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How to watch SEC Championships live stream

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How to watch SEC Championships live stream
SEC Championships

The University of Mississippi will serve as host of the 2022 SEC Southeastern Conference Outdoor Track and Field Championships at the Ole Miss Track & Field Complex on May 12-14, 2022. SEC Championships live stream.

Arkansas swept the 2021 SEC Men’s and Women’s Outdoor Track and Field Championships.

It marked the 20th SEC Championships title for the Arkansas men and the ninth for the Arkansas women.

Live streaming of the SEC Championships will be on ESPN SEC Network plus.

Also, Live Results are available

Day 1 Live Stream

Day 2 Live stream

Day 3 Live stream

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Thursday – 12 MAY 2022

Women Hammer Throw 1:00 PM
Men Decathlon 100 Dash 3:00 PM
Men Hammer Throw 3:15 PM
Women Heptathlon 100 Hurdles 3:20 PM
Men Decathlon Long Jump 3:40 PM
Women Heptathlon High Jump 4:00 PM
Men Decathlon Shot Put 4:40 PM
Men Decathlon High Jump 5:35 PM
Women Heptathlon Shot Put 5:55 PM
Women Heptathlon 200 Dash 6:50 PM
Men Decathlon 400 Dash 7:05 PM
Women Javelin Throw 7:30 PM
Women 800 – Prelims 7:30 PM
Men 800 – Prelims 7:50 PM
Women 200 Dash – Prelims 8:10 PM
Men 200 Dash – Prelims 8:35 PM
Men Javelin Throw 9:00 PM
Women 400 Hurdles – Prelims 9:00 PM
Men 400 Hurdles – Prelims 9:20 PM
Women 10000 9:40 PM
Men 10000 10:20 PM

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