What you may have missed between last night and this morning
1. Football – Euro 2022: England is insane
Les Bleues ensure, rest on the Tour and a resurrection: The news on a plate
YESTERDAY AT 05:04
Millie Bright, Rachel Daly, Leah Williamson, Ella Toone, Alessia Russo, Lauren Hemp and Hannah Hampton celebrate England’s victory.
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2. Tennis – US Open: Djokovic, it’s complicated
Laborious Djokovic, Sinner in a hurry, historic Rybakina: Wimbledon 2022 in 10 significant stats
3. Football – Mercato: Embolo in Monaco and Ekitike at PSG, it’s exciting
Is Lewandowski Barça-compatible?
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- Athletics – Worlds: Bahamian Steven Gardiner, who last summer added the Olympic 400 meters title to his world crown won in 2019, withdrew Monday from the World Championships in Eugene (United States), due to inflammation to the tendon.
- Athletics : Athlete Susan Kipsang-Jeptooo, the only Frenchwoman on the Tokyo Olympic marathon last summer, has been suspended for 18 months for testing positive for heptaminol (stimulant), according to a document published on the website of the French Anti-Doping Agency.
- Trash: The demotion in National 1 (3rd division) of Pau-Orthez, winner of the Coupe de France and semi-finalist of the French Championship, intervened for financial reasons, has been confirmed, announced Monday evening the financial policeman of the LNB.
The catch-up video
We must save Private Leclerc…
“All of Italy is calling for him: Leclerc must be named driver N°1”
The behavior of Max Verstappen’s supporters last weekend in Austria caused a lot of talk. Have they gone too far? Should Charles Leclerc be definitively designated as driver N°1 by Ferrari? Find Les Fous du Volant and the expertise of our two specialists Stéphane Vrignaud and Gilles Della Posta.
The tweet sooooop cute
What you will be sure to follow today
1.Cycling – Tour de France: New sequence, new emotions?
Thévenet: “Pogacar has not yet knocked out the competition like last year”
2. Football – Euro 2022: Big shock, big stakes
Germany and Spain face off on Tuesday (9:00 p.m.) in a clash likely to give them access to the Women’s Euro quarters and say more about their chances of a final victory while in the other Group B match, Denmark must bounce back against Finland after their inaugural slap.
Spain made it into the Euro against Finland
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Bleues, entry into the Alps, final at Wimbledon: The news on a plate
07/10/2022 At 06:18
Salaries, historic final, punchers on 2 wheels, sprinters on 4 wheels: The news on a plate
07/09/2022 At 05:52