Juventus suffers almost 90 million euros loss

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Equestrian: NK in equestrian discipline eventing definitely does not go through

15.43 hours: The national title battle in equestrian discipline eventing is not going on. The event would be part of the Dutch Open, which would be held from 28 October to 1 November. In view of the measures against the spread of the coronavirus, the tournament in Kronenberg in Limburg cannot take place at all.

Initially, the NK was scheduled for the military of Boekelo earlier in October, but this did not happen because of the coronacrisis.

Eventing, as well as jumping and dressage in equestrian sports, is an Olympic part. Horse and rider are tested in a cross, jumping and dressage.

Cycling: Vuelta‘s last trick Froome for Ineos-Grenadiers

15.42 hours: Ineos-Grenadiers has confirmed the participation of Chris Froome in the Tour of Spain. The Vuelta will be the British’s last race for that team, as he will be cycling for Team Israel Start-Up Nation next season.

The 35-year-old Froome struggles to recover his good shape after his heavy fall last year at the Crit̩rium du Dauphin̩. The leadership of Ineos did not consider him able to participate in the Tour this summer. Froome started in the Italian stage race Tirreno РAdriatico and made no strong impression there with his 91st place.

At Ineos, formerly Sky, Froome won the Tour of France four times and twice the Tour of Spain. Froome is joined by the Ecuadorian Richard Carapaz, who also drove the Tour.

The Vuelta starts Tuesday from Irún and has eighteen stages.

Football: Juventus suffers almost 90 million euros loss

15.37 hours: Juventus suffered a loss of 89.7 million euros last football season. This is more than the football season before, when the top club from Turin also suffered a substantial loss of 39.9 million euros. The shareholders nevertheless approved the financial statements and agreed to cover the deficits from the reserves.

The club, which won the title for the ninth consecutive season, announced a new organizational structure, making more distinction between a football branch and a business department.

Cycling: De Kort with debutants Trek to Vuelta

15.36 pm: Koen de Kort starts Tuesday for the seventh time in the Tour of Spain. The 38-year-old Dutchman is the most experienced rider in the selection of Trek-Segafredo for the Vuelta. Also the Frenchman Kenny Elissonde has been around for a while. In 2013 he won a ride in the Vuelta which ended on the Angliru, the famous climb in northern Spain.

Among the eight riders who start on behalf of Trek in Irún there are four who did not make a big round before: the Dane Alexander Camp, the Let Emils Liepins, the Luxemburger Michel Ries and the Spaniard Juan Pedro López. The Italian Matteo Moschetti is the man for the sprints. Trek counts once or four on a mass print in the Vuelta, which was postponed due to the coronavirus and shortened to eighteen stages. The Dane Niklas Eg completes the team. This year, like Elissonde, he also rode the Tour de France. “We‘re not here with a ranked rider, but we’re going to hunt for day success,” said team leader Grégory Rast.

Football: KNVB wants to continue quickly with women‘s division

14.36 hours: The women’s division will resume on the weekend from 30 October to 1 November. This has been said by the KNVB, now that the cabinet has given permission to the women to remain active in line with the honorary and first division (men).

“ For the women‘s division, all precautions to prevent coronavirus infections are being tightened by the KNVB and clubs now that the coronac figures have increased,” says the KNVB. “However, the competitions already scheduled for the weekend will be too fast for these adjustments, including an additional corontest.”

This round will therefore be postponed to the weekend from 30 October to 1 November. It is not possible earlier because of the interlands that the Netherlands plays against Estonia and Kosovo on 23 and 27 October. The women’s division teams can also continue to train normally through the revised measure.

In order to resume the Eredivisie League as soon as possible, the round for the Eredivisie Cup, scheduled for October 30, ismoved.

Cyclocross: Cyclocross World Cup calendar continues from

14.15 pm: The World Cup Cylcus in cyclocross counts one less race this winter. The new wave of corona infestations has also been marked by the Kuilcross in Zonhoven, Belgium, which was scheduled for 13 December. Of the originally planned fourteen World Cup matches, there are currently only five left.

For the moment, the World Cup season opens on 1 November with the Druivencross in Overijse. The Vestingcross in Hulst in Zeeland is also on the calendar for 3 January.

Cycling: Alaphilippe makes his debut in Tour of Flanders

12.50 hours: Julian Alaphilippe will take part in the Tour of Flanders this weekend. The world champion from France makes his debut in the Belgian classic.

Deceuninck РQuick-Step further sends Kasper Asgreen, Tim Declercq, Dries Devenyns, Yves Lampaert, Florian S̩n̩chal and Zdenek Stybar to the race in Flanders.

Alaphilippe became World Champion about 4 weeks ago in Imola. Then he also won the Brabantse Pijl.

Tennis: Australian Open negotiates with authorities about quarantine

11.18 a.m.: The Australian Open will only take place in January if the organization reaches an agreement with local authorities to allow tennis players to train while they are in quarantine. That predicts Director Craig Tiley of the Melbourne Grand Slam tournament.

“ You can‘t ask players to quarantine for two weeks and then be ready for a grand slam,” says Tiley. In some states it is allowed to have sports teams trained while staying in isolation, and the tournament director believes that such a thing is essential for continuing the Australian Open.

“ We accept that anyone coming from overseas has to be quarantined for two weeks. What we negotiate is that we set up a quarantine environment where they can train and move between the hotel and the tennis courts.”

The borders between the Australian Länder have been closed due to the Covid-19 pandemic, and travellers entering the country will have to quarantine for 14 days in Melbourne.

Wheelchair tennis: Marjolein Buis ends career

10.19 am: Wheelchair tennis player Marjolein Buis has immediately ended her career. She can’t do it physically and mentally anymore, reports 32-year-old Beuningse on her website. Buis won paralympic gold in doubles in 2012 and silver in 2016. She also won two world titles in doubles and five grand slams in double. In 2016, she won the title at Roland Garros in the singles.

“ Over the past few months, I‘ve been thinking about my ambitions. Tokyo 2020 was unfortunately Tokyo 2021, so I had the choice: one more year of top sports companies or not? And with pain in my heart, but full of conviction that it’s the right decision, I decided to put a point behind my professional career. Roland Garros (last week) was my very last tournament,” writes Buis, who has been in the top 8 in the world since 2010.

“ Unfortunately, the cake is now gone. Physically it is no longer possible for me to train full-time and to sustain three stages at the highest level. Also mentally, top sports life is more difficult to bring in. In coronatijd I experienced how wonderful it is to be at home a lot and not have to live out of a suitcase.”

Cycling: End of season Quintana due to knee injury

08.55 am: Colombian cyclist Nairo Quintana will no longer be in action this season. He takes the time to recover from a knee injury, he reported through the Twitter account of the Colombian cycling association. An operation on a fracture in the left kneecap is necessary, according to the rider.

Quintana was injured by a fall in the thirteenth stage of the Tour de France. He was bothered by this, but cycled and ended in Paris as the seventeenth in the general classification. The Colombian won the Tour of Italy in 2014 and the Tour of Spain in 2016. He finished the Tour de France twice as second (2013 and 2015).

Athletics: Four years suspension for former Amsterdam marathon winner

: The Kenyan marathon runner Daniel Wanjiru has been suspended for four years due to the violation of the doping rules. The 28-year-old athlete won the Amsterdam marathon in 2016 with a time of 2.05.21. A year later, he triumphed in London (2,05.48).

The independent unit of integrity in athletics AIU imposed the athlete the long suspension because irregularities were found in his biological passport. That indicated the use of a prohibited drug or method. His suspension commenced retroactively from December 2019

Baseball: Dodgers hit back hard against Braves

07.41: Los baseballersAngeles Dodgers hit hard back in the third meeting with Atlanta Braves in the major league playoffs. In the first inning, the team recorded a record number of 11 points and finally won the match with 15-3

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the Dodgers lost the first two matches of the Braves, partly due to home runs of Ozzie Albies. The Antillian had to settle for a supporting role in the third game, although he brought in one more point for the Braves.

The Dodgers, with pitcher Kenley Jansen one inning on the hill, were immediately sharp at Arlington Stadium in Texas. The first inning included three home runs (Joc Pedersen, Edwin Rios and Max Muncy). The remaining innings followed another three home runs (Cody Bellinger, Corey Seager and Christian Pache).

Game four in the best-of-seven series is Thursday evening (local time).