In addition to the bronze medal won by Ivorian Ruth Gbagbe in taekwondo, Tuesday was marked by the performance of Bianca Buitendag, who ousted Australian Stephanie Gilmore, the seven-time world champion windsurfing. In swimming, South African Tatiana Schoenmaker aims for gold.
After setting a new Olympic Series record on Sunday in the 100m breaststroke (1’04”82), South Africa Tatiana Schoenmaker He set the fastest time in Monday’s semi-final (1’05”07), finishing particularly ahead of American Lily King, Olympic champion and world record holder. She will be bidding for the gold medal on Tuesday.
In the men’s 200m butterfly, he was South Africa Chad Le Clos He finished fifth in his series, with opening time to the semi-finals scheduled for Tuesday. On the other hand, it did not happen to Seychelles representative, Simon Bachmann, and to South African representative Ethan de Prez. In the women’s 200-meter freestyle, the Moroccan Lina KhiraThe fourth was free. You won’t see the semi-finalists, just like South Africa’s Rebecca Meder, who ranked seventh and penultimate in the 200m medley series.
exploit made حقق Bianca Butendag, South Africa. In the round of 16, at Tsurigasaki Beach and in difficult weather conditions, the surfer eliminated Australian Stephanie Gilmore, the seven-time world champion and world number five (13.93 to 10). Great performance knowing that Bianca Buitendag was ranked 17th out of the 20 competitors that entered at the start. On Tuesday, in the quarter-finals, she will face the Portuguese Yolanda Hopkins, who signed the other big surprise in the third round by eliminating the French second-ranked Johann Davie.
Moroccan Ramzi Boukhiam, the country’s standard-bearer, lost with boxer Omaima Belhabib in the round of 16 against Frenchman Michel Burez (12.43 versus 9.40).
Three bronze medals were won today in Toko. Côte d’Ivoire’s Ruth Gbagbe is back in abuse, after receiving the same metal in 2016 at the Rio Games. She didn’t have to fight in the round of 16 against Congolese Naomi Katuka, ineligible for not attending Sunday for the weightlifter. In the quarter-finals, she beat the Chinese Mingyu Zhang (21-9), before losing in the semi-finals to Britain’s Lauren Williams (24-12). Ruth Gbagby finally bequeathed Brazil’s Melina Titonelli in her fight for bronze (12-8).
At less than 80 kilograms, the Ivorian male side Chick Cisse, who was defending his Olympic title earned in 2016, lost to Marocain Achraf Mahboubi (21-11) in the round of 16. Then the latter lost in the quarter-finals and in the replay. But in the same category, theEgyptian Seif Eissa He went on to win the bronze medal: After beating Australian Jack Marton (11-1) and Italian Simone Alessio (6-5), he fell without appeal against Russian Maxim Khramtkov (13-1) in the semi-finals, before that. Win the fight for the bronze against the Norwegian Richard Andre Ordemann (12-4).
He won the last bronze medal on Monday in under 67kgEgyptian Hedaya Wahba. The fighter defeated the French Magda Witt Henin in the round of 16 (11-10), losing in the next round to Britain’s Lauren Williams (13-12). Hedaya Wahba was able to play the run-off during which she muzzled Tonga Malia Pasika (19-0). And in her fight for the bronze, she was dominated by American Paige McPherson (17-6).
Nigeria’s Elizabeth Oluchi Anyanacho (under 67 kg) lost in the first round against Turkey’s Nur Tatar (12-7), while Burkina Fassal Faisal Sawadogo (under 80 kg) was defeated by Russia’s Maxim Khramtkov (13-6), and more clearly in The draft is against Croatian Toni Ganit (30-10).
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Bronze medal in Rio, men’s teamSouth Africa They got off to a good start in the Olympic tournament at Ajinomoto Stadium in Tokyo on Monday. In Group C, the Blitzboks dominated Ireland for the first time (33-14). Also in Group C, the Kenyans lost to the United States after a pending match (19-14). South Africa and Kenya clashed hours later. The South Africans won again (14-5). They finished first in Group C ahead of Tuesday’s “Final” against the Americans.
the Zambian Patrick Chinimba He also beat Australian Alex Winwood on points in the round of 16, as he did Rich Tetteh Suleimanou Who defeated the Dominican Rodrigo Martí de la Rosa. the’Algerian Younes Nomouchi He also qualified for the Round of 16 against Ugandan David Kavuma Ssimogo. David Chama He defeated Dieudonn Wilfried Sey Ntsengo of Cameroon in the round of 16.
in foil,The Egyptian Aladdin Abu al-Qasim He entered the round of 32 by defeating German Benjamin Kleibrink (15-11). In the next round, he defeated the Russian – under a neutral banner – Vladislav Melnikov (15-12). Then Aladdin Abu Al-Qasim narrowly fell in the quarter-finals against Japanese Takahiro Shiken (15-13).
countryman Mohamed Hamza, who is still in frustration, also advanced to the quarter-finals. He first tamed Briton Marcus Mapstead (15-13) in 32, then Italian Andrea Cassara in the round of 16 (15-13). In the quarter-finals, Muhammad Hamza surrendered to the Czech Alexander Shubenich (15-9).
Algerian Salim El Haroui did not pass the first round against Vladislav Meklinnikov (15-6). The Egyptian Mohamed Hassan, in turn, lost in the round of 16 against defending champion Italian Daniele Garroso (15-6).
In Saber, Algeria’s Kaoutar Mohamed Belkabir came out sharply in the first round at the hands of China’s Hengyu Yang (15-1). Tunisian Nadia Benazizi also lost to Hungarian Renata Katona (15-6). In the round of 32, the Egyptian Nada Hafez was eliminated by the South Korean Jeon Kim (15-4).
L ‘it’s aEgyptian Omar Al-Assar You will be in the third round. The table tennis player dominated Ukrainian Lee Ko on Monday (4 sets vs. 3). He will face Sweden’s Matthias Falk on Tuesday. Nigerian Offiong Edem stopped out in the second round. She lost to American Lily Zhang (4 sets to 1).
It was an unconvincing day for African judo. just an actor Djibouti, Aden Alexandre Hussein He spent the round of 16 in the EPON against Sri Lankan Chamara Reypalaj, before falling to Georgia’s Lasha Shavdatuashvili, who finished as the Olympic vice-champion under 73kg a few hours later. For the rest, whether it was Tunisia’s Khelifi Ghofran, Ivorian Dabonne Zouleiha Abzetta, Angolan Mucungui Diassonema, Guinean Bah Mamadou Samba or Burkinabè Lucas Diallo, no one made it through the first round. On the other hand, the Algerian Noreen Fathy They did not fight against the Sudanese Muhammad Abdul Rasul.
Kenyan duo Gaudencia Makokha and Brackcides Khadambi start with a loss. In the fourth set, they lost to the Brazilian Ana Patricia Silva Ramos and Rebecca Silva (two sets to zero). Kenya plays its second game on Thursday against Americans Kelly Claes and Sarah Spoonsell.
Egyptian mixed doubles Adham Hatem El-Gamal-Doha defeated already on Saturday and Sunday, and Hani suffered the third and final defeat on Monday against Dutchmen Robin Tabling and Selena Beck (two sets to zero). Last group A, they will not be in the quarter-finals.
Nigeria’s men’s doubles Godwin Olofua-Anluwabo Obiori was beaten once again, this time by Danish tandem Kim Astrup-Anders Skarup Rasmussen (two sets to zero). The Nigerians are bottom of Group B and are already out of the race for the next round ahead of their final match against Russians Vladimir Ivanov and Ivan Sozonov on Tuesday.
The Egyptian women’s double Doha Hany Hadia Hosni did not achieve more success after her second fatal defeat in the second set. And the Dutchman Selena Beck and Cheryl Senen were relentless (two sets to zero). Hani and Hosny play their last match against Canadians Rachel Hunderich and Christine Tsai on Tuesday.
In the singles, Nigeria’s Dorcas Ajoki Adisukan lost her first match in the third set against Spain’s Clara Azurmendi (two sets to zero). She has an appointment on Tuesday with South Korea’s Seong An. It ended for Mauritius George Julian Paul: He had previously lost on Sunday, losing again on Monday to Brazilian Igor Coelho (two sets to zero). He finished last in the first group.
South African Alan Hatterley finished eighth in the final, 1’20 ahead of new British Olympic champion Thomas Bidcock (1hr 25min 14sec). Namibian Alex Miller finished 31st, 9’12 behind the winner. Note that Dutchman Matteo van der Poel, the victim of a heavy fall, did not go to the end of this final.
After beating Portugal on Saturday, Egypt suffered a setback against Denmark, its second group competitor in Group B at the Yoyogi Olympics in Tokyo. The Olympic title holder and world champion won 32-27. However, the Pharaohs had a three-goal lead quickly and finished the first chapter with a 15-14 lead. But the Danes responded after the break. The Egyptians face Japan on Wednesday.
In the final, Moroccan Mehdi Seddik was 45th, 8’21 behind Norwegian Olympic champion Christian Blumenfelt. South African Henry Schumann did not finish the race.
The second match in the second group of the Tunisian team men and the second defeat. After Brazil on Saturday, the French team defeated the Tunisians on Monday (3 sets to zero). The Carthage Eagles play their third match on Wednesday against the United States.
In women’s skate, Moroccan Ibtisam Merhi finished 16th (117 points) in the second stage of the qualifiers, after finishing 18th on Sunday. Senegalese Kiara Costa ranked 28 and last Monday (108 points). It was Sunday the twenty-fifth. They did not advance to the final, which was won by American Amber English.
In the men’s competition, Egypt’s Azmy Mahilba finished 19th (120 points) on Monday. On Sunday, he finished thirteenth. His compatriot, Mostafa Hamdi, fell to the 29th place (112 points) as Sunday. Neither of them reached the final, which was won by American Vincent Hancock.
The second setback for the South African women’s team. Ireland dominated Ireland on Saturday and were again defeated on Monday by Great Britain (4-1). South Africa is at the bottom of Group A ahead of its next match against the Netherlands on Wednesday.
Tunisian Nouha Landoulsi Finished penultimate at just under 55 kg (7NS), as Hedelene Diaz won the first gold medal in gaming history for the Philippines.
Seychelles representative Rodney Guvyden He finished his second and third race (individual canoe), just like the Egyptian Aly Badawy. In surfing, Algerian Nadjet Bericchi He did not complete Exam #5.
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