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Channel 9 secures exclusive broadcasts right for upcoming FINA SWIMMING WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

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Channel 9 has secured broadcast rights to 19th FINA World Championships in Budapest, with the event to be broadcast live and free on 9Gem and 9Now.

In the swimming titles across eight days from June 18-25, the Australian charge will be led by Kaylee McKeown, Shayna Jack, Madison Wilson and Abbey Harkin in the women’s events.

In the men’s races, Kyle Chalmers, Zac Stubblety-Cook, Mack Horton and Mitch Larkin will provide Australia’s best gold medal chances, before our relay teams hit the water.

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The greatest female distance swimmer of all time, Katie Ledecky, will be out to halt an Australian gold medal haul along with her American counterpart Caeleb Dressel, England’s Adam Peaty and Hungary’s Kristof Milak.

Making the announcement live on Sports Sunday this morning, dual Olympic gold medalist swimmer Bronte Campbell said:

“We’re sending a ripping Aussie team to Budapest and I can’t wait to see how they perform against the best in the world.

Our Men’s team is in great form and our Women will lead from the front as they have in all the major tournaments. I’ll be feeling jealous watching them race but cheering my loudest along with the rest of the Australia.”    

Diving, water polo, artistic swimming and open water swimming will make up the Wide World of Sports coverage of every event from Budapest, running until July 4, and all available to live stream on 9Now.

SWIMMING BROADCAST SCHEDULE

DATETIMES (AEST)CHANNELSTREAMING
 Day 1 – Sat, June 18 7.15pm 9Gem All 8 days of coverage stream live on 9Now
 
 Day 2 – Sun, June 19 5.00pm 9Gem
 Day 3 – Mon, June 20 5.00pm 9Gem
 Day 4 – Tues, June 21 5.00pm 9Gem
 Day 5 – Wed, June 22 5.00pm 9Gem
 Day 6 – Thurs, June 23 5.00pm 9Gem/9Go
 Day 7 – Fri, June 24 5.00pm 9Gem
 Day 8 – Sat, June 25 5.00pm 9Gem/9Go
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  1. Can’t wait! Although it’s not the same since Ray Warren announced his retirement last week. He produced many of these memorable moments back in the day (90s and early to mid 2000s)!

  2. Adam Peaty is not swimming (ankle injury) and Australia’s female charge includes Mollie O’Callaghan who is ranked #1 in world for 100 free – faster than Jack. As a journo you should be checking your sources and getting the basics right.

  3. You say Live coverage – but the times seen to indicate you are covering the morning session (heats swims) from Budapest. What about then finals sessions in the early AM – covering those Live too ?

  4. Will replays of swimming be available as have no access to 9gem which I could tape. The finals are during the early morning hours in Oz

  5. Who are the commentators? The chap who gives the additional comments has a very boring and drab voice! The main commentator is good.

    • You are spot on with that comment, we could not agree more, very boring and as that lady said they don’t seem game to mention the Aussies, very poor indeed

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