times 13 February, programme, TV, streaming, Italians competing

times 13 February, programme, TV, streaming, Italians competing
times 13 February, programme, TV, streaming, Italians competing

It begins today with the first two rounds of the women’s and men’s competition the World High Diving Championships in Doha. There will certainly be plenty of spectacle, with the women diving from a height of 20 metres, while for the men the platform is set at 27 metres.

There are also three Italians at the start of the competition and the objective is to obtain the best possible placing, perhaps trying to improve the result of six months ago in Fukuoka. In the men’s field there will be nineteen-year-old Andrea Barnabà and 22-year-old Davide Baraldi, with both of them able to aim for an entry into the Top-10.

Among the women, however, it will be the turn of another young woman, 21-year-old Elisa Cosetti, bronze at the 2022 European Championships, who aims to do better than the ninth place obtained in Japan.

The first day of the 2024 World High Diving Championships in Doha (Qatar) it will be broadcast live on RaiSport HD (men’s race) and live streaming on RaiPlay3 (women’s race). OA Sport will offer you LIVE text coverage of the entire program.

WORLD HEIGHT DIVING CHAMPIONSHIP 2024 TODAY

Tuesday 13 February (Italian times)

09.02 Diving from great heights – Rounds 1-2 Women’s competition

12.02 High diving – Rounds 1-2 Men’s competition

AZZURRI IN THE COMPETITION

Tuesday 13 February (Italian times)

09.02 Diving from great heights – Women’s competition (Elisa Cosetti)

12.02 High diving – Men’s competition (Andrea Barnabà, Davide Baraldi)

WORLD HEIGHT DIVING PROGRAM 2024: HOW TO FOLLOW THEM ON TV AND STREAMING

Live: RaiSport HD (only the men’s match)

Live streaming: RaiPlay 3 (only the women’s race)

Live text: OA Sports

 
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