LIVE STREAM: Rasmus Mägi Goes For Medal in Day 4 of the European Athletics Championships ({{commentsTotal}})


The fourth day of the European Athletics Championships in Zurich, Switzerland, gets underway today at 11:00 (GMT +2), and ETV and ETV2 are continuing their live coverage.

The day's highlight for Estonia will be Rasmus Mägi competing for a medal in the 400-meter hurdles at 21:52. Mägi set a new Estonian record of 48.54 in the qualifying round.

Estonian shot putter Kätlin Piirimäe has her qualifying throws scheduled for at 11:04. The women's high jump qualification will start at 11.35, with Eleriin Haas (A group) and Grete Udras (B group) competing.

At the women's 3,000 meter steeplechase qualifying round is at noon, with Yekaterina Patjuk in the pack.

The heptathlon long jump will take place at 12:40, with Grit Šadeiko in the B-group and Mari Klaup in the A-group.

The schedule today:

* 11:10 to 14:00 (ETV): men's 50 km race walk, women's shot put, women's high jump, women's discus throw qualification, men's 5,000 meter, women's 3,000 meter steeplechase, first round of the men's 1,500 meter race, heptathlon long jump

* 19:00 to 21:00 (ETV): heptathlon javelin competition, men's 400 meters final, women's 400 meters final, women's 1,500 meter final, men's long jump qualifications, men's high jump final, final of the men's 800 meters

* 21:00 to 23:00 (ETV2): men's long jump qualifications, men's high jump final, men's 800 meters final, women's 200 meters final, women's hammer throw finals, men's 400 meter hurdles final, heptathlon 800 meters, men's 200 meters final.

You can watch the events live below:




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