At what time and on what channels to follow the tests? All competition program in Eugene

For the first time in its history, the United States will host the World Athletics Championships. And not just anywhere, since at Hayward Field in Eugene (Oregon), the city that is considered the capital of American athletics, the best athletes on the planet will gather from Friday, July 15 to Sunday, July 24.

In total, 24 activities for men and women have been identified. Among the highlights are, of course, the 100m, 200m, 4x100m, the pole vault competition with Armand Duplantis and Renaud Lavillenie in particular, but also the very fast 400m hurdles for both men and women. The French team sent a delegation of 28 athletes, including Kevin Mayer, who dreams of gold five years after his coronation in Birmingham in the decathlon, or Melina Robert Michonne.

Where to track Worlds on France Télévisions?

The World Championships in Eugene will be followed entirely on France Télévisions antennas. From July 15 to 25, evenings and nights are held between the France 2, France 3, France 4 and antennas. Every morning, the best moments of the night are broadcast on France 3 channel from 8 in the morning.

On Friday 15 July, France 4 opens ball at 9 pm, until the delivery with France 2 at 12:25 am to end the first day of competition in the United States at 5 am. It’s the same the next day, with France 4 from 9pm to 11pm and France 2 from 2am to 5:05am. The third day of Sunday features the men’s marathon, which is broadcast live on France 3 between 3:10 pm and 5:40 pm. France 4 runs from 8pm to 11pm, France 2 between 2am and 5:05am. Ditto on Monday, July 18, the France 3 Women’s Marathon will live between 3:10pm and 5:50pm.

During the week, every day, France 2 is broadcast live between 2 AM and 5:05 AM (except at night from Wednesday to Thursday from 1:20 AM). On Friday, July 22, in addition to the usual broadcasts, France 4 broadcasts the 35-kilometer women’s march live from 3:15 pm, then starts on Saturday from 9:10 pm to 10 pm, and from 1:05 am to 1 am. : 30 a.m. to send the witness to France 2. On Sunday, July 24, the last day of the competition, France 4 starts fireworks from 3:15 pm to 8 pm, France 3 continues from 9 pm to 11 pm, France closes 2 These worlds live between 2 AM and 5:05 AM. From 8 a.m. to 10:55 a.m., the last rebroadcast of the night’s highlights on France 3.

Program in detail (schedule in France)

Friday 15 July

Qualified men’s and women’s hammer throw, men’s high jump, men’s and women’s shot put, women’s pole vault, men’s long jump.

Men’s 100m Series (3’50), Men’s 3000m Hurdles, Women’s 1500m.

Mixed 4x400m rounds and final (4:50am final).

Women’s and Men’s 20km Walk Final (10:10pm and 12:10am).

Saturday 16th July

Women’s triple jump qualifications for women’s high jump.

Women’s 3000m Hurdles Series, Men’s 110m Hurdles (0 x 25), Men’s 400m Hurdles (22 x 20), Women’s 100m Hurdles (2 x 10), Men’s 1500m Hurdles

Women’s 1500m semi-final (4 hours).

The semi-finals and final of the men’s 100 meters (3 hours, 4 hours, 50 minutes).

Men’s hammer throw finals, women’s 10,000m, women’s shot put, men’s long jump.

Sunday 17 July

Discus throw qualifications for men.

Men’s and Women’s 400m Qualifiers.

The women’s heptathlon (100m hurdles, high jump, shot put, 200m) starts at 7:35 p.m.

The semi-finals and final of the men’s 110m hurdles (2h05 and 4h30).

Men’s Marathon Finals (3:15pm), women’s hammer throw, men’s 10,000m, women’s pole vault, men’s shot put, women’s 100m (4:50am).

Monday 18 July

Women’s discus throw qualifications (2 hours 10 minutes).

Women’s Sevens End (long jump, javelin throw, 800m).

Men’s and Women’s 200m Series (2h 05 and 3h).

Women’s Marathon Finals (3:15 pm), men’s high jump, women’s triple jump, men’s 3000m hurdles (4:20), women’s 1500m (4:50).

Tuesday 19 July

Women’s 400m Hurdles Series (2H and 15).

The men’s and women’s 200m semi-finals (3h05 and 3h50).

Finals for the women’s high jump (2h 40), men’s discus, men’s 1500m (4h 30min), men’s 400m hurdles (4h50m).

Wednesday 20 July

A series of 5,000 million women and 800 million men.

Women’s javelin throwing qualifications.

Women’s 400m hurdles semi-finals (3h 15), men’s and women’s 400m hurdles (3h45 and 4h15).

Women’s discus finals (3:30), women’s 3000m hurdles (4h45).

Thursday July 21

Men’s javelin qualifications, men’s triple jump.

800 million women’s series (2 hours 10 minutes), men’s 5,000 meters.

Men’s 800m semi-final (4 hours).

Women’s and Men’s 200m Finals (4h35 and 4h50).

Friday July 22

Men’s pole vault qualification (2 y 05).

Men’s and Women’s Series 4x100m (2h40 and 3h05).

Women’s 800m semi-finals.

Finals of the women’s 35 km rally (3:15 pm), women’s javelin throw, women’s and men’s 400m (4:15 and 4:35 am), women’s 400m hurdles (4:50 am).

Saturday 23 July

The men’s decathlon (100m, long jump, shot put, high jump, 400m) begins at 6:50 p.m.

Women’s 100m Hurdles (20 x 20), Women’s 4 x 400m Hurdles Series (2 x 10 and 2 x 40).

Finals for men’s triple jump, men’s 800m (3 x 10), women’s 5000m, men’s javelin throw, women’s and men’s 4 x 100m (4 x 30 and 4 x 50).

Sunday 24 July

End of men’s decathlon (110m hurdles, discus, pole vault, javelin throw, 1500m).

Women’s 100m hurdles semi-finals and final (2 hours 05 and 4 hours).

Finals for the men’s 35km walk (3:15pm), men’s pole vault (2:25am), women’s long jump (2:50am), men’s 5000m, women’s 800m (3:35am). ), men’s and women’s 4x400m (4:35 and 4:50).

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