Budapest 2023 Athletics World Championships, today 21 August: Rai and Sky timetables, how to see them on TV

Spotlight on the Men’s Triple Jump Final, closing with the Women’s 110m Hurdles and Women’s 100m Finals

Third day at the World Athletics Championships in Budapest 2023 today Monday 21 August. After Antonella Palmisano’s bronze medal in the 20 km walk, Italy is looking for other prestigious results in the races that will be broadcast live on Rai and Sky. Today’s program does not include a morning session.

It starts with the qualifications of the women’s high jump at 18.40, on the platform the blues Roberta Bruni and Elisa Molinarolo.

Then, on the track for the 400m heats: among the women Ayomide Folorunso, Eleonora Marchiando, Rebecca Sartori. Among the men, spotlights on Mario Lambrughi and Alessandro Sibilio. In the triple, the men’s final with the blue Emmanuel Ihemeje chasing glory. It will be Hassane Fofana and Lorenzo Simonelli in the semifinals of the 110 hurdles to look for the pass to the final. In the women’s 100 metres, Zaynab Dosso – after having equaled the Italian record with 11”14 in heat – tries to enter the final which closes the day.


6.40 pm – Women’s pole vault – Qualifications: Roberta Bruni, Elisa Molinarolo;

6.50 pm – Women’s 400 m hurdles – Heats: Ayomide Folorunso, Eleonora Marchiando, Rebecca Sartori;

7.35 pm – Men’s 400 m hurdles – Semifinals: Mario Lambrughi, Alessandro Sibilio;

7.40 pm – Men’s triple jump – Final: Emmanuel Ihemeje;

8.05 pm Men’s 110 m hurdles – Semifinals: Hassane Fofana, Lorenzo Simonelli;

20.35 – Women’s 100m – Semifinals: Zaynab Dosso;

21.40 – Men’s 110 m hurdles – Final: Hassane Fofana, Lorenzo Simonelli;

21.50 – Women’s 100 m – Final: Eventual Zaynab Dosso.


Today’s races, 21 August, will be broadcast live on Rai 2 from 18.35 to 20.3. Then, passage on RaiSport (20.30-21.00) and closure on Rai 2 (21.00-22.00).

For Sky subscribers, live on Sky Sport Summer and Sky Sport Arena from 18.40 to 22.15 and a further half hour on Sky Sport Summer (22.15-22.45). The entire program will be broadcast live on Eurosport 1 (18.30-22.30).