Mar 6, 2014, 10:28 AM EDT
The World Indoor Track and Field Championships begin Friday in Sopot, Poland, which is six hours ahead of Eastern Time.
Universal Sports will provide live online coverage here and taped TV highlights for the meet that runs through Sunday.
The World Indoor Championships field includes U.S. Olympic champions Ashton Eaton (heptathlon) and Jenn Suhr (pole vault), Olympic medalist Bernard Lagat (3000m), defending world champion Ryan Whiting (shot put) and rising sprinter Marvin Bracy (60m), among others.
The international field is highlighted by Olympic champions Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce and Veronica Campbell-Brown of Jamaica (60m) and Sally Pearson of Australia (60m hurdles).
The full event-by-event schedule is here. The daily broadcast schedule with key events is below:
|Date||Time (ET)||Session||Key Events|
|Friday||4 a.m. (live online)||Day||400m heats, Heptathlon, Pentathlon|
|Friday||11:15 a.m. (live online)||Evening||400m semis, MShot Put final, Heptathlon, Pentathlon|
|Friday||8 p.m. (TV)||Evening||Day 1 Highlights|
|Saturday||4 a.m. (live online)||Day||M60m hurdles heats, Heptathlon|
|Saturday||12 p.m. (live online)||Evening||M60m, W60m hurdles finals, Heptathlon|
|Saturday||8 p.m. (TV)||Evening||Day 2 Highlights|
|Sunday||9:50 a.m. (live online)||Evening||WPole Vault, M3000m, W60m finals|
|Sunday||8 p.m. (TV)||Evening||Day 3 Highlights|
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