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Football: Ajax women fail to regain the lead
2:45 p.m .: Ajax footballers have not taken over the lead of the PSV women’s Eredivisie. The Amsterdam team lost 1-0 to PEC Zwolle at home.
Marushka van Olst took care of the only goal of the game after an hour. For PEC, this is the third victory of the season.
Due to the defeat, PSV, who won 3-0 against Excelsior on Friday, remain the leaders with 27 points in eleven matches. FC Twente, who also won 6-2 at sc Heerenveen on Friday, are second with 26 points in twelve games. Ajax follow with 25 points in eleven games. Ajax will play at PSV on Wednesday.
Golf: Lars van Meijel finishes 14th at Qatar Masters
2:25 p.m .: Golfer Lars van Meijel delivered one of his best performances on the European Tour. The Brabant professional finished 14th in the Qatar Masters. He finished the fourth and final round in 69 clean shots, 2 under par, and thus rose to the final standings with a total score of 1 under par.
Wil Besseling finished his last round on the Doha golf course in 71 strokes (par level) and thus finished in common 47th place with 4 above par.
The victory went to Frenchman Antoine Rozner who, after an inning of 67, got a total score of 8 under par.
Joost Luiten, Darius van Driel and Daan Huizing did not make the cut in Qatar.
Ski: Schwarz winner of the Slalom World Cup
2.15 p.m .: Austrian skier Marco Schwarz took the overall victory of the Slalom World Cup in Kransjka Gora. Seventh place on Sunday was enough to keep his lead over the rather tall Swiss Ramon Zenhäusern. The victory in the Slovenian ski resort went to the French Clément Noël.
Schwarz, 25, good for gold in the combination at the last World Cup, has 625 points, his closest striker Zenhäusern has 503. There will be only one slalom, next week in Lenzerheide. The battle for the general world cup will come to an exciting end as leader Alexis Pinturault missed the opportunity at Kransjka Gora to extend his lead over Switzerland’s Marco Odermatt. The Frenchman did not arrive at the finish in the second heat. Odermatt does not end up with the most technical discipline.
Victor Muffat-Jeandet finished second in the slalom 0.62 seconds behind his compatriot Noël.
Football: Makkelie leads Real Madrid – Atalanta in the Champions League
11:46 a.m. The European Football Association UEFA has appointed Danny Makkelie as referee for the return of the Champions League round of 16 between Real Madrid and Atalanta Bergamo. The match will be played on Tuesday at the Estadio Santiago Bernabéu in Madrid and will start at 9 p.m. Real won the away game in Bergamo 1-0.
Makkelie is assisted by his permanent assistants Mario Diks and Hessel Steegstra and the fourth official Allard Lindhout. Kevin Blom acts as video referee.
Football: Hofland applies for VVV-Venlo and Almere City FC
Kevin Hofland has two applications in football clubs. The former PSV and Feyenoord player offered to coach VVV-Venlo and Almere City FC. He confirmed that on a sports channel ESPN.
Hofland was fired in November as coach of Fortuna Sittard, but hopes to return to work as a coach next season. Hans de Koning is leaving VVV-Venlo after this season, Almere City recently said goodbye to Ole Tobiasen.
“I think that as a coach I can add something to a club that has ambition and wants to look up,” said Hofland. “I bring the experience of a former player, but I also learned a lot in 2.5 years at Fortuna. I worked there in different cultures, helped bring the club back to the Premier League and set up professionalization, ”said the former defender.
Basketball: NBA record: five triple doubles in one day
10:16 am The American Basketball League NBA again set a record on Saturday. For the first time in NBA history, five players from five different clubs recorded a so-called “triple double” on the same day.
Giannis Antetokounmpo (Milwaukee Bucks), Russell Westbrook (Washington Wizards), Domantas Sabonis (Indiana Pacers), James Harden (Brooklyn Nets) and Julius Randle (New York Knicks) scored in double digits in points, rebounds and assists.
Antetokounmpo scored 33 points, 11 rebounds and 11 assists for the Bucks and led his team to a win over the Wizards: 125-119. With the Wizards, Westbrook was good for 42 points, 10 rebounds and 12 assists. He has already recorded the 157th triple double of his career.
Harden scored his ninth triple double for the Nets this season. He had 24 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists. Partly because of this, the Brooklyn team won 100-95 against the Detroit Pistons.
Sailing: Too little wind for America’s Cup sailing races
09:32 Races seven and eight of the prestigious America’s Cup sailing duel off Auckland (New Zealand) have been canceled. There was not enough wind for the high speed yachts of Team New Zealand and Luna Rossa.
The organization expects the races to continue on Monday. The forecast wind force is then 10 to 15 knots. On Sunday the wind was less than 6.5 knots and the yachts were not sailing in this “breeze”.
The America’s Cup is one of the most prestigious sailing competitions in the world. The first team to win seven races will receive the “Auld Mug”, the winner’s trophy since 1851. This makes it the oldest sports award in the world.
Golf: Johnson skips the Olympics
Golfer Dustin Johnson (36) won’t be competing in the Tokyo Olympics in more than four months. According to the American number 1 in the world rankings, the Olympic golf tournament does not fit into his schedule.
“The tournament is a busy time for me and that’s why I started to doubt a bit,” Johnson said. “It’s a lot of travel at a time when it’s important to focus on the PGA Tour.”
Johnson, the Masters title holder, did not compete in the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, then due to his concerns about the Zika virus. Englishman Justin Rose won gold in Rio.
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