World jo: judo, mountain bike, basketball ... 5 good reasons to put the alarm clock in the night from Monday to Tuesday
Judo star sent home over explosive protest
An Algerian judo athlete will be sent home after he withdrew from the competition to avoid potentially facing an Israeli opponent. Fethi Nourine and his coach, Amar Benikhlef, told Algerian media they were withdrawing to avoid a possible second-round matchup with Israel's Tohar Butbul in the men's 73 kg division on Monday. Nourine was drawn to face Sudan's Mohamed Abdalrasool in the opening round, with the winner facing Butbul, the fifth-seed.
Basketball Women, France-Japan (3h).
The blue finally launch their tournament. First step, Japan: " is a capital match, against the host country, with a lot of constraints, especially at 10am. But we are focused on the performance that must be done. Japan is a particular basketball country, a rising country. These are quick players, a basketball, a basketball that is not used to face , "summed up, suspicious, Valérie Garnier, coach of the France team.
ATV, Cross-Country Women (8h).
Two French people wear the favorite pancart of the mountain bike event, Loana Lecomte, the feeling of the season and Pauline Ferrand-Pay, the experienced. The technical circuit, Physics pleases the blue. In a discipline that has often managed to the French since the arrival in the Olympic program in 1996, the last French Gold is Julie Bresset, titled in 2012 in London.
Algerian Judoka does not want to fight against Israeli - Exclusion
Tokyo. A Judoka from Algeria ensures the first scandal of the Olympic Games in Tokyo: Fethi Nurine does not occur with the competitions because he does not want to fight against an Israeli. As a consequence, he is excluded from the games. © Vincent Thian In this hall, the Judo competitions should take place. shortly after the official opening of the Olympic Games in Tokyo, there is a political scandal.
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Judo, -63kg Women (3h).
for Clarisse Agbengenou,. Or rather must arrive on Tuesday. The flag holder sets out to conquer his first Olympic title, which has won five world titles but had failed five years ago in Rio. At the age of 28, she is at the top of her art, no longer lost since February 2019. And the one who had battered at the time, Japanese Nami Nabekura, is not even in the painting of Tokyo. Suffice to say that all the seers seem green for Agbegnnen, who gave the voice already in the Nippon Budokan dojo to support his partners, including Amandine Buchard. The first French judo gold medal in Tokyo must be for this Tuesday.
Aussie judoka Katz bows out in round-of-16
Australian judoka Nathan Katz has lost his round-of-16 bout at the Tokyo Olympics, capping a remarkable journey to these Games.Katz defeated Peru's Juan Postigos in his opening bout, when both competitors battled throughout normal time without scoring a point.
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surf, quarter-finals (1h36).
only French still in the quarter of the quarterfinals, Michel Bourez will face the Brazilian Gabriel Medina, double world champion on the circuit Pro (2014 and 2018) and current world number 1, broken with the kind of waves of this place Peaceful. In other words, the 35-year-old Polynesian will have to realize a real feat if he wants to continue his journey during a day where the half and the final will also take place, because of the approach of a storm on Japan and the Tokyo region.
Table tennis, single men (4:00).
mission impossible. Opposed for the 3rd round at the Chinese Fan Zhendong, Emmanuel Lebesson will have to realize a huge feat to hope to continue his way. World number 1 at 24, Chinese leaves only crumbs to his opponents with an extremely complete game. Only small argument in his unfavoring, he discovers the games and could be caught up by the pressure. And if Lebesson manages to evolve at the level that allowed him to be European champion in 2016 ... even like that, it continues to seem impossible. More reason, no doubt, to look, just in case.
Boomers star secures long-awaited NBA deal .
After being forced to say no to NBA deals for years, Boomers sharpshooter Jock Landale will finally set foot in the United States.Landale has impressed in Australia's 4-0 start at the Tokyo Olympics, providing vital outside shooting and rebounding, particularly after the injury to Aron Baynes. He has averaged 13.3 points and 4.3 rebounds per game so far in Tokyo.