The European Athletics Championships continues on Thursday with the fourth day of competition in Munich. On Wednesday, the delegation took home a very precious gold, achieved by Aser Martinez in the 110-meter hurdles. In this way, Spain is third in the medal table with six medals (two gold, three silver and one bronze), after Germany with eight and the United Kingdom with seven. This is the Thursday of the European Athletics Championships in Munich:
Classification in women’s javelin throw. Arantza Moreno. 09:00.
First round of the 3000 women’s hurdles. Irene Sanchez Escribano, Carolina Robles, Blanca Fernandez. 9:20 am
Women’s long jump heptathlon. Mary Vincent. 9:25 am
The first round of the men’s 800m race. Alvaro de Arriba, Adrian Penn and Mariano Garcia. 10:10 AM
The first round of the women’s 800m race. Marina Martinez and Lucia Benaccio. 10:45 AM
Men’s pole vault classification. 10:40 AM
Men’s 400m hurdles semi-final rounds. Jesus David Delgado. 11:25 AM
Women’s javelin throw in the heptathlon event. Mary Vincent. 11:36 AM
Women’s 400m hurdles semi-final rounds. Sarah Gallego. 11.55 am
200m men’s first round. Daniel Rodriguez. 12:30 pm.
Women’s 200m first round. Lucia Carrillo. 1:05 pm
High jump finish. 8:05 PM
Men’s hammer throw final. Xavier Cienfuegos. 8:10 pm
Men’s 200m semi-final rounds. * Paul Ritamal, Daniel Rodriguez. 8:13 pm
Women’s 200m semi-final rounds. * Paula Seville, Lucia Carrillo. 8:37 pm
Ending the long jump. 8:58 pm
Men’s 1500m final. Mario Garcia Romo, Ignacio Fontes and Gonzalo Garcia. 9:05 pm
Women’s 5000m final. Carla Gallardo, Marta Garcia and Cristina Ruiz. 9:25 pm
How do you see it?
In Spain, RTVE has the right to broadcast the European Athletics Championships, so it can be followed through the Teledeporte channel. In addition, coverage includes several broadcasts on the RTVE Play website, where they can also be followed live.
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