The 2018 ISSF World Championships in Changwon, Korea has begun!
The ISSF is really good about streaming the finals, so I wanted to post up a viewing guide. According to the ISSF’s media guide,
they will only be streaming the finals in the open division events, so no Junior finals. ***UPDATED*** When I woke up this morning, I saw that I had a notification in my email that they will be streaming Junior finals, so I’ve updated the list below with those times.
The finals livestream can be seen in 3 different locations:
The ISSF Official Livestream Channel
The ISSF Website
The ISSF Official Facebook Page
Because Changwon is 13 hours ahead of the Eastern Time Zone, that means the events will be streamed very early in the morning / the middle of the night. Here’s the schedule: (I will update this post with links directly to the events as I get them)
Junior Women’s Trap – Monday, 9/3/18 – 2:30AM EDT
Men’s Trap – Monday, 9/3/18 – 3:35AM EDT
Junior Men’s Trap – Thursday, 9/6/18 – 2:00AM EDT
Women’s Trap – Thursday, 9/6/18 – 3:05AM EDT
Mixed Team Trap – Friday, 9/7/18 – 3:50AM EDT
Junior Mixed Team Trap – Saturday, 9/8/18 – 1:00AM EDT
Junior Men’s Skeet – Tuesday, 9/11/28 – 1:45AM EDT
Women’s Skeet – Tuesday, 9/11/18 – 2:50AM EDT
Junior Women’s Skeet – Friday, 9/14/18 – 2:10AM EDT
Men’s Skeet – Friday, 9/14/18 – 3:25AM EDT
Since many of us won’t be awake at 3AM to watch the finals, you can watch the replay on the official Livestream channel following the event, and they usually post the video to the Official ISSF YouTube Channel within 24 hours of completion.