Frenchman Simon Gauzy won his place in the round of 16 singles this Tuesday at the Tokyo Olympics. He beat the Dane Jonathan Groth in four sets. After the elimination of Emmanuel Lebesson, Simon Gauzy gave back the brilliance to French table tennis, this Tuesday, at the Tokyo Olympics. The 2016 European vice-champion got rid of the Dane Jonathan Groth in the third round of the men’s singles. He played with fire in the first set, beating himself up as he led 10-5, before winning 12-10. The native of Toulouse validated his qualification for the knockout stages in 37 minutes after a great battle (12-10, 11-9, 11-9, 11-5). Gauzy will face the Chinese Ma Long, reigning Olympic champion, this Tuesday (1:30 p.m.). read also The men’s singles table at the Tokyo Olympics read also All the news from the Tokyo Olympics
Dark day for French mountain biking. While Pauline Ferrand-Prévôt and Loana Lecomte came forward as the two main favorites for the Olympic title, neither could grab a podium. It was the Swiss Jolanda Neff who won the gold after a race mastered from start to finish, ahead of her compatriots Sina Frei and Linda Indergand, for a 100% Swiss podium.
Sebastian Coe, the president of the International Federation, said on Tuesday that he was in favor of a change in the status of cannabis, which is among the prohibited products.
OLYMPIC GAMES – We are accompanying you for this fourth Olympic day with French people competing from everywhere
Nice day this Tuesday in Enoshima for Marie Bolou who finished 7th and 2nd in the Laser Radial regattas. Halfway through the championship, the Frenchwoman climbed from 19th to 9th place in the general classification (before jury).
A valiant Nigeria – the next opponent of the Blue – did not give in until the end of the game against the six-fold American title holders (72-81).
The French Jérémy Chardy (68th in the world) achieved a good performance this Tuesday in the second round of the Tokyo Olympics, beating the No. 11 seed, the Russian Aslan Karatsev (7-5, 4-6, 6- 3).
The Scandinavians won a second large success in these Games against the reigning Olympic champion (36-24). Brazil confirmed its good level by strangling Hungary (33-27).
The French Jianan Yuan lost after a long fight of seven rounds, this Tuesday, against the South Korean Jihee Jeon, in the third round of the Tokyo Olympics.
Let’s go for the 49er FX and the tandem Lili Sebesi and Albane Dubois at the Tokyo Olympics. After the first three races run this Tuesday in Enoshima, the French women are ninth in the standings.
The French slalom rider was taken out in the semi-final of the single-seater kayak (K1) finishing in 14th place. The Australian Jessica Fox has once again impressed, and advances to the final as a favorite.
The young Althéa Laurin (19) qualified this Tuesday morning for the semi-finals of the Olympic tournament in 67 kg by eliminating the reigning Olympic champion Shuyin Zheng.
The successful debuts of Clarisse Agbégnénou in judo and Althéa Laurin in taekwondo, those missed by the French basketball players, the fifth place of Léonie Périault in the triathlon … Here is a summary of what happened during the night from Monday to Tuesday at the Tokyo Olympics.
A Brazilian judge questions the change in voting rules in 2017, to justify the cancellation of the election of the president of the CBF, Rogerio Caboclo, in 2018.
If the IOC has authorized the athletes to drop the mask for 30 seconds on the podium, the rule remains to wear it permanently before and after the events.
Sandrine Billet, Clarisse Agbégnénou’s first opponent in Tokyo, considers it an honor to have been eliminated by the Frenchwoman in the round of 16.
The Australian selection has received permission from New Zealand to enter its territory and face the All Blacks in the Bledisloe Cup and Rugby Championship.
A candidate for the medal at the Tokyo Olympics and potential opponent of Clarisse Agbégnénou in the -63 kg final, Japanese Miku Tashiro was taken out of the tournament in the second round on Tuesday.
Naomi Osaka will not be on the podium at “her” Olympic Games. The Japanese stumbled over Czech Marketa Vondrousova in the round of 16 (6-1, 6-4) on Tuesday in Tokyo.
The interior of the France team Sandrine Gruda did not hide her disappointment Tuesday morning after the defeat of the Blue against Japan (74-70) for their first match of the Olympic Games in Tokyo.