After the defeat against Greece, Setterosa is hunting for the quarterfinals at the World Cup in Fukuoka by challenging New Zealand who finished third in their group with one win and two defeats. Azzurri are very favorites to go and face the USA on Monday 24th. Appointment at 10. First, at 8.30, spotlights on the final of synchronized diving from the 3m springboard where the very young Chiara Pellacani and Matteo Santoro aim to get back on the podium after last year's extraordinary silver in Budapest. The 20-year-old Roman has shown that she is in great shape by already conquering the bronze in the women's synchro test paired with Elena Bertocchi.
Where to see the World Cup on TV and in streaming
The World Swimming Championships in Fukuoka (Japan) are broadcast live on Rai2 and, for a fee, on Sky on the channels Sky Sport Summer (201), Sky Sport Arena (204) and Sky Sport Action (205). In streaming they can be seen for free on RaiPlay or, by subscription, on SkyGo and NOW.
THE PROGRAM OF SATURDAY 22 JULY AND THE ITALIANS IN THE COMPETITION
2.00 WATER POLO - Women's playoffs (13th-16th place): China-Kazakhstan
3.00-4.30 am Artistic swimming Mixed free duet – FINAL
3.30 am WATER POLO - Women's playoffs (13th-16th place): Argentina-Japan
5.30-6.30 AM ARTISTIC SWIMMING - Gala exhibition
7.00 WATER POLO - Women's playoffs (round of 16): Australia-Israel
8.30 am WATER POLO - Women's playoffs (round of 16): France-Spain
8.30-10.00 DIVING - Mixed 3 m springboard synchro: FINAL (Chiara Pellacani and Matteo Santoro)
10.00 WATER POLO - Women's playoffs (round of 16): Italy-New Zealand
11.30 WATER POLO - Women's playoffs (round of 16): South Africa-Canada
11.30-13.00 DIVING - Men's 10 m platform: FINAL (ev. Riccardo Giovannini and Andreas Sargent Larsen)