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English takes on Rudisha in Ostrava as Bolt set to blast 200m; Live stream

Mark English will take on the world’s best over 600m at 6:30pm this evening at the Golden Spike meeting in Ostrava, Czech Republic.

English will toe the line alongside Kenya’s 800m world record holder David Rudisha and European 800m champion Adam Kszczot.

Eurosport 2 will show a 90-minute highlights show at 9pm tonight.

Usain Bolt will race over 200m at 6:50pm.

Start lists for the 600m and 200m and timetable are below.

LIVE STREAM HERE:  Start list – 600 Metres Men Final

Order  Athlete Nation PB SB
1 BUBE Andreas DEN 1:16.15
2 LANGFORD Kyle GBR 1:16.30
3 KUCIAPSKI Artur POL 1:16.28
4 ENGLISH Mark IRL
5 RUDISHA David KEN 1:13.71
6 KSZCZOT Adam POL 1:14.55
7 REPČÍK Jozef SVK 1:17.83
8 TESAŘ Jan CZE
8 LEARMONTH Guy GBR 1:17.13

 

Image courtesy of PhotoRun
Image courtesy of PhotoRun
Start list – 200 Metres Men Final
Order  Athlete Nation PB SB
1 JIRKA Jan CZE 20.93 20.93
2 SERIBE Pako BOT 20.17 20.17
3 MORRIS Joe USA 20.43 20.43
4 NKANATA Carvin KEN 20.14 20.14
5 BOLT Usain JAM 19.19 20.20
6 YOUNG Isiah USA 19.86 20.33
7 TSÁKONAS Lykoúrgos Stéfanos GRE 20.31 20.31
8 ELLINGTON James GBR 20.42 20.49

MAIN PROGRAMME – MEN(26.5.2015) (All times Irish time)

MAIN PROGRAMME – WOMEN(26.5.2015)

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Cathal Dennehy

Cathal Dennehy

Cathal Dennehy is a freelance journalist, a once-serious, now-retired athlete who writes for a number of international publications in the running industry. He has won two sports-writing awards, the Peter Ball Memorial Award in Ireland and the Wills Writing Award in the UK. Nationally, he previously worked for the Sunday Tribune, Irish Runner magazine and has written for the Sunday Independent, Irish Independent, the Guardian and The Independent in Britain. He is a regular contributor to Running Times, Runner's World, RunBlogRun and the IAAF website.
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