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European Championships Munich 2022: Preview, schedule, how to watch stars compete

Some of the finest athletes from the ‘Old Continent’ will be in action from 1121 August at the 2022 European Championships in Munich, Germany.

The multi-sport tournament takes place four years after the inaugural edition co-hosted by Berlin and Glasgow, and features nine Olympic sports (in 2018 there were seven): Athletics, Beach Volleyball, Canoe Sprint, Cycling (Track, MTB, BMX freestyle, Road), Gymnastics (Artistic), Rowing, Sport Climbing, Table Tennis and Triathlon.

Several big names are set to put on a show in Munich. Pole vault world record holder Mondo Duplantis, long jump queen Malaika Mihambo, beach volleyball stars Anders Mol and Christian Sorum, sport climbing phenom Janja Garnbret and cycling multi-discipline talent Tom Pidcock are some of the Tokyo 2020 gold medallists headlining the event.

The champs will unite ‘under one roof’ with approximately 4,700 athletes representing about 50 nations and competing for 177 European titles in a total of 12 disciplines.

The European Championships Munich 2022 will be the biggest multi-sport event hosted in Germany since the Bavarian capital staged the 1972 Summer Olympics 50 years ago.

Read on to find the stories to watch from each sport during 11 action-packed days of events.

European Championships Munich 2022: Athletics (15-21 August)

For one week (15-21 August), Europe’s best track and field athletes are going to light up the Olympiastadion, with Munich’s city centre also hosting the marathon and race walking events. This will be the second time Munich has hosted the European Athletics Championships after 2002. There’s bound to be no shortage of entertainment with 1500 athletes to compete in 50 medal events.

Stars to watch in athletics:

Several athletes will be coming to Munich hot on the heels of the 2022 World Athletics Championships in Eugene, Oregon.

Sweden’s pole vault star Mondo Duplantis is expected to be soaring after his world record breaking efforts in America, while Germany’s long jump ace Malaika Mihambo will be aiming to defend her European title. France’s Kevin Mayer has also confirmed he’ll compete in Munich after winning his second world decathlon title.

After a surprise victory over Olympic champion Jakob Ingebrigtsen, newly crowned 1500m world champion Jake Whiteman of Great Britain will be one to watch in the 800m. Fellow Team GB runner Dina Asher-Smith, who claimed 200m bronze in Oregon, will try defend her 100m, 200m, and 4x100m relay titles. Olympic and world silver medallist Keely Hodgkinson will be racing in her first senior European Championships the women’s 800m.

After disappointing outings at the World champs, several athletes will be looking for revenge in Munich including, Olympic champions Marcell Jacobs (100m), Karsten Warholm (400m hurdles) and Gianmarco Tamberi (high jump).

Schedule (50 medal events):

Times are local: Munich, Germany (CEST, which is GMT/UTC+2:00)

Monday 15 August
10:30 Marathon Women’s Final
11:30 Marathon Men’s Final
20:38 Shot Put Women’s Final
20:58 Shot Put Men’s Final
21:48 10000m Women’s Final

Tuesday 16 August
08:30 35km Race Walk Women’s Final
08:30 35km Race Walk Men’s Final
20:27 Long Jump Men’s Final
21:02 Discus Throw Women’s Final
21:08 5000m Men’s Final
21:35 1500m Men’s Decathlon Final
22:15 100m Men’s Final
22:25 100m Women’s Final

Wednesday 17 August
20:00 Pole Vault Women’s Final
20:15 Triple Jump Men’s Final
21:05 Hammer Throw Women’s Final
21:43 400m Men’s Final
22:02 400m Women’s Final
22:22 110 Hurdles Men’s Final

Thursday 18 August
20:05 High Jump Men’s Final
20:10 Hammer Throw Men’s Final
20:58 Long Jump Women’s Final
21:05 1500m Men’s Final
21:25 5000m Women’s Final
21:55 800m Women’s Heptathlon Final

Friday 19 August
20:20 Discus Throw Men’s Final
20:45 1500m Women’s Final
20:55 Triple Jump Women’s Final
21:00 3000m Steeplechase Men’s Final
21:20 200m Men’s Final
21:45 400m Hurdles Women’s Final
22:00 400m Hurdles Men’s Final
22:22 200m Women’s Final

Saturday 20 August
08:30 20km Race Walk Men’s Final
10:15 20km Race Walk Women’s Final
20:05 Pole Vault Men’s Final
20:15 800m Women’s Final
20:25 Javelin Throw Women’s Final
21:15 4x400m Relay Men’s Final
21:45 4x400m Relay Women’s final
22:13 3000m Steeplechase Women’s Final

Sunday 21 August
19:05 High Jump Women’s Final
19:40 800m Men’s Final
19:50 Javelin Throw Men’s Final
20:00 10000m Men’s Final
20:45 100m Hurdles Women’s Final
21:12 4x100m Relay Men’s Final
21:22 4x100m Relay Women’s Final

Schedule subject to change. Full European Championships Munich 2022 athletics schedule here

European Championships Munich 2022: Artistic gymnastics (11-14 August)

The 34th European Women’s Artistic Gymnastics Championships will be held from 11 to 14 August with the 35th edition of the men’s competition taking place the following week from 18 to 21 August, both as part of the Munich 2022 multi-sport event.

A total of 574 artistic gymnasts representing over 30 countries across the senior and junior categories will take the stage at the Olympiahalle of Munich, the venue which also hosted the sport during the 1972 Summer Olympics. The competition will award spots for the upcoming World Championships in Liverpool, UK (29 Oct-6 Nov).

Stars to watch in artistic gymnastics:

Europe’s best gymnasts will battle for team, all-around, and apparatus glory. Tokyo 2020 team bronze medallists Jennifer and Jessica Gadirova, and Alice Kinsella headline a strong British delegation, which also includes 2019 Parallel Bars world champion Joe Fraser. The 2021 world medallists Asia D’Amato and Nicola Bartolini will lead the Italian team, along with three-time Youth Olympics gold medallist Giorgia Villa. Olympic floor champion Artem Dolgopyat of Israel and 2018 European gold medallist on pommel horse Rhys McClenaghan of Ireland will also highlight the tournament, which will see Olympic and world medallist Marcel Nguyen of Germany compete for the last time in his career.

Schedule: (14 medal events)

Times are local: Munich, Germany (CEST) (UTC+2:00)

Thursday 11 August
10:00-19:55 Women’s Individual All-Around Final

Saturday 13 August
14:00-15:40 Women’s Team Final

Sunday 14 August
14:30-17:25 Women’s Individual Apparatus Finals (Vault, Uneven Bars, Balance Beam, Floor Exercise)

Thursday 18 August
10:00-20:00 Men’s Individual All-Around Final

Saturday 19 August
14:45-17:15 Men’s Team Final

Sunday 21 August
13:45-17:25 Men’s Individual Apparatus Finals (Floor Exercise, Pommel Horse, Rings, Vault, Parallel Bars, Horizontal Bar)

European Championships Munich 2022: sport climbing (11-18 August)

From 11-18 August, almost 300 sport climbers from 26 nations will compete in the heart of Munich in eight medal events. For the first time, there will be four events at the European sport climbing championships: boulder, lead, speed, and combination boulder & lead, which will also feature in the next Olympic summer Games at Paris 2024.

The eight-day competition will see Europe’s best go head-to-head in a bid to become European champions. Germany has a thriving climbing community and the event at Konigsplatz iconic square is expected to draw big crowds when the competition gets underway.

Stars to watch in sport climbing:

Be sure to look out for Tokyo 2020 champions Janja Garnbret and Alberto Ginés and bronze medallist Jakob Schubert. Other Olympians such as Adam OndraAlex Megos and the Mawem brothers, Bassa and Mickael, are also looking to impress. In the speed event it’s impossible to look past Poland’s Aleksandra Miroslaw who has had an incredible 2022 season so far. The 28-year-old has won the last three World Cup speed events and set three consecutive world records. Will we see her break 6.53 seconds in Munich?

Schedule: (8 medal events)

Times are local: Munich, Germany (CEST) (UTC+2:00)

Thursday 11 August
10:00 Women’s Lead qualification
11:00 Men’s Boulder qualification

Friday 12 August
10:00 Men’s Lead qualification
11:00 Women’s Boulder qualification

Saturday 13 August
09:00 Women’s Lead semi-final
12:00 Men’s Boulder semi-final
16:00 Women’s Lead final
17:30 Men’s Boulder final

Sunday 14 August
09:00 Women’s Boulder semi-final
12:00 Men’s Lead semi-final
16:00 Women’s Boulder final
18:45 Men’s Lead final

Monday, 15 August
12:30 Women’s Speed qualification
13:45 Men’s Speed qualification
15:30 Women’s Speed final
15:45 Men’s Speed final

Wednesday, 17 August
15:00 Women’s Boulder & Lead final, Boulder round
17:00 Women’s Boulder & Lead final, Lead round

Thursday, 18 August
15:00 Men’s Boulder & Lead final, Boulder round
17:00 Men’s Boulder & Lead final, Lead round

Schedule subject to change. Full European Championships Munich 2022 sport climbing schedule here

European Championships Munich 2022: Cycling (11-21 August)
Four cycling events will be staged in Munich from 11 to 21 August with a total of 770 athletes competing in 30 medal events.

The disciplines are: Track Cycling, BMX freestyle, Mountain Bike Cross-Country (MTB), and Road Cycling.

Track Cycling (11-16 August)
The 2022 UEC European Track championships are the 12th edition of the continental event and several Olympic medallists will be in action ahead of the UCI Track World Championships in Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, France (12-16 October).

11 medal events for both men and women will take place at the Messe Munchen: Individual sprint, Team sprint, Team pursuit, Keirin, Omnium, Madison, 1km time trial, Individual pursuit, Points race, Scratch, Elimination race

Stars to watch in track cycling:
After five-time Olympic champion Laura Kenny pulled out of the event, all eyes will be on two-time Tokyo 2020 champion Harrie Lavreysen: the Dutch rider is chasing more continental accolades to cement the Netherlands’ dominance in the sprint disciplines.

Schedule: (22 medal events)
Times are local: Munich, Germany (CEST) (UTC+2:00)

Friday 12 August
16:30 Women’s Team Pursuit Final
16:45 Men’s Team Pursuit Final
17:19 Women’s Team Sprint Final
17:29 Men’s Team Sprint Final
17:47 Women’s Scratch Race 10km Final
18:15 Men’s Points Race 40km Final

Saturday 13 August
17:58 Women’s Individual Time Trial 500m Final
18:22 Women’s Individual Pursuit Final
19:25 Men’s Individual Pursuit Final
19:46 Women’s Elimination Race Final
20:14 Men’s Scratch Race 15km Final

Sunday 14 August
19:11 Women’s Points Race 25km Final
19:50: Men’s Sprint – Race 1
20:06 Men’s Elimination Race final
20:28: Men’s Sprint – Race 2
20:44: Men’s Sprint – Decider

Monday 15 August
16:41 Men’s Individual Time Trial 1km Final
17:25 Women’s Sprint – Race 1
18:01 Women’s Sprint – Race 2
18:09 Women’s Omnium Points Race 20km
18:41 Women’s Sprint – Decider
18:45 Men’s Omnium Points Race 25km

Tuesday 16 August
16:50 Women’s Madison 30km Final
17:40 Women’s Keirin Final
17:58 Men’s Keirin Final
18:11 Men’s Madison 50km Final

BMX Freestyle (11-13 August)
The 30 best European male and female BMX freestylers are ready to impress not only the audience, but also the judges with their most difficult tricks on the challenging course built on the lawn of the Olympiapark.

Stars to watch in BMX Freestyle:
Switzerland’s Nikita Ducarroz and France’s Anthony Jeanjean are the defending champions respectively in the men’s and women’s class. They will be likely challenged for the title by Tokyo 2020 medallists Charlotte Worthington and Declan Brooks of Team GB. The home favourite in the women’s competition will be 2018 world silver medallist Lara Lessman.

Schedule: (2 medal events)
Times are local: Munich, Germany (CEST) (UTC+2:00)

Friday 12 August
15:15-16:15 Women’s Park Final

Saturday 13 August
19:00-20:00 Men’s Park Final

Medal Moment | Tokyo 2020: Cycling Mountain Bike Cross-Country – T Pidcock (GBR)
Mountain Bike Cross-Country (19-20 August)
Some of the best MTB XCO racers in the world will bike full speed through the iconic Olympic Park to chase the continental crown. Riders will compete around a unique 4.27km course featuring rock gardens, wallrides and bridges. The men’s Elite event has been held since 1989 and annually since 1991, while the women’s Elite race has been taking place since 1992. The event represents a good test ahead of the UCI Mountain Bike World championships in Les Gets, France (24-28 August).

Stars to watch in MTB XCO:
Switzerland’s Lars Forster and France’s Pauline Ferrand-Prevot won the European title last year in Novi Sad, Serbia, just a couple of weeks after the Olympic race in Japan. Tokyo 2020 gold medallists Tom Pidcock of Britain and Swiss star Jolanda Neff, already a four-time European champions, headline the men’s and women’s field, respectively.

Schedule: (2 medal events):
Times are local: Munich, Germany (CEST) (UTC+2:00)

Friday 19 August

17:00-18:40 Men’s race

Saturday 20 August

12:00-13:40 Women’s race

Road Cycling (14, 17, 21 August)
The European Road Cycling Championships have been raced for the Elite category since 2016. Italy won the last four men’s titles, while the Netherlands dominated the women’s road race with five wins in six editions. The men’s race will cover 209.5km, starting from Murnau am Staffelsee, continuing through the picturesque foothills of the Alps and finishing with five final laps in Munich city-centre. The 129.8km women’s course will lead athletes past Lake Ammersee and Lake Starnberg and ends with a challenging 13-kilometre circuit. Europe’s best female and male time triallist will be crowned in Furstenfeldbruck, which will be the start and finish of a 24-kilometre route with an altitude difference of 180m.

Stars to watch in road cycling:
Sonny Colbrelli won’t be able to retain the men’s elite road race title he won in Trento last year. The Italian is waiting to resume racing after suffering a cardiac arrest early this season. Women’s defending champion Ellen van Dijk of the Netherlands is expected to be on the start line following her participation in the Tour de France Femmes. Switzerland dominated the last edition of the men’s and women’s elite time trial with Stefan Kung and Marlen Reusser, respectively.

Schedule: (4 medal events)
Times are local: Munich, Germany (CEST) (UTC+2:00)

Sunday 14 August

10:15-15:30 Men’s Road Race

Wednesday 17 August

14:00-15:30 Women’s Individual Time Trial

17:30-19:00 Men’s Individual Time Trial

Sunday 21 August

11:30-15:00 Women’s Road Race


Mixed Relay Final – Triathlon | Tokyo 2020 Replays
European Championships Munich 2022: Triathlon (12-14 August)
Across three thrilling days of competition, Europe’s best triathletes will go head-to-head in the battle to be crowned European Champion. From 12-14 August, 228 athletes from 29 nations will compete in three medal events: men’s and women’s individual triathlon and the mixed relay. The individual races are standard ‘Olympic’ distance triathlons. They will start with a 1.5km swim in the Olympiasee, followed by a 40km bike leg and a 10km run through and around the Olympiapark.

The mixed relay will follow the same format as in Tokyo 2020 in 2021 when the event made its Olympic debut. The competition features four athletes, two men and two women. Each of them has to swim for 300m, cycle for 6.8km, and run for 2km before tagging a team-mate. The order is always female-male-female-male.

All three races have fan-friendly circuits meaning athletes and teams will have no shortage of crowd support.

Stars to watch in triathlon:
In the women’s elite race, Swiss triathlete Julie Derron will look to defend her title while 2021 runner-up Annika Koch is bound to thrive off the home crowd. France’s Dorian Coninx will try retain his title in the men’s elite race while Spain’s Antonio Serrat will also aim to improve on his silver medal. 2019’s silver and bronze medallists, Portugal’s Joao Pereira and Belgium’s Jelle Geens, will be eyeing the podium again, as they did three years ago in the Netherlands. Tokyo 2020 Olympic champion Kristian Blummenfelt and two-time Olympic champion Alistair Brownlee are not on the start list.

France is the favourite in the mixed relay. The Olympic bronze medallists have three of the four athletes who helped them make the podium in Tokyo: Croninx, Leonie Periault and Cassandre Beaugrand. Olympic champions Great Britain will have a completely different team racing in the mixed relay with the absence of women’s Olympic silver medallist Georgia Taylor-Brown, and men’s Olympic medallists Jonny Brownlee and Alex Yee.

Click here for the full elite men and women start list.

Schedule: (3 medal events)
Times are local: Munich, Germany (CEST) (UTC+2:00)

Friday 12 August
17:15-19:25 Elite Women

Saturday 13 August
16:10-18:00 Elite Men

Sunday 14 August
18:00-19:30 Elite Mixed Relay

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European Championships Munich 2022: Table Tennis (13-21 August)
From 13 to 21 August the best table tennis players of the continent will challenge each other at the historic Rudi-Sedlmayer-Halle, which hosted basketball games at the 1972 Olympics and is now home of the FC Bayern Basketball Team. At stake there are five European titles that have been awarded every two years since 1958: men’s and women’s singles, men’s and women’s doubles and mixed doubles.

Stars to watch in table tennis:
While China and other Asian nations have been dominating international competitions, Germany and Sweden have been the leading nations in Europe. Two years ago in Warsaw it was an all-German final in both the men’s and women’s singles competitions with veteran Timo Boll and Petrissa Solja taking the title after defeating Dimitrij Ovtcharov and Shan Xiaona, respectively. Germany also ruled in the women’s (Solja-Xiaona) and mixed doubles finals (Nina Mittelham-Qiu Dang). On the men’s side watch out in Munich for the Swedish athletes with Mattias Falck and Kristian Karlsson, and Truls Moregardh, who took men’s doubles gold and men’s silver in the last ITTF World Table Tennis Championships in Houston, USA.

Schedule (5 medal events):
Times are local: Munich, Germany (CEST) (UTC+2:00)

Monday 15 August
19:20-20:00 Mixed Doubles Final

Thursday 18 August
18:10-19:00 Men’s Doubles Final
19:00-19:40 Women’s Doubles Final

Sunday 21 August
14:30-15:20 Women’s Singles Final
16:00-16:50 Men’s Singles Final

European Championships Munich 2022: Beach Volleyball (15-21 August)
After 12 years, the Beach Volleyball European Championships will return to Germany. 19 nations will compete for the two titles up for grabs.

Stars to watch in beach volleyball:
Norwegian Olympic champions Anders Mol and Christian Sorum will be looking to add another chapter to their impressive story. The duo hope to make history and claim their fifth consecutive European title. In the women’s competition local fans will be excited to see home favourites Svenja Muller and Cinja Tillman in action. The Germans will be hoping to add to their bronze medal at the 2022 World Championships in Rome earlier this year. Be sure to look out for another local star, Kira Walkenhorst. The 2016 Olympic gold medallist is making the mother of all comebacks and competing internationally for the first time in five years after receiving a wild card.

Schedule: (2 medal events)
Times are local: Munich, Germany (CEST) (UTC+2:00)

Saturday 20 August
11:15-20:00 Women’s Bronze medal match followed by Women’s Gold medal match

Sunday 21 August
11:15-19:00 Men’s Bronze medal match followed by Men’s Gold medal match

Meet Teresa Portela, making canoe sprint history and “living the dream” for Spain since Sydney 2000
European Championships Munich 2022: Canoe (18-21 August)
For the first time, the Olympic Regatta Centre in Munich will host both the European Championships in canoe sprint and rowing. With 41 medal events in canoe and kayak there will be plenty of action to enjoy.

Stars to watch in canoe sprint:
Portuguese Canoe sprint star Fernando Pimenta will be looking to improve on his K1 1000m silver from the last European championships. He will face some stiff competition from 25-year-old Olympic champion Balint Kopasz of Hungary. In the women’s event, Teresa Portela of Spain is also expected to be in action. The 40-year-old has her sights set on Paris 2024 which will be her seventh Games, having finally made the podium at Tokyo 2020 in 2021, winning silver. Poland’s Anna Pulawska and Ukrainian Liudmyla Luzan are two other Olympic medallists who are expected to perform well.

Schedule: (41 medal events)
Times are local: Munich, Germany (CEST) (UTC+2:00)

Friday 19 August
14:22 Men’s K4 1000m Final A
14:31 Women’s K2 1000m Final A
14:47 Men’s C2 1000m Final A
15:02 Women’s C1 500m Final A
15:16 Men’s K1 500m Final A
16:06 Women’s VL3 200m Final A
16:11 Men’s VL3 200m Final A
16:16 Women’s VL2 200m Final A
16:21 Men’s VL2 200m Final A
16:26 Women’s VL1 200m Final A
16:31 Men’s VL1 200m Final A

Saturday 20 August

12:51 Men’s C1 1000m Final A
13:00 Men’s K1 1000m Final A
13:16 Women’s K2 500m Final A
13:30 Women’s C2 500m Final A
13:45 Men’s K4 500m Final A
14:20 Women’s K1 200m Final A
14:28 Men’s C1 200m Final A
14:35 Men’s K2 200m Final A
15:52 Men’s C1 5000m Final A
16:25 Men K1 5000m Final A
17:05 Women’s K1 5000m Final A
17:45 Women’s C1 5000m Final A

Sunday 21 August
09:06 Women’s KL3 200m Final A
09:11 Men’s KL3 200m Final A
09:16 Women’s KL2 200m Final A
09:21 Men’s KL2 200m Final A
09:26 Women’s KL1 200m Final A
09:31 Men’s KL1 200m Final A
11:06 Women’s K1 1000m Final A
11:15 Men’s K2 1000m Final A
11:30 Men’s C1 500m Final A
11:44 Women’s C2 200m Final A
11:58 Men’s C2 200m Final A
12:12 Women’s K2 200m Final A
13:21 Women’s K1 500m Final A
13:29 Men’s C2 500m Final A
13:43 Men’s K2 500m Final A
13:57 Women’s C1 200m Final A
14:11 Men’s K1 200m Final A
14:26 Women’s K4 500m Final A

European Championships Munich 2022: Rowing (11-14 August)
The Munich Olympic Regatta Centre has a long, rich history with rowing. The venue, which will be the battleground for almost 700 athletes competing in 24 medal events, has previously hosted the competition at the Olympic Games in 1972 and the World Rowing Championships in 1981 and 2007. The Olympic-standard course has eight lanes and is 2,000 metres long.

Stars to watch in rowing:
The home crowd will be eager to see their very own Oliver Zeidler in action. The 25-year-old German single sculls rower missed out on the A finals at Tokyo 2020 and will be out for revenge in his hometown. The Sinkovic Brothers are always a team to look out for and now more than ever that they’ve switched boats again. After winning gold in the double sculls at Rio 2016, and gold in the pair at Tokyo 2020, Croatia’s Martin and Valent Sinkovic are now back in the double. The duo still hold the world’s best time in this boat but all eyes will be on them to see if they can get back on top of this stacked boat class including the Dutch and Brits. French reigning Olympic champions Hugo Boucheron and Matthieu Androdias have decided to not participate in the event.

The field is wide open for the women’s singles sculls with reigning European champion Hanna Prakatsen of Russia absent and the retirement of Britain’s Vicky Thornley. There’s an opportunity for Magdalena Lobnig of Austria, and also reigning World Under 23 Champion Alexandra Foester of Germany.

Schedule: (24 medal events)
Times are local: Munich, Germany (CEST) (UTC+2:00)

*PR (Para Rowing), LWT (Lightweight).

Saturday 13 August

10:55 PR1 Single Sculls M Final A
11:09 PR1 Single Sculls W Final A
11:29 LWT Quad. Sculls M Final A
11:44 Pair W Final A
12:01 Pair M Final A
12:16 Four W Final A
12:31 Four M Final A
12:47 Quad. Sculls W Final A
13:03 Quad. Sculls M Final A
13:19 Double Sculls W Final A
13:36 Eight M Final A

Sunday 14 August

11:05 LWT Men’s Pair Final A
11:16 LWT Men’s Single Sculls Final A
11:32 LWT Women’s Single Sculls Final A
11:48 PR2 Mixed Double Sculls Final A
12:05 PR3 Mixed Coxed Four Final A
12:22 LWT Men’s Double Sculls Final A
12:39 LWT Women’s Double Sculls Final A
12:55 Men’s Double Sculls M Final A
13:10 LWT Women’s Quadruple Sculls Final A
13:20 Women’s Single Sculls Final A
13:44 Women’s Eight Final A
14:00 Men’s Single Sculls Final A

How to watch the European Championships Munich 2022:
For a detailed full schedule of the event, check out the official website here. Please note the schedule is subject to change.

The event will be available for television broadcast and livestream coverage in various regions. Further streaming details can be found on the Munich 2022 app.

You can also follow all the action via our social media and on

Credit: International Olympic Committee

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