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The Swimming World Championships will be held from 23 to 30 July 2023. to me Fukuoka (Japan)After multiple postponements, we will attend the World Championships in Japan. A great comeback, reminiscent of the 2001 edition, right after the Sydney Olympics. A global competition in which Italy wants to assert itself at the highest levels, as in the latest international editions.

Pick Bill PaeseIndeed, he has shown in various circumstances that he has taken it More and more self-awareness And you want to play it as best you can against the authorities of the system, like the United States and Australia in particular. To understand what will happen with Russia and Belarus, excluded from the 2022 competitions due to what is happening in Ukraine. Obviously, the weight of these athletes’ absence is insignificant.

However, the level of performance expressed by the technical director-led coaching, Cesar Botini, is remarkable and the constant updating of times and medals (records) is no coincidence. If in the past the choice of the tricolor has been put off thanks to the reactions of a few athletes, in this case it is right to speak of a team that, especially at men’s level, has shown impressive qualities.

So in Japan it will be another important test before the most important event of all, namely Summer Olympics in Paris. In 2024, Italy will want to be ready and the World Championship will be the stage to prove their worth in view of the Cinque Cerchi event.

Swimming World Championships 2023 calendar

From 23 to 30 July 2023 Fukuoka Pool World Championships Review – Live TV broadcast on Rai channels (schedule to be announced). The full daily schedule will be announced in the coming weeks, as the Japanese competition approaches.

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World Swimming schedule 2023: Where to see it on TV and broadcast

He lives: The 2023 World Swimming Championships in Fukuoka (Japan) will be broadcasted on Rai channels with the schedule yet to be clarified.

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