Atlanta City Games Olympic Games 400m champion Steven Gardiner wins big in Doha 2019, wins at Blazer Invitational
Steven Gardiner is an Olympic champion sprinter from the Bahamas. He is known for his prowess in the 400 meters event and has achieved notable success on the international stage, including winning the gold medal in the men's 400 meters at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games and Doha 2019 World Championships.

ATLANTA — The Adidas Atlanta City Games, scheduled for May 18, 2024, will showcase an impressive array of international talent across various track and field events, with a particularly strong showing from Caribbean athletes.

In the men’s long jump, Jamaica’s Carey McLeod and Bahamian LaQuan Nairn will compete against Italy’s Mattia Furlani and American contenders JuVaughn Harrison and Jarrion Lawson. This event promises to be a thrilling exhibition of airborne prowess.

The men’s 100 meters will see fierce competition with Jamaica’s Ryiem Forde and Jelani Walker facing off against Kenya’s Ferdinand Omanyala, Britain’s Zharnel Hughes, and American sprinters Ronnie Baker, Cravont Charleston, Jaylen Slade, Erriyon Knighton, Udodi Onwuzurike, Terrance Laird, and Kendal Williams.

In the men’s 110-meter hurdles, Jamaica’s Damion Thomas and Rasheem Brown from the Cayman Islands will challenge American stars Grant Holloway, Trey Cunningham, Robert Dunning, Myles Hunter, and Louis Rollins.

The women’s 100 meters features Jamaica’s Ashanti Moore competing against a formidable field including Americans Aleia Hobbs, Mikiah Brisco, Celera Barnes, Anavia Battle, Cambrea Sturgis, Kennedy Blackmon, Tamara Clark, and Germany’s Gina Lückenkemper.

How to watch the Adidas Atlanta City Games Live Stream?

The adidas Atlanta City Games, produced by the Atlanta Track Club and Boston-based Global Athletics & Marketing, Inc., will be shown live for free on both adidas’ YouTube Channel as well as Noah Lyles’ YouTube Channel from 4:45 p.m. to 7:45 p.m. EDT on Saturday, May 18.

Gardiner, Richards, and Van Niekerk Highlight Star-Studded 200m Lineup

The men’s 200 meters will highlight Caribbean sprinting talent with Bahamian Steven Gardiner and Trinidad and Tobago’s Jereem Richards battling Jamaica’s Oblique Seville and Antonio Watson. They will be joined by South Africa’s Wayde van Niekerk, adding an exciting international dimension to the race.

The women’s 100-meter hurdles will be a highly anticipated event with Jamaica’s Ackera Nugent, Yanique Thompson, and Demisha Roswell competing against Nigeria’s Tobi Amusan, Americans Kendra Harrison, Cindy Sember, Kaylah Robinson, and Sharika Nelvis, Canada’s Mariam Abdul-Rashid, and Britain’s Cindy Sember.

Also, the men’s 150 meters will see American Noah Lyles and his brother Josephus Lyles race against Britain’s Zharnel Hughes, Dominican Republic’s Alexander Ogando, and South Africa’s Akani Simbine, promising an exhilarating sprint showdown.


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