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How to follow the Jerusalem 2022 European Athletics U18 Championships

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Follow the stars of tomorrow at the Givat Ram Stadium!

The third edition of the Jerusalem 2022 European Athletics U18 Championships from 4-7 July will be streamed live in its entirety with expert English-language commentary through the European Athletics website.

The first session will be streamed live from 8.05am local time (GMT+3) with approximately 36 hours of live coverage across the four days.

Additionally, there will be live results on the European Athletics website as well as comprehensive coverage across European Athletics’ social media channels (Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube).

Monday 4 July

  • Morning session - 8.05am 
  • Evening session - 4.25pm 

Tuesday 5 July

  • Morning session - 7.50am 
  • Evening session - 4.55pm 

Wednesday 6 July

  • Morning session - 7.50am 
  • Evening session - 4.25pm 

Thursday 7 July

  • Morning session - 6.50am 
  • Evening session - 4.25pm

Some restrictions will apply and the stream will be geo-blocked in Bosnia & Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo, the Republic of North Macedonia, Poland, Serbia, Sweden and Slovenia. The evening sessions will also be geo-blocked in Italy. 

Fifteen athletes who hold the world U18 lead in their respective events will be in action at the European Athletics U18 Championships (final entries can be found here) including Serbia’s Angelina Topic who recently equalled the world U18 best with 1.96m in the high jump. 

Athletics European Championship U18 Jerusalem 2022 - Press Conference

The women’s high jump could be one of the highest quality events of the championships with no fewer than four athletes with lifetime bests in excess of 1.90m due to compete, including Johanna Goring from Germany who was fourth at the Tallinn 2021 European Athletics U20 Championships last summer.

Also watch out for the precocious and charismatic Mattia Furlani who is also seeking medals in his age-group after reaching the final in Tallinn last year when he competed against athletes up to three years his senior.

Furlani has improved to 2.16m in the high jump but he also produced a sensational 7.87m long jump at the Italian U18 Championships in his first serious outdoor competition. Furlani has entered both events at the championships. 

Germany’s Jolanda Kallabis is another prospective star of the championships. The multi-talented German leads the 2022 European list in both the 1500m (4:14.08) and 2000m steeplechase (6:23.82) but she will be focusing solely on the latter in Jerusalem where she could face Denmark’s Sofia Thogersen, the silver medallist in the 3000m without the barriers at the European Athletics U20 Championships last year.

And some of Europe’s smaller nations could also make an impact at the championships. Cypriot hammer throwers Iosif Kesidis and Valentina Savva lead the European U18 list in the men’s and women’s hammer respectively and long jumper Brina Likar could challenge for Slovenia’s first ever European U18 gold medal, an event in which she leads the world U18 list with 6.54m.

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