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World Athletics


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Four more world titles are up for grabs this evening as Sue Barker presents live coverage of day six from Helsinki. With contributions from
Michael Johnson , Colin Jackson and Jonathan Edwards.
4.35 Men's pole vault final
4.40 Men's 5,000m round one
5.25 Women's 200m semi-finals
5.50 Women's 400m hurdles semi-finals
6.00 Men's triple jump final. After elevating himself into the world's elite this summer will Britain's Nathan Douglas be able to secure a championship medal?
6.20 Men's 800m round one
7.10 Women's 100m hurdles final
7.30 Men's 110m hurdles semi-finals
8.05 Men's 200m final. Britain's Christian Malcolm has shown superb form this year, but he faces a formidable American contingent including defending champion John Capel and Olympic 100m and 200m champions Justin Gatlin and Shawn Crawford. INTERACTIVE: digital viewers can access a medals table and a rolling news service during broadcasts only
Live coverage in Sport on 5 at 5.20pm on Radio 5 Live


Unknown: Sue Barker
Unknown: Michael Johnson
Unknown: Colin Jackson
Unknown: Jonathan Edwards.
Unknown: Nathan Douglas
Unknown: John Capel
Unknown: Justin Gatlin
Unknown: Shawn Crawford.

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