LIVE STREAM: Day 3 of the European Athletics Championships; Kanter to Receive Silver ({{commentsTotal}})


The third 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.

One of the highlights of the day's coverage will be Estonia's Gerd Kanter, who will receive his 10th championship medal in a brief ceremony tonight.

Kanter won a silver in the discus event Wednesday night with a throw of 64.75 meters. German Robert Harting (66.07) will receive the goal medal, and the bronze will go to Poland's Robert Urbanek (63.81). The ceremony will be broadcast on ETV at around 19:30 Estonian time.

Six Estonians are competing today -  Grit Šadeiko and Mari Klaup in the heptathlon, sprinter Marek Niit in the 200-meter run, and javelin throwers Risto Mätas, Tanel Laanmäe and Magnus Kirt.

The schedule today is as following:

* 11:00 to 14:30 (ETV): Women's 20 kilometer race walk, heptathlon 100 meter hurdles and high jump, men's pole vault and men's hammer qualifications, women's 200 meters, men's 200 meters and first round of the women's 5,000 meters run.

*18.45 to 21.00 (ETV): men's javelin qualification, women's 400 meter hurdles, women's 800 meters, men's 110 meter hurdles, women's 200 meters semi-finals, women's pole vault final, and women's heptathlon discus.

* 21.00 to 23.00 (ETV2): women's pole vault final, women's 200 meters semi-finals, men's 200 meter semi-finals, decathlon shot put, men's triple jump finals, women's javelin final, men's 3,000 meter steeplechase final, decathlon 200 meters, men's 110 meters hurdles final.

You can watch the events live below:




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