Roubaix – Jorgenson sick from animal droppings?

Present in the large breakaway group which for a long time paved the way on the last Paris-Roubaix, Matteo Jorgenson could not achieve the same feat as Florian Vermeersch (Lotto Soudal) or Gianni Moscon (INEOS Grenadiers), who were able to join in the fight with the favorites when they returned. Having crossed the line in … Read more

A street dweller would have abused a patient in an ICU in Cartagena

A street dweller allegedly sexually abused an older 64-year-old woman in the intensive care unit of the Hospital Universitario de Cartagena. According to the first versions, the man was also admitted to the health care center and would have taken advantage of a carelessness of the health personnel to violate the woman, who since last … Read more

Tour of Lombardy – Cyrille Guimard: “Evenepoel is the big favorite”

Cyrille Guimard is back on Cycling for a new column! The Druid first came back to the very beautiful Paris-Roubaix which we attended on Sunday, with particular emphasis on the performance of Florian Vermeerschsecond behind Sonny Colbrelli. Ensuite, Cyrille Guimard mentioned the Tower of Lombardy, the last Monument of the season which takes place on … Read more

Roubaix – Wout Van Aert finished 7th: “I was sometimes too scared …”

And Mathieu van der Poel (Alpecin-Fenix), third behind Sonny Colbrelli (Bahrain Victorious) et Florian Vermeersch (Lotto Soudal), held its rank perfectly this Sunday on the occasion of the 118th Paris-Roubaix, the other big favorite of the race, Wout Van Aert (Team Jumbo-Visma), had a much more difficult day. Never in the right tempo and often … Read more

Roubaix – Marc Madiot: “The recipe for winning? To want “

1991 – 2021… Marc Madiot, the general manager of the Groupama-FDJ, already winner of Paris-Roubaix in 1985, thus celebrates this year the thirty years of its second victory over theHell of the North ! But for the Mayennais, very happy with the return from the event after more than 900 days of absence, the essential … Read more

Europe – Road – LIVE VIDEO The men’s road race live

The european championships end this Sunday with the elite men’s road race. On the program, hardly 180 kilometers of race around Trento, but a demanding course which should offer a beautiful spectacle. The favorites are numerous, but given the shape of the moment, Sonny Colbrelli can be considered as the man to beat, especially since … Read more

Minsal reports Friday with fewer cases in 16 months: Aysén registers 0% in PCR positivity | National

This Friday morning, the Ministry of Health (Minsal) reported 504 infections of covid-19 in Chile, 321 symptomatic and 142 asymptomatic. Thus, the total number of people in the active stage of the disease went from 3,648 to 3,717. In detail, it is about Lowest Friday in 16 months since April 1, 2020, when 985 diagnoses … Read more

Tour de France: doping raid and suspicious factors

Dthe curtain has fallen. And some questions remain unanswered after the Tour de France. For example: How is Matej Mohoric’s gesture at the finish line to be interpreted after his victory in the stage last Friday? As a pantomime on the bike, he first put his finger over his mouth and then moved his thumb … Read more

Tour de France – Philippe Gilbert: “I have another vision of cycling”

The runners of the Tour de France have therefore entered the Pyrenees this weekend. Smoothly first Saturday in the direction of Quillan, then in a much more arduous way from Sunday. This Tuesday, the peloton will in particular climb the col de Portet d’Aspet, a place that brings back bad memories to Philippe gilbert, who … Read more

Minsal reports 1,892 new cases: ICU drops 322 patients in 7 days but occupation remains red | National

On Wednesday morning, the Ministry of Health (Minsal) reported 1,892 new cases of covid-19 in Chile. According to the daily report, the Government assured that 13 regions confirmed less than 100 infections. That is, only the Metropolitana (840), Valparaíso (192) and Bío Bío (146) they surpassed that mark. Of the total, 1,437 patients were declared … Read more