2023 SEC Outdoor Track Championships

The 2023 men’s and Women’s outdoor track and field will soon take over your sports stations. The championships this year are going to be held at Baton Rouge, Louisiana, as LSU hosts from Thursday, May 11th to Saturday, May 13th. Interested, wanting to know more? Well, I have all the juicy gossip for you, where you can watch it if you can’t make it to Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and all of the times and advents! 

Here is the schedule for the advent 

May 11-13 SEC Network+ 

(Eastern Times) 

Thursday- 1-5:30 pm 

6:30-10 pm

Friday-12:30-5:30 pm 

6-9:30 PM

Saturday- 3-4:30 pm

 6-10 pm

LSU has not hosted the championships since 2012.


12:00 PM – Men’s Hammer Throw 

2:15 PM – Women’s Hammer Throw

4:45 PM – Men’s Javelin

6:45 PM – Women’s Javelin


5:30 PM – Men’s 800 Meters 

5:50 PM – Women’s 800 Meters 

6:10 PM – Men’s 200 Meters

6:35 PM – Women’s 200 Meters 

 7:00 PM – Men’s 400 Meter Hurdles 

7:20 PM – Women’s 400 Meter Hurdles 

7:40 PM – Men’s 10,000 Meters 

 8:15 PM – Women’s 10,000 Meters 

SEC Schedule


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