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How To Watch The Diamond League Oslo 2024 / Bislett Games

How To Watch The Diamond League Oslo 2024 / Bislett Games

The Diamond League Oslo 2024 will take place May 30 as the sixth stop of the 15-event Diamond League season. Here’s how to follow the action.

May 29, 2024 by Matt Cannizzaro

The sixth event of the 2024 Diamond League season will bring a selection of the world’s top track and field athletes back across the ocean and into Europe for the first time this year. The event will take place in Oslo, Norway, on May 30.

Since the schedule kicked off April 20, the circuit has been to China (Xiamen, Shanghai), Qatar (Doha), Morocco (Marrakech) and Eugene, Oregon, which hosted the season-ending championship meet in 2023.

The 15-event Diamond League schedule this year will see the athletes continue to cross the globe, with this season’s final event taking place in Brussels, Belgium, on Sept. 13-14. There will be a short break in the schedule for the 2024 Summer Olympics in early August.

The Diamond League Oslo 2024, also known as the Bislett Games, at the Bislett Olympic Stadium, will include a plethora of events, but eight men’s disciplines and six women’s disciplines will count as official Diamond events and help athletes continue collecting points toward the year’s final event in Belgium.

The invitation-only Diamond League brings together the most elite track & field athletes to showcase their skills, earn prize money, collect points toward the season-ending championship event and ultimately elevate the status of athletics across the globe. 

Traditionally, Diamond League competition includes a slate of 16 disciplines, though not every meet features all of them. 

Points accumulated during the first 14 events of the season determine the athletes who advance to the final event, where they compete for more prize money and Diamond League titles.

Just like last week's Diamond League Eugene event, known worldwide as the prestigious Prefontaine Classic, the Oslo stop is a historic two-fer — the long-running Bislett Games/Diamond League Oslo.

The disciplines featured in Oslo in 2024 will be:


  • Pole Vault
  • Triple Jump
  • Discus
  • 100 Meters
  • 400 Meters
  • 1,500 Meters
  • 5,000 Meters
  • 400-Meter Hurdles


  • Discus
  • 200 Meters
  • 400 Meters
  • 800 Meters
  • 3,000 Meters
  • 400-Meter Hurdles

As the Diamond League season rolls along and the 2024 Summer Olympics in Paris get closer, it seems the competition at the Diamond League events is heating up.

The entry list for the Oslo event includes six reigning Olympic champions and a solid representation of athletes ranked among the top 10 in their respective events.

Shericka Jackson (200 meters), Lamont Marcell Jacobs (100 meters), Karsten Warholm (400-meter hurdles), Jacob Ingebrigtsen (1,500 meters), Joshua Cheptegei (5,000 meters) and Daniel Ståhl (discus) are reigning Olympic champions and are expected to defend those titles in Paris.

Jacobs, from Italy, will be joined by a handful of athletes who also have turned in sub-10.00 performances in the 100 meters, including 2022 world champion Fred Kerley of the United States.

Kerley was the runner-up at the 2020 Olympics and is currently ranked No. 5 in the world.

Ingebrigtsen (5,000 meters), Cheptegei (10,000 meters), Warholm (400-meter hurdles), Hugues Fabrice Zango (triple jump), Ståhl (discus), Jackson (200 meters) and Marileidy Paulino (400 meters) all won gold during last year’s World Championships in Budapest.

Ingebrigtsen was the favorite in the Bowerman Mile last weekend at the Prefontaine Classic (Diamond League Eugene 2024), despite being just back from injury, but he was topped by Josh Kerr, who took the win with a British record time of 3:45.34.

Kerr’s mark wasn’t the only record set in Eugene. 

Beatrice Chebet of Kenya set a world record in the 10,000 meters, finishing in 28:54.14. She’s the first woman to finish the race in under 29 minutes and beat the previous record by seven seconds.

To see who’s scheduled to compete in Oslo in 2024, click HERE

How To Watch The Diamond League Oslo / Bislett Games 2024

For audiences in the United States, Peacock will provide live coverage of the one-day event, and the action will get underway at 2:00 p.m. Eastern. It is one of six Diamond League events this year being broadcast on Peacock and/or NBC.

FloTrack will provide results, editorial content and more and will do so for all Diamond League events in 2024.

Starting in 2025, which was announced April 10, FloTrack will be the streaming home of the Diamond League for audiences in the United States and its territories (with the exception of any events being held in the United States).

Read the entire announcement: The Diamond League Is Streaming On FloTrack Starting In 2025

About Bislett Stadium

Bislett Stadium has a history that spans more than a century and has made the venue Norway’s premier facility for a variety of events, especially speed skating and track & field. It also hosted skating events for the 1952 Winter Olympics.

The new, modern version of the stadium was set up to be used primarily for track and field events and meets all of the international standards. 

The conversation about how to modernize the venue began in the mid-1990s, and it took nearly a decade for everyone involved to agree on whether they were going to renovate or build a completely new stadium. 

Bislett Stadium 2.0 opened in 2005 and is frequented by top-tier events, while it also is used by schools, athletics clubs and general training. It’s even used for soccer. The stadium has an indoor running track, special training facilities and a roof. Bislett Stadium has room for more than 15,000 spectators.

The first edition of the Bislett Games was held in 1965 after the merger of three athletics associations. The event first was part of the Golden League, which later was rebranded as the Diamond League in 2010.

Schedule For The Diamond League Oslo / Bislett Games 2024

All times Eastern

  • 11:45 a.m. – 4x100 U18 Mixed
  • 11:55 a.m. – 400 Meters – Men National
  • 12:04 p.m. – 400 Meters – Women National
  • 12:14 p.m. – 800 Meters – Women National
  • 12:24 p.m. – 200 Meters – Men National
  • 12:31 p.m. – Long Jump – Men National
  • 12:34 p.m. – 1,500 Meters – Women National
  • 12:44 p.m. – 1,500 Meters – Men National
  • 12:56 p.m. – 100 Meters – Women National Heat A
  • 1:05 p.m. – 100 Meters – Women National Heat B
  • 1:07 p.m. – *Women’s Discus
  • 1:14 p.m. – Long Jump Final – Men National
  • 1:15 p.m. – *Men’s Pole Vault
  • 1:23 p.m. – 800 Meters – Men National
  • 1:35 p.m. – 100-Meter Hurdles – Women National
  • 1:37 p.m. – Opening Ceremony
  • 1:52 p.m. – 100 Meters – Para Men
  • 2:04 p.m. – *Women’s 400 Meters
  • 2:08 p.m. – *Women’s Discus Final
  • 2:16 p.m. – *Men’s 400 Meters
  • 2:20 p.m. – *Men’s Triple Jump
  • 2:22 p.m. – *Women’s 3,000 Meters 
  • 2:36 p.m. – *Men’s Discus
  • 2:38 p.m. – *Women’s 200 Meters
  • 2:44 p.m. – *Men’s 5,000 Meters
  • 3:04 p.m. – *Men’s 100 Meters
  • 3:11 p.m. – *Women’s 800 Meters
  • 3:18 p.m. – *Men’s Triple Jump Final
  • 3:28 p.m. – *Men’s 400-Meter Hurdles
  • 3:35 p.m. – *Women’s 400-Meter Hurdles
  • 3:41 p.m. – *Men’s Discus Final
  • 3:50 p.m. – *Men’s 1,500 Meters

*Diamond League Event/Points

The order of events for the day and their starting times (local time) can be found HERE.

*The time difference from Oslo to the Eastern Time Zone is six hours.

What Is The Diamond League Schedule For 2024?

The 2024 season, the 15th edition of the Diamond League, got started a little earlier this year, and the overall champions will be determined over two days in Brussels, Belgium. 

The break in the schedule below from late July into late August is due to the 2024 Summer Olympics in Paris. The athletics events there are scheduled to take place Aug. 1-11.

Based on past releases, the schedule for the 2025 season will be announced in late September 2024.

  • April 20 – Xiamen, China
  • April 27 – Shanghai/Suzhou, China
  • May 10 – Doha, Qatar
  • May 19 – Rabat/Marrakech, Morocco
  • May 25 – Eugene, Oregon (USA)
  • May 30 – Oslo, Norway
  • June 2 – Stockholm, Sweden
  • July 7 – Paris
  • July 12 – Monaco
  • July 20 – London
  • Aug. 22 – Lausanne, Switzerland
  • Aug. 25 – Silesia, Poland
  • Aug. 30 – Rome
  • Sept. 5 – Zurich
  • Sept. 13-14 – Brussels, Belgium

FloTrack Is The Streaming Home For Many Track And Field Meets Each Year

Don’t miss all the track and field season action streaming on FloTrack. Check out the FloTrack schedule for more events.

FloTrack Archived Footage

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