When will the European Artistic Gymnastics Championships 2023 take place?
The European Artistic Gymnastics Championships begin on April 11 and end on April 16. SVT broadcasts from April 13, when the finals begin.
Where will the 2023 European Artistic Gymnastics Championships be decided?
The championship takes place in the Turkish coastal city of Antalya.
Competition program and broadcast times – European Artistic Gymnastics Championships
Men's qualifiers + team competition
Women's qualifiers + team competition
Thursday 13 April
14.50-17.45 SVT Play: Men's heptathlon final
Friday 14 April
14.50-17.00SVT Play: Women's heptathlon final
Saturday 15 April
12.20-15.10 SVT1/SVT Play: Women's event finals (jumps, bars) and men (freestanding, jumper, rings)
Sunday 16 April
11.50-14.40 SVT1/SVT Play: Women's (boom, freestanding) and men's event finals (jumps, needles, rails)
Sweden's squad for the European Artistic Gymnastics Championships
Tonya Paulsson (heptathlon)Nathalie Westlund (heptathlon)Emelie Westlund (heptathlon)Elina Grawin (heptathlon)Alva Eriksson (reserve in place)
William Sundell (jumper horse)Marcus Stenberg (heptathlon)Luis Il-Sung Melander (heptathlon)Karl Idesjö (standalone, rings, jumps, needles, railing)David Rumbutis (heptathlon)
Filip Lidbeck (independent)
How the European Artistic Gymnastics Championships work
The top 24 go to the heptathlon finals, but a maximum of two gymnasts per nation. The top eight go to the event finals, also where a maximum of two gymnasts per nation.
The European Championships also serve as qualifiers for the World Cup in Belgian Antwerp in October 2023.