Japan’s Aaron Wolf won the gold medal in the -100 kg category at the Tokyo Olympics on Thursday. Japan now has eight gold medals, in judo alone, at the Tokyo Olympics. Thursday, after that of Shori Hamada (against Madeleine Malonga) in -78 kg, Aaron Wolf won in the -100 kg. The judoka, born of an American father and a Japanese mother, won in the final against South Korean Cho Gu-ham on ippon. The two bronze medals went to the Portuguese Jorge Fonseca, the reigning world champion, and Niiaz Iliasov, of the Olympic Committee of Russia. read also The table

Emre Can has opened up about Dortmund’s ambitions as well as his wishes for the national team. The midfielder would particularly like to ride the wave of last season, where Borussia won the German Cup and landed their ticket for the C1.

Argentina, winner of Tunisia (3-2) in group B, passes 4th, ahead of France, in the standings. The Blues, who face Russia this Friday, are doomed to the feat to hope to see the quarter-finals.

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The American leader Nick Johnson, already passed through the 92 club in 2019, is Nanterre’s fifth recruit for 2021-2022.

While he was not a big fan of the Olympic Games, Rory McIlroy, who is playing his first Games in Tokyo, is already looking forward to being in Paris in 2024.

Florent Manaudou and Maxime Grousset both passed the obstacle in the 50m freestyle. Second qualifying time, Manaudou reassured about his state of form.

Announced in the sights of Tottenham and Real Madrid during the month of June, Mauricio Pochettino finally extended his contract with PSG until 2023. The Argentine coach reconsidered his choice. “I am really very happy. I am for me but also for my staff. I think it’s very important for us to feel the support of the club and of course I want to thank President Nasser, Leonardo and Paris Saint-Germain for trusting us. We hope that all together

With the bronze of Romane Dicko and Teddy Riner this Friday, the France team won seven medals at the Olympic Games in Tokyo. She equaled her record from the 1992 and 2012 Olympics.

Alexander Zverev defeated Novak Djokovic, the favorite of the men’s singles, Friday, in the semi-finals of the Olympic tournament (1-6, 6-3, 6-1). Dominated early on, the German has won 10 of the last 11 games to claim one of the biggest wins of his career.

FC Metz formalized this Thursday, at the Saint-Symphorien Stadium, its new home and away outfits for the coming season.

In the absence of superstar Simone Biles, forfeit the all-around gymnastics competition for the Tokyo Olympics, her compatriot Sunisa Lee won gold on Thursday. A relief for the American, who felt during the hours preceding the denouement an enormous pressure on her shoulders.

It had been announced several weeks ago, but recent events at the club have erased discussions about the shirt and its next sponsor. Here it is formalized, this Friday, July 30, the agreement between the Girondins de Bordeaux and the operator Winamax. Which becomes, from this 2021-22 season and for three years, the major sponsor [&hellip

The France team won with a significant gap (87-62) against Nigeria on Friday and remains alive in the race for the quarter-finals in the women’s tournament at the Tokyo Olympic Games.

Antoine Rozner is 15th after two rounds in the Olympic golf tournament. In Tokyo, the Frenchman is in ambush with three shots of a medal.

The principle of the box jump is to make a sheathed and dynamic jump on a very stable box (wooden or metal box). Hugo Blanchet, cross training coach, explains the exercise to us.

Frustrated at not having won a gold medal in 78 at the Tokyo Olympics this Friday, Romane Dicko nevertheless managed to appreciate her podium.

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by Fourth Olympic medal for Teddy Riner. The 32-year-old judoka won the bronze medal in the 100 kg category on Friday after his golden score victory over Japan’s Hisayoshi Harasawa.

Gone are the dreams of “Golden Slam” of Novak Djokovic, who led 6-1, 3-2, break, in the semi-finals, Friday, against Alexander Zverev, before being totally overthrown by the German (1-6, 6-3, 6-1).

Great sensation in the Olympic men’s tennis tournament. World number one Novak Djokovic was taken out in the semi-finals by the German Alexander Zverev, 5th player in the world, in three sets (1-6, 6-3, 6-1). A disillusionment for the Serbian who will not be able to achieve the Golden Slam.

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