World Athletics Championships 2023: Timetable, schedule, events, results, how to watch from Budapest | Sporting News (2024)

The World Athletics Championships have come to a close in Budapest, Hungary and the United States have once again finished on top of the medal table.

The US managed to pick up 12 golds, three times as many as any opponent and had a total of 29 medals.

Their closest rivals were neighbours Canada who finished second with four golds and two silvers.

Great Britain and Northern Ireland placed seventh winning two gold medals and a total of 10 overall, which is equal to their best-ever medal haul at these championships.

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World Athletics Championships 2023: Timetable, schedule, events, results

Legend: WR — World record; CR – Championship record; WL — world lead; AR — area record (Africa, Asia, Europe, North America–Central America–Caribbean, Oceania, South America); NR — national record; PB — personal best; SB — season best; DNF — did not finish; DQ — disqualified

Men's 100m

200m kingpin Lyles stepping down to the shorter sprint distance paid off as he stormed to victory in a time of 9.83s. Britain's Zharnel Hughes had to settle for bronze behind Letsile Tebogo of Botswana. Defending champion Fred Kerley was shockingly dumped out in the semifinals.

Men's 100mNoah Lyles (USA)9.83 (WL)Letsile Tebogo (BOT)9.88.873 (NR)Zharnel Hughes (GBR)9.88.874

Women's 100m

The great Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce returned from a knee injury and sought an 11th gold medal at her seventh World Championships, with compatriot Shericka Jackson and American Sha'Carri Richardson gunning for her crown. But it was Richardson who won from a star-studded field, in a Championship record time of 10.65.

Women's 100mSha'Carri Richardson10.65Shericka Jackson10.72Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce10.77

Men's 200m

American superstar Lyles claimed a sprint double as part of an American one-two accompanied by Erriyon Knighton, while Tebogo, who is the first man from Botswana ever to claim a medal at the championships, finished third, immediately ahead of Hughes.

Men's 200mNoah Lyles19.52Erriyon Knighton19.75Letsile Tebogo19.81

Women's 200m

The imperious Shericka Jackson was at her very best to beat US champion Gabby Thomas, who had arrived at the championships in sensational form. Richardson followed up beating Jackson to 100m gold by taking another medal.

Women's 200mShericka Jackson21.41 (CR)Gabrielle Thomas21.81Sha'Carri Richardson21.92 (PB)

Men's 400m

Michael Norman's withdrawal left us with the prospect of a shootout between his two predecessors as world champion — Olympic champion Steven Gardiner, who missed last year's meet in Oregon through injury, and resurgent world record holder Wayde van Niekerk. But neither could challenge the top three as Antonio Watson ran 44.22 to scoop gold.

Men's 400mAntonio Watson (JAM)44.22Matthew Hudson-Smith (GBR)44.31Quincy Hall (USA)44.37 (PB)

Women's 400m

Sydney McLaughlin-Levrone missing out with a knee injury gave Olympic and world silver medalist Marileidy Paulino the chance to go one better which she delivered in Budapest.

Women's 400mMarileidy Paulino (DOM)48.76 (NR)Natalia Kaczmarek (POL)49.57Sada Williams (BAR)49.60

Men's 800m

Canada's Marco Arop launched a thrilling assault, going from the back of the field at the start of the final lap to take gold ahead of Kenya'sEmmanuel Wanyonyi. Great Britain's Ben Pattison was a surprise bronze medalist.

Men's 800mMarco Arop (CAN)1:44:24Emmanuel Wanyonyi (KEN)1:44:53Ben Pattison (GBR)1:44:83

Women's 800m

Keely Hodgkinson is the fastest woman in the world this year and, after setting a new British record of 1:55.77 in Paris but she had to settle for silver as Mary Moraa ran a personal best time of 1:56.03 to clinch gold.

Women's 800mMary Moraa (KEN)1:56.03 (PBKeely Hodgkinson (GBR)1:56.03Athing Mu(USA)1:56.03 (SB)

Men's 1,500m

Britain's Josh Kerr ran a season's best time and timed his run down the home straight to perfection to pip favourite Jakob Ingerbrigtsen to a memorable gold medal.

Men's 1,500mJosh Kerr (GBR)3:29.38 (SB)Jakob Ingerbrigtsen (NOR)3:29.65Narve Gilje Nordas (NOR)3:29.68

Women's 1,500m

Last beaten over 1,500m by fellow great Sifan Hassan in June 2021, Kenya's world-record holder Faith Kipyegon made it a hat-trick of titles as she beat Ethiopia's Diribe Welteji into second place. Hassan was forced to settle for bronze.

Women's 1,500mFaith Kipyegon (KEN)3:54:87Diribe Welteji (ETH)3:55:69Sifan Hassan (NED)3:56:00

Men's 5,000m

Ingebrigtsen overcame his 1,500m disappointment in Oregon to win 5,000m gold. He added to his 1,500m silver in Budapest with victory in this event as he pipped Mohamed Katie to the finish line.

Men's 5,000mJakob Ingerbrigtsen (NOR)13:11.30 (SB)Mohamed Katir (ESP)13:11.44Jacob Krop (KEN)13:12.28

Women's 5,000m

Kipyegon made history by becoming the first woman to complete the 1,500m-5,000m double at a World Championships. Crowing a season that has seen her set three world records, Kipyegon surged clear of Hassan down the home straight

Women's 5,000mFaithKipyegon (KEN)14:53:88Sifan Hassan (NED)14:54:11Beatrice Chebet (KEN)14:54:33

Men's 10,000m

Defending champion Joshua Cheptegei delivered a third consecutive world title ahead of a strong field.

Men's 10,000mJoshuaCheptegei (UGA)27:51.42 (SB)Daniel Ebenyo (KEN)27:52.60Selemon Barega (ETH)27:52.72

Women's 10,000m

Netherlands superstar Hassan was in position to claim the first of the three distance golds on her agenda before she tripped metres from the line, clearing the way for an Ethiopia 1-2-3.

Women's 10,000mGudaf Tsegay (ETH)31:27:18Letesenbet Gidey (ETH)31:28:16 (SB)Ejgayehu Taye (ETH)31:28:31

Men's marathon

Victor Kiplangat became the second Ugandan to win the men's marathon title at the championships after breaking away with about 4km (2.5 miles) to go. Defending champion Tamirat Tola, of Ethiopia, dropped out after 39km (24.2 miles) because of stomach discomfort.

Men's marathonVictor Kiplangat (UGA)2:08:53Maru Teferi (ISR)2:09:12 (SB)Leul Gebresilase2:09:19

Women's marathon

Ethiopia's Amane Beriso Shankule and compatriot and deposedchampion Gotytom Gebresalase both recorded season-best times in the women's marathon. Shankule took the title by 11 seconds, with MoroccanFatima Ezzahra Gardadi finishing 43 seconds further behind.

Women's marathonAmane Beriso Shankule (ETH)2:24:23 (SB)Gotytom Gebresalase (ETH)2:24:23 (SB)Fatima Ezzahra Gardadi (MAR)2:25:17

Men's 110m hurdles

Grant Holloway, as largely expected, made it three world golds in a row, having only lost once this year to Jamaica's Rasheed Broadbell. The American ran a season's best 12.96 to take home the gold.

Men's 110m hurdlesGrant Holloway12.98Hansle Parchment13.07Daniel Roberts13.09

Women's 100m hurdles

USA's Nia Ali was aiming to regain the title she won in 2019 from rival and Olympic champion Jasmine Camacho-Quinn of Puerto Rico, but the latter settled for second as Danielle Williams stormed to gold. Ali came last in the final.

Women's 100m hurdlesDanielle Williams (JAM)12.43 (SB)Jasmine Camacho-Quinn (PUR)12.44Kendra Harrison (USA)12.46

Men's 400m hurdles

Norway's Olympic champion and world record holder Karsten Warholm was back in blistering form and able to right the wrongs of Oregon where, compromised by an early season hamstring injury, he limped to a seventh-place finish. He took gold this time round.

Men's 400m hurdlesKarseten Warholm (NOR)46.89Kyren McMaster (IVB)47.34Rai Benjamin (USA)47.56

Women's 400m hurdles

Femke Bol of the Netherlands continued her fine form in Budapest after setting a new European record in London last month, with Sydney McLaughlin-Levrone opting not to defend her title.

Women's 400m hurdlesFemke Bol (NED)51.70Shamier Little (USA)52.80(SB)Rushell Clayton (JAM)52.81 (PB)

Men's 3,000m steeplechase

World record holder Lamecha Girma was unable to become Ethiopia's first world champion in the men's steeplechase, with reigning Olympic champion Soufiane El Bakkali making it back-to-back world titles. Abraham Kibiwot took bronze ahead of his compatriot Leonard Kipkemoi Bett

Men's 3,000m steeplechaseSoufiane El Bakkali (MOR)08:03:53Lamecha Girma (ETH)08:05:44Abraham Kibiwot (KEN)08:11:98

Women's 3,000m steeplechase

World record holder Beatrice Chepkoech risks being upstaged by her 19-year-old fellow Kenyan Jackline Chepkoech, who is the only woman to run under nine minutes this year. Heats on Wednesday set up a final on the final evening ofSunday, August 27at 9:05 p.m. local time.

Women's 3,000m steeplechaseWinfred Mutile Yavi(KEN)8:54.29Beatrice Chepkoech (KEN)8:58.98Faith Cheroitch(KEN)9:00.69

Men's 20km walk

Japan's two-time reigning champion Toshikazu Yamanishi finished down in 24th as Spain's Alvaro Martin claimed gold with the fastest time in the world this year.

Men's 20km walkAlvaro Martin (ESP)1:17:32 (WL)Perseus Karlstrom (SWE)1:17:39 (NR)Caio Bonfim (BRA)1:17:47 (NR)

Women's 20km walk

Maria Perez made it a double for Spain as she triumphed by 25 seconds on what proved to be a famous day in women's sport for the country.

Women's 20km walkMaria Perez
1:26:51Jemima Montag
1:27:16 (AR)Antonella Palmisano
1:27:26 (SB)

Men's 35km walk

Having won gold in the 20km earlier this week, Alvaro Martin added another to his tally with victory in the 35km distance.

Men's 35kmwalkAlvaro Martin (ESP)2:24:30(NR)Brian Daniel Pintado (ECU)2:23:34(AR)Masataro Kawanu (JPN)2:25:12 (SB)

Women's 35km walk

Kimberly Garcia was looking to repeat her double walking gold from last year, although Maria Perez shaved 29 seconds off the Peruvian's world record with a time of 2:37:15 in Podebrady this season.

Women's 35km walkMaria Perez (ESP)2:38:40 (CR)Kimberly Garcia Leon (PER)2:40:52Antigoni Ntrismpioti (GRE)2:43:22 (SB)

Men's 4x100m relay

Noah Lyles made it three out of three, becoming the first man since Usain Bolt to complete that feat, as the United States took gold ahead of Italy and Jamaica, who edged Great Britain out of the medals

Men's 4x100m relayUnited States37.38 (WL)Italy37.62 (SB)Jamaica37.76

Women's 4x100m relay

The latest chapter of the USA vs Jamaica battle played out with the United States finishing on top. Sha'Carri Richardson held off Shericka Jackson down the home straight to set a championship record.. Despite being without Dina Asher-Smith, Great Britain claimed bronze.

Women's 4x100m relayUnited States41:03 (CR)Jamaica41:21 (SB)Great Britain41:97 (SB)

Men's 4x400m relay

The United States have won eight of the past nine world titles in this event and it feels foolish to look anywhere else for a tip for gold, given their astonishing depth in the 400m. The first of the traditional curtain-closing relay finals takes place onSunday, August 27at 9:37 p.m local time, with heats scheduled for the previous evening.

Men's 4x400m relayUnited States2:57.31 WLFrance2:58.45 NRGreat Britain2:58.71 SB

Women's 4x400m relay

It's the same story for USA women in the 4x400m, with Jamiaca's 2015 triumph a blemish unlikely to be repeated even in McLaughlin-Levrone's absence. Heats take place on Saturday 26 before the final takes place as the final race on track onSunday, August 27.

Women's 4x400m relayNetherlands3:20.72Jamaica3:20.88Great Britain3.21.04

Mixed 4x400m relay

Introduced for the first time at Doha in 2019, the Dominican Republic shocked the USA by taking gold in Oregon. The States set the record straight in emphatic fashion in Budapest with a world record run for gold.

Mixed4x400m relayUnited States3:08:80 (WR)Great Britain3:11:06 (NR)Czech Republic3:11:98 (NR)

Men's high jump

Mutaz Barshim long reign as world champion is over. The Qatari star was unable to make it four in a row as Gianmarco Tamberi, who memorably shared Olympic gold with Barshim in Tokyo, took gold with a world-leading jump of 2.36m. That meant he beat JuVaughn Harrison on countback, with Barshim forced to settle for bronze. It is the first time he's not stood on top of the rostrum at a major championship since coming second at the Rio 2016 Olympics.

Men's high jumpGianmarco Tamberi (ITA)2.36m (WL)JuVaughn Harrison (USA)2.36m (WL)Mutaz Barshim (QAT)2.33m

Women's high jump

Australia's Eleanor Patterson won gold in Oregon on countback at the expense of Ukraine's Yaroslava Mahuchikh last year and a mouthwatering repeat is in store, with Patterson's compatriot Nicola Olyslagers also in the mix. Qualification on Friday will set up a final on the last evening of the Championships (Sunday, August 27).

Women's high jump

Yaroslava Mahuchikh


2.01 metresEleanor Patterson (AUS)1.99mNicola Olyslagers(AUS)1.99m

Men's pole vault

Sweden'sworld record holder Mondo Duplantis made it back-to-back world titles. Ernest John Obiena was the only other vaulter to clear six metres this season heading into the competition and did so again as bronze was shared by Kurtis Marschall and Christopher Nilsen.

Men's pole vaultMondo Duplantis (SWE)6.10mErnest John Obiena (PHI)6.00m (=AR)Kurtis Marschall (AUS)/Christopher Nilsen (USA)5.95m (=PB/=SB)

Women's pole vault

It all depended on which Katie Moon turned up. The US Olympic and world champion had registered four of the top six jumps in the world this year but had also been beaten three times ahead of this event. This time she had to settle for sharing the gold with Nina Kennedy after both succeeded at 4.90m.

Women's pole vaultNina Kennedy (AUS)4.90m (WL)Katie Moon (USA)4.90m (WL)Wilma Murto (FIN)4.80m (SB)

Men's long jump

Greece's Miltiadis Tentoglou jumped a season best 8.52m to scoop gold, just two centimetres ahead of silver medalist Wayne Pinnock.

Men's long jumpMiltiadis Tentoglou (GRE)8.52m (SB)Wayne Pinnock (JAM)8.50mTajayGayle (JAM)8.27m (SB)

Women's long jump

World and Olympic champion Malaika Mihambo was absent through injury, which allowed Serbia's Ivana Vuelta to scoop gold as the only jumper to go beyond seven metres.

Women's long jumpIvana Vuleta (SRB)7.14mTara Davis-Woodhall (USA)6.91mAlina Rotaru-Kottmann (ROU)6.88m

Men's triple jump

The late withdrawal of reigning champion Pedro Pablo Richards threw this one wide open, as Burkina Faso's Fabrice Zango Hugues claimed gold just ahead of Cuban duo Lazaro Martinez and Cristian Napoles in a closely-fought competition.

Men's triple jumpFabrice Zango (BUR)17.64mLazaro Martinez (CUB)17.41mCristian Napoles (CUB)17.40m

Women's triple jump

The great Yulimar Rojas made it four in a row and has now won every global major championship since 2017.

Women's triple jumpYulimar Rojas (VEN)15.08mMarya Bekh-Romanchuk (UKR)15.00m (SB)Leyanis Perez Hernandez (CUB)14.96m

Men's shot put

The heats and final in the men's shot each took place on the first day of competition. America's Ryan Crouser retained his title with a championship record.

Men's shot putRyan Crouser (USA)23.51m (CR)Leonardo Fabbri (ITA)22.34m (PB)Joe Kovacs22.12m

Women's shot put

Defending champion Chase Ealey secured back-to-back titles with a huge season's best throw. Canada's Sarah Mitton and China's Lijiao Gong rounded out the medals.

Women's shot putChase Ealey (USA)20.43m (SB)Sarah Mitton (CAN)20.08m (SB)Lijiao Gong (CHN)19.69m

Men's discus

World champion Kristjan Ceh, European champion Mykolas Alenka and Olympic champion Daniel Stahl locked horns in heavyweight tussle through the competition, with the Swede throwing longest – a Championship record 71.45m to claim gold.

Men's discusDaniel Stahl71.45mKristjan Ceh70.02mMykolas Alenka68.85m

Women's discus

Olympic champion Valarie Allman was stunned by her United States teammate Laulauga Tausaga, who obliterated her personal best by more than four metres to take gold with a throw of 69.49m. Allman took silver ahead of the defending champion Bin Feng.

Women's discusLaulauga Tausaga (USA)69.49m (PB)Valarie Allman (USA)69.23mBin Feng (CHN)68.20m

Men's javelin

Jakub Vadlejch has the world's best throw (89.51m) in 2023 and will look to continue the Czech Republic's fine tradition in the javelin. Men's qualification takes place on Friday, with a slot in the concluding session onSunday, August 27for the final.

Men's javelinNeeraj Chopra (IND)88.17mArshad Nadeem (PAK) 87.82m SBJakub Vadlejch (CZE)86.67m

Women's javelin

Australia's double world champion Kelsey Lee-Barber arrived in Budapest looking to make it three in a row but finished in seventh as Japan's Haruka Kitagichi, who had the longest throw in the world this year with 67.04m, won ahead of Colombia's Flor Ruiz.

Women's javelinHaruka Kitagichi (JAP)66.73Flor Denis Ruiz Hurtado (COL)65.47 (AR)Mackenzie Little (AUS)63.38

Men's hammer

Poland's Pawel Fajdek was seeking to win a sixth successive gold, a run that goes back to 2013, but could only settle for fourth. Compatriot Wojciech Nowicki beat him to Olympic gold in Tokyo and came second here but was just shy of Ethan Katzberg's gold-winning throw of 81.25m.

Men's hammerEthan Katzberg (CAN)81.25m (NR)Wojciech Nowiki (POL)81.02mBence Halasz (Hun)80.82m (SB)

Women's hammer

Canada's Camryn Rogers was among the favourites heading into the final and deliver with an impressive showing of 77.22m

Women's hammerCamryn Rogers (CAN)77.22mJanee' Kassanavoid (USA)76.36mDeAnna Price (USA)75.41m


Olympic champion Damian Warner now has four world championship medals without claiming gold after being beaten into second place by fellow CanadianPierce LePage. Lindon Victor of Grenada produced a late charge to take bronze,

DecathlonPierce LePage (CAN)8909Damian Warner (CAN)8804Lindon Victor (GRN)8756


Nafissatou Thiam, the dominant heptathlon force of this era was laid low with an Achilles injury, while Poland's Adrianna Sulek is pregnant and sitting out until 2024. The United States' 22-year-old hope Anna Hall claimed bronze in Oregon and had to settle for silver this time round.

That meant Great Britain's Katarina Johnson-Thompson took gold to repeat her Doha triumph of 2019.

HeptathlonKatarina Johnson-Thompson (GBR)6740 (SB)Anna Hall (USA)6720Anouk Vetter (NED)6501 (SB)

World Athletics Championships 2023 medal table

1United States128929
7Great Britain & NI23510
18Dominican Republic1001
18Burkina Faso1001
27British Virgin Islands0101
27Puerto Rico0101
37Czech Republic0022

How to watch the World Athletics Championships 2023

In the UK, the Championships will be shown free-to-air by the BBC across BBC One and BBC Two, with extensive streaming options via BBC iPlayer and the BBC Sport website.

NBC, CNBC and USA Network will broadcast the action in the United States, with streaming options available via Fubo and Peaco*ck.

Fans in Australia can also stay up to date with a free-to-air option thanks to SBS and its SBS Viceland on-demand service.

In Canada, CBC has the rights to the World Championships.

What time are the World Athletics Championships?

Budapest's timezone is GMT+2, meaning it is six hours ahead of Eastern Times in the USA and Canada.

Here's how the Hungarian capital compares to other major territories

Budapest time differentStart time
USAET +6 hrs3:00 p.m. ET
CanadaET +6 hrs3:00 p.m. ET
UKBST +1 hr8:00 p.m. BST
AustraliaAEST -8 hrs5:00 a.m. AEST
IndiaIST -3:30 hrs12:30 a.m. IST
Hong KongHKST -6 hrs3:00 a.m. HKT
MalaysiaMT -6 hrs3:00 a.m. MYT
SingaporeSST -6 hrs3:00 a.m. SGT
New ZealandNZST -6 hrs7:00 a.m. NZDT
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How can I watch the Budapest World Championships 2023? ›

World Athletics Championships Budapest 2023: List of channels. NBC Universal/NBC is set to telecast the event live for US viewers, with some additional coverage available on the USA Network and CNBC. Live streaming will be available on and the NBC Sports app as well as Peaco*ck.

Is the World Championships on TV in 2023? ›

The world track and field championships air live across NBC Universal broadcast and streaming platforms and Peaco*ck from Aug. 19-27 in Budapest. NBC, CNBC and the USA Network combine to air live coverage of each day of the nine-day meet.

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Where to watch World Athletics Championships 2023 live in India. Live streaming of the World Athletics Championships 2023 will be available on the JioCinema app and website in India. The Budapest23 world athletics championships will not be live telecast on any TV channels in India.

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World Athletics Championships 2023 - How to watch on TV and BBC iPlayer and follow all the action across the BBC. From Saturday 19 until Sunday 27 August, the BBC is providing live coverage of the World Athletics Championships 2023 across TV, radio and online.

What channel is Budapest Track on? ›

Those hoping to view the world championships on television will have a trio of options: NBC, CNBC and USA Network will take turns airing the action as it happens from Budapest over the course of the tournament. For those hoping to follow via stream, Peaco*ck and Fubo are the ways to go.

How can I watch European Athletics championships 2023? ›

There will be comprehensive streaming of all four days of the championships on the All-Athletics platform through the European Athletics website which will be accompanied by expert English-language commentary from Phil Minshull and Alex Seftel.

How to watch the UCI World Championships in the USA? ›

USA Cycling announced the 28 athletes representing the United States at the 2024 UCI Cyclocross World Championships that will take place in Tabor, Czech Republic on February 3-4, 2024. You can watch the racing live on FloBikes. You can also follow the live timing and on @USACycling and @UCI_CX.

Where can I watch athletics on TV? ›

BBC SPORT | British Athletics.

How to stream world championships? ›

How To Watch The World Athletics Championship. In the United States, the games will be on NBC networks. That includes NBC's streaming service, Peaco*ck. The games will be broadcast on the NBC family of networks, which include CNBC, USA Network and of course, NBC.

Where can I watch the athletics world championships in 2024? ›

Watch World Athletics Indoor Championships 2024 | Stream free on SBS On Demand.

What time is the women's 200m final in Budapest? ›

23 August11:20Heats
24 August19:45Semi-finals
25 August21:40Final

Is World Athletics Championships on BBC? ›

BBC Sport is airing extensive live coverage from the World Indoor Athletics Championships in Glasgow on BBC2 and iPlayer.

Are the European Athletics Championships on TV? ›

BBC Sport has agreed a new multi-year deal to broadcast the European Athletics Championships up to and including 2027. The deal begins with this month's event in Rome, from 7-12 June, as athletes prepare for the Olympic Games in Paris.

How can I watch world Skating championships 2023? ›

The 2023 World Figure Skating Championships will be held this week, starting Tuesday, March 21 on Peaco*ck, USA Network, and NBC. The event will be live from Saitama Super Arena in Saitama, Japan, so check below to see when events will be shown in the United States.

Where can I watch the World Championships hockey? ›

Watch IIHF World Championship Games on ESPN+

But if you want to watch every single game of the tournament, you'll need ESPN+, as well.

Where can I watch World Cross Country Championships 2023? ›

How to watch World Athletics Cross Country Championships Bathurst 2023
  • Australia - SBS VICELAND, beIN SPORTS 2.
  • Balkan countries - (Bosnia, Croatia, Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Serbia, Slovenia) Arena Sport.
  • Brazil - GLOBO SPORTV2.
  • Canada - CBC.
  • Italy - RAI Sport+ HD.
  • Japan - TBS.
  • Kenya - KBC.
  • New Zealand - Sky Sport.
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