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Volleyball: Turkish women with their first European Championship title

Türkiye is European champion in women’s volleyball for the first time. The Turkish team won the exciting final match over Serbia 3-2 (27:25, 21:25, 25:22, 22:25, 15:13) in Brussels, thus remaining unbeaten in the finals held in four countries. Thus, the Turkish women also avenged their last defeat against Serbia four years ago, which lost its fourth European title after 2011, 2017 and 2019 in the final despite advancing in the group twice.


Excellent with 41 points

Melissa Vargas.

Keystone / Olivier Matisse

Basketball: Defending champion Spain is already out

Spain must return to its homeland early to participate in the Basketball World Cup in Indonesia, Japan and the Philippines. Surprisingly, the defending champion missed out on qualifying to the quarter-finals in the intermediate round. The 2019 world champion and 2022 European champion lost to Canada by a score of 85:88 in the decisive match to advance, although it was still ahead by 48:38 in the first half. The Canadiens, led by NBA star Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, moved into the quarterfinals as the top team in their group. They will meet Slovenia there on Wednesday. The other three quarter-finals are Italy-USA, Serbia-Lithuania and Germany-Latvia. The USA surprisingly lost 101:104 to Lithuania and lost the group win.

Banned Spanish player


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Basketball players in Spain miss the quarter-finals.

Keystone/Tatan Cioflana

Rowing: A successful start for Switzerland in the World Cup Finals

On the first day of the World Rowing Championships in Belgrade, all participating Swiss boats survived the heats. Andrei Strozina in the lightweight single sculls, Rafael Ahumada and Jan Schäuble in the double sculls and Andren Julich and Roman Rösli in the open category secured qualification to the quarter-finals with their victories. In the women’s category, Elaine Rolle qualified to the semi-finals in the lightweight single sculls to place second in her heat, while Aurelia Maxima Janzen qualified to the quarter-finals in the open single sculls in third place.

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