Winner of the last stage, Tadej Pogacar wins the Tour of Slovenia

Tadej Pogacar has done a double blow. The Slovenian won his second consecutive Tour of Slovenia after a victory in the last stage on Sunday. The UAE Team Emirates rider sprinted ahead of his compatriot Matej Mohoric (Bahrain Victorious) and his partner Rafal Majka. The three riders had isolated themselves 9 kilometers from the finish. … Read more

Bonifazio wins the 4th stage of the Route d’Occitanie, the general for Woods

He will have his card to play on the Tour de France. In general or in the hunt for stages, that remains to be determined. But Michael Woods is in Olympic form and offered his first stage race at the age of 35. The Canadian won the 46th edition of the Route d’Occitanie on Sunday, … Read more

Peter Sagan wins the third stage of the Tour de Suisse in the sprint, his first victory of the season

Peter Sagan added a new victory to his long record on Tuesday, dominating the sprint of the third stage of the Tour de Suisse. In the tortuous final at Grenchen, the Slovak surprised Alexander Kristoff by starting 300m from the line. Starting a little late, Bryan Coquard (Cofidis), offers himself a second place ahead of … Read more

Spain easily beat the Czech Republic in the Nations League

Spain confirms its good form in the League of Nations. After their victory against Switzerland on Thursday (1-0), they easily beat the Czech Republic on Sunday (2-0) at La Rosaleda in Malaga as part of the 4th day of the League of Nations. This success allows La Roja to take the lead in group 2 … Read more

France wins the Maurice-Revello tournament thanks to its victory over Venezuela

Seven years after the band at Presnel Kimpembe, the France U20 team won the Maurice-Revello tournament by winning 2-1 against Venezuela, in Salon-de-Provence. The meeting had however started badly for the men of Bernard Diomede. From the 8th minute the Blueberries were surprised by the South Americans. Telasco Segovia took advantage of a poor appreciation … Read more

Primoz Roglic wins the Dauphiné, the 8th stage for Jonas Vingegaard

After wearing the leader’s yellow jersey on Saturday in Vaujany, Primoz Roglic wanted to ” finish the job “, sunday. This is what the Slovenian did in the final stage of Dauphiné, at the end of a course of 138.8 kilometers which crossed two first category passes, Plainpalais and Colombière, and ended on the Plateau … Read more

The Netherlands snatch a draw against Poland in the League of Nations

Poland had however done the hardest by taking the advantage 2-0 thanks to a cross strike from Matty Cash (19th) and a counter-attack concluded by Piotr Zielinski (49th). Just after the second achievement of the men of Czeslaw Michniewicz, Davy Klaasen, on a cross from Daley Blind (51st), and Denzel Dumfries, after a serve from … Read more

Ugo Mola (Toulouse) after the victory against La Rochelle: “We beat a great team”

Ugo Mola, manager of Toulouse, winner of La Rochelle in the play-offs (33-28) “We beat a great team. We all know that when you win a European Cup, you have a euphoria that allows you to do great things. Rugby is all about energy. We had a good first half, we curled up a bit … Read more

Valentin Ferron wins in Gap in the 6th stage of the Dauphiné, Van Aert remains in yellow

What a week for the TotalEnergies team. After Alexis Vuillermoz’s victory at Brives-Charensac during the second stage, which saw him wear the yellow jersey the next day, Valentin Ferron doubled the lead. In a breakaway of six riders – including five Frenchmen – the 24-year-old rider offered himself the best victory of his young career … Read more

Monaco comes out on top against Pau-Orthez and joins Asvel in the Championship final

Jostled by a team from Pau-Orthez pushed by their public, the Monegasques avoided the trap this Thursday evening during match 4 of the Betclic Élite semi-finals by winning 85-83 to join Asvel in the final. Moreover, six minutes from time, Sasa Obradovic’s men thought they had done the hardest part by keeping their opponent of … Read more