Riga, host of the World Athletics Road Running Championships (© LOC)
Around 340 athletes – including Olympic and world champions – from some 56 teams will compete in the inaugural World Athletics Road Running Championships Riga 23 on Sunday (1).
Global titles in the road mile, 5km and half marathon are up for grabs in the Latvian capital, as those three distances are contested together at one championships for the first time.
The elite action starts with the women's 5km at 11:50am local time (EEST) and ends with the men's half marathon from 2:15pm. You can keep up to date with the latest on the World Athletics website, its associated platforms, and via a free live stream.
Here's how you can follow it all.
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Where to watch
Coverage of all three distances – the road mile, 5km and half marathon – will be available to watch for free on the World Athletics website.
Registration for Inside Track also gives you access to the live stream.
The road mile and 5km broadcasts will be open to all registered users. Access to the live stream of the half marathon may be subject to broadcast rights restrictions in certain countries.
The list below is subject to change, and some broadcasters may only show highlights coverage, while others will show the event live. Please check your local listings to find out more information.
|Argentina and South America
|Sky Network NZ
|Pan Middle East
|SRG / SSR
|BBC Sport - Red Button, Online and iPlayer
|USA, Puerto Rico and US Virgin Islands
The live stream will be geoblocked in the following territories:
Algeria, Argentina, Australia, Bahrain, Brazil, Chad, China, Djibouti, Egypt, Hungary, Iran, Iraq, Jamaica, Japan, Jordan, Kuwait, Latvia, Lebanon, Libya, Macau, Mauritania, Morocco, New Zealand, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, United States, Yemen