On the last day of the European Championships in Munich on Sunday, August 21st, a total of 35 gold medals in six sports are at stake.
Six artistic gymnastics titles will be awarded in the apparatus finals in the Olympic Hall, with Italy’s world champion among the favourites Nicholas Bartolini (Boden), Britain’s all-around European gold medalist Joe Fraser (vault, parallel bars) and Greece’s Olympic champion Eleftherios Petrounias (rings) .
Two-time world silver medalist in the athletics program Yaroslava Mahuchich is expected to be the woman to beat in the high jump: the Olympic bronze medalist will be aiming for her first continental title as a senior after winning gold in the U18, U20 and U23 categories.
In the men’s 800 meter final Jake Wightman will be looking to add another medal to his trophy cabinet after amassing 1,500 million gold and bronze at both the Worlds and Commonwealth Games. The Scot set the second-best time in the semifinals behind the Spaniard Mariano Garcia.
In beach volleyball, Olympic champion and world champion Anders Mol and Christian Sorum are expected to be in the men’s final as they seek their fifth continental title, while table tennis will crown the new singles European champions.
READ: Anders Mol and Christian Sorum: Our best is yet to come
Day 11 – Sunday 21st August 2022 – Medal Competitions
Artistic Gymnastics: Apparatus Finals
Venue: Olympic Hall
Schedule (All times are in Central European Summer Time. UTC+2):
13:45 Men’s Floor Exercise Final
14:23 Men’s pommel horse final
15:01 men’s rings final
15:39 Men’s vault final
16:18 Men’s Parallel Bars Final
16:57 Men’s high bar final
Athletes to watch: Nicola Bartolini (ITA), Joe Fraser (GBR), Eleftherios Petrounias (GRE), Artem Dolgopyat (ISR)
Cycling road: women’s road race
Venue: Landsberg am Lech-Munich (129.8km)
11:30 Women’s Road Race
Athletes in focus: Elisa Balsamo (ITA), Lorena Wiebes (NED)
Venue: Rudi Sedlmayer
14:30 Gold Medal Match in Women’s Singles
16:00 men’s singles for gold medal
Athletes in focus: Qiu Dang (GER), Shan Xiaona (GER), Sofia Polcanova (AUT)
Venue: Olympic Stadium
19:05 Women’s High Jump Final
19:40 Men’s 800m final
19:50 Javelin Throw Men’s Final
20:00 Men’s 10000m final
20:45 Women’s 100m hurdles final
21:12 4x100m relay men final
21:22 4x100m relay women final
Athletes to watch: Yaroslava Mahuchikh (UKR), Elena Vallortigara (ITA), Jakub Vadlejch (CZE)
Location: Olympic Regatta Center
09:06 Women KL3 200m Final A
09:11 men KL3 200 m final A
09:16 Women KL2 200m Final A
09:21 Men KL2 200m Final A
09:26 Women KL1 200m Final A
09:31 Men 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 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 C1 200m Final A
14:11 Men’s K1 200m Final A
14:26 Women’s K4 500m Final A
Athletes to be seen: Anna Pulawska (POL) Liudmyla Luzan (UKR), Karoline Naja (POL), Danuta Kozak (HUN) Dora Bodonyi (HUN)
17:30 Men’s Gold Medal Game
Athletes in focus: Anders Mol-Christian Sorum (NOR)
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