When are the men’s and women’s European Championships in the 100m?
The track and field events will be among the most popular with spectators at the event in Munich, Germany.
The event, which is only the second time following the inaugural competition in 2018, will take place in Munich, Germany.
Athletics, cycling and triathlon, artistic gymnastics and rowing are part of the 2018 championships and are complemented by beach volleyball, canoe sprint, sport climbing and table tennis.
Not only that, there will also be a whole host of parasports events.
As always, athletics will be one of the most watched sports at the event, with the men’s and women’s 100m being among the highlights.
Here’s everything you need to know about when and where the 100m finals are taking place and how to follow the action:
Where are the men’s and women’s 100 meters held?
The Olympic Stadium in Munich will be the venue for the athletics competitions at the 2022 European Championships.
The 69,250 spectator stadium, which was built as the main venue for the 1972 Summer Olympics, is located in the heart of the Olympic Park in Munich.
In addition to the Olympic Games, the venue is also regularly used for football matches and music concerts.
Bayern Munich played their home games at the stadium between 1972 and 2005, while matches of the 1974 FIFA World Cup and UEFA Euro 1998 were hosted there.
Ed Sheeran will play there next month after the conclusion of the European Championship.
When is the men’s 100m final at the European Championships?
The men’s 100 meters will take place on Monday 15th August with the final on Tuesday 16th August.
The final is currently scheduled for 10:15pm local time, which will be 9:15pm BST.
When is the women’s 100m final at the European Championships?
Like the men, the women’s heats will take place on Monday, August 15th, and the final on Tuesday, August 16th.
The final is currently scheduled for 10:25 p.m. local time, which will be 9:25 p.m. – right after the men’s final.
How to watch Euro 2022
The BBC will once again broadcast the European Championship.
BBC TV, BBC iPlayer and the BBC Sport website will show all the action from Munich, with fans able to stream all events live.
Who will compete?
Dina Asher-Smith will return to the track after missing the Commonwealth Games through injury. She will hope to defend the three gold medals she won at the 2018 event in Berlin, while Matt Hudson-Smith will hope to defend his 400m title and Zharnel Hughes will aim to win the 100m again .
Commowealth Games star Joe Fraser will once again be in action alongside fellow gymnast Jake Jarman. The pair won seven gold medals together in Birmingham.
Jake Wightman, who won the World 1500m Championship, will join fellow runners and Commonwealth Gold medalists Laura Muir and Eilish McColgan in Munich.