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Luiten 36 in the British Masters Tournament, Danish golfer Olesen wins

9.12 pmJoost Luiten finished 36th in the British Masters Championships. The overall victory was won by Danish golfer Thorbjørn Olesen, who, despite a mediocre last round of 73 strokes, kept a two-stroke ahead of Swede Sebastian Soderbergh: -10 to -9.

Lutein came in four days with a score of -2. He cycled 71 strokes for three days and also scored a round of 73 strokes. Daan Huizing was 51 with a +2 and Darius Van Driel (+4) was 57. Will Besling didn’t make that cut.

Dutch dressage champion Van Liere

8.40 pm: Dinja van Liere becomes the Dutch dressage champion in Ermelo with her stallion Hermès. Second place went to Thamar Zweistra and Marieke van der Putten came third. Emily Schultens had to withdraw from Corvinal because her horse Desperado was not fit.

“I am very happy with this, this is my second national championship with the seniors and then coming home with the gold is fantastic,” said the 31-year-old. „I was disappointed that Emily withdrew from the freestyle, which is a disgrace to the championship and a disgrace to Emily. It could have been a real struggle after Emily showed yesterday how good she was. I want to become a champion because I’m the best, it’s easier for me now.”

Van Lier came in with 161.111 percent, much better than Zoestra’s 151.974 percent.

Driver Visser takes third place after his first W Series race at the weekend in Miami

7:31 PM: Petsky-Visser finished third in the standings after the first race of the weekend in the W Series, in Miami. The 27-year-old driver Cyrene Racing on Saturday finished third, and on Sunday finished seventh.

Emily de Heuss, also from Sirin Racing, finished 10th in race 1 and 12th in race 2 in Miami. De Heus made her debut in the Women’s Championship.

The victory in both races went to Britain’s Jimmy Chadwick, who now has 50 points. Visser has 21 points, one point more than Britain’s Abby Boleyn. De Heus had one point with her 10th place finish.

Beach volleyball players De Groot and Bormanns attend the podium in Doha

7:31 PMBeach volleyball players Yurik de Groot and Stefan Bormanns just missed the podium at the Pro Tour Championships in Doha. The Dutch duo lost the bronze medal match to Austrians Martin Irmakura and Moritz Presthaus in two sets: 21-17, 21-18.

Earlier on Sunday, De Groot and Bormanns lost the semi-final match against Italians Paolo Nicolai and Samuel Cotavava in three sets.

Among the women, Katja Stam and Raisa Schon, who are leading the world rankings thanks to their strong performances at the start of the current season, were knocked out in the quarter-finals on Saturday.

Motocross racer Gajser extends lead with win at Italian Grand Prix

6.26 pm: Motocross racer Tim Gajser won the Italian Grand Prix at the MXGP. The Slovenian won both bikes at the Maggiora circuit and consolidated his lead in the World Cup.

Gajser won the first and second races, ahead of Swiss Jeremy Sior and French Maxime Renault. In the World Cup standings, his score reached 336 points, and therefore he was ahead of Renault (255) and Sior (231).

Calvin Flannren finished fourth in the Grand Prix results. He was fourth in the first moto and seventh in the second. Glenn Coldenhoff finished 10th after 8th and 12th. Brian Bogers was still two places behind after ninth and fourteenth.

Jeffrey Herlings disappeared in Italy. The world champion had already missed the first six games of the season with a broken left heel and announced last week that he will also skip the rest of the season due to surgery.

Dreamsma Dynamo volleyball players extend their national title

4:42 PM: The Volleyball players of the Dreamsma Dynamo cemented their national title with a fresh victory over Active Living Orion. Apeldoorn won 3-0 at Doetinchem and took the necessary third win in the Final Series.

And Dynamo had already won the first two games of the series against Orion, both 3-1. Doetinchem did not lose a match in the regular competition until the cup final, but was no longer able to do so in the decisive matches.

The Polosters also won the third prize of the season

4.32 pm: Polar Bears water polo shirts have won three awards in one season for the first time. After the Super Cup and the national title, the Ede team also won the Dutch Cup. In the KNZB Cup Final, the Polar Bears defeated ZV de Zaan 9-6 at Hofbad in The Hague.

The water polo players from Ede also defeated De Zaan in a Supercup fight and in the final for the national title. The Polar Bears have won five of the six games against ZVDZZAN this season. The seventh match, the cup final in The Hague, was won by the team of coach Coen de Werd. After three “doubles”, the Polar Bears got the “triple” for the first time.

The water polo players of ZV De Zaan managed to conquer the cup. The club from Zaandam won the final in The Hague 10-7 against the UZSC cup holders. It is the first time that ZV De Zaan water polo players have won the cup.

Nouwen with footballers Chelsea champion England again

3:09 pm: Chelsea football players won the English Premier League title for the third year in a row. On the final day of the Women’s Super League, international orange team Aniek Nouwen beat Manchester United 4-2, allowing Chelsea to retain a one-point lead over Arsenal. Defender Nouwen, who replaced PSV Eindhoven for Chelsea last year, came an hour later.

Manchester United, with Jackie Gronin at the base, led 2-1 in the first half. But in the second half, Chelsea snatched the match, in part through two goals from Australian striker Sam Kerr.

Vivian Miedema ended the competition with Arsenal with a victory over West Ham United: 0-2. Midema, Orange’s all-time leading scorer, has an expired contract in London. The striker is said to be facing a switch to Spanish champions FC Barcelona.

In the German Bundesliga, the players of the Wolfsburg football team won the title for the seventh time. Wolfsburg, with Dominic Janssen and Jill Roard on the team, beat FC Carl Zeiss Jena 10-1. Rurd was in charge of 0-6.

Because of the win before one game, Bayern Munich, champions last season, can no longer track Wolfsburg.

Ajax footballers keep FC Twente on track with a generous victory

2:26 pm: Football players in Ajax maintained the footsteps of leaders FC Twente in the women’s Eredivisie with a generous victory over BEC Zwolle (7-0). Thus, the cup winner from Amsterdam reduced the difference to 3 points again, with two rounds remaining. Defending champion Twente, who has a much better goal difference than Ajax, had already won 3-1 at home away from ADO Den Haag on Friday.

Next week, Ajax will play Feyenoord in Rotterdam and will take over Eindhoven Twente. The two title candidates will meet on May 20 in the final round of the Eredivisie Women’s League.

Nikita Trump opened the scoring for Ajax against PEC Zwolle on her 20th birthday. Chasity Grant made it 2-0 and in the first fifteen minutes after the break, Ajax ran away from Zwolle through goals from Nadine Nordam (two goals) and lead scorer Romée Leuchter. Tiny Hoekstra and Tromp raised the score to 7-0 in the final minutes.

PSV Eindhoven beat Feyenoord 2-1 and took third place. Desiree van Lunteren scored the winning goal from the penalty spot.

Beach volleyball players De Groot and Bormanns miss the final in Doha

13:23: Beach volleyball players Yurik de Groot and Stefan Bormanns were unable to qualify for the final of the professional tournament in Doha. The Dutch duo had to lose in three sets to Italians Paolo Nicolai and Samuel Cotavava. De Groot and the Boermans won the first set 21-16, but lost: 9-21 11-15.

The orange beach volleyball players can still win the bronze medal in Doha. And in the battle for third place, Austrians Martin Irmakura and Moritz Presthaus will face Austria later on Sunday.

Among the women, Katja Stam and Raisa Schon, who are leading the world rankings thanks to their strong performances at the start of the current season, were knocked out in the quarter-finals on Saturday.

The Greek track qualifies for the Masters in Rome

1.17 m: The Greek Talon track qualified for the Masters Tournament in Rome. North Hollander, 25, ranked 57 in the world, beat American Marcus Jeron in the second round of qualifying with two sets 7-6 (7), 6-2. In the first round on Italian clay, he defeated Frenchman Adrian Mannarino (6-4, 6-4).

The Greek track has been suffering from a neck injury in recent weeks, and therefore had to withdraw from the clay-court tournaments in Barcelona, ​​Munich and Madrid. He has been waiting to win the ATP Tour for nearly three months. At the beginning of February, the Greek track reached the second round of the ABN AMRO World Tennis Championships in Rotterdam. He was then eliminated in the first round in Marseille, Indian Wells, Miami, Marrakech and Monte Carlo.

By qualifications, Greece has now won a place in the main tournament in Rome. Botic van de Zandschulp, No. 31 in the world, is accepted directly. He will meet with American Sebastian Korda in the first round.

The Greek track in the first round was linked with Argentine Sebastian Baez, also qualifier. And in the event that the Greek track beats the 40th ranked world, he will meet second-placed Alexander Zverev. The German lost to Carlos Alcaraz in the Madrid Masters final on Sunday.

American sprinter Coleman wins first 100 meters after suspension

13:06: American athlete Christian Coleman won the first 100 meters after being suspended. The 2019 world champion triumphed in Tokyo in 10.09 seconds. Coleman had scored 10.13 in the semifinals.

The 26-year-old American was missing from last year’s Tokyo Olympics. The American has been banned for a year and a half for losing three doping controls within a year, which is seen as a violation of doping rules. Coleman was initially suspended for two years, but the CAS overturned after six months on appeal.

So Coleman was able to compete in the World Indoor Championships in Belgrade at the beginning of this year. He had to give up his world title in the 60 meters to Italian Marcel Jacobs, the Olympic champion of Tokyo in the 100 meters. The American took second place by a small margin.

In Tokyo, Coleman ran the 100m individual race for the first time since the 2019 World Cup in Doha. “It’s good to start my season with a reasonable time,” the runner said.

Bucks Warriors basketball players top the NBA playoffs

09:46: The Milwaukee Bucks and the Golden State Warriors took the lead in the NBA playoffs. Both teams won their third best game in the seven-game series against the Boston Celtics and the Memphis Grizzlies, respectively. Giannis Antetokounmpo outperformed the Bucks with 42 points.

The NBA champion from Milwaukee started the series in Boston with a win, but the Celtics tied afterwards. The first game ended in Milwaukee on Saturday evening with a score of 103-101 for the owners of the land. Antetokounmpo and Jrue Holiday gave the Bucks the win in the last minute. Monday is game four, again in Milwaukee. The winner of the series qualifies for the East Final.

In the West, the Golden State Warriors took a 2-1 lead against the Grizzlies with a big-digit win in San Francisco: 142-112. Stephen Curry collected 30 points and Jordan Paul 27 points. And at the Grizzlies, star Ja Morant (34 points) had to leave in the fourth quarter due to a knee injury. A few days ago, Morant won Game Two with 47 points, 106-101.

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