The Japanese Daiya Seto arrives as the great favorite to win one of the first swimming medals of the Olympic Games. But will he be able to dethrone the record of American Michael Phelps? We tell you how and when to watch the final of the 400 meters combined Tokyo 2020.
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Seto qualified in 2019 with a 4: 07.95 mark, below the world and Olympic record set in Beijing 2008 by Phelps, who took 4: 03.84 to complete the test, which combines the four styles of swimming (butterfly, backstroke, breaststroke and crawl). ).
The final of the 400 meters combined is scheduled for Sunday July 25 at 10:30 am, but due to the time difference it will be possible to see it on the American continent on the night of Saturday July 24.
But it will not be the only event that will award medals in swimming. Medals will also be awarded in the men’s 400-meter freestyle (10:52 am), the women’s 400-meter medley (11:12 am) and the women’s 4 × 100-meter freestyle relay (11.45 am).
The final of the combined 400 meters of swimming of Tokyo 2020 can be followed live and for free through YouTube, thanks to an exclusive agreement for Latin America by Marca Claro, which will broadcast the event on its channel.
In some countries of the region, the event can also be seen on the Marca Claro, Claro Sports television channels and from the Claro Sports TV application for smart televisions. This can also be found on Apple TV and Android TV.
Other alternatives are the applications of Tokyo 2020 or in the official Web site, which will also deliver information online.
On the other hand, the traditional channels that broadcast the Olympic Games are the following:
- Argentina:Claro Sports, TyC Sports, Public TV.
- Canada:CBC, Radio Canada, Bell Media (TSN and RDS), Rogers Media (Sportsnet), Telelatino Network.
- Chili:Sure, TVN.
- Colombia:Sure, Caracol TV.
- Spain:RTVE, Eurosport.
- United States:NBC, USA, CNBC, Telemundo
- Mexico:Claro, Televisa, TV Azteca, Imagen TV
- Peru:Sure, ATV
During the day of July 25, the following medals will be contested in Tokyo 2020:
|Local time||ET time||PT time||Event|
|10:30 am||9:30 pm on July 24||6:30 pm on July 24||Swimming: Men’s 400m individual medley; Men’s 400m freestyle; 400m women’s individual medley; Women’s freestyle 4x100m relay.|
|11:15 am||10:15 pm on July 24||7:15 pm on July 24||Threw: 10m female air pistol|
|12:25 pm||11:25 pm on July 24||8:25 pm on July 24||Skateboarding: male street|
|1:00 pm||12:00 am.||9:00 pm on July 24||Cycling female route|
|3:00 pm||2:00 a.m.||11:00 pm on July 24||Jumps: synchronized women’s 3m springboard|
|3:30 pm||2:30 a.m.||11:30 pm on July 24||Threw: 10m male air rifle|
|3:50 pm||2:50 a.m.||11:50 pm on July 24||Weightlifting: 61 kg. male|
|4:15 pm||3:15 a.m.||12:15 a.m.||Archery: women’s teams|
|5:00 pm||4:00 a.m.||1:00 am.||Judo: up to 52 kg. feminine; up to 66 kg. male|
|7:50 pm||6:50 a.m.||3:50 a.m.||Fencing: female and male individual foil|
|7:50 pm||6:50 a.m.||3:50 a.m.||Weightlifting: 67 kg. male|
|8:30 pm||7:30 am.||4:30 a.m.||taekwondo: 57 kg. female and 68 kg. male|
* The start time of the elimination rounds is indicated. Other time differences: Spain (-7 hours); Argentina (-11 hours); Chile (-12 hours); Colombia, Mexico (-13 hours)