Lausanne Diamond League 2022 - Start Lists

Lausanne Diamond League – Program

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Event schedule for the Athletissima, a 2022 Lausanne Diamond League meeting.

The 2022 Wanda Diamond League continues with the meeting in Lausanne from 25 to 26 August. The event will kick off on Thursday with the men’s pole vault which will be held at the center of Lausanne. The rest of the track and field events will take place at Lausanne Stadium on Friday (25). See the event schedule below.

Event schedule time Central Europe (GMT +2)

25 August 2022

18:00 – CITY EVENT – Pole Vault Men

26 August 2022

18:10 – 800m Men
18:20 – Triple Jump Men
18:20 – 100m B Women Heat III
18:25 – 100m B Women Heat II
18:30 – 100m B Women Heat I
18:40 – 1500m U18/U20 Men
18:50 – 1500m U18/U20 Women
19:00 – 200m Women
19:10 – 400m B Women
19:10 – Pole Vault Women
19:25 – 5x80m Relay Youth Mixed
19:30 – Javelin Throw Men
19:36 – 400m Hurdles Men
19:48 – 1500m Wheelchair Men
20:04 – 400m Hurdles Women
20:10 – High Jump Men
20:12 – 800m Women
20:22 – 110m Hurdles Men
20:33 – 1500m Men
20:40 – Triple Jump Women
20:43 – 3000 women Women
20:59 – 100m Women
21:00 – Shot Put Men
21:06 – 3000m Steeplechase Men
21:23 – 100 Hurdles Women
21:31 – 400m Women
21:42 – 200m Men
21:53 – 4x100m Women

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