The Weekend Watch Guide

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The French women’s team for the European Games – Carolann Heduit, Aline Friess, and Lorette Charpy

If you’re like me, you’ve probably spent the last week screaming about the FIG deciding to host the inaugural Junior World Championships at the exact same time as the European Games, and you’re probably freaking out about how you’re going to figure your life out so you don’t have to miss any of the action at either meet.

To help with the confusion and stress that is being a gymnastics fan, I put together a watch guide with a full schedule for both competitions including links on how and where to follow along. We’ll also have full previews for both meets coming out later today!

Let us know if there’s anything else you’d like to see on here and we’ll be happy to add it.

JUNIOR WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS | June 27-30

The FIG will add daily highlight clips and live stream event finals on YouTube, and once the competition is complete, they’ll upload all qualification videos to their YouTube channel as well. Event finals will also stream on the Olympic Channel.

Qualifications will only be streamed live on the LOC website, but this will be geo-blocked and viewable only in Hungary, so you’ll need a VPN if you want to watch outside the country.

All times below are local. Györ is 6 hours ahead of ET and 9 hours ahead of PT.

June 27 (10 am-9:30 pm) – MAG All-Around Final, Team Final, and EF Qualifications [stream]

  • Subdivision 1 (10-12:15 pm) – Austria, Canada, Colombia, Great Britain, Hungary, Lithuania, Mexico, Portugal, Russia, Slovakia, Ukraine, United States, Vietnam
  • Subdivision 2 (1:15-3:30 pm) – Argentina, Belgium, China, Czech Republic, Ecuador, France, Japan, Kazakhstan, New Zealand, Norway, Spain, Uzbekistan
  • Subdivision 3 (4-6:15 pm) – Bulgaria, Chinese Taipei, Croatia, Cyprus, Denmark, Dominican Republic, Israel, Mongolia, Poland, Romania, Serbia, South Africa, South Korea, Sweden, Syria, Turkey
  • Subdivision 4 (7:15-9:30 pm) – Armenia, Australia, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Belarus, Brazil, Egypt, Finland, Germany, Greece, Iceland, Iran, Italy, Latvia, Panama, Peru, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia

June 28 (10 am-9:30 pm) – WAG All-Around Final, Team Final, and EF Qualifications [stream]

  • Subdivision 1 (10-11:45 am) – Finland, Great Britain, Hungary, Iceland, Mongolia, Poland, Slovakia, Tunisia, Turkey, Ukraine, United States
  • Subdivision 2 (12-1:45 pm) – Belgium, Greece, Israel, Italy, Latvia, Malta, Panama, Peru, Russia, Spain
  • Subdivision 3 (2:30-4:15 pm) – Argentina, Australia, Chinese Taipei, Ecuador, Jamaica, Kazakhstan, Mexico, Slovenia, South Africa, South Korea, Uzbekistan
  • Subdivision 4 (4:30-6:15 pm) – Belarus, Bulgaria, Colombia, Denmark, France, Germany, Lithuania, Norway, Romania, Singapore, Sweden
  • Subdivision 5 (7-8:45 pm) – Azerbaijan, Brazil, Canada, China, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Egypt, Guatemala, Japan, Portugal

June 29 (2-5:50 pm) – Event Finals [stream]

  • Women’s Vault and Uneven Bars
  • Men’s Floor, Pommels, and Rings

June 30 (2-5:50 pm) – Event Finals [stream]

  • Women’s Beam and Floor
  • Men’s Vault, Parallel Bars, and High Bar

Subdivision draw | MAG master team list | WAG master team list | MAG start list | WAG start list | Preview | Live scores | FIG YouTube | FIG meet site | LOC website | Olympic Channel

EUROPEAN GAMES | June 27-30

For anyone interested in watching no matter where you live, Belarus 2 will stream qualifications for gymnastics and Inter will be streaming event finals, both with no VPN required!

The Olympic Channel is also streaming the European Games. They have ten channels dedicated to coverage, and right now, it looks like gymnastics will be on channel 2 for qualifications, and channel 1 for the all-around and event finals.

All times below are local. Minsk is 7 hours ahead of ET and 10 hours ahead of PT.

June 27 (1-8 pm) – MAG and WAG Qualifications [stream]

  • MAG Subdivision 1 (1-4 pm) – Cyprus, Finland, Great Britain, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Poland, Russia, Ukraine
  • WAG Subdivision 1 (1-4 pm) – Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, France, Great Britain, Ireland, Netherlands, Romania, Russia, Ukraine
  • MAG Subdivision 2 (5-8 pm) – Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, France, Greece, Lithuania, Norway, Spain, Switzerland, Turkey
  • WAG Subdivision 2 (5-8 pm) – Austria, Belgium, Georgia, Hungary, Iceland, Israel, Latvia, Luxembourg, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Turkey

June 29 (2-4:30 pm) – MAG and WAG All-Around Finals [stream]

June 30 (1-4:35 pm) – MAG and WAG Event Finals [stream]

MAG master team list | WAG master team list | MAG draw | WAG draw | MAG start list | Preview | Live scores | UEG meet site | LOC website | Olympic Channel

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7 thoughts on “The Weekend Watch Guide

  1. Does anyone successfully watch the livestream from LOC website for the men’s qualification? I could not find the livestream webpage even though I have a hungary IP.

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  2. I can´t watch the stream from junior worlds? Anyone? If i click on the link I come to the start page but there is no stream..

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