WHAT YOU MAY HAVE LOST BETWEEN LAST NIGHT AND THIS MORNING
1. Formula 1 – Canadian GP: Imperial, Verstappen widens the gap a bit more
Max Verstappen (Red Bull) increased his lead at the top of the World Cup by securing his sixth victory in 2022 on Sunday in Montreal, where he resisted pressure from Carlos Sainz (Ferrari). He has a 46-point lead over Sergio Perez, forced to retire, and 49 over Charles Leclerc (Ferrari), fifth. Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) took his second podium this year.
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Max Verstappen (Red Bull) celebrates his victory at the Canadian Grand Prix on June 19, 2022
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2. Swimming – World Championships: Wattel, a first silver
The day after Léon Marchand’s 400m combined world title, Marie Wattel added a second medal to the French contingent by winning silver in the 100m butterfly on Sunday in Hungary. With a time of 56 “14, the Frenchwoman was only surpassed by the American Torri Huske. This is her first medal in the individual World Cup.
Marie Wattel savors her 2nd place, synonymous with silver medal, in the 100 m butterfly at the 2022 World Swimming Championships in Budapest
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3. Fencing – European Championships: The pass of 4 for a clinical Borel
One way. And even more than that. On Sunday in Antalya, Yannick Borel won his fourth individual European Sword Champion title by beating Tristan Tulen in the final. The French won 15-1 against the 57th world shooter. Sara Balzer won the bronze in the women’s saber.
Yannick Borel crowned for the fourth time in his career at the European Championships.
4. Handball – Champions League: Barça retain the title at the end of the suspension
FC Barcelona is still on the roof of Europe. The Spanish club beat the Polish team of Kielce in the final on Sunday in Cologne, 5 shots on goal to 3, after a draw in overtime (32-32). This is the 11th title of the most prestigious continental club competition for Catalans, and the first time a team has retained its title in the Final Four.
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WE HAVE ALSO RETAINED FOR YOU
- Golf : The American Jennifer Kupcho won the Meijer LPGA Classic, beating her compatriot and defending champion Nelly Korda, as well as the Irish Leona Maguire, on Sunday in Belmont (Michigan).
- Football : Girona marked their return to the Spanish first division by winning 3-1 against Tenerife in the play-off final.
- Golf : Nine years after winning as an amateur, on the same route in Brookline (Massachusetts), the Englishman Matt Fitzpatrick made the US Open, lifting the Grand Slam, the first title of his career in the American PGA circuit.
- Tennis : Russia’s Natela Dzalamidze, the 43rd WTA world doubles player, has changed her nationality to take part in the Wimbledon tournament, according to the British newspaper The Times. She is now Georgian.
- swimming : Swimming aims to become “the first sport“creating an ‘open category’ to allow transgender athletes to compete separately,” Husain Al-Musallam, president of the International (Fine) Federation, announced in Budapest.
- swimming : Frenchmen Yohann Ndoye Brouard and Emma Terebo have qualified for their respective 100m backstroke finals at the Budapest World Swimming Championships.
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WHAT YOU CAN’T MISS FROM FOLLOWING TODAY
1. Basketball – Betclic Elite: The Roca team must recover after their slap received
While the NBA Finals ended a few days ago with the title of Warriors, in France, the show continues in a very tight final. On Monday, the Monaco and ASVEL players meet for the third time. Results so far, a victory everywhere but this match at the home of the Roca Team could be a turning point in this series. During their last face-off, the Monegasques had been defeated 91-54.
Chris Jones (asvel) vs. Paris Lee (monaco) during match 1 of the Betclic Elite final
2. Tennis – ATP and WTA: Eastbourne, Santa Ponsa and Bad Homburg recover
After Queen’s and Halle, ATP and WTA players return to the United States and Spain. After his quarter-finals with Queen’s, the Finn Emil Ruusuvuori will oppose Ilya Ivashka for his entry into the race in Mallorca. Eastbourne’s No. 5 seed Garbine Muguruza, as well as Reilly Opelka in the men’s category, entered the race. Alizé Cornet enters the competition in Germany.
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