

    Start List

    Pattison in Lane 2

    Masalela in Lane 3

    Hoppel in Lane 4

    Wanyonyi in Lane 5

    Moula in Lane 6

    Arop in Lane 7

    Sedjati in Lane 8

    Ben in Lane 9

    This could be a great battle.

  • August 27, 2023 00:00
    Men’s Pole Vault Final Update

    Collet, Obiena and Nilsen clear 5.90m in their first attempts! Remember, Duplantis decided to pass this height.

  • August 26, 2023 23:54
    Women’s Shot Put Final Underway!

    Reigning world champion Chase Ealey takes the lead with a massive opening throw of 20.35m. That could be enough for a successful title defense for the American.

  • August 26, 2023 23:52
    Men’s Pole Vault final update

    Huang, McWhorter, Yao, Stecchi and Broeders are out of the competition after failing to clear 5.85m. Nilsen clears it in his final attempt while Obiena does it in his second. After two failed attempts, Lisek decides to skip his third one at 5.85m and while directly have a ‘do-or-die’ attempt at 5.90m which is the next height.

    Duplantis has decided to skip 5.90m.

  • August 26, 2023 23:38
    Women’s 4x400m relay Heat 2 - USA disqualified

    Great Britain & NI, USA and Belgium grab the three automatic qualification spots but the USA might be disqualified for the last changeover between Quanera Hayes and Alexis Holmes.

    Top three:

    Great Britain & NI - 3:23.33s

    USA - 3:23.35s

    Belgium - 3:23.63s

    Poland and Italy are through as the non-automatic qualifiers.

    USA indeed has been disqualified. Its spot goes to Ireland.

  • August 26, 2023 23:33
    Men’s Pole Vault Final Update

    Duplantis clears 5.85m at the first time of asking. Marschall and Collet join him in doing so but the rest of the field will have to go again.

  • August 26, 2023 23:32
    Women’s 4x400m relay heat 1

    Jamaica and Canada comfortably clinch the top two spots. However, it is a tight finish between Poland’s Kaczmarek and Netherlands’ Femke Bol for the third and final automatic berth for the final. Bol finishes in front.

    Top three:

    Jamaica - 3:22.74s

    Canada - 3:23.29s

    Netherlands - 3:23.75s

    Poland and France, fourth and fifth, will have to wait for the second heat to see if they can grab the non-automatic spots for the final.

  • August 26, 2023 23:23
    Men’s Pole Vault final update

    Sobera and Sasma are out of the competition after failing to clear 5.75m. The bar has now been raised to 5.85m.

  • August 26, 2023 23:21
    Men’s 4x400m relay finalists

    USA - 2:58.47s

    India - 2:59.05s

    Great Britain - 2:59.42s

    Botswana - 2:59.42s

    Jamaica - 2:59.82s

    France - 3:00.05s

    Italy - 3:00.14s

    Netherlands - 3:00.23s

  • August 26, 2023 23:19
    Men’s 4x400m relay Heat 2

    Jamaica, France and Italy make it from the second heat. As fas as the non-automatic spots are concerned, those have been booked by Botswana (4th in first heat) and Netherlands (4th in second heat).

  • August 26, 2023 23:05
    India qualifies for men’s 4x400m relay final with a new Asian Record!!!!!!

    India was sixth after the first leg but it was Amoj’s scintillating run that moved it up to second. Ajmal and Rajesh Ramesh not only did well to hold that advantage but they ended up helping the team set up a new Asian record of 2:59.05s. In fact, for a few seconds, Rajesh actually led USA’s Justin Robinson in the anchor leg. Stunning effort from the Indians.

    Top three automatic qualifiers from Heat 1

    USA - 2:58.47s

    India - 2:59.05s

    Great Britain & NI - 2:59.42s

    Botswana and Japan, who finished fourth and fifth, will have to wait and see if they can make it to the final as non-automatic qualifiers.

  • August 26, 2023 23:01
    Indians in action - men’s 4x400m relay heat 1 of 2 about to get underway

    For India, Muhammed Anas Yahiya, Amoj Jacob, Muhammed Ajmal and Rajesh Ramesh will take part.

  • August 26, 2023 22:50
    Bar raised in men’s pole vault final

    The new height for the pole vaulters to clear is 5.75m. Duplantis has chosen to skip this round.

    Huang and Marschall clear this one easily but many others fail to do so. Sobero, Yao, Obiena, Sasma, McWhorter, Stecchi will have to go again at 5.75m.

  • August 26, 2023 22:49
    No elimination in first round of men’s pole vault final

    McWhorter, Marschall and Broeders join the rest of the field as they too clear 5.55m, albeit on their second attempts.

  • August 26, 2023 22:33
    Men’s Pole Vault Final is underway!

    The competition begins with the bar set at the height of 5.55m. China’s Bokai Huang clears it in his first attempt. So does Robert Sobera of Poland. But Zach McWhorter does not. Everyone except McWhorter, Marschall and Broeders clear 5.55m in their first attempt. These three will have two more chances.

  • August 26, 2023 22:16
    Just 15 minutes to go for live action - men’s pole vault final

    Start List

    Bokai Huang (China)

    Robert Sobera (Poland)

    Zach McWhorter (USA)

    Jie Yao (China)

    Ernest John Obiena (Philippines)

    Kurtis Marschall (Australia)

    Ersu Sasma (Turkey)

    Claudio Michel Stecchi (Italy)

    Armand Duplantis (Sweden)

    Christopher Nilsen (USA)

    Piotr Lisek (Poland)

    Ben Broeders (Belgium)

    Thibaut Collet (France)

  • August 26, 2023 22:01
    Can we expect another last throw drama today?

    This edition of the World Athletics Championships has been one of the most exciting ones in recent times with people clinching gold medals with their last throws or jumps.

    Can’t rule the possibility of the same happening during today’s men’s pole vault or women’s shot put final!

  • August 26, 2023 21:46
    More about India’s opponents in Heat 1 of men’s 4x400m relay

    Amongst the nine entries, India’s personal best - 3:00.25s - is sixth best. Five teams - Botswana, Japan, Great Britain & NI, USA and Trininad and Tobago - have sub-3 minute PBs.

    In terms of season’s best, however, India has the second best time.

  • August 26, 2023 21:27
    ICYMI, here’s Jonathan Selvaraj on what to expect from the men’s javelin throw final which happens tomorrow

    Neeraj, Nadeem form throws up juicy India vs Pakistan subplot for World Athletics Championships javelin final

    Neeraj and Nadeem, rivals on the field, friends off it, look to make history in Budapest final.

  • August 26, 2023 21:10
    Noah Lyles on the verge of history

    Having clinched gold medals in 100m and 200m, Noah Lyles could become the first man since Usain Bolt in 2015 to achieve the rare treble if USA’s wins 4x100m relay tonight.

  • August 26, 2023 20:45
    Watch out for Germany’s Yemisi Ogunleye in women’s shot put final tonight!
  • August 26, 2023 20:08
    Can Faith Kipyegon add the 5000m title to her name after winning gold in 1500m?

    World Athletics Championships 2023: Kipyegon cruises to third gold medal in 1500m in Budapest

    Kenyan middle-distance superstar Faith Kipyegon capped a year that brought her a trio of world records by claiming a hat-trick of world 1,500 metres gold medals as she ran a perfect race to come home in 3:54.87s in Tuesday’s final.

  • August 26, 2023 19:41
    India will be in action in men’s 4x400m relay heats in evening session

    Amoj, Jacob, Muhammed Anas, Muhammed Ajmal, Rajesh Ramesh, Arul Rajalingam, Mijo Chacko Kurian will represent India in men’s 4x400m relay Heat 1 which also features USA, Japan, Great Britain and NI, Trinidad and Tobago, Botswana, Spain, Czech Republic and Hungary.

  • August 26, 2023 19:16
    Will Mondo Duplantis break his own world record today?

    The Swede will be in action in the men’s pole vault final from 10:35PM IST.

  • August 26, 2023 18:39
    ICYMI, Noah Lyles secured the sprint double

  • August 26, 2023 17:39
    As exciting as it can get

    World Athletics Championships 2023: Rojas claims fourth straight triple jump title with last attempt

  • August 26, 2023 17:38
    A last ditch attempt from Rojas
  • August 26, 2023 17:15
    Women’s Shot Put final soon

    Eight athletes will battle it out in the women’s shot put final.

    Qualification Marks:

    Jessica Schilder - 19.64m

    Maggie Ewen - 19.42m

    Sarah Mitton - 19.37m

    Danniel Thomas-Dodd - 19.36m

    Auriol Dongmo - 19.59m

    Yemisi Ogunleye - 19.44m (PB)

    Chase Ealey - 19.27m

    Gong Lijiao - 19.16m.

  • August 26, 2023 16:57
    Evening Session - Day 8 schedule

    10:35PM - Men’s Javelin Throw (Decathlon Group A)

    10:55PM - Men’s Pole Vault Final

    11PM - Men’s 4x400m Relay Heats

    11:25PM - Women’s 4x400m Relay Heats

    11:40PM - Men’s Javelin Throw (Decathlon Group B)

    11:45PM - Women’s Shot Put Final

    12AM - Men’s 800m Final

    12:20AM - Women’s 5000m Final

    12:55AM - Men’s 1500m (Decathlon)

    1:10AM - Men’s 4x100m Relay Final

    1:23AM - Women’s 4x100m Relay Final

  • August 26, 2023 16:44
    Canadians dominate in Decathlon with three events to go!
  • August 26, 2023 16:24
    Jakub Vadlejch, javelin world leader, on peaking after 30, love for coffee and more

    Jakub Vadlejch, javelin world leader, on peaking after 30, love for coffee and more

    Czech javelin thrower Jakub Vadlejch, 32, is the oldest of three athletes to make the men's javelin final at the Athletics World Championships. He is the current world leader with a season's best of 89.51m and is motivated to compete until the LA Olympics in 2028.

  • August 26, 2023 16:09
    Day 7 Highlights

    Check out the Day 7 highlights at the World Athletics Championship!

  • August 26, 2023 14:45
    Women’s Shotput Final qualifiers

    Jessica Schilder (NED) - 19.64m SB

    Auriol Dongmo (POR) - 19.59

    Yemisi Ogunleye (GER) - 19.44 PB

    Maggie Ewen (USA) - 19.42

    Sarah Mitton (CAN) - 19.37

    Danniel Thomas-Dodd (JAM) - 19.36

    Chase Ealey (USA) - 19.27

    Lijao Gong (CHN) - 19.16

    Sara Gambetta (GER) - 18.70

    Jorinde Van Klinken (NED) - 18.66

    Jiayuan Song (CHN) - 18.64

    Maddison-Lee Wesche (NZL) - 18.59

  • August 26, 2023 14:18
    Women’s Shot Put - Group A

    Three athletes secure automatic qualification in the first attempt.

    Jessica Schilder (NED, 19.64m SB), Maggie Ewen (USA, 19.42m) and Sarah Mitton (CAN, 19.37) have breached the qualification mark of 19.10m.

  • August 26, 2023 13:57
    Decathlon 110 Metres Hurdles Men - Heat 3 Results

    1. Damian Warner (CAN) - 13.67s

    2. Pierce Lepage (CAN) - 13.77s PB

    3. Kyle Garland (USA) - 13.93s

    4. Ayden Owens-Delerme (PUR) - 14.04s

    5. Harrison Williams (USA) - 14.33s

    6. Sander Skotheim (NOR) - 14.96s

  • August 26, 2023 13:49
    Decathlon 110 Metres Hurdles Men - Heat 2 Results

    1. Jose Fernando Santana (BRA) - 13.94s PB

    2. Daniel Golubovic (AUS) - 14.18s

    3. Yuma Maruyama (JPN) - 14.18s SB

    4. Manuel Eitel (GER) - 14.39s

    5. Markus Rooth (DEN) - 14.47s

    6. Leo Neugebauer (GER) - 14.75s

  • August 26, 2023 13:38
    Decathlon 110 Metres Hurdles Men - Heat 1 Results

    1 . Lindon Victor (GRN) - 14.47s

    2. Janek Oiglane (EST) - 14.51s

    3. Karel Tilga (EST) - 14.68s

    4. Rik Taam (NED) - 14.80s

    5. Johannes Erm (EST) - 14.90s

    6. Marcus Nilsson (SWE) - 15.06s

  • August 26, 2023 13:33
    Decathlon 110 Metres Hurdles Men - Heat 1

    The 110-m hurdles event will commence shortly with three heats splitting the participants.

  • August 26, 2023 13:16
    ICYMI: India marks rare feat before Javelin final

    Neeraj, Manu and Kishore spear India to history as fourth nation to qualify three to Worlds Javelin final

    India joined the USA, Finland and Germany in the record books as Neeraj Chopra, Manu DP and Kishore Jena secured berths in the final of the javelin throw at the World Championships in Budapest.

  • August 26, 2023 13:04
    Women’s Marathon Results

    1. Amane Beriso Shankule (Ethiopia) - 2:24:23 SB

    2. Gotytom Gebreslase (Ethiopia) - 2:24:34 SB

    3. Fatima Gardadi (Morocco) - 2:25:17

  • August 26, 2023 13:01
    Ethiopia’s Amane Shankule wins the women’s marathon
  • August 26, 2023 12:57
    Where to watch the World Athletics Championships 2023 in India?

    The World Athletics Championships 2023 is being live-streamed in India on Jio Cinema from August 19 to 27.

  • August 26, 2023 12:56
    Morning Session schedule - Day 8


    10:30AM - Women’s Marathon

    1:35PM - Men’s 110m Hurdles (Decathlon)

    1:55PM - Women’s Shot Put Qualification

    2:30PM - Men’s Discus Throw (Decathlon Group A)

    3:35PM - Men’s Discus Throw (Decathlon Group B)

    4:30PM - Men’s Pole Vault (Decathlon Group A)

    5:30PM - Men’s Pole Vault (Decathlon Group B)

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