Sport OJ. What you missed by the night of the French in Tokyo
Olympic Games: Between Tokyo and Paris, Delicate Double French ambition
© Odd Andersen / AFP The French flag carriers Clarisse Agbegnenou and Samir Ait Said lead their delegation at the opening ceremony of the Tokyo Olympics, the July 23, 2021. Station at the Grand Ground. At the officially open Olympics this Friday at a Ceremony in camera, the French delegation, with its 378 members, will have to take care not to pass the Parisian plow of 2024 before the Tokyoy oxen of 2021.
The Olympic Games rocked into the last week of competition on Monday. This 11th day started by the smiles of the French Handballs, qualified in the shifts, the tears of Koumba Larroque exit entry in free struggle, good performances in athletics and a finish in shooting with Jean QuaquaCoix. Here are all the results of the night in Tokyo.
The Olympic Games continue this Monday with a 11th day at thee. With the time offset, you can not all offer you the luxury to watch each night so here is a complete summary of what you have missed by the night in Tokyo. Once up-to-date, .
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The Bleues, Double and Wide Food Smiles
The France Handball team played big against Brazil tonight. Sentenced to victory to hope to play the quarterfinals,. A great relief for Olivier Krumbholz players who even sang one we do not go home at the end of the match. A founding victory?
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OJ: Judo and Fencing continue to shine France to Tokyo
© AFP / Franck Fife / AFP / Fabrice Coffrini Judokate Sarah-Leonique Csyssique (left), silver medal - 57 kg, And the Escrimer Manon Brunet, Bronze Saber Medal, Monday, Tokyo. and two that make five! although, like this weekend, it was allowed to dream bigger, higher, stronger, France continued on Monday to dig the gap on its time of passage five years ago in Rio, when She only had a small medal after three days of competition. Augured before a Tuesday that could (should?) Be prolific.
Komba Larroque Talls High
Number 1 World Wrestling, Komba Larroque embodied a real hope of medal for the French delegation. Visibly stressed,. In front of 3-0 before the last 30 seconds, Larroque then cracked. He remains a little hope of competing the race to the bronze medal in case of qualification of his opponent for the final.
Jean QUALQAMOX QUALIFIED IN FINAL OF TIR
The silver medalist in Rio qualified for the final (7:30 am French time). This is not the case of his compatriot Clement Bessaguet. Jean Quaquampoix realized the second score of qualifications (586) behind the title Olympic Champion Christian Reitz (587). They will be six for three places on the podium.
and also: -
- Athletics: Quentin Bigot in the final of the hammer's throw, Gemina Joseph will play the half of the 200 m
- Handball: Romain Lagarde replaces Timothy N'Guessan Package for the rest of the
Tournament - Online Kayak: Sarah Guyot and Manon Hostens in Half Kayaking Biplace 500 M
- Online Kayaking: Léa Jamelot and Vanina Paoletti were eliminated from the quarter-finals of Kayak Monoplace 200 m
- Etienne Hubert joins the half of K1, not Guillaume Burger
Tokyo Olympics: Rudy Gobert, France rue turnovers and missed free throws in loss to Team USA in Gold Medal game .
Although proud of their fight in this game and how far their program as come in recent year, the trio of head coach Vincent Collet, Rudy Gobert and Nicolas Batum - all at the postgame press conference - credited Team USA's defence while rueing their turnovers and missed free-throws in the loss. © Provided by Sporting News Evan Fournier, Rudy Gobert and Nicolas Batum represent France at the Tokyo Olympics "When you give those type of turnovers and also missed free throws, those kind of details, you shoot yourself in the foot," French center Rudy Gobert said in his opening comments at the postgame press conference.