Italian Athletics Indoor Championships 2022 - Live Stream
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Another great edition at the Italian Masters Indoor Championships in Ancona, where about 1400 athletes took part. Twenty-eight new national age group records have been set, but above all four world records. In middle distance events, 95-year-old Antonio Nacca shattered three global marks at 3000m (22:52.15), 1500m (10:55.85) ending with 800m (5:42.52). Female veteran Emma Mazzenga clocked 46.28 at 200m setting the new W85 world best time. Giuseppe Ottaviani, born in 1916, competed in long jump with a 0,77 mark and shared again his passion for athletics with friends.
Among the most notable performances, Davide Raineri stormed to victory in the 1500m to claim M45 national record in 3:59.22, while sprinter Alfonso De Feo impressed at almost 55 years of age running 400m in 53.92 and then completed the one-lap 200m indoor race with an astonishing 24.12. The event from February 22nd to 24th had a full coverage in free live video streaming operated by FIDAL Servizi. It was also a good place for a promotional stand about this year’s European Masters Athletics Championships in Venice, from 5th to 15th September.
Italian Athletics Indoor Championships 2022 live stream, results, schedule, start lists.
The meeting takes place at the indoor track and field arena in Ancona from February 26 to 27.
Italian Athletics will stream the championships live on its YouTube channel. Additionally you can watch Italian championships on Rai Play.
Watch live streaming of the 11° Meeting International Citta’ Di Savona in Italy as Olympic champion Lamont Marcell Jacobs will race in the 100m. Live streaming is on Atletica.tv and Rai Sport.
SAVONA, Italy — Olympic champion Lamont Marcell Jacobs is set to make his 2022 outdoor debut on Wednesday (18) when he comes in the men’s 100 meters at the 11° Meeting International Citta’ Di Savona in Italy.
The meeting, which is part of the 2022 World Athletics Continental Tour – Challenger, will be streamed live on Atletica.tv and you can also follow all the live results and updates here. You can also watch it live on Rai Sport.
The coverage starts at 10:20 am ET for those viewing in the United States.
Jacobs, who enjoyed a very fruitful indoor season, which ended with the World Indoor Championships 60m title in March, was slated to open his outdoor campaign at the Kip Keino Classic Tour meeting in Kenya, earlier this month, but the Italian was forced to withdraw from the meeting with a stomach problem.
On Wednesday, the 27-year-old will race from heat one where he will take on Frenchman Jimmy Vicaut with the hope of advancing to the final.
Jacobs also opened his outdoor season in 2021 at the Savona meeting when he clocked a then-personal best and national record of 9.95 seconds.
He eventually went on to smash that Italian record en route to clocking 9.80 seconds to claim the gold medal at the Olympic Games in Tokyo last summer.
Lorenzo Patta of Italy who ran a PB of 10.13 secs to win last year’s 11° Meeting International Citta’ Di Savona men’s 100m title, returns this year to challenge for the top spot again.
Jacobs didn’t run the final last year.
Matteo Melluzzo of Italy and Arthur Gue Cissé of the Ivory Coast are also back to take part in this year’s meeting, with Mouhamadou Fall of France lining up as well.
Two-time Olympic 4x100m relay bronze medalist Daryll Neita of Great Britain and European Indoor 60m bronze medalist Jamile Samuel from The Netherlands, lead the women’s 100m field.
Salomé Kora of Switzerland who was part of the 4x100m relay team that finished fourth at the 2021 Tokyo Olympics, is also on the starting list for the women’s 100m.
Neita will also contest the 200m, along with Samuel and Olympic 400m silver medalist Marileidy Paulino from the Dominican Republic who is coming off an impressive win over a strong field over 400m at the Doha Diamond League meeting earlier this month.
Elsewhere, three-time European silver medalist Anna Ryzhykova of Ukraine headlines the women’s 400m hurdles field, while Olympic finalist Thea LaFond of Dominica heads the entrants for the women’s triple jump and two-time world champion David Storl leads a strong men’s shot put field.
Re-live updates from Budapest, Hungary, from day three of the swimming action at the Duna Arena on 20 June 2022.
Thomas Ceccon's stunning men's 100m backstroke world record highlighted day three of swimming finals at the 19th FINA World Championship Budapest 2022 in Hungary.
It was a successful night for Italy, with 17-year-old Benedetta Pilato also clinching the women's 100m breaststroke title.
Meanwhile, Katie Ledecky won her 17th world title, putting her just one behind Ryan Lochte for second on the all-time list (Michael Phelps, unsurprisingly, is first), while Regan Smith and David Popovici were the other victors on the day.
Check out the full results from the day's five swimming finals.
Earlier in artistic swimming, Italy's Giorgio Minisini and Lucrezia Ruggiero won the mixed duet technical final while Ukraine triumphed in the women's team free combination.
Olympics.com carried live updates the entire day from Budapest, which you can re-live as they happened below.
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