Short song: Schulting and Van Ruijven fall
20:53: Suzanne Schulting and Lara van Ruijven did not qualify for the 500m semi-finals on the short track at the Montreal World Cup. Both skaters, reigning world champions at 1000 and 500 meters respectively, fell into the heat. Yara van Kerkhof stood up. She finished second in her heat.
Short tracking devices were also unsuccessful at 500 meters in Canada. Dylan Hoogerwerf hit the goal in the 500-meter quarterfinal. Itzhak de Laat fell in the heat and was then punished.
Golf: promotion from Driel to the European route
19.47: Darius van Driel is another season of Joost Luiten, the second Dutch golfer on the European Tour. During the so-called Grand Final of the Challenge Tour in Mallorca, 30-year-old Hagenaar secured a promotion to the highest professional level.
He finished ninth with a score of 284 strokes. As a result, Van Driel finished thirteenth in the final classification of Challenge Tour. The first fifteen of the annual ranking deserved the coveted ticket for a lucrative route around Europe.
Wil Besseling (eighteenth), Lars van Meijel (nineteenth) and Daan Huizing (24) grabbed the Tour card.
"I am very happy that I was able to do the work," said Van Driel Golf.nl. "It was a day full of emotions. I fought very hard at difficult times, and when you see that you have become 13th on arrival and you can start playing European Tour, that's great. "
Equestrianism: Schuttert wins GP Maastricht
18.27: Jumping rider Frank Schuttert won the main prize at Jumping Indoor Maastricht, a good for 33,000 euros. The 26-year-old rider from Ommen with Queensland E overtook his compatriots Leopold van Aston and Maikel van der Vleuten at the start.
In the jump with ten players Schuttert reached 35.31 seconds after a clear round. Van Asten was second with VDL Groep Miss Untouchable in 35.48 seconds. Van der Vleuten was three hundredths behind Beauville Z. Willem Greve finished the race with Zypria S next to the podium. He finished in fourth place in 36.29 seconds.
"It's a fantastic victory. He was also high on my list, ”said Schuttert at the MECC in Maastricht. "I'm proud of my horse from Queensland E. He is a real assistant."
Track cycling: the brown Netherlands on the main line
17.27: Cyclists Kirsten Wild and Amy Pieters had to settle for bronze at the Glasgow World Cup track. The Dutch duo, the reigning world champion in this discipline, achieved 19 points and thus overtook Australia, which won with 40 points.
Australian riders Annette Edmondson and Georgia Baker were also clearly ahead of Great Britain. British cyclist Katie Archibald and Elinor Barker won the last sprint and took second place with 31 points.
Golf: Luiten shares 25th in Antalya
15.40: Joost Luiten also had to settle for a subtopic at the Turkish Airlines Open. After four rounds on the Antalya golf course, the Dutch professional finished 25th in the lucrative European Tour tournament. He finished with a solid round of 69 strokes, three under the pair, and finished with 276 strokes, 12 under par.
Luiten, six times European Tour winner, did not win the tournament this year. After his tenth place in September in KLM Open, the real ranking was not achieved. Bleiswijker born has changed a few things in his game. He changed his approach to betting and teamed up with British sports psychologist Karl Morris to increase his mental resilience.
The Dutchman opened in Antalya with a score of 65, good for fifth place in the table. The next laps went further and further. In his last round he made five tarantulas, but he also won two gods.
No less than six golfers have completed four rounds (72 holes) at 268 hits, 20 below par. They play in extra time for overall winnings.
Racing Team Netherlands
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Motorsport: Racing Team Netherlands remains the leader
11.24: Racing Team Netherlands did not have a happy weekend in the WEC long distance championship. Due to a bad tire in the qualification, the formation of drivers Giedo van der Garde, Nyck de Vries and Frits van Eerd had to start from the very beginning during 4 hours in Shanghai. Despite the penalty for passing Van der Garde, the team was in fifth place in the LMP2 class, good at ten points. As a result, the racing stable in this class is still leading.
Ho-Pin Tung finished second in LMP2 with Jackie Chan Racing. In the GTE AM class there was a place on the podium (also second place) for the Porsche team, among others with Jeroen Bleekemolen and rookie Larry Ten Voorde.
Kristina Mladenovic celebrates her victory over Ashleigh Barty.
Tennis: France wins the Fed Cup
10:58: The French tennis star Kristina Mladenovic is a French heroine for some time. She led her team to victory in the Fed Cup, a women's village tournament. The 26-year-old number 40 in the world ranking brought all three points in the final against Australia in Perth, which won against France 3-2. For the third time France has won the Fed Cup. The previous victory took place sixteen years ago (2003).
Mladenovic won both single matches on hostile land. She defeated Ajla Tomljanovic in two sets on Saturday (6-1 and 6-1) and settled on Sunday with Ashleigh Barty, number one in the world, in three sets (2-6, 6-4 and 7-6 (1)). Then she won the decisive double game in two sets (6-4 and 6-3) with partner Caroline Garcia. Again Australian leader Barty has been knocked. Along with routine Samantha Stosur lost 13,000 Australian viewers.
Jannik Sinner is one of the greatest talents in the world of tennis.
Tennis: Sinner wins the next generation finals
7 am: Italian tennis player Jannik Sinner won the next generation finals in his own country. 18-year-old Sinner, with a wild card accepted into the tournament for the greatest talents, defeated Alex Minaur, who finished first in the final in Milan: 4-2, 4-1 and 4-2.
Minaur was also in the final of the talent tournament last year, but then the current number 18 in the world had to bow to Stefanos Tsitsipas. This Greek is now sixth in the global ranking and will take part in the ATP finals in London next week. 20-year-old Australian got a new chance to win the tournament on Saturday, but he passed away again as a loser.
Sets of up to four people are played in the tournament for the greatest talents and you experiment with many other innovations.
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Track cycling: Lavreysen defeats Hoogland
6:34: Harrie Lavreysen, a track cyclist, also won a sprint at the World Cup races in Glasgow. Jeffrey Hoogland defeated the world champion in this part in two runs. Last week in Minsk, Dutch sprinters also faced the final, and then Lavreysen won in three races.
The 22-year-old from Brabant has been in great shape for weeks. Lavreysen was also the best at keirina last week in the capital of Belarus, in which he won the title of European champion at the European Championships in Apeldoorn. At Omnisport he had to leave the sprint title to Hoogland last month.
Lavreysen and Hoogland triumphed on Friday in Glasgow with Nils van Hoenddaal in the team sprint, which is number one in the world.
Short track: Schulting is missing 1,000 meters of the final
6:28 am: Suzanne Schulting did not qualify for the 1000m final on a short track at the Montreal World Cup. The Dutchwoman was disqualified in the semi-final battle, as was Canadian Alyson Charles. Last weekend Schulting won gold per kilometer during the first World Cup race in Salt Lake City.
Among the men, Dylan Hoogerwerf qualified for the semi-finals at 1000 meters on Saturday. Itzhak de Laat has been eliminated. Friso Emons and Rianne de Vries were unable to reach the final at 1500 meters.
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