News : Swimming World Cup 2019 on TV + live stream today: synchronized swimming, 3-meter board and 10-meter diving


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Swimming World Cup 2019 on TV + live stream today: synchronized swimming, 3-meter board and 10-meter diving


At the 2019 World Swimming Championships, the world's best swimmers and water jumpers compete in Gwangju, South Korea. The competitions are divided into open water and pool swimming, water jumping, synchronized swimming and water polo. Fever via TV transmission and Live Stream when 2,623 athletes from 194 countries compete for the World Cup motto "Dive Into Peace" at five venues for the medals. It is also about starting places for the Olympic Games in Tokyo 2020.

Watch the World Cup 2019 in Gwangju in Live-Stream and TV - Here's how it works

water sports-Fans who want to see the swimming highlight of 2019 on TV, look in the tube. The competitions are broadcast but not on TV as usual at Eurosport, ARD or ZDFbut only online.

Transfer of the swimming world championship 2019 only over ZDF-Mediathek and ZDFinfo

From the first splash of water on July 12, 2019 to the last competition on July 28, you can immerse yourself daily in the ZDF media library in the World Swimming Championship. Follow each competition live with the ZDF. More than 70 hours, the second reported online live from South Korea. So you can still cheer at the competitions, see backgrounds and summaries and get to know the swimming stars in interviews. Also reported on Friday, July 26th ZDFinfo live from 12:55 to 15:30.

As a ZDF reporter Sylvia Warnke and Thomas Wark are live for the live, Christian Keller supports the two as a ZDF swimming expert. If you have missed a competition in the live stream, the ZDF keeps you up to date with summaries of all decisions on demand.

We report here on all results and current information on the FINA Swimming World Championship 2019.

Swimming World Championship 2019: Schedule with all disciplines in the ZDF livestream

The schedule table gives you an overview of when which competitions take place and where you can see them live. Click on the link in the last column to get to the ZDF live stream.

date time of day discipline live stream
Saturday, July 13, 2019 6 o'clock Art and diving: Synchronspringen 10 meter tower mixed to the ZDF live stream
8.30 clock Art and gymnastics: 1 meter board women to the ZDF live stream
12.00 clock Synchronized swimming: technical freestyle single to the ZDF live stream
1:45 pm Art and diving: Synchronized jumping 3 meter board men to the ZDF live stream
Sunday, July 14, 2019 8.30 clock Art and Diving: 1 meter board men to the ZDF live stream
12.00 clock Synchronized swimming: Technical freestyle duo to the ZDF live stream
1:45 pm Art and Diving: 10-meter women's synchronous jumping to the ZDF live stream
Monday, July 15, 2019 8:20 Art and Diving: 3-meter women's synchronized jumping to the ZDF live stream
10:00 Synchronized swimming: Technical freestyle duo Mixed to the ZDF live stream
12.00 clock Synchronized swimming: highlight routine to the ZDF live stream
1.30 pm Water Polo: Germany - Japan, Men, Preliminary Round to the ZDF live stream
1:45 pm Art and diving: Synchronized jumping 10 meter tower men to the ZDF live stream
Tuesday, July 16, 2019 12.00 clock Synchronized swimming: Technical freestyle team to the ZDF live stream
1:45 pm Art and Diving: 3 meter board / 10 meter tower Team Event to the ZDF live stream
Wednesday, July 17, 2019 10.50 clock Water Polo: Germany - Brazil, Men, Preliminary Round to the ZDF live stream
12.00 clock Synchronized swimming: free freestyle single to the ZDF live stream
1:45 pm Art and Diving: 10 meter tower women to the ZDF live stream
Thursday, July 18, 2019 12.00 clock Synchronized swimming: free freestyle duo to the ZDF live stream
1:45 pm Art and Diving: 3 meter board men to the ZDF live stream
Friday, July 19, 2019 5.30 clock Water Polo, Germany-Italy, Men, Preliminary Round to the ZDF live stream
12.00 clock Synchronized swimming, team free skating to the ZDF live stream
1:45 pm Art and dive jumping, 3 meter board women to the ZDF live stream
Saturday, July 20, 2019 8.30 clock Art / tower jumping, synchronized jumping 3 meter board Mixed to the ZDF live stream
10:00 Synchronized swimming, mixed duet Free freestyle to the ZDF live stream
12.00 clock Synchronized swimming, free combination to the ZDF live stream
1:45 pm Synchronized swimming, Gala
1:45 pm Art / tower jumping, 10 meter board Men to the ZDF live stream
Sunday, July 21, 2019 13.00 clock

Pool competitions with

400 meters freestyle men / women

4x 100 meter freestyle relay men / women

to the ZDF live stream
Monday, July 22, 2019 3 o'clock Pool competitions, various heats to the ZDF live stream
13.00 clock

Pool competitions, u.a. With

100 meters chest men

200 meters of women

to the ZDF live stream
Tuesday, July 23, 2019 5.00 clock Cliff jumping, women to the ZDF live stream
13.00 clock

Pool competitions, u.a. With

200 meters freestyle men

100 meters breast women

to the ZDF live stream
Wednesday, July 24, 2019 5.00 clock

Cliff jumping, men

to the ZDF live stream
13.00 clock

Pool competitions, u.a. With

800 meters freestyle men

200 meters freestyle women

to the ZDF live stream
Thursday, July 25, 2019 13.00 clock

Pool competitions, u.a. With

200 meters positions men

200 meters butterfly women

to the ZDF live stream
Friday, July 26, 2019 11.30 clock Water Polo, Final Women to the ZDF live stream
12:55

Pool competitions, u.a. With

200 meters chest men

100 meters freestyle women

to the ZDF live stream

ZDFinfo

Saturday, July 27, 2019 11.30 clock Water Polo, Final Men to the ZDF live stream
13.00 clock

Pool competitions, u.a. With

100 meters butterfly men

200 meters back women

to the ZDF live stream
Sunday, July 28, 2019 13.00 clock

Pool competitions, u.a. With

400 meters of positions men

50 meters freestyle women

to the ZDF live stream

Which disciplines are running at this year's World Swimming Championship?

In Gwangju the art and diving jumper and the synchronized swimmer will start on July 12th. Before the 21st of July starts with the pelvis competitions and the cliff jumping, the water polo players compete in a hard competition.

  • Diving (1 meter board, 3 meter board, 10 meter tower)
  • synchronized swimming
  • water polo
  • Pool swimming with breaststroke, layers, freestyle, butterfly in the distances 50 m, 100 m, 200 m and 400 m
  • cliff jumping

The German squad for the swimming World Cup

Beck Swimming (28):

Women: Annika Bruhn (Neckarsulm), Anna Elendt (Darmstadt), Reva Foos (Frankfurt / Main), Isabel Gose (Heidelberg), Franziska Hentke (Magdeburg), Angelina Köhler (Hanover), Sarah Köhler (Magdeburg), Julia Mrozinski (Hamburg ), Marie Pietruschka (Leipzig), Laura Riedemann (Halle / Saale), Jessica Steiger (Gladbeck)

Men: Christian Diener (Potsdam), Christoph Fildebrandt (Saarbrücken), Jacob Heidtmann (Elmshorn), Philip Heintz (Heidelberg), Marco Koch (Frankfurt / Main), Alexander Kunert (Gelnhausen), Marius Kusch (Essen), Rafael Miroslaw (Hamburg ), Max Pilger (Essen), Josha Salchow (Heidelberg), Fabian Schwingenschlögl (Neckarsulm), David Thomasberger (Leipzig), Ruwen Straub (Würzburg), Florian Wellbrock (Magdeburg), Damian Wierling (Essen), Poul Zellmann (Essen), Marius Zobel (Magdeburg)

Open Water Swimming (9):

Women: Leonie Beck (Würzburg), Finnia Wunram (Magdeburg), Lea Boy (Würzburg), Sarah Köhler (Magdeburg)

Men: Sören Meißner (Würzburg), Niklas Frach (Wetzlar), Rob Muffels (Magdeburg), Florian Wellbrock (Magdeburg), Andreas Waschburger (SGG Saar Max Ritter)

water polo (13):

Mateo Cuk (Spandau), Dennis Eidner (Duisburg), Kevin Götz (Hanover), Maurice Youngling (Spandau), Tobias Preuss (Hanover), Julian Real (Hanover), Ben Reibel (Spandau), Marin Restovic (Spandau), Moritz Schenkel (Hanover), Marko Stamm (Spandau), Denis Strelezkij (Spandau), Timo van der Bosch (Ludwigsburg), Lucas Gielen (Spandau)

diving (9):

Women: Lena Hentschel (Berlin), Tina Punzel (Dresden), Maria Kurjo (Berlin), Pauline Pfeif (Berlin), Christina Wassen (Berlin)

Men: Lou Massenberg (Berlin), Patrick Hausding (Berlin), Frithjof Seidel (Berlin), Martin Wolfram (Dresden), Timo Barthel (Dresden), Lars Rüdiger (Berlin)

synchronized swimming (2):

Daniela Reinhard (Munich), Marlene Bojer (Munich)

cliff jumping (1):

Iris Schmidbauer (Munich / Dresden)

What are the German medal chances at the swimming world championship?

The German swimmers want to make the disappointing title fights in 2017 forgotten at the World Championships in South Korean Gwangju and continue the slight upward trend of the European Championship 2018. However, this time too only a few DSV athletes are among the favorites in the pool.

In the pool is long-distance specialist Florian Wellbrock after his European Championship gold medal over 1500 meters probably the biggest hope. Vice World Champion and only German medal winner at the last WC in the pool Franziska Hentke over 200 meters butterfly, breast swimmer Marco Koch and layer ace Philip Heintz can also join in front. The open water swimmers want to attack again after the medalless title fights two years ago - here is the 21-year-old Wellbrock here. The open water aces are also about the Olympia tickets.

In the water sprinters Patrick Hausding is always good for a medal, for the Association are Tokyo starting places the primary goal. The German water polo players are looking forward to their first World Cup participation since 2013. Two German synchronized swimmers want to end the long dry spell next year without German participation in the Olympics and show themselves on the way there at the World Cup.

What else do you need to know about German swimming?

Shortly before the turn of the year 2018/19, the German Swimming Association (DSV) was in a turbulent state. First, President Gabi Dörries resigned last December, just two weeks later announced Chief Coach Henning Lambertz the end of his term at the end of the year. The DSV still does not have a new president, but is looking for a former commission head Christa Thiel. The tasks of the national coach were split. Bernd Berkhahn as team manager and Hannes Vitense as team coach lead the so called team Tokyo 2020.

Swimming World Championship 2019 with Adam Peaty, Katie Ledecke, Caeleb Dressel and other international stars

In Gwangju, the Who's Who of the international swimming scene meets. So wants the world record holder and world best year over 100 meters chest, Adam Peaty, again cause a sensation. Among others, the four-time Olympic champion of Rio de Janeiro, Katie Ledecky, the seven-time world title defender Caeleb Dressel and Lagen-Ass Chase Kalisz are nominated from the USA. The Hungarian veteran Laszlo Cseh and his teammate and multi-talent Katinka Hosszu have also planned launches.

kum / loc / news.de / dpa


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