Stockholm BAUHAUS Athletics – one of the best athletics meetings in the world

Stockholm BAUHAUS Athletics, held at the historical Stockholm Olympic Stadium, is a leading track and field meeting and the largest annual sporting event in Sweden.

Stockholm BAUHAUS Athletics offers a unique blend of traditional athletics in a small historic arena and a futuristic sports show with a mix of music, sound effects and the latest technology. The result is an atmosphere which has made the meet well known and highly respected all over the world. 83 world records have been set here since 1912 – far more than at any other arena in the world.
One of the highlights at Stockholm BAUHAUS Athletics 2015 was double Olympic and World champion Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce from Jamaica who won 100m in 10.93, only 0.03 from the stadium record. Then she went on to win her third 100m World title.

Stockholm BAUHAUS Athletics' Diamond League events Thursday 16 June 2016
Men: 100m, 800m, 5000m, 400m Hurdles, Pole Vault, Triple Jump, Shot Put and Javelin.
Women: 200m, 400m, 1500m, 3000m Steeplechase, 100m Hurdles, High Jump, Long Jump and Discus.

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12 May, 2016

Genzebe Dibaba returns 
to the home of her World Records

Genzebe Dibaba thrives in the Swedish capital. The IAAF World Athlete of the Year has smashed world records on each of her visits the past three...
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08 March, 2016

100 days till BAUHAUS-galan

There are just over three months to go till BAUHAUS-galan at Stockholm Olympic Stadium – 16 June is the new, earlier position on the calendar for...
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29 July, 2015

Comfortable Victory for Schwanitz in Stockholm City Square

The Stockholm Bauhaus Athletics meeting began this evening with the women’s shot put held in the Kungstradgarden in the city centre, only metres away...
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29 July, 2015

High Expectations for Jumps and Middle Distance Stars

A trio of international stars spoke to the world’s media at the official Stockholm Bauhaus Athletics press conference this afternoon ahead of tomorrow...
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