European Championships Munich 2022: Schedule, athletes, how to watch day ten

A whopping 22 medals are available on the penultimate day of competition at the EM Munich 2022.

One of the most exciting events of the day will be the women’s mountain bike race to win the Tokyo 2020 gold medal Jolanda Neff will be chasing her fifth European singles title. The Swiss faces a strong field of competition, including the defending champion Pauline Ferrand-PrevotFrance’s rising star Loana Lecomte and compatriot – and Olympic champion – Sina Frei.

Multiple world and European champions in the canoe sprint Fernando Pimenta from Portugal will be chasing a medal hat-trick at the Olympic Regatta Center when he competes in the K1 1000m, K1 5000m and K2 1000m finals.

There are eight medals to be won in athletics: The highlight of the evening in the Olympic Stadium is the men’s pole vault final.

Swedish superstar Armand “Mondo” Duplantis will be favorite for another title after recently winning the gold medal and setting a new world record at the World Athletics Championships. The 22-year-old is the reigning European indoor and outdoor champion and his most recent world record in Oregon sailed him to victory with a jump of 6.21m. Will he raise the bar again in Munich?

World and Olympic silver medalist in the women’s 800m Keeley Hodgkinson from Great Britain is looking to add another European crown to her CV after winning indoor gold in Tulun last year.

Three-time European team medalist in the men’s 4 x 400 m relay Matthew Hudson Smith will be looking to get back on the podium with Team GB after Spain set the fastest time in the semi-finals. Great Britain continued the women’s lead while the Dutch star rose Femke Bol will be chasing for more medals with the Dutch relay at this European Championship.

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Day 10 – Saturday 20th August 2022 – Medal Competitions

Artistic gymnastics: men’s team finals

Venue: Olympic Hall

Schedule (All times are in Central European Summer Time. UTC+2):

14:45 – Men’s Team Final

Teams in focus: Great Britain, Germany, Switzerland, Ukraine


Venue: Running track/Olympic Stadium


8:30 20 km Race Walk Men’s Final

10:15 20 km run, women’s final

20:05 Pole Vault Men’s Final

20:15 800m women final

20:25 Javelin throw women’s final

21:15 4x400m relay men final

21:45 Women’s 4 x 400m Relay Final

22:13 Women’s 3000m Steeplechase Final

Athletes in mind: Mondo Duplantis (SWE), Keely Hodgkinson (GBR)

Beach volleyball

Venue: Koenigsplatz


18:30 Women’s Gold Medal Game

Athletes in focus: Svenja Muller-Cinja Tillman (GER)

cycling mountain bike

Venue: Mountain bike cross-country course in the Olympic Park


12:00 Women’s Cross-Country Race

Athletes in focus: Jolanda Neff (SUI), Sina Frei (SUI), Pauline Ferrand-Prevot (FRA), Loana Lecomte (FRA)

Canoe Sprint

Location: Olympic Regatta Center


12:51 Men’s C1 1000m Final A

13:00 Men’s K1 1000m Final A

13:16 Women’s K2 500m Final A

13:30 Women’s C2 500m Final A

13:45 Men’s K4 500m Final A

14:20 Ladies K1 200m Final A

14:28 Men’s C1 200m Final A

14:35 Men’s K2 200m Final A

15:52 Men’s C1 5000m Final A

16:25 Men’s K1 5000m Final A

17:05 Women’s K1 5000m Final A

17:45 Women’s C1 5000m Final A

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Athletes to watch: Martin Fuksa (CZE), Fernando Pimenta (POR), Teresa Portela (POR), Emma Jorgensen (DEN)

This is how you see the EM Munich 2022

For a detailed full schedule of the event, visit the official website here. Please note that the schedule is subject to change.

The event will be available for TV broadcasts and live streams in different regions. More streaming details can be found in the Munich 2022 app.

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