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Football: Roda JC won‘t win at home from FC Volendam
00.02 hours: Roda JC failed to win the home match against FC Volendam.
Nick Doodeman put FC Volendam on the head start after a quarter of an hour and in the 71st minute Roland Alberg made equal for the team of Jurgen Streppel.
For both teams, it is the second consecutive tie. Roda played 3-3 against FC Eindhoven on Tuesday, while FC Volendam won no further than a goalless draw against Go Ahead Eagles in the previous round. Roda JC stands third, FC Volendam fourteenth.
Sailing: Sailing duo Lambriex/Van Vugt falls off stage at European Championships
20.51: The Dutch sailing duo Bart Lambriex/Pim van Vugt had to settle for the sixth place in the final classification at the European Championships in the 49er Olympic class on the Austrian Attersee. The Olympic pair started on the last day as the number 1 of the middlemen. However, in the last four races, top rankings were left: 8-16-15-15. The European title went to the German couple Tim Fischer/Fabian Graf.
Lambriex and Van Vugt officially assured themselves at the European Championships of an Olympic nomination for the Summer Games in Tokyo 2021. Last month, thanks to the fourth place at the Kielerwoche, the Olympic start certificate was already unofficially entered. The disappointment with the missed EK medal therefore prevailed among the two.
“ We just want to get involved to the profit. That is our goal. We want to win series. And yes, today we could win, but we just didn’t. We‘re going to work on that,” Van Vugt said.
The two world champions Annemiek Bekkering and Annette Duetz ended up fourth in the final position of the 49ERFX. The German duo Tina Lutz/Susann Beucke conquered EK-gold. Bekkering and Duetz were already sure of Olympic participation in advance.
Golf: Luiten closes well in Scotland
19.32 hours: Joost Luiten has closed the Scottish Open in the nineteenth place. Thanks to a good closing lap of 68 strokes (-3), the Dutchman rose twelve places in the final classification at Renaissance Club in North Berwick. He finished with a score of 279 (-5). Luiten lost his chance of a high ranking on Saturday due to a round of 76 strokes.
The final victory in Scotland went to Aaron Rai. The 25-year-old Englishman defeated his compatriot Tommy Fleetwood on the first hole of a play-off for the grand prize of nearly 1 million euros. Both had ended in a total of 273 strokes. For Rai it was his second triumph on the European Tour.
Motocross: Coldenhoff finishes third in MXGP Europe
17.51 hours: Glenn Coldenhoff finished third overall during the MXGP of Europe in Mantova. In the first round he finished second and in the second round he finished fifth. Last week, during the MXGP of Lombardy, also in Mantova, Coldenhoff finished second overall.
The third race in Mantova was won overall by the Sloveen Tim Gajser, who won the first race and finished behind Antonio Cairoli in the second race.
In the World Cup stand, Coldenhoff ranks fifth with 341 points. The ranking is led by Gajser with 399 points. Jeffrey Herlings, due to a neck injury, takes the eighth place in the World Cup position. Next weekend the MXGP of Spain will take place.
Mountainbike: Father impresses again in World Cup
17.19 hours: Mountainbiker Milan Vader has once again finished on stage in a World Cup race. After his third place on Thursday in Nove Mesto after Morave, the driver from Zeeland even finished second in Czech place three days later. Only the Brazilian Henrique Avancini stayed ahead of him in the sprint of a first group. World Champion Nino Schurter from Switzerland finished third.
For Dutch champion Vader it was only his second stage ever at a World Cup competition. Almost the entire world summit was present. Only Mathieu van der Poel was missing, he was active on the road in Liège-Bastogne-Liège.
Next week the World Cup will be in Austria.
Football: Anger at six months suspension Iranian footballer after finger gesture
16.05 hours: Iran is furious about the suspension of a player from the club Persepolis three hours before the Saturday played semi-final of the Asian Champions League. TheAsian union AFC imposed attacker Issa Al-Kassir a six-month suspension due to an alleged racist gesture. On top of that, he was fined 9000 euros.
“ Suspend a player three hours before a semi-final due to an unreasonable allegation has nothing to do with sport and fair play,” said Director Mehdi Rassulpanah of Persepolis one day after the match, which the Tehran club won from the Saudi club Al-Nassr after penalty kicks.
Al-Kassir was punished for pointing his fingers to his eyes in the quarter-finals against Uzbek Patjstakor Tashkent. According to the AFC, this should be seen as racist. “Nonsense. I have been doing this for years and the gesture has nothing to do with racism,” said Al-Kassir on Iranian television. He dedicates his goals to his nephew, who has small eyes, and the gesture has been a ritual between the two for years, he said.
In Iran, players, clubs, media and fans all agreed on a conspiracy by the archenemy of Saudi Arabia. That country would have used its influence within the AFC to lurk Al-Nassr’s opponent just before the semi-finals.
Motorsport: Van der Mark fifth in race two Superbike World Championships Magny-Cours
16.. 01 hours: Motorcyclist Michael van der Mark finished fifth in the second race of the Superbike World Championships in the French Magny-Cours. The Dutchman recovered from the disappointing ninth place on Saturday in the first race. In that race, he fell down.
The victory in race two was for Scott Redding, and the Brit prevented his compatriot Jonathan Rea from crowning himself World Champion for the sixth time in a row. Rea drove the first laps in the lead, but didn‘t pass the finish flag until fourth. Frenchman Loris Baz and Brit Chaz Davies passed him after Redding.
Rea will enter the final weekend in two weeks in Estoril, Portugal, with 59 points ahead of Redding. There are up to 62 points to earn. Van der Mark is firmly in fourth place in the championship.
Cycling: Van Avermaet and Yates left after falling in Liège-Bastogne-Liège
15.46 hrs: Belgian cyclist Greg van Avermaet and Brit Adam Yates left after a crash in Liège-Bastogne-Liège. The Olympic Champion of CCC was involved in a crash in the peloton with Australian cyclist Jay McCarthy from Bora-hansgrohe, who was able to pass. The British cyclist of Mitchelton-Scott also fell and had to give up.
The cyclists collided with a traffic pin on a flight hill. What both riders left from the fall at about 100 kilometers from the finish is not yet known.
The Van Avermaet team reports that the Belgian has been taken to the hospital for examination. According to the Belgian Sporza, there is a fear of a shoulder fracture. If that is true, the Belgian can make a line through classics such as Gent-Wevelgem, the Tour of Flanders and Paris-Roubaix.
With 86 kilometers to go, the descent of the Côte de Wanne was once again a major crash involving world champion Julian Alaphilippe and Walloon Arrow winner Marc Hirschi. The Frenchman of Deceuninck – Quick-Step and the Swiss of Sunweb were able to move on quickly. That did not apply to the Dane Michael Valgren and the Italian Damiano Caruso. They had to give up.
Football: Club Brugge brings Anderlecht first defeat
15.45 hours: Anderlecht is no longer undefeated in the Belgian Pro League. Coach Vincent Kompany’s team lost 3-0 at Club Brugge. For the country champion Krépin Diatta, Hans Vanaken (penalty kick) and Ruud Vormer (free kick) scored.
Anderlecht played from the 72nd minute with ten men after the second yellow card for Albert Sambi Lokonga. Goalkeeper Hendrik van Crombrugge was replaced during the rest by Timon Wellenreuther (ex-Willem II).
At Club Brugge, captain Vormer played the whole game. Derrick Luckassen made the match full with Anderlecht as a base player.
Anderlecht joined without Jeremy Doku. The Belgian outsider, who debuted in the national team last month, is on his way to the French club Stade Rennes. Its transfer sum would amount to more than EUR 25 million. International Yari Verschaeren was back in the party. He made his return after a forced absention because of a corona infection.
Koploper Charleroi (nineteen points) lost 2-1 to Standard Liège. Despite this, Charleroi continues to lead the ranking. William Balikwisha and Nicolas Raskin scored on behalf of the winning team. Mamadou Fall couldn‘t prevent Charleroi from losing Charleroi with a handsome volley. The team from Liège climbs to third place through victory.
Football: Leicester City without a chance against West Ham United
15.19 hours:Leicester City has lost points for the first time this season. On its own field, England’s shared leader lost a chance to West Ham United: 0-3
the home team had started the Premier League excellently by winning the first three duels. Especially with the victory at Manchester City (2-5), the team of trainer Brendan Rodgers impressed. Against West Ham United, the number eight of the ranking, Leicester City could not contribute much. Spits Jamie Vardy was barely put in position. Vardy made another hat trick against Manchester City.
The hits from the London team came to Mikhail Antonio, Pablo Fornals and Jarrod Bowen.
So far Everton, Liverpool and Aston Villa are still flawless in England‘s highest league. Title holder Liverpool will take action against Aston Villa Sunday night.
Tennis: Participation Federer and Williams at Australian Open confirmed
15.00 hours: Roger Federer and Serena Williams have confirmed that they will participate in the Australian Open in January, the first grandslam of the year. That’s what Craig Tiley, the boss of Tennis Australia (TA) reported on Sunday. Tily is counting on a maximum of 50 percent of the stand seats in Melbourne to be occupied.
The return of fans to the stands would be an important step for Melbourne, which had a strict lockdown for nearly three months due to the coronavirus. Ninety percent of corona deaths occurred in the state of Victoria to which Melbourne belongs.
Federer reached the semi-finals at the Australian Open early this year, but the Swiss missed the rest of the tennis year because of surgery on his right knee. “Roger confirmed this morning that he will be there in January, while Serena will try again to match Margaret Court‘s record,” says Tily. Court won 24 grand slam titles, the US has been on 23 for a while
many top players have shot the US Open because of the corona threat, while Roland Garros lacks the number one in the world among women, the Australian Ashleigh Barty. TA wants to create bubbles in several cities where tennis players can safely prepare for the Australian Open. There will also be additional tournaments. Players will have to quarantine for two weeks, but there will be a bubble within which they can travel from the hotels to the training facilities.
Football: Football players Ajax too strong for PSV: 2-0
14.58 hours: Ajax has defeated PSV in the top of the Eredivisie Women with 2-0. As a result, the Amsterdammers are at the top of the ranking undefeated after three rounds.
The home team opened within ten minutes with a rake headball by Stefanie van der Gragt. In the final phase, substitute Vanity Lewerissa doubled the lead.
Ajax and PSV were both undefeated after two rounds. Last Tuesday the team from Eindhoven played a catch-up match against VV Alkmaar (5-1 win PSV) because that match was postponed earlier because of corona infections within the PSV selection.
The Women’s Eredivisie consists of eight teams this year: ADO Den Haag, Ajax, vv Alkmaar, Excelsior (formerly Excelsior Barendrecht), sc Heerenveen, PEC Zwolle, PSV and FC Twente.
Athletics: Kitata terminates reign Kipchoge
13.32 hours: Eliud Kipchoge‘s reign at the marathon is brought to an end in a soaking wet London. The world record holder from Kenya, who for his fifth victory in the classic over 42.195 kilometers in the British capital, bowed for Shura Kitata.
The Ethiopian was not only the athlete who increased the pace at the decisive moment in the race and put Kipchoge behind, he also proved to have the best final sprint in his legs. Kitata won in 2.05.41, Kipchoge only crossed the finish line in 2.06.49 a minute later. The Kenyan Vincent Kipchumba entered second after Kitata (2,05.42), the Ethiopian Sisay Lemma became third in 2.05.45.
Rain and cold prevented a top time in London, where athletes took 29 coronaproof courses in St. James’s Park, near Buckingham Palace. Spectators were not allowed by the side. In that desolate and wet setting, Kipchoge suffered his first defeat in a marathon since 2013: the Kenyan, who was the first man to run the marathon under two hours last year in Vienna and set the world record in Berlin at 2.01.39 in 2018, broke after 38 kilometers.
He walked along to that point in a group of about nine more athletes, in which Kitata took the lead and began to drag. Chicken had to leave a hole that slowly grew larger. The Ethiopian continued and won his first major marathon. He was only one minute above his personal record of 2,04.49, which he established in London in 2018.
Greatness Kipchoge gave the BBC shiver afterwards. “I am deeply disappointed. I was in good shape, well prepared, but gotduring the race problems with my hip. After 15 kilometers, I already felt it wasn‘t right. I don’t know if that was because of the cold,” said the Kenyan, who became Olympic champion in Rio in 2016. “There will be more marathons. My time is not up yet.”
Mountainbike: Terpstra again second in world cup
13.30 hrs: Mountain bikester Anne Terpstra finished second in a World Cup race in Nove Mesto after Morave, Czech Republic. Once again she had to tolerate only a French; this time world champion Pauline Ferrand-Prévot. On Thursday Terpstra came second across the line behind Loana Lecomte. That ended third this time.
The Dutch champion had a 14 second lag on Ferrand-Prévot at the start of the last round, which ended in third on Thursday. Terpstra did not close the gap, but the Nijmegen was satisfied with her new podium place a week before the World Cup in Leogang, Austria.
Cycling: Deignan wins Liège-Bastogne-Liège, Van Dijk third
12.29 hours: Lizzie Deignan has written the classic Liège-Bastogne-Liège to her name. The British rider of Trek-Segafredo arrived solo after 135 kilometers from Bastogne to Liège. The Australian Grace Brown came second just behind it. Deignan‘s teammate Ellen van Dijk became third.
In the run-up to the ascent of La Redoute, a group of nine riders took off with Marianne Vos, Van Dijk and Amy Pieters. With about 30 kilometers to go, Deignan accelerated on the climb and none of the other cyclists could follow. The British quickly grabbed a head start of almost a minute. The peloton, with top favorites Anna van der Breggen and Annemiek van Vleuten, was more than two minutes behind the British.
On the Côte de la Roche-aux-Faucons, Brown went into the counter-attack. Van Vleuten’s teammate at Mitchelton-Scott came to twenty seconds from Deignan and saw her drive. However, the Australian did not get there in time. Van Dijk won the sprint of the group behind it for Vos en Pieters.
Deignan won the GP Plouay and La Course this year, where she beat Marianne Vos in Nice in the sprint. The 31-year-old British was World Champion in 2015. It is the first time she has won Liège-Bastogne-Liège. The previous editions were won by Van der Breggen (2017, 2018) and Van Vleuten (2019).
Athletics: Ummels lacks Olympic limit in London marathon
11.07 am: Athlete Bo Ummels failed to run below the limit for the Tokyo Olympic Games in the corona edition of the London Marathon. The 27-year-old Limburgse arrived after 42.195 kilometers as eighteenth in the women‘s elite race at a time of 2.39.54. That was more than 10 minutes above the required 2.28.30 to obtain an Olympic ticket.
Ummels had prepared well for the marathon, which continued despite the coronapandemic. In London there was a race route around St. James’s Park dropped off that the athletes had to run 29 times. Audience was not allowed by the side. The Dutch athlete recently won silver at the NK 10,000 meters in Leiden in a personal record (32.25.41) and her last training was also successful.
Ummels ran the first part of the race on a schedule of 2.29.30, but as the kilometers progressed, she became heavier. In the last kilometers, she almost stopped moving forward and lost a lot of time. She also did not come close to the 2.32.34, which she ran at her debut in the Amsterdam Marathon last year and with which she became Dutch champion.
Marathon running: Kosgei supreme in London
10.59 a.m.: Kenyan athlete Brigid Kosgei has not been frightened by the rain in London. The world record holder won the marathon in a dripping capital of Great Britain at a time of 2.18.58. It was her second win in a row in the women‘s race
That time was well above her world record of 2.14.04, but conditions in London were tough. The 26-year-old ran up to 30 kilometers together with the Kenyan world champion Ruth Chepngetich and then chose the adventure on her own. Her pace gradually collapsed, but the lead at the finish was impressive.
The American Sara Hall finished second in 2.22.01. She managed to catch up with Chepngetich in the slot meters. The Kenyan finished third in 2.22.05.
The race in London took place because of the coronavirus on a circuit of more than 2 kilometres around St. James’s Park, near Buckingham Palace. The athletes ran 29 laps along the course, where no spectators were allowed to be present.