BAUHAUS-galan – one of the best athletics meetings in the world

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

BAUHAUS-galan 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 BAUHAUS-galan 2016 was Ruth Jebet's 9:08.37 at 3000m steeplechase which was a new stadium record. Two months later she won the Olympic title and then destroyed the world record with 8:52.78 in Paris.
Another big performance at BAUHAUS-galan was Kendra Harrison who won 100m hurdles and then went on to break the 28 year old world record when running 12.20 in London.

BAUHAUS-galan's Diamond League events Sunday 18 June 2017

Men: 100m, 400m, 1500m, 3000m steeplechase, 110m hurdles, 400m
hurdles, long jump and discus.
Women: 200m, 800m, high jump, pole vault and discus.

Results BAUHAUS-galan 2016


16 June, 2016

"World Record is coming"

Kendra Harrison narrowly missed the 100m hurdles world record in Eugene earlier this year. But it is only a matter of time she said today: “It feels...
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25 May, 2016

The Comeback Duel: Kallur vs Pearson

BAUHAUS-galan on 16 June will be hosting a great comeback duel. Former European Champion, Susanna Kallur, will appear in her first race over 100...
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19 May, 2016

Time for revenge – Stockholm success beckoning for Lavillenie

16 June is the Date of Revenge. The world’s leading pole vaulter heads back to Stockholm where the Stadium Record is from the past millennium. Foto:...
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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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