LIVE STREAM: Day 2 of the European Athletics Championships ({{commentsTotal}})


The second day of the European Athletics Championships, which are held every other year, begins today at 11:00 (GMT +2), and ETV and ETV2 are carrying the competition live throughout.

Their coverage will be streamed for all viewers, regardless of location, starting at 10:55.

The schedule today is as following (if you're interested in specific Estonian athletes, see this article):

* 11:00 to 14:00 (ETV): men's 20 kilometer race walk, the decathlon 110 meter hurdles and discus throw, the men's high jump qualification, women's 400m hurdles, the men's 10 meter hurdles, and the first round of the 800 meter women's race.

* 15:00 to 17:00 (ETV): the decathlon pole vault, the women's hammer qualifications.

* 18:50 to 21:00 (ETV): the decathlon javelin competition, the men's 400 meter hurdles, the women's 100 meter race, the men's 400 meters, the women's 400 meters, the men's 100 meter semifinal, the women's triple jump qualification, and the men's 10,000 meter finals.

* 21:00 to 21:30 (ETV2): the men's 10,000 meter finals, and the finals of the women's long jump.

* 21:30 to 23:00 ETV: the women's long jump finals, the final of the women's 100 meters, the men's discus final, the decathlon 1,500 meters, the men's 800 meters semifinal, the women's 100 meters hurdles final, the men's 100 meters finals.

You can watch the events live below:




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