IAAF World Indoor Championship 2019: Broadcast And Schedule!

IAAF World Indoor Championship 2019: Broadcast And Schedule!

    The World Indoor Championship 2019 is going to take place beginning from 11 January 2019 to 27 January 2019. The tournament will be broadcasted live on the BBC.

In last World Indoor Championship, Mark Dawes and Robert Paxton reached the final of 2018 World Indoor Bowls Championship.  Mark Dawes won his first indoor title in the men’s singles with a tie-break win against Robert Paxton.

While on the other hand, Katherine Rednall won women’s singles title in 2017 after defeating Ellen Falkner. In 2018 World Indoor Championship, Katherine defended her women’s singles title with a win over Rebecca Field.

The upcoming tournament will also be full of excitement and entertainment. You can watch this year’s live action on BBC One, BBC Two and BBC Red Button. The live broadcast will start from Monday, 12 January 2019 and you can watch the highlights of the games on BBC Two.

All live tournaments are also accessible through the BBC Sport website, connected TV and app.

 

World Indoor Championship 2019: Broadcast and schedule

Monday, 21 January

13:00-16:45 – Pairs final and Men’s first round will be broadcasted on BBC Two

10:00-12:00, 16:40-17:30 and 19:30-21:30 – Men’s first round will be broadcasted on BBC Red Button

13:00-17:30 – Pairs final and men’s first round will be broadcasted on Connected TVs and online

00:15-01:15 – Highlights will be broadcasted on BBC Two

 

Tuesday, 22 January

08:00 – Repeated highlights will be broadcasted on BBC Red Button

13:00-16:45 – Mixed pairs final and men’s second round will be broadcasted on BBC Two

10:00-12:00, 13:00-14:45, 16:40-17:30 and 19:30-21:30 – Men’s second round will be broadcasted on BBC Red Button

13:00-17:30 – Mixed pairs final and men’s second round will be broadcasted on Connected TVs and online

00:05-01:05 – Highlights will be broadcasted on BBC Two

 

Wednesday, 23 January

08:00 – Repeated highlights will be broadcasted on BBC Red Button

13:00-16:45 – Women’s semi-finals and men’s second round will be broadcasted on BBC Two

10:00-12:00, 16:40-17:30 and 19:30-21:30 – Women’s semi-finals and men’s second round will be broadcasted on BBC Red Button

13:00-17:30 – Women’s semi-finals and men’s second round will be broadcasted on Connected TVs and online

00:15-01:15 – Highlights will be broadcasted on BBC Two

 

Thursday, 24 January

08:00 – Repeated highlights will be broadcasted on BBC Red Button

13:00-17:00 – Women’s final and men’s second round will be broadcasted on BBC Two

10:00-12:00, 16:40-17:30 and 19:30-21:30 – Women’s final and men’s second round will be broadcasted on BBC Red Button

13:00-17:30 – Women’s final and men’s second round will be broadcasted on Connected TVs and online

00:15-01:15 – Highlights will be broadcasted on BBC Two

 

Friday, 25 January

08:00 – Repeated highlights will be broadcasted on BBC Red Button

13:00-17:00 – Men’s quarter-finals will be broadcasted on BBC Two

10:00-12:00, 16:40-17:30 and 19:30-21:30 – Men’s quarter-finals will be broadcasted on BBC Red Button

13:00-17:30 – Men’s quarter-finals will be broadcasted on Connected TVs and online

00:15-01:15 – Highlights will be broadcasted on BBC Two

 

Saturday, 26 January

07:30 – Repeated highlights will be broadcasted on BBC Red Button

14:30-16:30 – Men’s semi-finals will be broadcasted on BBC One

09:30-11:30, 16:40-17:30 and 20:30-21:15 – Men’s semi-finals and Under-25s final will be broadcasted on BBC Red Button

19:30-20:15 – Under-25s final will be broadcasted on Connected TVs and online

00:00-01:00 – Highlights will be broadcasted on BBC Two

 

Sunday, 27 January

10:20 – Repeated highlights will be broadcasted on BBC Red Button

14:30-17:15 – Men’s final will be broadcasted on BBC Two

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