World amateur team: France in ambush

Before the last round of the Men’s World Amateur Team Championship, this Saturday on the Albatros at the Golf National, the suspense remains as five nations are held in 2 small points. Behind Sweden (-23), which managed a fantastic comeback to take the lead thanks to an impressive day in -14 (Tobias Jonsson, -8, and … Read more

Five things to know about the Omega European Masters

50th edition Thursday will start the 50th edition of the European Masters. This tournament was part of the European Tour’s first international schedule in 1972 and has been around ever since, with only one omission in 2020, when it was canceled due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The Swiss Open, as the tournament was originally known, … Read more

PGA Tour Final: All about the Tour Championship

The 2022 PGA Tour season will end on Sunday in Atlanta, where the FedExCup champion will be crowned. World No. 1 Scottie Scheffler, the PGA Tour leader in wins this season (4), will start Thursday as No. 1 in the FedExCup standings and start the Tour Championship at -10, thanks to his No. General classification. … Read more

What to remember from Friday morning

The men’s 4x100m relay qualified for the final scheduled for Sunday by taking Friday morning, in cool and rainy weather, 2nd place in its semi-final in 38”17, the 2nd fastest time of the morning as well. Méba-Mickaël Zeze, Pablo Mateo, Ryan Zeze and Jimmy Vicaut had a serious race, and will of course try in … Read more

Evan Fournier after France-Belgium: “A form of sufficiency”

“After the victory against Italy on Tuesday (100-68), you had more difficulty getting started against Belgium (success 90-71)… We mustn’t cut corners: we were very focused against Italy because we weren’t satisfied with our match there (victory 78-77 AD in Bologna), we wanted to win in another way. This evening (Thursday), I think there was … Read more

A giant step for the promising Just Kwaou-Mathey, bronze medalist in Munich

At the time of his passage in the mixed zone on Wednesday evening, the story did not yet say if “the friend” Dayot Upamecano was in the spans of the Olympic stadium in Munich to admire the race of Just Kwaou-Mathey. Having met at the Évreux FC football club, the two Normans have kept strong … Read more

Iga Swiatek out by Madison Keys in Cincinnati Round of 16

For six months, on hard as on clay, Iga Swiatek was irreproachable. Having become No. 1 after the early retirement of Ashleigh Barty, the Pole notably won her second Roland-Garros, leaving the impression that tennis had found its new queen. But after 37 straight wins, she looked mentally worn out. At Wimbledon, she yielded in … Read more

Jakob Ingebritsen does the 1500-5000m double, Nafissatou Thiam wins the heptathlon, Malaika Mihambo beaten at length

In the 1500 meters, Jakob Ingebrigtsen, Olympic champion over the distance, retained his European title in Munich on Thursday in 3’32”76, at the same time setting the record for the Championships, held since 1994 by Fermin Cacho. As in 2018, he managed the 1500m-5000m double. The Norwegian beat Briton Jake Heyward (3’34”44) and Spaniard Mario … Read more