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Viewing Guide | Ducks at WCH Oregon22

Jul 15, 2022

Full coverage of the 2022 World Athletics Championships will be presented across NBC networks and digital platforms. NBC Sports will broadcast 43 hours from Eugene with additional coverage on the USA Network and CNBC. The world feed of all competition sessions will also stream live on Peacock.

Oregon22 Welcomes Back 15 Ducks to Eugene

Day 1 - Friday, July 15 | Recap: Homecoming Queens Thrive at Oregon22

Time (PT) Event The Ducks Watch
1:30 p.m. wHammer - qualification Jillian Weir (CAN) Peacock
6:00 p.m. mLong Jump - qualification Tristan James (DMA) Peacock
6:10 p.m. w1500 - heats Jessica Hull (AUS) USA Network

Day 2 - Saturday, July 16 | Recap: Nelson Feels the Love in Hayward Return

Time (PT) Event The Ducks Watch
11:25 a.m. 110m Hurdles - heats Devon Allen (USA) CNBC
5:10 p.m. w100 - heats Kemba Nelson (JAM) CNBC
6:30 p.m. m1500 - heats Johnny Gregorek (USA), Cooper Teare (USA) NBC
7:05 p.m. w1500 - semifinals Jessica Hull (AUS) NBC

Day 3 - Sunday, July 17 | Recap: Sunday Brings Heartbreak at Hayward

Time (PT) Event The Ducks Watch
6:15 a.m. mMarathon Galen Rupp (USA) CNBC
11:35 a.m. wHammer - final Jillian Weir (CAN) Peacock
5:05 p.m. 110m Hurdles - semifinals* Devon Allen (USA) CNBC
5:33 p.m. w100 - semifinals* Kemba Nelson (JAM) CNBC
7:00 p.m. m1500 - semifinals* Johnny Gregorek (USA) NBC
7:30 p.m. 110m Hurdles - finals* Devon Allen (USA) NBC

Day 4 - Monday, July 18 | Recap: Hull Seventh in 1500 Meters

Time (PT) Event The Ducks Watch
6:00 p.m. w200 - heats Jenna Prandini (USA) Peacock
7:50 p.m. w1500 - final* Jessica Hull (AUS) Peacock

Day 5 - Tuesday, July 19 | Recap: Prandini's Run Ends in Semifinals

Time (PT) Event The Ducks Watch
6:05 p.m. w200 - semifinals* Jenna Prandini (USA) Peacock

Day 6 - Wednesday, July 20

Time (PT) Event The Ducks Watch
4:25 p.m. w5,000 - heats Jessica Hull (AUS) - withdrew Peacock

Day 7 - Thursday, July 21 | Recap: Rogers, Ihemeje Advance in Oregon22 Debuts

Time (PT) Event The Ducks Watch
5:10 p.m. w800 - heats Raevyn Rogers (USA) USA Network
6:20 p.m. mTriple Jump - qualification Emmanuel Ihemeje (ITA) Peacock

Day 8 - Friday, July 22 | Recap: Three #ProDucks Advance to World Finals

Time (PT) Event The Ducks Watch
5:40 p.m. w4x100m - heats Kemba Nelson^ (JAM) USA Network
w4x100m - heats Jenna Prandini^ (USA) USA Network
6:05 p.m. m4x100m - heats Kyree King^ (USA) - did not run USA Network
6:35 p.m. w800 - semifinals* Raevyn Rogers (USA) USA Network

Day 9 - Saturday, July 23

Time (PT) Event The Ducks Watch
11:20 a.m. 100m Hurdles - heats Alaysha Johnson (USA) NBC
5:10 p.m. w4x400m - heats Shana Grebo^ (FRA) CNBC
6:00 p.m. mTriple Jump - final Emmanuel Ihemeje (ITA) Peacock
7:30 p.m. w4x100m - final Kemba Nelson^ (JAM) NBC
w4x100m - final Jenna Pradini^ (USA) NBC
7:50 p.m. m4x100m - final Kyree King^ (USA) NBC

Day 10 - Sunday, July 24

Time (PT) Event The Ducks Watch
5:05 p.m. 100m Hurdles - semifinals* Alaysha Johnson (USA) CNBC
6:35 p.m. w800 - final* Raevyn Rogers (USA) NBC
7:00 p.m. 100m Hurdles - final* Alaysha Johnson (USA) NBC
7:50 p.m. w4x400m - final* Shana Grebo^ (FRA) NBC 

* requires advancement | ^ relay pool

Additionally, former UO standout and 2018 Pac-12 champion Sam Prakel was as an alternate for Team USA in the 1500 meters. The above table(s) will be updated throughout the 10-day championships to reflect the latest results.

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