Swimming World Championships the program for Tuesday 25 July and where to see them – Corriere.it

Swimming World Championships the program for Tuesday 25 July and where to see them - Corriere.it


Of Arianna Ravelli, sent to Fukuoka

The Italians in the race: Ceccon seeks the gold medal in the 100m backstroke, Quadarella wants the medal in the 1500m. Martinenghi starts the 50m breaststroke, Paltrinieri debuts in the pool in the 800m. Final of the 200 style with the Romanian phenomenon Popovici

Thomas Ceccon’s mustache is always in the foreground in these World Swimming Championships: after the gold in the 50m butterfly, he is looking for an encore that would be historic in the race where he set the world record, the 100m backstroke. Opponents to keep an eye on are the Chinese Xu and the American Murphy who will compete alongside him. Tete Martinenghi also returns to the water in the 50m breaststroke after the silver in the 100m which gassed him; with him Simone Cerasuolo. Simona Quadarella I will try to take the first female medal of these World Championships, in the 1500s: after the American Ledecky, the fight for the podium is wide open.

Yesterday’s races: one gold and one silver Italy, Settebello feat

And finally, Greg is back. Captain Gregorio Paltrinieri he leaves the murky waters of the Momochi Seaside Park basin, from which he managed to extract a silver in the 5km and a gold in the medley relay, and jumps into the pool for the 800m. He had a few days to recover and devote himself to inspiring others, as the role requires (after Scozzoli’s retirement, the grades officially passed to him). Greg gave us a nice speech, especially after the disappointment in the 400m I thought of him and what he had said after the 10km, revealed Marco De Tullio, 21, from Bari, who will join him this morning in the heat.

Where to see them

All the matches will be visible live on free-to-air TV on Rai Due, Rai Sport +HD and for a fee on Sky Sport Summer. Heats at 3.30 am Italian (10.30 am local), semi-finals and finals from 1 pm in Italy (8 pm in Japan).

Batteries at 3.30

50 frog U

Nicol Martinenghi
Simon Cerasuolo
200 freestyle d

No Italian registered
200 butterfly U

Frederick Burdisso
Albert Razzetti
800 U freestyle

Gregorio Paltrinieri
Marco DeTullio

Semi-finals and finals from 1pm

200 freestyle U final

no qualified Italian
1500 freestyle D final

50 breaststroke U semifinal

100 back D final

no qualified Italian
100 backstroke U final

200 freestyle D semifinal

200 butterfly U semifinal

100 breaststroke D final

no Italian

July 24, 2023 (change July 24, 2023 | 20:01)


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