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World Athletics Championships Day 1: Ghana's sprinters will compete, 100-meter event starts, Allyson

On the opening day of the World Athletics Championships, Ghana's national 100-meter record holder Benjamin Azamati and 200-meter record holder Joseph Paul Amoah will compete for semifinal spots. On the first day of the tournament, preliminary round action for the men's 100m starts at 12:30pm (GMT).

Allyson Felix, who won 18 medals overall at the World Athletics Championships, will compete in her last World Championships.

Despite not being selected for her favorite 400-meter race, the mixed 4x400-meter relay was her discretionary option after trials.

Felix might win her 14th career World Championships gold in the night's final competition.Day 1 will also feature two finals for the 20-kilometer race walks for men and women, which will end at Autzen Stadium.

With reports from the 2022 World Athletics Championships, Joy Sports will keep you informed. The whole day one schedule is listed below.

A morning session's agenda (GMT)

Unless otherwise noted, all competitions will take place at Hayward Field.

• 10:10 - Qualification for the men's high jump

• 10:30 - Qualification B for the men's hammer throw

• Mixed 4x400m relay heats begin at 11:45

• 12:05 - Qualification A for the women's hammer throw

Men's 100-meter preliminary round is at 12:30. The women's 20-kilometer race walk is at 13:10. (Autzen Stadium)

• 13:30 - Qualification B for the women's hammer throw

• 15:10 - Finish of men's 20-kilometer race walk (Autzen Stadium).Schedule for the evening session (GMT)

All competitions will take place at Hayward Field at 17:05 for the women's shot put, 17:15 for the men's 3000m steeplechase, and 17:20 for the women's pole vault.

• 18:00 - Qualification for the men's long jump

Women's 1500m - Heats at 18:10

Men's 100m - Heats at 18:50

Men's shot put is contested at 18:55. The mixed 4x400m relay is contested at 19:50.

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