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Comenentia hammer thrower eliminated after three wrong attempts
7:11 PM: Denzel Cominentia did not qualify for the hammer throw final at the World Championships in Athletics in Eugene, USA. The 26-year-old athlete from Amsterdam, who trains and lives in the United States, was disappointed in qualifying with three incorrect attempts.
Comenentia was the first Dutchman to play in the World Championships at Hayward Field, the modern athletics stadium in Eugene (Oregon). The last Dutch championship in Apeldoorn also ended in disappointment. Until then he hadn’t gotten the 7.26-kilogram heavy bullet right out of the cage.
Comenentia wasn’t really one of the favorites to win a medal. His best distance this season is 75.21 metres, so he is not very high in the world standings.
Second show jump in Nations Cup Falsterbo
7:09 PM: Dutch show jumpers finished second at the Nations Cup (FEI Nations Cup) in Falsterbo, Sweden. As a result, national coach Guus Lansink’s team is now at the top of the general classification. Moreover, the Netherlands is already sure of its participation in the Nations Cup final in Barcelona. “It was great. I’m very happy with it,” said Lancink.
“We’re back with a lot of strength,” Lancink continues. “In the first moto we were a little behind. But after that, the Zero Rounds always take us to the top of the rankings.” Qualifying for Barcelona is a great bonus, according to the former world champion. As was the intention to achieve it. But that is not the main goal for this year. This qualifies us for the Paris Olympics.”
The latter should take place at the World Cup next month in Herning, Denmark. Lansink will announce his selection on Wednesday. Holland started in Falsterbo with Jur Vrieling, Johnny Pals, Patrick Lemmen and Harrie Smolders. Belgium won the match.
ADO in the first home game of the new season without an audience
6.26 pm: ADO Den Haag must finish the first home game of the new season in the Kitchen Champion Division without an audience. ADO FC will face Den Bosch in front of empty stands on Friday, August 14th.
The Football Prosecutor imposed this penalty in response to the disturbances at ADO Den Haag – Excelsior on May 29. Around that match, where promotion to the Eredivisie was at stake, ADO fans misbehaved. ADO gave up its 3-0 lead against Rotterdam and eventually became 4-4. Excelsior secured promotion via penalties which became necessary, which led to great frustration among the club’s fans from The Hague.
ADO accepted the ruling and decided not to appeal.
MVV will play in the morning on Tuesday because of the heat
3:03 pm: MVV will play the exhibition match against Patro Esden on Tuesday morning instead of the evening. Maastricht FC decided to do so due to the expected heat.
According to forecasts, the temperature in Maastricht could rise to 39 degrees on Tuesday. “In such temperatures, the health of all field participants is at risk. De Geusselt’s artificial turf doubles this temperature by another five to ten degrees,” according to the MVV report.
The match starts now at 10:00 am.
Marc Marquez can begin rehabilitation six weeks after surgery
13:57: Motorcycle rider Marc Marquez has been given permission to start physical therapy six weeks after surgery on his left arm in the United States. “We have taken an important step in the recovery process,” the Spaniard, the six-time world champion in MotoGP, said during his team’s Repsol Honda race.
The 29-year-old Marquez broke his right arm during the 2020 Spanish Grand Prix. He then missed the entire season, and had to undergo three more surgeries. His most recent operation is the fourth. “In this second examination, the doctors confirmed that the upper arm bone is properly secured. With this we can begin physical therapy in the right arm. I am very happy to be able to regain mobility in my arm and I thank the entire medical team for the care and attention.”
Marquez wants to return to MotoGP in 2023. The Spaniard will remain in the US for now to continue working on his recovery.
PEC Zwolle appoints Czaikowski of the Talpa Network as Director
12.37 pm: Xander Czaikowski is the new general manager of football club PEC Zwolle. Born in Zwolle, he still works for the Talpa Network, where he is responsible for the digital distribution of audio and video content.
The 46-year-old Czaikowski starts September 1 at PEC, which has been relegated to the first division and forms management at Zwolle alongside head coach Marcel Bodstein.
“My love for football and my excessive interest in the business side of the football world combine well in this position. I expect that with my knowledge and experience I can add a number of important things to the organization,” says Tchaikovsky.
The spectator record has already been broken in the Women’s European Championships
11.57 am: At the European Women’s Football Championship in England, the viewing record was already broken after two rounds. With the France-Belgium match (2-1) the limit of 240,045 fans was exceeded. This number was reached at the previous European Championship, in 2017 in the Netherlands.
There are still fifteen matches to be played in England: eight group matches, four quarter-final matches, a semi-final, and a final. UEFA expects to draw close to half a million visitors. The final was sold out on July 31 at Wembley, with an audience of 90,000.
UEFA reports that, as with the men’s final tournaments, places remain empty for some matches. Tickets sold out, but not used.
Football players from the United States and Canada vie for a place at the Paris Games
7:22 am: Football players from the United States and Canada will compete on Monday for a place at the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris. Both countries reached the Gold Cup final on Thursday in CONCACAF, a union of nations from North and Central America and the Caribbean, Canada and Costa Rica.
The United States, the world champions, beat Costa Rica 3-0. Emily Sonnett and Mallory Pugh scored in the first half, followed by a goal from Ashley Sanchez after the break.
Canada defeated Jamaica in the other semi-final match also 3-0. The goals were scored by Jesse Fleming, Alicia Chapman and Adriana Lyon.
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