The two-day schedule for the London hosted Athletics World Cup has been announced today (March 14).

Taking place on the weekend of 14-15 July at the London Stadium, the Athletics World Cup will feature track events from 100m through to the 1500m, 4x100m and 4x400m relays, as well as all eight field events.

The two evening sessions will feature a split of eight field events and nine track events, with each evening building to finish with the relay races.

Joining Great Britain & NI, USA and Jamaica in the eight-nation head-to-head points-scoring system, are Poland, China, Germany, France and South Africa.

As previously discussed on Fast Running, the Athletics World Cup will not feature any longer track distances than 1500m.

Saturday’s session will begin with female field events, before the action on the track features a multitude of sprints, hurdles and middle-distance races, with the men’s 4x100m and women’s 4x400m bring the session to a close.

Set to decide who takes home the Athletics World Cup trophy, the eight nations’ bid to continue scoring maximum points will pick back up at pace on Sunday.

The Cup is set to conclude with the men’s 100m and 4x400m and women’s 4x100m, following which the winning nation will be presented with the Athletics World Cup trophy.

Timings for the Athletics World Cup will be confirmed in due course, with each session expected to run from 7-10pm.