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Athlete Farah has been running the first competition in London since a young year

3:59 pm: Multiple Olympic Champion and World Champion Mo Farah will run again on May 2 for the first time in nearly a year. On that day, the Briton will take part in the Vitality London 10,000, a 10km run in the UK capital. Farah, 38, suffered a prolonged injury to her foot.

Farah won gold in the 5000 and 10,000 meters at both the London 2012 and the Rio Olympics four years later. He failed to qualify for the Tokyo Olympics last year. After his disappointing performance at the British Athletics Championships, the end of his career seemed in sight, but now he is showing ambition once again. “I have worked hard on my recovery and I still have a few months of hard training. I have a great goal with Vitality London,” said Farah.

He has already won the competition seven times. “I have fond memories and running in London never gets old. The atmosphere among the thousands of participants is always great. I can’t wait to get started.”

Vitesse does not agree with four duels striker Grbi . suspension

3.37 pmVitesse does not agree with the settlement proposal to suspend four matches, one of which is conditional, which was awarded to striker Adrian Gerbic. The 25-year-old Austrian appeared in red on Sunday, more than 10 minutes after being substituted against FC Utrecht after an opponent hit his face. Vitesse expects the case to be dealt with on Wednesday when the KNVB Disciplinary Committee meets.

With ten players, the Arnhem team managed to equalize in Utrecht (1-1). In the upcoming matches, Vitesse will play in the Eredivisie against NEC, Sparta Rotterdam and Heracles Almelo.

Juventus to miss Chiellini and Dybala in the Champions League

3:03 pmJuventus will go to Spain without Giorgio Chiellini and Paulo Dybala in their first match against Villarreal in the eighth Champions League final. Both Captain Chiellini and Vice Captain Dybala were injured. Coach Massimiliano Allegri hopes he can call up Leonardo Bonucci against Villarreal.

And Bonucci (34) was missing on Friday just as Chiellini, who was injured for a bit longer (37), in the derby against Torino in the Italian league (1-1). Matthijs de Ligt opened the scoring for Juventus in Turin. Dybala was injured at the beginning of the second half. Two Italian internationals, Federico Chiesa and Federico Bernardeschi, were also absent.

Bonucci is training again, but it remains unclear if the Italian defender can play against Villarreal, club Arno Danjuma. The orange international scored a hat-trick (4-1) against Granada on Saturday.

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At Juventus, many are expected to buy Dusan Vlahovic, the Serbian top scorer who came from Fiorentina last month. “But we must not forget that he is only 22 years old and will make his debut in the Champions League on Tuesday,” Allegri said.

Back injury keeps Oger-Aliassime out of Dubai after two tennis finals

13:37Canadian tennis player Felix Auger-Aliassime has withdrawn from the ATP tournament in Dubai due to a back injury. He reached the No. 9 world final in his last two tournaments. The 21-year-old Canadian won the ABN AMRO World Tennis Championships in Rotterdam this month and lost to Russian Andrei Rublev in the final fight in Marseille on Sunday.

Oger-Aliassime, like Novak Djokovic, among others, will compete in this week’s Dubai Hardboard Championships. Australian “lucky loser” Alexei Buberin took his place in the table. The Canadian took third place. Botic van de Zandschulp is also participating in the tournament in Dubai. The Dutch, ranked 50th in the world, meets South African Lloyd Harris, 35th in the world rankings, in the first round.

Goalkeeper Neuer returns to the field after surgery

It’s 13.36Goalkeeper Manuel Neuer is back on the field more than two weeks after surgery. The 35-year-old Bayern Munich goalkeeper underwent surgery on his right knee earlier this month. Neuer was allowed to run some running exercises on Monday from the medical staff on the field.

“Everything is going according to plan, and I’m taking good steps in my recovery,” Neuer said the day before in a round of questions with his supporters on Instagram. Neuer underwent surgery on the inner meniscus of his right knee. He was expected to be back on the field in a few weeks.

With reserve goalkeeper Sven Ulrich under the crossbar, Bayern recently lost 4-2 in the Bundesliga at VFL Bochum. The first match with Red Bull Salzburg in the eighth final of the European Champions League ended in a 1-1 draw last week. Bayern beat SpVgg Greuther Fürth 4-1 on Sunday and are firmly in the lead in the Bundesliga.

Equal prize money in the Tour of Flanders for men and women

1.01 pm: On the Tour of Flanders, women will now receive the same prize money as men. Classics of Flanders, which organizes the Flemish Spring Classics, has announced that cyclists will receive the same reward as cyclists. This year this only applies to the Tour of Flanders, next year for all the races that fall under the Flanders Classics.

“Next year we want to equalize our prize money for all of our races. Because it has a budget, we are already doing it for the Tour of Flanders,” said Director Thomas van den Spiegel at the KPMG office in Brussels, the main sponsor of the women’s races at the Flanders Classic. For other organizers to follow suit.”

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Flanders organizes the Omloop Het Nieuwsblad, Gent-Wevelgem, Dwars Door Vlaanderen, Scheldeprijs, Brabantse Pijl and Tour of Flanders Classics on Sunday 3 April. Last year Anime Van Vleuten won the Belgian Classic Cup. The Dutch reportedly received 1,365 euros, and Denmark’s Kasper Asgren received a bonus of 20,000 euros as the winner among the men.

The prize pool this year consists of a total of 50,000 euros for both men and women. “There is no time to pat ourselves on the back, we have to think about the future,” Van den Spiegel says. “A lot can happen. For example, TV rights to women’s racing have not been paid for, and women’s cycling is highly dependent on men’s sport for income from sponsorship and VIP arrangements. This is while there is certainly potential to make women’s cycling possible. An independent producer. It’s achieved in tennis, but we also have to go there with cycling.”

The director of Flanders Classics believes that the methods for men and women should be approximately the same. Now the road for men is much longer. “If you win the Tour of Flanders, you want to ride over Koppenberg, whether you’re a man or a woman.”

Slovenian referee for Ajax in the Champions League

11:30 am: Ajax will have to deal with a Slovenian referee in their first meeting with Benfica in the eighth Champions League final on Wednesday. UEFA has appointed Slavko Vincic to take part in the match at the Estadio da Luz in Lisbon. The match starts at 9 pm.

Vincic blew the whistle for Ajax once before in a European context, on August 6, 2019 in the preliminary rounds of the Champions League against PAOK. That match in Greece ended with a score of 2-2. Ajax won the comeback 3-2 and eventually reached the group stage of the main tournament via qualifying.

Earlier this season, the Slovenian was responsible for the match between Eindhoven and Benfica in the Champions League playoff. The return in Eindhoven ended with a score of 0-0, which is enough for Benfica to reach the group stage. Vincic sent Brazilian defender Lucas Verissimo of Benfica off the field after half an hour with two yellow cards.

MotoGP rider Bagnaia with world champion Ducati for another two years

11.13 am: Italian motorcycle racer Francesco Bagnaia has extended his contract with Ducati for another two years. The 25-year-old rider, last season’s No. 2 in MotoGP, is now held in the Italian stable until the end of 2024. Bagnaya booked four first division wins last year and only had to take on French world champion Fabio Quartararo in the final classification. The driver helped Ducati win the constructors’ world title.

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Bajnaya says he is “happy and proud” to extend his contract. “Riding a Ducati in MotoGP has always been my dream. I will try to return the team’s confidence with results on the right track.” Ducati team boss Luigi Dall’Igna says his rider has grown significantly over the past season. “With his qualities I’m sure he has the potential to go into the title with us.”

The new motorcycle season begins on March 6 in Qatar.

Water polo players start World League without a new national coach

9.16 am: The Dutch watermakers start the World League without new national coach Evangelos Dodisis. Arno Havinga’s successor has to skip the trip to Hungary due to a positive coronavirus test result. Bas de Jong, the Netherlands coach, will be on the bench in Budapest on Tuesday night as a replacement for Dodesis.

Water fishermen were stuck in the quarter-finals at last year’s Tokyo Olympics. Havinga lost to Hungary 14-11 and finished the games in sixth place. Then Havnga, national coach since 2013, decided to stop. The 47-year-old Rotterdam went on to be the water polo director for the KNZB Swimming Federation. His assistant Doudesis was promoted to head coach.

The Greek-born player, who has been in the Netherlands for years, chose fifteen players to be reunited with Hungary.

Carrie Shuts to win LeBron’s All-Star Game

07:23: LeBron James won the annual NBA All Star Game. James and his teammates defeated Durant’s team at Cleveland 163-160. Stephen Curry starred in “The Show Game” among the best basketball players in the NBA.

The 33-year-old Golden State Warriors star scored 50 points, almost all from outside the three-point streak. Curry sent 27 three-pointers and hit 16. “He was very entertaining,” said Curry, who entertained the crowds, and was also consistently put in position by his teammates. “I quickly got the feeling right and kept scoring. I tried to make an offer from it. I wanted to try something like this in the All-Star Game.”

Curry was voted Most Valuable Player (MVP). Captain LeBron James scored 24 points in his 18th All-Star game. The 37-year-old Los Angeles Lakers star secured the victory for his team by scoring the decisive points with a score of 161-160.

Kevin Durant, captain of the opposing team, was missing from Cleveland. His grandmother passed away earlier today. The 33-year-old Brooklyn Nets player hadn’t played anyway due to a knee injury. In Team Durant, Joel Embiid was the top scorer with 36 points.

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