Wightman, Dos Santos, Patterson… What to remember from Tuesday night in Eugene

Each evening at these Worlds has surprises in store and Tuesday’s session did not escape this observation. In a 1,500m started on very fast bases, the Briton Jake Wightman won in the sprint ahead of the reigning Olympic champion, the Norwegian Jakob Ingebrigtsen. The latter took the lead 800m from the line, setting a very … Read more

Thiam, Barshim, Kipyegon… What to remember from the night from Monday to Tuesday in Eugene

The suspense remained almost complete until the end of the heptathlon. Already crowned in 2017, the Belgian Nafissatou Thiam regained the title which had eluded her in 2019 thanks to an 800m of fire allowing her to erase her delay in the classification on the Dutchwoman Anouk Vetter, ending in agony 7 seconds behind. her … Read more

Cheptegei, Tola, what to remember from the third morning of the Eugene Worlds

10,000 m (H): Cheptegei retains its property “It was a real championship race. » Ugandan Joshua Cheptegei sums up the 10,000m which saw him retain his world title in the distance. Together with his compatriot Jacob Kiplimo, Cheptegei took responsibility to lead the train from the 3,000 meters and launched a sharp attack at the … Read more

Bigot, Finot, Gidey, what to remember from the second morning of the Eugene Worlds

If the tricolor camp could harbor some regrets with Quentin Bigot’s 4th place in the hammer on Saturday in Eugene, the second morning of the World Championships smiled on the French. Hammer: Bigot narrowly fails Quentin Bigot ranked 4th in the hammer with a throw of 80.24m, close to his personal best (80.55m). The French … Read more

Women’s Euro: Ada Hegerberg and Norway eliminated, Austria against Germany in the quarterfinals

Ada Hegerberg and Norway will not play the quarter-finals of the Euro, and that is logical. Pulverized by England (0-8) in their previous match, the Scandinavians absolutely had to beat Austria to pass the group stage. But it was their opponent who dominated this meeting from start to finish, and the Austrian victory (1-0), obtained … Read more

Quentin Bigot qualified for the hammer throw final of the World Championships

Quentin Bigot qualified for the final of the hammer competition of the World Championships in Athletics which began Friday in Eugene (USA, Oregon). After achieving 75.62m on his first attempt, the vice world champion managed 77.95m on the second attempt, the qualification limit being 77.50m. “I felt pretty good, not too stressed, explained the Messin. … Read more

Caqueret (OL) after the victory at Bourg: “We hope to win all our matches in August”

“What did you think of this game?There are a lot of things to correct but it was a first game. We will do everything to be on top at the beginning of August. This month has not always been great in recent years for us and we hope to win all our matches. We will … Read more

Nick Kyrgios outclasses Cristian Garin to play his first Grand Slam half at Wimbledon

The terrible child of Australian tennis has grown up. Eight years after having struck down Rafael Nadal in the round of 16 of Wimbledon, at only 19 years old, Nick Kyrgios finally crossed the milestone of the quarter-finals in the Grand Slam. Considered by many to be a wasted talent, the entertainment worker managed the … Read more

Ons Jabeur in the semi-finals of a Grand Slam: “I’ve been hoping for this for a long time”

“How do you feel after qualifying for your first Grand Slam semi-final?I am very happy that my trip here continues and I am happy to have been able to play better in the second and third sets. I started to feel really better from the start of the second run. I became more aggressive and … Read more

Rafael Nadal dominates Botic van de Zandschulp at Wimbledon to advance to quarters

After having stuck with the master of the place at Roland-Garros, Botic van de Zandschulp hoped to hurt Rafael Nadal a little more at Wimbledon. But the 26-year-old Dutchman did not really hold up better on the London turf than on the Parisian ocher and lost, like a month earlier, in three sets on Monday … Read more