Peacock to Stream All Events Live Beginning Tomorrow, Friday, March 18
Live Coverage on CNBC this Saturday at 1 p.m. ET and Sunday at Noon ET; Encore Coverage on NBC Saturday at Noon ET
STAMFORD, Conn. – March 17, 2022 – NBC Sports presents coverage of the 2022 World Athletics Indoor Championships from Belgrade, Serbia, this weekend across NBC, CNBC and Peacock.
Peacock will stream all events live beginning tomorrow, Friday, March 18, and CNBC will present live coverage this Saturday at 1 p.m. ET and Sunday at Noon ET. Also on Saturday, CNBC (7 a.m. ET) and NBC (Noon ET) will present encore coverage of Friday’s events.
This weekend’s men’s field is expected to feature Americans Christian Coleman, the world indoor record holder and reigning world indoor champion in the 60m, Tokyo Olympic silver medalist hurdler Grant Holloway, two-time Olympic shot put gold medalist Ryan Crouser, and 2019 800m world champion Donavan Brazier (who is competing in the 4x400m relay this weekend). The women’s field is expected to include Americans Katie Nageotte, who won gold in the pole vault at the Tokyo Olympics, defending indoor pole vault champion Sandi Morris, two-time Olympian and two-time world indoor silver medalist in 800m Ajee Wilson, Tokyo Olympic hurdler Gabbi Cunningham, and more. Also expected to compete are Tokyo Olympic gold medalists Shaunae Miller-Uibo, Mondo Duplantis, Lamont Marcell Jacobs and Jakob Ingebrigtsen.
NBC Sports’ Paul Swangard calls the action alongside analysts four-time Olympic gold medalist Sanya Richards-Ross and 2012 Olympic decathlon silver medalist Trey Hardee.
WORLD ATHLETIC INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIPS:
How to Watch:
- Streaming: All events stream LIVE on Peacock
|Fri., Mar. 18||4:20 a.m. and 12:40 p.m. (LIVE)||Peacock|
|Sat., Mar. 19||4:20 a.m. and 12:40 p.m. (LIVE)||Peacock|
|Sun., Mar. 20||4:55 a.m. and 11:25 a.m. (LIVE)||Peacock|
- TV: NBC, CNBC
|Sat., Mar. 19||7 a.m.||CNBC|
|Sat., Mar. 19||Noon||NBC|
|Sat., Mar. 19||1 p.m. (LIVE)||CNBC|
|Sun., Mar. 20||Noon (LIVE)||CNBC|
- Play-by-play: Paul Swangard
- Analysts: four-time Olympic gold medalist Sanya Richards-Ross and 2012 Olympic decathlon silver medalist Trey Hardee