Sport OJ of Tokyo - KAYAK (H): Neveu in the final with the second time
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Kayakist Boris Neveu, who disputes his first 35-year-old Olympic Games, qualified for the final, who will start at 9am
???? Boris Neveu, solid during his semi-finals run, qualifies for the grand final of the masculine slalom kayak!
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The first French canoeing medal will fall this Friday? We will know it quickly. Still, Boris Neveu has three out of ten chances of rising on the podium, since he will play the kayak final, from 9:00 (French time). The 35-year-olds, world champion 2014, which disputes its first Olympic Games after failing to qualify in 2012 and 2016 in this discipline to one single representative by country, has not missed in the semi-finals, signing The second chrono in 94 "86, without the slightest time penalty. party sixtieth out of twenty, he took the head of the ranking, but not for a long time, since the bib 17, the Czech Jiri Prskavec, bronze medalist in 2016, Himed him in front of the stride, succeeding 92 "29, with two seconds of penalty. Boris Neveu will therefore leave in second position of the final, and all hopes are allowed! Note the elimination of the Olympic Vice Champion in title, the Slovenian Peter Kauzer, only twelfth of these semifinals, and the fifth place of the native of Tahiti, Lucien Delfour, who has been carrying the colors of Australia since 2014.
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