Swimming. At what time and on which TV channel to watch the French championships this Monday, June 17?

After a first day of competition on Sunday June 16, the French swimming championships continue in Chartres this Monday June 17. Program, race schedule, TV broadcast… Here is everything you need to know to follow today’s competitions live at the French swimming championships, while Léon Marchand is expected in the pools.

At what time and on which channel to watch the French swimming championships with Léon Marchand, this Monday, June 17? | PHOTO: FRANCOIS-XAVIER MARIT / AFP


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One day after a frenzied first day of competition, the French swimming championships continue in Chartres, this Monday, June 17. With the entry into the running of one of the main headliners of French swimming: Léon Marchand. Like his friends, the French phenomenon has won the precious minimums for the 2024 Olympic Games (July 26 – August 11). He will be present at two distances this Monday: the 200m freestyle and the 400m medley, for which he holds the world record.

What time to follow the second day of the French swimming championships?

The second day of the French swimming championships will begin with heats at 10 a.m. this Monday, June 17. The day’s finals will be followed from 5:30 p.m.

On which TV channel to follow the second day of the French swimming championships?

Today’s races will be broadcast on France 4, Sports in France and on beIN Sports 2, from 18h. Live commentary will also be provided on our ouest-france.fr website.

What races are to be followed this Monday, June 17?

Morning, series from 10 a.m.

400m medley F

200 m NL H

100m backstroke F

400m medley H

200 m NL F

100m backstroke H

Evening, C finals from 5:30 p.m., A and B finals from 6 p.m.

400m medley F

200 m NL H

100m backstroke F

100m backstroke H

200 m NL F

400m medley H

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