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Sport Jo: Van der Poel, Richardson, Peaty ... 5 reasons to put his alarm clock on Sunday night to Monday

21:30  25 july  2021
21:30  25 july  2021 Source:   lefigaro.fr

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The technical, physical course, releasing only a few respite spaces should serve a spectacular race. A runner will crystall the looks, the Dutch Mathieu van der Poel. Raymond Poulidor's grandson left the Tour de France after a first bright week (a stage victory, six days in yellow). Cyclo-Cross World Champion, he wants to add a new line to his track. The French Victor Koretzky and Jordan Sarrou (who made a very spectacular fall in training) are among the solid outsiders.

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for a new Adam Peaty show? The British reigns on the discipline (he has 19 of the 20 best performances of all time). He dominated his head and shoulders his semifinal. He has an appointment, on Monday, for the defense of his title, who had won gold for the first time in Rio, five years ago. In the semi-finals, Peaty is the only one to be passed under the 58 '' (57''63). He hoisted the world record at 56''88.


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Fencing (2h)

Wake up by the incredible exploit of Romain Cannone, Olympic sword champion Sunday, the French fencing will want to confirm this Monday with pretty assets in his sleeve. In masculine foil, with its title of world champion in 2019, Enzo Lefort wants to succeed and thus win its second Olympic medal after teams in Rio (silver). At the Sabers, Manon Brunet, current 3rd world, will be the leader in front of Cécilia Berder and Charlotte Lembach, knowing that all can ambition the podium.

Handball, France-Brazil (2h)

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This time no slip ups for van Vleuten .
Australian Grace Brown was fourth as Dutch cycling star Annemiek van Vleuten gained Olympic redemption with gold in the women's time trial.Dutch road cycling star Annemiek van Vleuten is the Olympic gold medallist in the time trial.

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