April 30, 2015
The 2015 IAAF World Relays Championships take place on Saturday and Sunday nights in the Bahamas. The tv streaming information is listed for you below as well as the nightly schedule. For results go here.
What: 2015 IAAF World Relays
Where: Thomas Robinson Stadium, Nassau, The Bahamas
When: Saturday, May 2 – Sunday, May 3
How to watch:
In USA: Live on Universal Sports Network or streaming on UniversalSports.com from 7 p.m. ET to 10 p.m. ET on Saturday and Sunday. (Sponsored: If you don’t get Universal Sports and would like to get it and BeINTV (great international soccer) and tons of international news via SlingTV, the new cut the cord service, for $10 a month on your computer, phone, ipad or Roku click here. (the $10 service has a free 30 day trial). If you’d like to cut the cord completely and get ESPN, CNN, TNT and Universal and many more (ESPNNews etc) for $25 read at the bottom of this article.
Much of Europe: This message board poster points out the meet is on Eurosport 2.
Rest of World: Much of the World (not the USA) will be able to watch a live stream on the IAAF Youtube channel
|19:00||M||4×400 Metres Relay||Heats|
|19:29||W||4×200 Metres Relay||Heats|
|19:46||M||4×100 Metres Relay||Heats|
|20:09||M||4×800 Metres Relay||Final|
|20:32||W||4×400 Metres Relay||Heats|
|21:02||W||Distance Medley Relay||Final|
|21:29||M||4×100 Metres Relay||Final B|
|21:36||W||4×200 Metres Relay||Final|
|21:52||M||4×100 Metres Relay||Final|
|19:00||M||4×200 Metres Relay||Heats|
|19:20||W||4×100 Metres Relay||Heats|
|19:40||W||4×800 Metres Relay||Final|
|20:02||W||4×400 Metres Relay||Final B|
|20:12||W||4×400 Metres Relay||Final|
|20:31||M||Distance Medley Relay||Final|
|20:57||M||4×400 Metres Relay||Final B|
|21:06||M||4×200 Metres Relay||Final|
|21:23||W||4×100 Metres Relay||Final B|
|21:30||W||4×100 Metres Relay||Final|
|21:46||M||4×400 Metres Relay||Final|
We have full coverage of the event in our special section: 2015 IAAF World Relays Championships. There you can find event previews, recaps and post-race interviews as we’ll be onsite in the Bahamas to cover it for you.
The IAAF site dedicated to the event is here.
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