Watch live streaming from the first ever IAAF World Relays in Nassau, Bahamas on Sunday’s second and final day. The relay festival gives fans a chance to see some of the top nations in the world going head-to-head, while fans will be able to watch live online streaming and TV.
Day one action sat two world records falling with Jamaica, even without world record holder Usain Bolt in the lineup, breaking the men’s 4x200m record and Kenya’s women’s eclipsing the 4x1500m at Nassau’s Thomas A. Robinson Stadium.
Both teams walked home with USD $100, 000 for their efforts for winning and the world record bonus.
Sunday’s final day will action see several other events, including the men’s 4x100m and 4x400m finals, as well as the women’s 4x200m, 4x400m and 4x800m.
A total prize purse of USD $1.4 million is on offer, and the top eight teams in the 4x100m and 4x400m will automatically qualify for the 2015 IAAF World Championships in Beijing.
There will be LIVE TV coverage including Pan-Europe on Eurosport, Pan-Asia on multiple Fox Sports and Star Sports channels, in the USA on Universal Sports, in Brazil on SporTV2, Pan-Middle East on Abu Dhabi Sports Channel 5, and Pan Sub-Saharan Africa on Supersport Channels.
There will also be a mixture of live, highlights and delayed coverage being delivered by Official IAAF Broadcaster TBS in Japan and many other broadcasters across the globe.
The IAAF will also for the first time in its history stream one of its events via the following platforms:
In Europe, the stream is available via http://bit.ly/iaaflive and on the Eurovision Sports Live App:
iOS – http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/eurovision-sports-live/id833505517?mt=8
Furthermore, the IAAF, in partnership with Dentsu, who are the IAAF’s broadcasting partner for the rest of the world, will provide a stream on the “IAAF Magazine” YouTube channel.