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Swimming, World Championships 2023: Wednesday 26 program and the Azzurri in the race

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Swimming, World Championships 2023: Wednesday 26 program and the Azzurri in the race


Setterosa still dreams after he achieved the feat of knocking out the world champion USA. The final is about to be clinched against the Netherlands at 10 am. In swimming, 5 more finals are set: we start in 13th by supporting Paltrinieri in the 800m. However, the greatest hopes are pinned on Federico Burdisso and Alberto Razzetti, the expected champions of the 200m butterfly, and on Nicolò Martinenghi who is trying to make his point in the 50m breaststroke.
Where to watch the World Cup on TV and in the live broadcast
The Swimming World Championships in Fukuoka (Japan) are broadcast live on Rai2 and, for a fee, on Sky on the Sky Sport Summer (201), Sky Sport Arena (204) and Sky Sport Action (205) channels. While broadcast, they can be watched for free on RaiPlay or, by subscription, on SkyGo and NOW.
Program for Wednesday 26 July and Italians in competition
3.30 – 6.30am Swimming – Heats – 50m backstroke F (Costanza Coconcelli and Margherita Panziera)
To follow the batteries – 100m above sea level (Manuel Frigo and Alessandro Merisi)
Follow-Up Hits – 200m Medley (Alberto Razzetti)
To follow the batteries – 200 m butterfly F.
To follow up on the qualifiers – 4 x 100m medley (Italy relay)
Hours 5.00-6.13 Diving – Women’s Great Heights: Final Rounds 3 & 4 (as Elisa Cosetti)
10.00 Water Polo – Women’s semi-finals: Italy and the Netherlands
11.30 Water Polo – Women’s semi-finals: Australia – Spain
13.00-15.15 Swimming – Final – 800m sl M (as Luca De Tullio and Gregorio Paltrinieri)
To follow the final – 200 m sl F
To follow semi-final – 100m (as Manuel Frigo and Alessandro Merisi)
To follow semi-final – 50m backstroke F (as Costanza Coconcelli and Margherita Panziera)
To follow the final – 200m butterfly M (as Federico Bordisso and Alberto Razzetti)
To follow up on the final – 50m breaststroke M (as Simone Cerasuolo and Nicol Martinenghi)
Followed by the semi-finals – 200m butterfly F.A
To follow semi-final – 200m medley M (as Alberto Razzetti)
To follow up on the final – 4x100m medley (possibly following Italy)

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