European Championship Junior Women takes place in Sant Boi and Gava, Spain, 1 - 6 August.
Live video broadcasting by Playo.tv will be available on the final two days (Friday and Saturday 5 - 6 August) for free.
All the live-streamed games are accessible through the ESF website, or here.
For specific games click the following links:
10:00 - RUS vs GER: http://www.playo.tv/video/Zapas-c35-2011.aspx
12:30 - ITA vs CZE: http://www.playo.tv/video/Zapas-c37-2309.aspx
15:00 - LTH vs ESP (7th place game): http://www.playo.tv/video/Zapas-o-7misto-2310.aspx
18:00 - quarterfinal: http://www.playo.tv/video/Zapas-c41-2311.aspx
20:30 - semifinal 1: http://www.playo.tv/video/Zapas-c42-2312.aspx
10:00 - 11th place game: http://www.playo.tv/video/Zapas-o-11misto-2012.aspx
12:30 - semifinal 2 (bronze medal game): http://www.playo.tv/video/Finale-2313.aspx
15:00 - 9th place game: http://www.playo.tv/video/Zapas-o-9misto-2314.aspx
17:30 - final (gold medal game): http://www.playo.tv/video/Velke-finale-2315.aspx
About the EChJW
Junior Women's European Championship was held in 1992 for the first time. The event is organized every two years, which makes this year’s tournament a 14th installment of its kind.
Italy and the Netherlands have been dominating this competition until the last Championship, where the Czech Republic took the title for the first time in history. Also Germany recorded a number of successes in this category, having placed second in 2010 and 2012. Russia needs to be mentioned too as one of the stable medalists in this category.
For the first time in the history of Junior Women's European Championships, the tournament is held in Spain.