ASVEL champion, Gareth Bale en MLS, Arnaud Démare favori, Journée olympique... L'actu sur un plateau

ASVEL champion, Gareth Bale en MLS, Arnaud Démare favori, Journée olympique… L’actu sur un plateau

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What you may have missed between last night and this morning

1. Basketball – Betclic Elite: ASVEL at the end of the suspense

At the end of a crazy match, ASVEL Lyon-Villeurbanne won the 21st title of French champion in its history in the elite, the third in a row and the fourth out of the last six distributed, after their victory against AS Monaco went into extra time in match 5 (84-82). Monaco, for its part, conceded its fourth defeat in the final.

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2. Football – Friendlies: The Quiet Blue against Cameroon

The French women’s team continues to prepare calmly for the Euro which will begin on July 6th. Les Bleues easily got rid of Cameroon (4-0) in Beauvais, thanks to a brace from Ouleymata Sarr and goals from Melvine Malard and Griedge Mbock. The next and last preparation match for Corinne Deacon’s players will take place next Friday in Orléans, against Vietnam.

4-0: Les Bleues did the job in a friendly against Cameroon – 06/25/2022

Credit: Imago

3. Football – Transfers: Bale heading to MLS

The announcement came late and surprised everyone. Free of any contract on July 1 when his contract with Real Madrid expires, Gareth Bale will join the United States and MLS. The Welshman has indeed communicated his upcoming signing for Los Angeles FC, in a post on his Twitter account. “See you soon, Los Angeles“, he wrote while appearing with a jersey from his new club.

4. Athletics – French Championships: Very busy day in Caen

It was intense Saturday night. Among the highlights, we note that in the absence of Wilhem Belocian and Pascal Martinot-Lagarde, Sasha Zhoya was crowned French champion in the 110m hurdles with the 5th best French performance. The promise of French athletics (20 years old) also passed the minima for the Eugene Worlds. Earlier, Wilfried Happio was attacked during his warm-up session before his 400m hurdles final… which he finally won with a time of 48.57.
“That’s the Sasha I know”: Zhoya found himself

Wilfried Happio, blindfolded after his attack, still won the title of French champion in the 400m hurdles in Caen

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Volleyball – Nations League: The France team won Sunday morning against Germany (3-1), for its last match in the Philippines. The Blues retain the lead in the standings after the second of the three group stages.

Boxing : The American Jesse Rodriguez, one of the great talents of boxing among the young generation, retained his WBC super-flyweight belt, beating by referee stoppage in the 8th round the Thai Srisaket Sor Rungvisai, Saturday in San Antonio (Texas).

Athletics : Sydney McLaughlin, reigning Olympic champion, improved her world record in the 400m hurdles on Saturday in Eugene (Oregon) with a time of 51”41.

Swimming – Worlds : Léon Marchand, a new sensation in French swimming, and the American Katie Ledecky have been named the best swimmers of this 2022 edition by the International Federation.

Golf : The American Xander Schauffele, who had a comfortable lead of five strokes the day before, saw it shrink to one unit, leading the Traveler’s Championship, a test on the North American PGA Tour, after the third round played on Saturday at Cromwell (Connecticut).

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Novak Djokovic only holds one Grand Slam title: that of the All England Club. The Serb is no longer world number one, hasn’t played a game on grass and will face ever stiffer competition with Hurkacz, Berrettini and Nadal on the prowl among others, but for Laurent Vergne and Arnaud Di Pasquale in DiP Impact, there is no bigger favorite than him in London.

“Djokovic will be under enormous pressure in London, but he remains the best on grass”

What you will be sure to follow today

1. Cycling – French Championships: 4th tricolor jersey for Démare?

While Bruno Armirail (Groupama-FDJ) won the time trial on Thursday, Arnaud Démare, triple French champion, will be the favorite of a road race rather intended for sprinters despite a hill, Sunday in Cholet. There will thus be little chance of seeing Rémi Cavagna (Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl Team) keep his title and his tunic. Julian Alaphilippe will be his return to competition.

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2. MotoGP – Dutch Grand Prix: Quartararo wants to do it again

Winner in Germany last weekend ahead of Johann Zarco, Fabio Quartararo intends to further strengthen his status as an immense favorite for his own succession. Saturday, the Niçois could not do anything to avoid the pole position of Francesco Bagnaia, who offered the absolute record of the circuit in 1’31”504. But “2nd place suits me very well”, he reacted. Confirmation (or not) at 2 p.m.

3. Olympic Games – Experience Olympic Day on Eurosport

On Sunday, all eyes will be on the Stade de France, the scene of Olympic Day. Official broadcaster of the Olympic Games, Eurosport will bring this great celebration of sport to life in the company of many guests, as the red thread of this exceptional day. As a bonus, Eurosport will broadcast the unpublished documentary directed by Boris Diaw “En Mission”.

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