2023 World Cross Country Results
February 16, 2023. Updated February 18, 2023
The world’s greatest footrace – the world cross country championships – took place for the first time in nearly four years on Saturday in Bathurst, Australia (Friday night in the US). Here are the results. *Medal table here
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Results will be posted to the World Athletics website.
Wondering how you can watch the races?
How to Watch – Friday, February 17 (all times ET):
US fans can catch the action live by streaming it on Peacock (we think it may also be on NBCSports.com and the NBC Sports app but aren’t sure). There will be a replay highlight show at 12 noon ET on CNBC.
|Fri., Feb. 17||11:30 p.m.||Peacock (LIVE)|
|Sat., Feb. 18||Noon||CNBC*|
If you live in the rest of the world, World Athletics has this page that describes the coverage in detail. Additionally, many people with the correct IP address can watch it live for free on the World Athletics youtube page. If you need a VPN, use the VPN of LetsRun.com – Nord VPN. Try it out yourself with a 30-day money-back guarantee. It’s only $4.99 a month if you sign up for a year. Click here to try NordVPN for free today.
Additional rights holders are as follows.
|Australia||SBS VICELAND, beIN SPORTS 2|
|Balkan countries (Bosnia, Croatia, Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Serbia, Slovenia)||Arena Sport|
|Italy||RAI Sport+ HD|
|New Zealand||Sky Sport|
|Pan Latin America||TYC Sports|
|Pan Middle East||TBC|
|Sub-Saharan Africa||Supersport (GSL1, LIYU, SSM, VR3, VR3A)|
|Turkey||TRT Spor Yildiriz|
|UK||BBC red button|
More: Full 2023 World XC Coverage including race previews, course tours and on-site interviews.
Want even more 2023 World XC Coverage? We are doing a live preview show from Australia at 11 pm ET on Thursday night: