The Berlin / Glasgow 2018 European Championships features a compelling 10-day televison schedule.
The 2018 European Championships will take place from Thursday 2 August to Sunday 12 August. The sports competition begins with one day of qualifications on Thursday 2 August with a compelling 10-day television schedule starting Friday 3 August.
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European Championships 2018
Berlin 2018 will showcase the best the sport has to offer on the continent. More than 1,500 athletes from European Athletics’ 51 Member Federations will compete with many European, World and Olympic champions there for the final six, thrilling days of multisport action from 7 to 12 August.
No fewer than 72 sets of medals will be decided across 10 days of competition. Over 1,000 swimmers, divers, open water and synchronised swimmers will compete in Glasgow. Among them are expected to be many of the stars of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games and 2016 European Aquatics Championships.
Cycling will feature on 10 days of the inaugural multi-sport European Championships across Glasgow. With European riders taking 14 of the 18 gold medals on offer in the four cycling disciplines at the Rio Olympic Games 2016, racing in Glasgow is set to be truly world class.
The inaugural multi-sport 2018 European Championships will see the European Golf Team Championships staged for the first time, a tournament to be held on the historic Gleneagles’ PGA Centenary Course, the host venue of the 2014 Ryder Cup.
World-class gymnastics will return to Glasgow in 2018 when the Scottish city stages the 33rd Men’s and 32nd Women’s European Artistic Gymnastics Championships. Around 300 gymnasts from the European Union of Gymnastics’ 50 Member Federations will compete in Glasgow.
The European Rowing Championships are among the oldest pan-continental sporting events and are able to trace their history back to 1893. 17 titles will be up for grabs in 2018 when the event forms part of the inaugural multisport 2018 European Championships.
The three triathlon races at the inaugural multisport European Championships will be held at Glasgow’s Strathclyde Country Park, also the venue for the triathlon during the 2014 Commonwealth Games. Mixed relay will again be on the programme in Glasgow, along with the traditional men’s and women’s individual events.