In road cycling, two-time defending world champion Filippo Ganna will start as the favourite in the men's individual time trial taking place on a 24km- loop around Furstenfeldbruck.
A lot of track and field stars from the recent World athletics championships in Oregon will be in action in the evening at the Olympiastadion: from Olympic champion Pedro Pichardo in the triple jump to world bronze medallist Matthew Hudson-Smith in the men's 400m event.
All eyes in the women's one-lap race will be on world silver medallist Femke Bol, who's bidding for a historic double over the 400m flat and hurdles.
In the men's 110m hurdles Spain's world medallist Asier Martinez will face up against U20 world champion - and up-and-coming French star - Sasha Zhoya.
Day 7 – Wednesday 17 August 2022 - Medal events
Schedule (All times are in Central European Summer Time. UTC+2):
20:00 Pole Vault Women’s Final
20:15 Triple Jump Men’s Final
21:00 Hammer Throw Women’s Final
21:43 400m Men’s Final
22:02 400m Women’s Final
22:22 110 Hurdles Men’s Final
Athletes to watch: Pedro Pichardo (POR), Matthew Hudson-Smith (GBR), Asier Martinez (ESP), Sasha Zhoya (FRA), Femke Bol (NED)
Cycling road: Individual Time Trial events
Venue: Furstenfeldbruck-Furstenfeldbruck (24km)
14:00 Women's Individual Time Trial
17:30 Men's Individual Time Trial
Athletes to watch: Yves Lampaert (BEL), Filippo Ganna (ITA)
15:00 Women's Boulder & Lead Final: Boulder round
17:00 Women's Boulder & Lead Final: Lead round
Athletes to watch: Janja Garnbret (SLO), Jessica Pilz (AUT), Mia Krampl (SLO)
How to watch the European Championships Munich 2022
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