Diamond League

The Diamond League Is Streaming On FloTrack Starting In 2025

The Diamond League Is Streaming On FloTrack Starting In 2025

Track and field fans in the U.S. and its territories will be able to watch the Diamond League live on FloTrack starting in 2025.

Apr 10, 2024 by Cory Mull

In a major announcement on April 10, FloTrack revealed it will add to its five-star live content schedule by streaming the Wanda Diamond League for U.S. audiences and territories beginning in 2025. 

FloSports, the global sports media company and operator of FloTrack, signed a multi-year media rights agreement with the Wanda Diamond League to distribute the world's very best track and field meets, including events held in London, Monaco, Stockholm and Rome, among others. 

"As a former track athlete, I founded FloSports to cover the sport I love so much," said Mark Floreani, the Chief Executive Officer of FloSports. "To now be the home for the world's preeminent track and field events -- outside of the Olympics -- with Diamond League is near and dear to me.

"This partnership will solidify FloTrack as an essential destination for fans and a platform that can grow the sport through compelling storytelling and unmatched coverage." 

In all, the agreement will include 14 Wanda Diamond League meets with the exception of domestic events held in the U.S. It also allows FloSports to continue to stream World Athletics Continental Tour Gold label events and World Athletics Indoor Tour Gold label events. FloTrack's addition of the Wanda Diamond League strengthens a live programming calendar that already includes some of the best track and field competition across the globe.

The Wanda Diamond League schedule will include the two-day Diamond League Final at the end of the season, which will be held in Zurich, Switzerland in 2025. Winners will receive prize money and a wild card for the World Athletics Championships in Tokyo, Japan. 

"This partnership represents our shared commitment to elevating the profile of track and field, providing fans with unparalleled access to our premier series of events," said Petr Stastny, the Chief Executive Officer of the Wanda Diamond League. "As we continue to celebrate athletic excellence on the global stage, we look forward to inspiring new generations of athletes and fans through this dynamic collaboration." 

Along with its recent acquisition of the Track and Field Results Reporting System (TFRRS), the official home for NCAA rankings and statistics, and MileSplit, a nationwide network for high school track and field coverage, FloSports is a one-stop-shop for the sport's best coverage. 

Ryan Fenton, FloTrack's new general manager of track and field, will oversee the partnership with the Wanda Diamond League. A former steeplechase athlete and distance runner for Clemson University, he's been a vital part of FloSports' growth for 16 years and has managed the site's international partnerships for the past 10 years. 

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