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Nico Schlotterbeck: "... we have learned through the kicker"
The Schlotterbeck brothers do not drive to the Olympic football tournament and start with the SC Freiburg in the season preparation. The disappointment is great, but now both want to recommend a coach Christian prank - and see a possible competition among siblings with mixed feelings. © imago images reunited: Nico and Keven Schlotterbeck (re.) From SC Freiburg.
railway: Levy only creates it rank 5
Emma Hinze was just frustrated. After the gold dream was bursting sucked, the threefold railway world champion with the rival, their own performance and the missing luck. "I have the feeling that the competitors go against me and want me to come forward. That's curse and blessing the world champion," said the great medal hope after the bitter from the Keirin semifinals on Thursday at the Olympic railway competitions and pushed a little resigned afterwards: "I'm just a person."
Medal predictions for events at the Tokyo Olympics
TOKYO — Olympic medal predictions by AP beat writers: ___ ARCHERY Mixed Team Gold: South Korea Silver: India Bronze: United States Men’s Individual Gold: Brady Ellison, United States Silver: Kim Woojin, South Korea Bronze: Mauro Nespoli, Italy Women’s Individual Gold: Kang Chae Young, South Korea Silver: Deepika Kumari, India Bronze: An San, South Korea Men’s Team Gold: South Korea Silver: China Bronze: United States Women’s Team Gold: South Korea Silver: Taiwan Bronze: Mexico ARTISTIC GYMNASTICS Team Final Men Gold: ROC Silver: China Bronze: Japan Women Gold: United States Silver: ROC Bronze: China All-Around Men Gold: Nikita Nagornyy, ROC Silver: Sun Wei, China Bronze: Daiki H
The great favorite experienced the first big disappointment at the Olympic Games. After a Keirin competition for forgetting, the 23-year-old ran out on the high-speed rail as the last in its semi-final run. In the end, it was enough to place in the martial sprint 7. Thus, she clearly missed her second medal after she had brought silver with Lea Sophie Friedrich in the teamprint.
somehow it was not that way. "I could not drive my race as I wanted. It was four times like that. I'm surprised, even in the semi-finals," Hinze explained and also led Lospech. Again and again she had to start on the worst position. "It's not an excuse, but luck was not on my side. I pulled the six every time. I always had to do the same," said Hinze. So she stopped in the semifinals in the sprint and swuded with empty views to the finish.
railway team complains "Underground" Quartier
"ancient", "Trist", "underground": The German railroaders have expressed significant criticism of their accommodation at the Olympic Games. © Provided by Sport1.de Bahnrad team complains "Underground" Quartier "ancient", "Trist", "Underground": The German railroaders have expressed significant criticism of their accommodation at the Olympic Games.
that - the logical episode
"You have to be wide awake. Emma wants to defend, but makes the Sprint corridor free. The oncesee of the Keirin is, always remain on the black line," analyzed the cross-sectional record World Champion Kristina Vogel as ZDF -Expertin the faulty run of the Cottbusin. Hinze held that she had barely come to the black line. Bird had brought the last single Olympic victory of a German cyclist in the sprint in Rio in Rio in Rio.
That from Hinze in the semifinals was almost the logical consequence. In the first round on Wednesday ("I've lost the barrel") she was already before that, trembled only over the hope in the quarterfinals. There, after a fall of two rivals reached 4th place to progress. Sovereign was different. And in the semi-final law she took the lead, but could not hold it anymore.
For their two-year-younger teammate Lea Sophie Friedrich ran it even worse. The 21-year-old adopted in the quarter-finals from the competition. Thus, the German railway team must continue to wait for the third medal. On Tuesday, the German women-fours had brought a world record gold.
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"The girls belongs to the future"
time for breathable is hardly for Hin. Already on Friday, the sprint competition in which she and Friedrich actually count to the candidates on a medal. "Then the cards are mixed new," said the native Hildesheimerin. National coach Detlef Uibel had praised his two jewels after the Teamsprint. "Lea is 21, Emma 23. The girls are the future," says the coach.
Among the German men, Routinian Maximilian Levy had old class open, more than the quarterfinals was not in the 34-year-old from Cottbus. For this was the Brite Jack Carlin in two runs too strong, ultimately Levy became fifth. This makes no German driver more in the king's discipline, after ex-world champion Stefan Bötticher (Chemnitz) had already failed a round before.
Roger Kluge took the ninth place in the Omnium. The four-time Olympic participant came on Thursday after the four disciplines Scratch, Temporary Races, excretioning and point-driving on 91 points. The Olympiciegieg was the Brite Matthew Walls with 153 meters in front of the New Zealand Campbell Stewart (129 points) and the Italian Elia Viviani (124).
Kenny scores cycling gold for Brits, Valente same for US .
IZU, Japan (AP) — Jason Kenny became Britain's most decorated Olympian on Sunday when he defended his keirin title on the final day of track cycling at the Tokyo Games, breaking a tie with Chris Hoy with his seventh gold medal and a stalemate with Bradley Wiggins with his ninth overall. Jennifer Valente gave the hard-luck American cycling team a gold medal when she got up from a crash in the omnium-ending points race to hang on to her lead, while Kelsey Mitchell scored gold for Canada in the women's sprint. The focus in the velodrome was on Kenny, though.