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Edward Gal wins extra Grand Prix with debutant | Sport

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Equestrian: Gal wins with rookie

5.16 pm: With a nice score of 80.73 percent, dressage rider Edward Gal has won an inserted Grand Prix in Tolbert. He did this with GLOCK’s Total US. The horse made his debut at the highest level, reigning national champion Gal himself certainly not.

Gal finished second with another top horse, GLOCK’s Toto Jr NOP. Marlies van Baalen finished third with Go Legend DVB. It was striking that the three horses on the podium are sons of the legendary and recently deceased stallion Totilas, with whom Gal won several world titles.

Naturally, Gal was pleased. “Both horses have shown themselves very well. This competition is great to start again for the first time. It is not that busy around the ring, which gives the horses a lot of confidence. I am very happy with both horses. Toto Jr is a bit more of a powerhouse, Total US a bit more elegant. But it’s great to have two such horses on their way to the Tokyo Olympics. ”

According to national coach Alex van Silfhout, matches in preparation for Tokyo are desperately needed. “We have to get into a competition rhythm again. Everything has been arranged very well here and I am very satisfied with the transactions. With fifteen combinations above 70 percent and really a super leading group. This is only the first game again, there is more to come. We will confidently continue preparations on the way to Tokyo. ”

The race in Tolbert counts towards Olympic qualification.

Football: De Graafschap after a win next to leader Cambuur

5:01 pm: De Graafschap has won from MVV in the Kitchen Champion Division. The formation of trainer Mike Snoei did that on the Vijverberg with modest figures, 1-0. Jordy Tutuarima became the match winner. He scored after more than half an hour, after preparatory work by Danny Verbeek.

De Graafschap, the leader in the battle for the third period title, is in second place in the regular ranking. The club has as many points as league-leader SC Cambuur, but played with two more games.

Go Ahead Eagles won 1-0 against Telstar, Jacob Mulenga was the man of the decisive goal here. Go Ahead Eagles is fifth in the ranking.

Cyclocross: Betsema and Hermans triumph in Eeklo

4.20 pm: Denise Betsema has underlined her form in the final phase of the cyclocross season with a victory in the Ethias Cross in Eeklo. The rider from Texel mainly dueled with fellow countryman Manon Bakker, who finished second behind five seconds. World champion Lucinda Brand finished third.

Betsema took the initiative from the start, but Bakker took over command after two laps. In the fifth and penultimate lap on the technical course, Betsema was back in the lead and drove away with a sharp acceleration. Still, it became exciting in the last round, because Betsema, who won bronze at the World Cup in Ostend, got stuck with her bike on a hill. Bakker had the chance to pass, but also made a mistake and had to get off the bike.

Quinten Hermans won the men’s race. The Belgian took off halfway and was no longer traced. Toon Aerts arrived in second place fifteen seconds behind Hermans, European champion Eli Iserbyt was third. Corné van Kessel was the best Dutchman in fourth place.

Speed ​​skating: Schouten and Groenewoud to World Cup final mass start, Bergsma and Stroetinga for men

3.18 pm: The two Dutch participants in the mass start at the World Championship distances in Thialf did not let themselves be surprised in the semi-finals. Irene Schouten won the first race and Marijke Groenewoud triumphed in the second stage. The first eight riders qualified for the World Cup final, which will be held later on Saturday. Schouten is on the hunt for her third world title in this Olympic event. Groenewoud is participating in the World Cup for the first time.

Among the men, Jorrit Bergsma and Arjan Stroetinga also qualified for the final on the mass start. Bergsma finished fourth in his semi-final race, Stroetinga finished fifth in the other race. Bergsma (35) will defend his world title later on Saturday in the empty Thialf. Stroetinga (39) is the 2015 world champion in this Olympic event.

Swiss skier Suter world champion on the downhill

12.46 pm: Swiss skier Corinne Suter has won the world title on the descent. She went down fastest on the slopes of Cortina d’Ampezzo in Italy. Her time was 1.34.27.

Suter was 0.20 seconds faster than the German Kira Weidle, who won silver. Swiss Lara Gut-Behrami, winner of the gold on the super-G on Thursday, now took the bronze medal. She gave in 0.37 seconds to the 26-year-old Suter.

Suter won a gold World Cup medal for the first time in her career. She was already good for the silver in the super-G on Thursday. After 32 years she brought Switzerland success again on the number one in alpine skiing. Her compatriot Maria Walliser was the world champion in 1989.

Slovenian defending champion Ilka Stuhec played no significant role. She was 1.30 slower than Suter and finished fourteenth.

Cycling: Snow does not stop stage on Mont Ventoux

11.48 am: The third stage in the Tour of Provence, the queen stage on the flanks of Mont Ventoux with arrival at the Chalet Reynard ski station, continues. There was for a moment the fear that there would be too much snow on the road, but an inspection on Saturday morning decided that the course can continue.

The 153.9 kilometer stage starts in Istres. Italian Davide Ballerini, the winner of the first two stages, is in the lead. He has a lead of sixteen seconds over Spaniard Alex Aranburu. The French world champion Julian Alaphilippe and Bauke Mollema are just behind this.

The Belgian Tim Wellens, winner of the Ster van Bessèges last week, is no longer starting. He has a cold and has a sore throat, his Lotto-Soudal team reported.

Volleyball: Volleyball international Beliën out for months

10.48 am: olleyball international Yvon Beliën will be eliminated in the coming months and will miss the first matches for Orange this spring, the volleyball association Nevobo reports. The middle attacker, who is under contract with Italian club Il Bisonte Firenze, was operated on this week for a stress fracture in her left shin.

Beliën has temporarily returned to the Netherlands due to the injury. The experienced international has a pin placed in her shin, so that her complaints should be resolved. She is expected to recover in four months.

The Dutch volleyball players will not participate in the Olympic Games in Tokyo this summer. The team will start the Nations League this spring, led by new national coach Avital Selinger.

Basketball: Jazz basketball players just keep winning in NBA

10.06 am: The basketball players of Utah Jazz are still the best team in the American NBA this season. Jazz beat Milwaukee Bucks 129-115 and that was number seventeen in eighteen games. The Salt Lake City team leads in the Eastern Conference. Rudy Gobert and Joe Ingles were the top scooters at Utah Jazz with 27 points each. The Greek Giannis Antetokounmpo made 29 points for the Bucks and also scored 15 rebounds.

Reigning champion Los Angeles Lakers stayed in the trail of Utah Jazz by beating the Memphis Grizzlies 115-105. Anthony Davis, recovered from a sore Achilles tendon, was the Lakers’ top scorer with 35 points. LeBron James produced 28 points.

Dallas Mavericks beat New Orleans Pelicans in a pointy game: 143-130. Luka Doncic was particularly productive for the Mavericks with 46 points. His teammate Kristaps Porzingis scored 36. At the Pelicans, Zion Williamson was the best shooter with 36 points.

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Edward Gal wins extra Grand Prix with debutant | Sport
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