Hansle Parchment at Birmingham Diamond League
Hansle Parchment at Birmingham Diamond League

How to watch Birmingham Diamond League Live Stream. The Muller British Grand Prix will be held in Birmingham at the renovated Alexander Stadium. Several World leads are expected in the top line-ups.

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Even without the presence of Elaine Thompson-Herah, the Birmingham Diamond League should be a sight to behold.

The women’s 100 is still set to entail Olympic Bronze medalist Shericka Jackson, who is the fastest woman remaining in the race (10.76). Then there’s Bahamian Anthonique Strachan; British athlete and 2019 World Champion in the 200 meters, Dina Asher Smith; American 200-meter Olympic bronze medalist Gabby Thomas and her compatriots, World Indoor 60-meter silver medallist Mikiah Brisco and Cambrea Sturgis who has the fastest season’s best in the field (10.87).

The Men’s 100 meters features USA vs the Caribbean, with everyone but American Trayvon Bromell and British Athlete Adam Gemili having Caribbean heritage, including Yohan Blake, 200-meter Olympic champion Andre Degrasse, Zharnel Hughes, Aaron Brown, Jerome Blake, Nathaniel Mitchell Blake, and Reece Prescod.

Although Bromell’s April 9.75 was wind-aided, he is still the only man in the field who has legally broken 10 seconds this year (9.92)

Natoya Gouole headlines the women’s 800 with the second fastest lifetime best in the field of 1:56.15 after Britain’s Keely Hodgkinson’s 1:55.88.

The men’s 110-meter hurdles features the last two Olympic champions, with Hansel Parchment entering the meet with the fastest time in the field this season (13.15); Omar McLeod comes in with the second best seed time of 13.22 seconds.

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Is a budding freelance Journalist. He worked for news outlets like Capital News Service, a news wire based out of the University of Maryland's Philip Merrill College of Journalism, where he graduated from with a Master's in Journalism. He has an undergraduate degree in communications from Bowie State University, where he served as Deputy Managing Editor for the schools official Newspaper: The Spectrum. He has also contributed to newspapers like The Washington Afro American, Montgomery County Gazette and the Takoma/Silver Spring Voice. Auburn has a strong passion for Athletics, particularly events 800 meters and under( and their corresponding relays).

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