At the Olympics 2021, the triathlon on the track is really about to get down to business. Germany will also celebrate the third medal in the morning. Olympic Monday in the news ticker.
- Olympia 2021*: There are many competitions in the Summer Games on Monday (July 26).
- There is anger about Jonas Schomberg, a German athlete in triathlon – his third German medal in canoe.
- The most important news on Olympic Day is here in the news ticker from Tokyo.
Monday, July 26, at 2:33 pm: Beach volleyball pair Laura Ludwig and Margareta Kozuch have won their second game. After an early loss against Switzerland, Hamburg Women won 2–0 (21:17, 22:20) against the Japan team (Miki Ishii / Megumi Murakami).
The other German pair, Carla Borger and Julia Sood, lost to world champion Sarah Pawan/Melissa Humana-Paredes of Canada. Now you are threatened with early termination.
Olympic ticker: Germany’s one defeat and two wins in tennis
Monday, July 26, at 11:34 am: German defeat in tennis: Jan-Lenard Struff lost to top favorite Novak Djokovic in two sets (4:6, 3:6). Alexander Zverev easily won his match against Daniil Ilahi Galan of Colombia and reached the round of 16.
He was soon followed by Dominic Koefer, who easily won his duel with Australian Max Purcell.
Olympic ticker: Canoeist Tasidis wins bronze
Monday, July 26, at 9.45 am: Germany has a third medal! Augsburg’s slalom canoeist Sideris Tasiadis won the bronze medal in the Canadier-One. Gold went to Benjamin Savacek of Slovenia and Lukas Rohan of Czech Republic got silver.
“I wasn’t completely satisfied with my last run. In the end it was just pure joy. It was a long way to get here, the hard work was worth it,” he said over the ZDF microphone.
He had already won a silver medal in the 2012 Olympic Games, but now he has to tremble till the end for his bronze medal. Meanwhile, shooter Nadine Messerschmidt missed out on a medal in the skeet by placing fifth. There was also a bitter disappointment for table tennis player Patrica Soulja: she was surprisingly eliminated in the first round in the individual.
Monday, July 26, at 8.35 a.m.: Slalom canoeist Sideris Tsiadis (Augsburg) competes for a medal at the Olympic Games in Tokyo. In the Canadiers-One, the 2012 Olympic runners-up finished sixth in the semi-finals for a top ten final at the Butcher Canoe Slalom Center. Tasiadis, 31, is one of the German Canoe Association’s (DKV) most promising slalom experts. The final will also take place on Monday morning (8.45 pm CEST).
Olympia in news ticker: no German medals in skeet and fencing
Monday, July 26, 8:30 a.m.: Sports shooter Nadine Messerschmitt (Suhl) missed out on a medal in skeet at the Olympic Games in Tokyo. The 27-year-old sports cop on Monday finished fifth in the final with 26 hits. Messerschmidt made two mistakes at the start and fell back, but was initially within reach of the medal ranks. Given the strong performance of the competition, he no longer made the difference. After a play-off with two competitors with 120+5 goals, fourth place in the European Championship moved up to fifth place in the final round of best-six in the afternoon.
Monday, July 26, at 7:58 am: Peter Jopich was the last German foil fencer to drop out of the Olympic Games in Tokyo. The veteran lost 13:15 against Czech Alexandre Choupanich on Monday in the round of 16. One lap before he caused a surprise and defeated third-placed American Alexander Masiales. Benjamin Klebrink, on the other hand, was eliminated in his first fight. The 2008 Olympic champion was defeated in the sixteenth final by Egypt’s Alaldine Aboualkasem with 11:15. For the third German starter, André Sanita, the second round was over. The Olympic debutant clearly lost to former Italian world champion Alessio Focconi with 8:15.
Monday, July 26, at 7:40 a.m.: Suhl’s skeet shooter Nadine Messerschmidt has reached the Olympic final with the best six. The 27-year-old Olympic debut, who won the World Cup in Nicosia (Cyprus) last year and last came fourth at the European Championships in Osijek, Croatia, made it to the final with 120 goals at the Aska shooting range on Monday and A continuous series of 24 in two-day qualifying. Since the three starters had booked 120 goals, there was an imposition. Messerschmidt finished the round as second best with five hits and thus moved to fifth place. The best shooter in qualification was Chinese Meng Wei, who allowed only one miss and scored a total of 124 goals. In doing so, he equaled his own qualifying world record from 2019.
Monday, July 26, 6:10 a.m.: Carla Borger and Julia Sude also lost their second group game at the Olympic beach volleyball tournament in Tokyo and feared an early finish in Japan. The Düsseldorf pair lost to world champion Sarah Pavan/Melissa Humana-Paredes of Canada this Monday in 0:2 (17:21, 14:21), so a first German win at the Summer Games is still a long way off.
Update Monday, July 26, at 5.55am: Foil fencer Peter Jopich caused a surprise at the Olympic Games in Tokyo and reached the round of 16. The team legend of the German Fencing Association beat third-placed American Alexander Masialas in round 32 on Monday with a 15:12.
Olympia 2021: Monday (July 26) in the news ticker – German hockey men lose against Belgium
Update Monday, July 26 at 5.50am: The German judoka’s first major medal hope at the Olympic Games in Tokyo has been shattered. World Cup third Theresa Stoll (Groedern) lost in the first round of 16 after a bye against former junior world champion Eteri Liparteliani of Georgia.
Update Monday, July 26 at 5:10 amAnna-Lina Freedom was the last German tennis player to retire from the 2021 Olympics. The 27-year-old had no chance against Russia’s favorite French Open finalist Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova this Monday and clearly lost 1:6, 1:6.
Update Monday, July 26, at 4.10am: German hockey men lost their second group game at the 2021 Olympics. In Tokyo, national coach Kais Al Saadi’s team lost 1:3 (0:2) to world champions and top favorite Belgium this Monday morning (local time). Martin Hainer scored the only German goal in the final section. Initially, the DHB selection won a mandatory 7–1 win against Canada.
Olympia 2021: Monday (July 26) in the news ticker – fencer Peter Jopic is on
Update Monday, July 26, at 3 a.m.: Four-time world champion Peter Jopic is among the best 32 in foil fencing at the 2021 Olympics. The 38-year-old from Koblenz won his fight against Canadian Cai. Andrea Sanita won against Siu Lun Cheung from Hong Kong and won that too. He changed 8:14 to 15:14.
Update from Monday, July 26, 2pm: There are two team sports for Germany in Tokyo, Japan. The German hockey men’s world champions will meet Belgium at 2.30 a.m. (CET), i.e. 9.30 a.m. local time. AND: The German national handball team will face Argentina in a second preliminary round game at the 2021 Olympics – starting at 4 a.m. (CET).
Olympia 2021: Monday (July 26) in the news ticker – collision with Jonas Schomberg in triathlon
First report from 26th July: MUNICH / TOKYO – Tokyo has the first excitement of Olympia 2021*. On Monday morning (local time) an Argentine, a German athlete involved in a major fight, kicked his Spanish opponent, who was lying on the ground, in the head.
German triathlete Jonas Schomberg of Hanover in Lower Saxony apparently collided with Austrian Alois Nabl after a strong performance in swimming off the bike. Nabal lost the chain of his racing bike in the collision. He then angrily roared his bike against an advertising band and angrily shouted after Schomberg, who could continue to drive. What happened? The two triathletes apparently collided as Schomberg crashed his bike into the collision.
Olympia 2021: Monday (26 July) in the news ticker – Trouble with German triathletes
“Actually, I had a good day. But I fell on the fourth lap. There was a wave going and I was lying on the ground. Actually everything was fine. But it can go so fast,” ZDF But after the competition the German Olympic participant said and said: “I drove on a wave in the curve and then we collided. Nothing worked with his bike.”
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Schomberg, who was very hopeful for a medal, could only follow a victory over Norway’s Kristian Blumenfeldt. “I tried to drive. But the difference was already huge,” the German competitive athlete told him ZDF Ahead. In the end it was enough for only 38th place, with the second German, Justus Nischlag, 40th.
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