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European Championships 2006
Gothenburg, 7-13 August 2006




Michael Johnson, Colin Jackson and Jonathan Edwards
Johnson, Jackson and Edwards will be part of the BBC's team
The BBC will be covering the European Athletics Championships on TV, radio and online.

The event in Gothenburg, featuring the best athletes in Europe, runs from Monday 7 to Sunday 13 August.

The action will be presented by Sue Barker and Hazel Irvine with studio analysis from Michael Johnson, Colin Jackson and Jonathan Edwards.

Commentating on all the action will be Steve Cram, Stuart Storey, Paul Dickenson and Brendan Foster, with Phil Jones reporting.

Radio Five Live will bring you live action from its team of commentator Mike Costello, summarisers: Steve Backley and Allison Curbishley, and interviewer Sonja McLaughlan.

You can also follow events in Sweden via the BBC Sport website, which will have all the latest news and reports as well as live video of the BBC television coverage and highlights.


Friday 11

BBC One
0900-1100

BBC Two
1700-2000

Saturday 12

BBC Two
1100-1300

BBC One
1300-1650

Sunday 13

BBC Two
1100-1425

BBC One
1425-1640


SEE ALSO
Ask Colin Jackson
28 Jul 06 |  Get Involved
Contact the BBC athletics team
07 Aug 06 |  Athletics
European Championships schedule
02 Aug 06 |  Athletics
BBC Athletics coverage
16 May 06 |  Athletics


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