Women’s Track and Field Schedule for the 2018 Summer Games
The track and field events are listed below. Some qualifying events begin July 29. Watch NBC for prime-time coverage. Some of the best athletes are set to compete in one or more events. Here’s a look at the women’s track and field schedule for the 2018 summer games.
NBC will provide prime-time coverage of the olympics
As the Olympics approach, NBCUniversal has confirmed that it will be providing prime-time coverage of the Olympic track and field events. The coverage of the games is expected to include 339 events in 50 different disciplines, including both returning and new sports. The network will cover these events on its website and app and on its network. More than 3,000 hours of coverage will be available for American viewers.
NBC will provide prime-time coverage of both the men’s and women’s track and field events during the Summer Games. The network has a strong presence at the games, with a strong presence for the TODAY show and NBC Nightly News. Both will feature interviews with Olympians and profiles of Team USA athletes.
Letesenbet Gidey will compete in the 10,000 meters
Letesenbet Gidey is a well-known Ethiopian long-distance runner. She was born on 20 March 1998. She won bronze at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics and won the world championships in 2019 and 2022. She is a frequent runner in the 10,000 meters event.
Ethiopian athletes are in high demand to represent their country at the next Olympic Games. She is one of the fastest female athletes in the world and is a world record holder. This means that she has a great chance of making history at the Games.
Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce will compete in the 200-meter race
Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce is one of the greatest sprinters of all time, winning Olympic gold in the 100 meters in 2008. She has won five of the last seven world titles and is the only person to win more than three gold medals in the 100. Her recent success has put Jamaican athletics on the world stage.
A few weeks ago, Fraser-Pryce competed in the Glasgow Grand Prix, where she won a bronze medal. She was also featured in NBC’s Mother’s Day coverage, in which she spoke about her experiences competing in track and field.
Anna Cockrell is a 2021 NCAA 100m and 400m hurdles champion and has been nominated for the 2021 Women of the Year Award. This honor is given to athletes for their accomplishments in athletics, service, leadership, and academics.
Cockrell is a sprinter who specializes in the hurdles. At the time, she was a student at the University of Southern California and was about to compete in the NCAA indoor nationals in Albuquerque, New Mexico. However, it was cancelled due to COVID-19, so Cockrell flew home to L.A. Soon after, she got a call from her college coach. She stayed home, continued training and did not let things get too bad.