Last week was fantastic in the world of athletics. Silesia, Székesfehérvár, Monaco and London - four amazing competitions where the superheroes have already shown what we can expect from them in Budapest. Faith Kipyegon ran her third world record in 2023, and the biggest star of the World Champs’ opening evening on 19 August, shot putter Ryan Crouser threw over 23 metres.
Interest is growing in World Championships tickets. The best seats are running out, so buy your tickets as soon as possible! Don't miss out the opening night on 19 August, when we'll have a special gift for you!
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World record-holder Sydney McLaughlin-Levrone has decided not to compete in the hurdles in Budapest, providing a fresh perspective to witness her brilliance in the 400 meters.
23 August will be huge! Don’t miss one of the most interesting sessions of the World Championships! With Sydney, the two Norwegian superheroes, Jakob Ingebrigtsen and Karsten Warholm will also be in the spotlight on Day 5.
Sydney McLaughlin-Levrone to focus on the 400 metres in Budapest
Get your tickets HERE and cheer on Sydney, Jakob & Karsten on the evening session of 23 August!
The online registration is still open, so don't hesitate! On 27 August experience the atmosphere of the World Athletics Championships Budapest 23 through the eyes of athletes on the marathon route! 2023m and 10km distances, start and finish at the gate of the marathon event of the World Champs on beautiful Heroes' Square!
Budapest 10k Mass Race details and entry HERE
During the 9 days of the World Athletics Championships Budapest 23, there will be a number of superstars aiming to claim multiple gold medals. Here, we are presenting six of them who will fight for the glory in more than one individual event.
Explore Budapest's iconic landmarks HERE
Budapest is always a good idea! But what to do in the magical capital of Hungary when you only have 72 hours? We got you covered with the perfect 3-day itinerary when you visit Budapest for the World Athletics Championships 23!
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Parking is not available around the National Athletics Centre, the best way to reach the stadium is by public transport: e.g. trams 1, 2 and 24, buses 54/55, 223E, 224, H6 (Soroksár) and H7 (csepeli). The main entrance is just a 5-minute walk from the Közvágóhíd stop. You can even arrive to the World Championships by boat! Cyclists and scooter riders should not leave their favourite vehicle at home, but you can also come on foot, by MOL BUBI shared bicycle or by shared car or scooter.