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Sparta Major does not agree to a four-match ban

5:38 pm: Defender Aaron Meijer of Sparta Rotterdam disagrees with the settlement proposal of the Football Public Prosecutor to suspend him for four matches (one of which is conditional). He refers the case to the KNVB Disciplinary Committee.

Myers received the red card on Sunday in Sparta’s 4-0 loss to SC Campore. He knocked out club striker Tom Boyr of Leeuwarden hard.

Meijers and Sparta disagree with the penalty proposal. The Eredivisie club report “disproportionately” on their website. “It certainly plays a part in this that the player has only received a direct red card once in his fifteen-year career (in the KNVB Cup) and has never received a red card in more than 430 competition matches and therefore has nearly an empty penalty card. .”

Carbon plate boots toughen marathon boundaries

5:34 pm: The Athletics Federation has significantly tightened the restrictions on marathons to participate in the 2022 World Cup in Eugene, USA. Men must run 2.10.00 or faster or finish in the top ten in a major marathon. For women, the requirement is at least 2.28.00 or a place in the top eight in the main marathon.

The men’s World Cup cap in Eugene is a minute and a half lower than the 2.11.30 that was in effect at last summer’s Olympics in Japan and the 2019 World Cup in Doha. That time 2.11.30 is also still the international limit used by the IAAF, but the IAAF has settled into its shadow. Women must advance 30 seconds faster to qualify to serve for the 2022 World Cup. For the Games in Tokyo and the World Cup in Doha, the time limit of 2.28.30 has been applied.

The restrictions have been tightened by modern running shoes with a carbon plate and foam layer in the sole, on which athletes can be seen running faster. Prior to the Tokyo Games, an unprecedented number of six marathons had reached the 2.11.30 limit. Since only three men were allowed to participate in the Olympic marathon, the Athletics Federation had to choose for the first time.

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The World Championships will be held in Eugene in July 2022. The deadline for meeting the marathon limit has already started on January 1, 2021 and will run until May 1, 2022. This means that Abdi Nagy and Khaled Shokod have already qualified. Nagy won the silver medal at the Olympics with a time of 2:09:58. The chocode scored 2.09.55 in April of this year in Siena.

There are six so-called major marathons. Next is the London Marathon next Sunday. The top teams also include the Boston Marathon, Berlin, Tokyo, New York and Chicago.

Most of the top Dutch runners will run the marathon at the Amsterdam Marathon on Sunday 17 October. Shkod, Michael Pater, Bjorn Kormann and Frank Futselaer will compete for the Dutch championship.

Juventus without strikers Dybala and Morata at the moment

4.37 pmJuventus have lost their strikers Paulo Dybala and Alvaro Morata at the moment. Both suffered a muscle injury in Sunday’s match against Sampdoria in the Italian league. The Torino club reported on their website that the attacking duo would not be available again until after the international break in October.

Dybala was injured after his opening goal against Sampdoria. The Argentine walked off the field limping emotionally. Examination revealed a thigh injury. Morata was also substituted towards the end of the match, which Juventus won 3-2. The Spaniard suffers from a hamstring injury.

Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri will miss at least Dybala and Morata on Wednesday in the Champions League match at home against Chelsea and on Saturday in the city derby with Turin.

Motocross of Nations 2022 in the US

2:34 pm: The 2022 edition of the Motocross of Nations will be held in the United States, at RedBud Circuit in Michigan. This was announced after the conclusion of the Unofficial World Championship for National Teams, which was held last weekend in Mantova, Italy.

In 2018, the RedBud circuit actually hosted the Motocross of Nations. Then France defeated Italy and the Netherlands.

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The victory went to Italy on Sunday, ahead of the Netherlands and Great Britain.

Handball players Van der Vlet and Krollers withdrew from Orange

13:07Handball players Nikita van der Velt and Nyala Krollers will miss the Netherlands’ upcoming international matches in the European Championship qualifiers against Belarus and Greece. Monique Tejstermann, interim national coach, has called in Lynn Nippenburg as a substitute.

Orange will play Belarus in Almere on October 6th. Four days later, a match against Greece was scheduled. Tijsterman announced last week that Istafana Pullman will be returning to the Dutch women’s team. The Dutch star has recovered sufficiently from her knee injury.

Pullman will build carefully. She hasn’t played in both games yet, but will continue to practice sessions. Louis Abing is the most striking absentee in the orange variety. The scorer is not at his best physically and skips the international match.

Tejstermann is the interim successor to Frenchman Emmanuel Mayonnade, who did not extend his contract as national coach after the Games. It will remain until the World Cup finals in Spain in December.

Rashford hopes to get good news from the doctor

13:07Marcus Rashford hopes to be able to resume training at Manchester United soon. “I will be speaking with the doctor on Friday and I hope to get the green light soon,” he said on Twitter.

The 23-year-old striker underwent shoulder surgery on August 6. It has been sidelined since then. Rashford has already missed eight games against United in various competitions. He is also missing this week against Villarreal and Everton.

Valverde returns on tour of Sicily

12:42 PM: Alejandro Valverde (41) will return for the Tour of Sicily on Tuesday. The Spanish veteran will play for the first time since his heavy fall at Vuelta a España. On August 20, he fractured his right clavicle during stage seven.

At the beginning of September, Valverde confirmed that he would remain active as a professional cyclist next season. Earlier this year, he won, among other things, a theater in Dauphiné. In Flèche Wallonne he was third, in Liège-Bastogne-Liège fourth. The Spaniard wants to finish his season on the Tour of Lombardy, which takes place in October.

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Italy’s Vincenzo Nibali, France’s Romain Bardet and Britain’s four-time winner Chris Froome will also appear on tour at the start of the four-day Tour of Sicily.

The cyclist Schwarzman chooses Lotto Soudal

11.02 am: Cyclist Michael Schwarzman will be cycling the Lotto Soudal for the next two seasons. The 30-year-old German is ready for a new challenge and leaves Bora Hansgrohe after ten years.

“It’s time for something different,” Schwarzman says. “I didn’t hesitate for a second when I had this opportunity. In recent years I have worked with sprinters like Pascal Ackermann, Sam Bennett and Peter Sagan. Next year it will be Caleb Ewan.”

Schwarzman often set up a sprint race at Bora-Hansgrohe.

Naomi Osaka regains motivation to play tennis

9.19 am: Tennis star Naomi Osaka expects to return to the court in the near future. The four-time Grand Slam winner from Japan says she has regained her motivation. She hasn’t played much in recent months due to mental issues.

In May, Osaka withdrew from Roland Garros. She was disappointed at the Olympics in her country and after her defeat in the third round of the US Open, said she would take another “break” to solve her problems.

“I still think tennis is a great sport,” Osaka says now in an interview. HBO. “I will definitely be back and very likely in the very near future. I am starting to feel it again. I don’t really care if I am able to win trophies again. If only I could be there again.”

Alex Ballo is the first Spanish winner of IndyCar

08.33 am: Race car driver Alex Palou has won the American racing series IndyCar. He is the first Spaniard to succeed. He finished fourth in the Long Beach Grand Prix last weekend, which puts him out of reach of the rest. The 24-year-old Palou has only participated in IndyCar for the second time this season.

Colton Herta won the Long Beach race.

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