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Golfers Besseling and Van Driel joint 17th place in Ireland

7 p.m Dutch golfers Wil Besseling and Darius van Driel have jointly finished in seventeenth place at the Irish Open. Both scored 278 strokes (-10) after four days.

Van Driel rose eighteen places in the general classification thanks to a strong final round of 67 strokes (-5) at the Mount Juliet Estate in Thomastown. Besseling climbed four places in the final ranking with a fourth round of 69 strokes.

Australian Lucas Herbert (25) won the tournament with a total of 269. It was his second overall victory on the European Tour.

Joost Luiten did not make it through the selection in Ireland after two mediocre laps.

Motocross rider Herlings wins Grand Prix of Italy

6:14 pm Motocross rider Jeffrey Herlings has won the Italian Grand Prix. The Dutchman secured his first win of the season with a win in the second moto on the soaking wet and muddy track in Maggiora. He had finished in sixth place in the first race.

Herlings finished with compatriot Glenn Coldenhoff and Italian Antonio Cairoli on 40 points after two motos. Thanks to his victory in the second race, the overall victory in the Italian Grand Prix went to the 2018 world champion.

Coldenhoff finished fourth and second in Italy. Calvin Vlaanderen (18th) and Brian Bogers (22nd) played a supporting role in the third GP of the season.

In the World Cup standings, defending champion Tim Gajser leads with 124 points. The Slovenian had to settle for seventh place in the final standings in Italy. As number 2 in the World Cup standings, Herlings has only 6 points less than Gajser. De Brabander started the new season with second place in Russia and finished third in the Grand Prix of Great Britain last weekend.

The next Grand Prix is ​​on July 18 in the Netherlands at the cross circuit in Oss.

Amazone Thijssen wins Rotterdam Grand Prix

17:38 Sanne Thijssen won the Grand Prix of Rotterdam at the equestrian festival CHIO in the Kralingse Bos on Sunday. The Dutch rider was the best in the jump-off with Con Quidam. Kim Emmen finished third, with Jack van het Dennenhof. Between them, American McLain Ward placed second.

As the first starter of the 15 combinations that qualified for the extra round, Thijssen put in a performance that no one could match. Four Dutchmen had qualified for the jump-off, Gerben Morssink (Navarone) was eighth, Jack Ansems (Fliere Fluiter) fifteenth.

Van der Mark again fifth in World Championship superbike Donington Park

5:22 p.m. Motorcycle racer Michael van der Mark also finished fifth in the Superbike World Championship in the second race on the circuit of England’s Donington Park. The Dutchman gave over 13 seconds on his BMW on Sunday to the Turk Toprak Razgatlioglu, who triumphed on his Yamaha, just like in the first race on Saturday.

Reigning World Champion Jonathan Rea (Kawasaki) retired in the second race when he was leading. The Briton missed the podium for the first time this season.

Van der Mark is in his first season with the BMW factory team. He is in eighth place in the standings. Razgatlioglu is the new leader in the World Cup standings with a 2 point lead over Rea.

The next round of the World Superbike Championship is in Assen (July 23-25).

Wimbledon fills up from quarter-finals

3:46 pm: The tennis players at Wimbledon will again play in front of fully filled stands from the quarter finals. The capacity for the matches on Center Court and Court 1 will be used to the maximum from that moment on. The All England Club announced this on Sunday.

This means that stadiums will be completely sold out in the United Kingdom for the first time since the corona pandemic began. The quarterfinals for the men and women start on Tuesday. For the finals, which take place next weekend, it was already planned that the capacity would be increased to 100 percent. In the first week, a maximum of half the number of seats could be occupied.

Spectators are still required to present a security document such as proof of full vaccination, a negative corona test or immunity after a recent infection upon arrival. They must wear masks when they walk around the complex, but that obligation does not apply when they are in the stands.

Lecomte lives up to favorites status for Play

2:31 PM: Mountain biker Loana Lecomte has also won the fourth World Cup cross-country race this season. In Les Gets, France, the only 21-year-old Frenchwoman was once again in a class of its own. Lecomte, in 2020 world champion among the promises, won all world cup competitions this year. The Swedish Jenny Rissveds finished second at a considerable distance. Britain’s Evie Richards came in third. Best Dutch was Anne Tauber in sixth place.

Lecomte had the best start in the rainy Les Gets, where there was a technical course. After one lap, her compatriot Pauline Ferrand-Prévot, Rissveds and Australia’s Rebecca McConnell followed at just over 10 seconds. Tauber and Anne Terpstra, the Dutch trump cards for the Olympic Games, had to give up a lot more time. Terpstra in particular had a hard time. Reigning world champion Ferrand-Prévot lost the connection after a fall, after which Lecomte only extended her lead over all her competitors.

Former French international Vieira new Crystal Palace coach

2:25 pm: Crystal Palace has appointed Frenchman Patrick Vieira as trainer. The former international, who played eight seasons in England for fellow city rivals Arsenal, has signed a three-year contract with the London club. He succeeds Roy Hodgson, who ended his career as a manager.

Vieira played 396 games for Arsenal under his compatriot Arsene Wenger, winning three league titles and four FA Cups in that period. He was named six times for the Premier League’s Team of the Year. After his stay at Arsenal, he played one season with Juventus and then had the necessary successes with Internazionale and Manchester City. With Inter, Vieira became three times champion in Serie A and two times cup winner. He won the FA Cup once with City. He ended his career in 2011.

The 45-year-old Vieira became world champion with his country in 1998 and European champion two years later. As a trainer, he then worked in the youth team at Manchester City and as head coach at New York City and Nice. The latter club was fired in December.

Milwaukee Bucks Basketball Players to NBA Finals

07:07: The Milwaukee Bucks basketball players have reached the NBA Finals by beating the Atlanta Hawks in the Eastern Conference final. The sixth game of the best-of-seven series was won 118-107 in Atlanta on Saturday, allowing coach Mike Budenholzer’s squad to advance to the final with a 4-2 win.

The Bucks are in the NBA Finals for the first time since 1974. They meet the Phoenix Suns, which were 4-2 too strong for the Los Angeles Clippers in the Western Conference Finals. The first final game will be played on Tuesday.

In the sixth game against the Hawks, the Bucks had to do it again without the injured star player Giannis Antetokounmpo. Khris Middleton was the Bucks’ top scorer on Saturday with 32 points. Jrue Holiday scored 27 points. Brook Lopez, the star of the previous game, helped the team to a victory this time with 13 points.

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