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DAY 2: 20 August, Sunday



One of the most-awaited sessions of the World Championships, including the final of the men's 100m, features on day two. Marcell Jacobs should be the European favourite, but he will have strong US opponents like the defending champion Fred Kerley. Also watch out for Botswana's world U20 record-holder Letsile Tebogo, who could make a breakthrough to become one of the world's top sprinters in Budapest. And don’t forget Noah Lyles, who is planning to run 9.65. 


Bence Halasz in the men’s hammer throw final could create the most important Hungarian moment of the World Championships. Polish fans should also have the chance to cheer for Pawel Fajdek and Wojciech Nowicki. We will also see Anna Hall, who is chasing her first world title and the incredible 7000 points. 


In the women's long jump final, Serbia's Ivana Vuleta, Nigeria’s Ese Brume, Ukraine's Maryna Bekh-Romanchuk, UK’s Jazmin Sawyers and Italy’s Larissa Iapichino.


Jakob Ingebrigtsen is on the stage in the heats of the Men’s 1500 metres. Joshua Cheptegei and Selemon Barega could make an unforgettable night to Uganda and Ethiopia with an extraordinary duel in the 10,000m final.


With the 100m, 1500m and 10,000m all on the programme, the best sprinters, middle distance runners and distance runners will all be on the track.


This day, 20 August, is a national holiday in Hungary, the celebration of the founding of the state. To mark the occasion there will be magnificent fireworks display over the Danube from 9pm. As a result, this session will start and finish earlier than on the other evenings.


Leading athletes: 


Men's 100m semifinals and final:
Marcell Jacobs, Olympic champion, world indoor champion, European champion • Fred Kerley, world champion, Olympic silver medallist • Letsile Tebogo, two-time world U20 champion • Noah Lyles, the title holder of the Men’s 200 metres with a 9.86 PB in the 100 metres

Women’s long jump final:
Ivana Vuleta, two-time world indoor champion, two-time European champion • Maryna Bekh-Romanchuk, world and European silver medallist • Ese Brume, world and Olympic medallist • Jazmin Sawyers, European indoor champion • Larisa Iapichino, European indoor silver medallist

Women's 1500m semifinals:
Faith Kipyegon, two-time Olympic and two-time world champion • Gudaf Tsegay, world 5000m champion, 1500m silver medallist • Laura Muir, Olympic and world medallist, two-time European champion


Men's 1500m semifinals:
Jakob Ingebrigtsen, Olympic champion, two-time European champion, world silver medallist • Timothy Cheruiyot, 2019 world champion, Olympic silver medallist


Men’s hammer throw final:
Pawel Fajdek, five-time world champion, European champion • Wojciech Nowicki, Olympic champion, two-time European champion • Mykhaylo Kokhan, European U23, U20 and U18 gold medallist • Bence Halász, world bronze medallist, European silver and bronze medallist


Heptathlon 800m:
Anouk Vetter, Olympic and world silver medallist • Anna Hall, world bronze medallist

Men's 10,000m final:
Joshua Cheptegei, two-time world champion world record-holder • Selemon Barega, Olympic champion



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