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Farah to qualify Olympics at British Athletics Championships on June 25

18th Jun 2021
Farah to qualify Olympics at British Athletics Championships on June 25

Photo: Sir Mo Farah (Credit: Ed Clayton/Flickr)

Athletics

Two-time Olympic 10,000m champion Sir Mo Farah will attempt to qualify for the Tokyo Games at the British Athletics Championships on June 25 in Manchester. Farah, 38, was hampered by an ankle injury as he clocked 27 minutes 50.54 seconds at the European 10,000m Cup in Birmingham on  June 5.

Having now recovered, he will try again to finish inside the Olympic qualifying time of 27:28.00 for the 10,000m. An invitational race will take place on day one of the national championships.

The Birmingham event was the official Olympic 10,000m trial for British athletes. Farah finished eighth and was the second British runner behind Marc Scott so will be selected for Tokyo if he runs inside 27:28.00 in Manchester. An international field, along with pacemakers, is being assembled to help Farah achieve it.

Before the Birmingham race, Farah, who won the 5,000m/10,000m double at both London 2012 and Rio 2016, had competed only once on the track since the 2017 World Championships, having concentrated on the marathon since then.He won the Djibouti half-marathon in March in his only previous outing of 2021.

Boxing

Asian Amateur Championships, India (May 21–31)

Men’s Light flyweight 49 kg: (Gold) Nodirjon Mirzakhmedov (UZB)
Men’s Light flyweight 49 kg: (Silver) Daniyal Sabit (KAZ)
Men’s Flyweight 52 kg: (Gold) Shakhobidin Zoirov (UZB)
Men’s Flyweight 52 kg: (Bronze) Saken Bibossinov (KAZ)
Men’s Flyweight 52 kg: (Bronze) Azat Usenaliev (KGZ)
Men’s Bantamweight 56 kg: (Silver) Mirazizbek Mirzakhalilov (UZB)
Men’s Bantamweight 56 kg: (Bronze) Akylbek Esenbek Uulu (KGZ)
Men’s Lightweight 60 kg: (Silver) Danial Shahbakhsh (IRI)
Men’s Lightweight 60 kg: (Bronze) Abdumalik Khalokov (UZB)
Men’s Light welterweight 64 kg: (Bronze) Bakhodur Usmonov (TJK)
Men’s Light welterweight 64 kg: (Bronze) Elnur Abduraimov (UZB)
Men’s Welterweight 69 kg: (Gold) Bobo-Usmon Baturov (UZB)
Men’s Welterweight 69 kg: (Silver) Ablaikhan Zhussupov (KAZ)
Men’s Middleweight 75 kg: (Gold) Saidjamshid Jafarov (UZB)
Men’s Middleweight 75 kg: (Silver) Abilkhan Amankul (KAZ)
Men’s Middleweight 75 kg: (Bronze) Shahin Mousavi (IRI)
Men’s Light heavyweight 81 kg: (Gold) Dilshodbek Ruzmetov (UZB)
Men’s Light heavyweight 81 kg: (Silver) MeisaMen’s Gheshlaghi (IRI)
Men’s Light heavyweight 81 kg: (Bronze) Erkin Adylbek Uulu (KGZ)
Men’s Light heavyweight 81 kg: (Bronze) Shabbos Negmatulloev (TJK)
Men’s Heavyweight 91 kg: (Silver) Vassiliy Levit (KAZ)
Men’s Heavyweight 91 kg: (Bronze) RustaMen’s Yrysbek Uulu (KGZ)
Men’s Heavyweight 91 kg: (Bronze) Sanjar Tursunov (UZB)
Men’s Super heavyweight +91 kg: (Gold) Bakhodir Jalolov (UZB)
Men’s Super heavyweight +91 kg: (Silver) Kamshybek Kunkabayev (KAZ)
Men’s Super heavyweight +91 kg: (Bronze) Abdulrahman Al-Anzi (KUW)
Men’s Super heavyweight +91 kg: (Bronze) Pouria Amiri (IRI)
Women’s Light flyweight 48 kg: (Gold) Alua Balkibekova (KAZ)
Women’s Light flyweight 48 kg: (Silver) Gulasal Sultonalieva (UZB)
Women’s Flyweight 51 kg: (Gold) NazyMen’s Kyzaibay (KAZ)
Women’s Bantamweight 54 kg: (Gold) Dina Zholaman (KAZ)
Women’s Bantamweight 54 kg: (Silver) Sitora Shogdarova (UZB)
Women’s Featherweight 57 kg: (Gold) Sitora Turdibekova (UZB)
Women’s Featherweight 57 kg: (Silver) Vladislava Kukhta (KAZ)
Women’s Featherweight 57 kg: (Bronze) Mijgona Samadova (TJK)
Women’s Lightweight 60 kg: (Gold) Rimma Volossenko (KAZ)
Women’s Lightweight 60 kg: (Silver) Huswatun Hasanah (INA)
Women’s Lightweight 60 kg: (Bronze) Shoira Zulkaynarova (TJK)
Women’s Light welterweight 64 kg: (Gold) Milana Safronova (KAZ)
Women’s Light welterweight 64 kg: (Bronze) Mokhinabonu Abdullaeva (UZB)
Women’s Light welterweight 64 kg: (Bronze) Noura Al-Mutairi (KUW)
Women’s Welterweight 69 kg: (Gold) Valentina Khalzova (KAZ)
Women’s Welterweight 69 kg: (Silver) Navbakhor Khamidova (UZB)
Women’s Middleweight 75 kg: (Silver) Mavluda Movlonova (UZB)
Women’s Middleweight 75 kg: (Bronze) Marina Volnova (KAZ)
Women’s Light heavyweight 81 kg: (Gold) Fariza Sholtay (KAZ)
Women’s Light heavyweight 81 kg: (Silver) Sokhiba Ruzmetova (UZB)
Women’s Heavyweight +81 kg: (Gold) Lazzat Kungeibayeva (KAZ)
Women’s Heavyweight +81 kg: (Bronze) Mokhira Abdullaeva (UZB)
Women’s Heavyweight +81 kg: (Bronze) Hanan Al-Zeyoudi (UAE)

 

Football

Zinedine Zidane walked out on Real Madrid because the club and its president, Florentino Pérez, systematically undermined him, according to an extraordinary open letter from the Frenchman to supporters.

In the letter, published in the sports daily AS four days after his resignation on May 27 was made official, Zidane made it clear that he intends to continue coaching and offers his reasons for departing. He paints a damning portrait of the club, describing a culture in which coaches are not backed by the hierarchy and are subjected to distrust and strategic leaks that weaken their position.

 

Tennis

The French Open: Paris, France (May 24–Jun 13, 2021)

Muslim Player Player tracker:

Key: (SR) Singles Rank or (DR)

June 8, Men’s Doubles, Quarter-final, 1h 23
Tomislav Brkić, 31 (Bosnia and Herzegovina) & N.Čačić, 30 (Croatia) Doubles Rank 66 lost 6,7 1,6 to Nicolas Mahut, 39 & Pierre-Hugues Herbert, 30 (France) Doubles Rank 20

June 7, Women’s Singles,Round 4, 53 min
Ons Jabeur
, 26 (Tunisia) Singles Rank 26 lost 3,6 1,6 to Coco Gauff, 17 (USA) Singles Rank 25

June 6, Boys Singles, Round 1, 1h 13
Mehdi Sadaoui, 18 (France) Singles Rank 2200 lost 6,7 3,6 to Dali Blanch, 18 (USA) Singles Rank 2051

June 4, Women’s Doubles, Round 2, 1h 04
Zarina Diyas, 27 (Kazakhstan) & Varvara Gracheva, 20 (Russia) Doubles Rank 477 lost 0,6 2,6 to Magda Linette, 29. (Poland) & Bernarda Pera, 26 (USA) Doubles Rank 138

June 4, Women’s Doubles, Round 2, 2h 05
Asia Muhammad, 30 (USA) & Jessica Pegula, 27 (USA) Doubles Rank 38 – lost 6,4 4,6 0,6 to Lucie Hradecká, 36 (Czech Republic) & Laura Siegemund 33 (Germany) Doubles Rank 35

June 3, Women’s Singles, Round 2, 2h 27
Zarina Diyas, 27 (Kazakhstan) Singles Rank 93 lost 6, 4 2,6 4,6 to Elise Mertens. 25 (Belgium) Singles Rank 15

June 2, Men’s Singles, Round 2, 2h 27
Roman Safiullin, 23 (Russia) Singles Rank 181 lost 6,7 3,6 6,7 to Alexander Zverev, 24 (Germany) Singles Rank 6

May 30, Men’s Singles, Round 1, 1h 57

Mikhail Kukushkin, 33 (Kazakhstan) Singles Rank 106 lost 4,6 4,6 3,6 to Alejandro Davidovich Fokina (Spain) Singles Rank 46

May 27, Men’s Singles, Qualifiers Round 2,1h 17
Mohamed Safwat, 30 (Egypt) Singles Rank 162 lost 1,6 2,6 to Juan Manuel Cerúndolo, 19 (Argentina) – SR 147

May 26, Women’s Singles, Qualifiers Round 2,1h 45
Asia Muhammad, 30 (USA) Singles Rank 199 lost 6,7 4,6 to Liang En-shuo, 20 (Taiwan) – SR 295

May 26, Men’s Singles, Qualifiers Round 2, 1h 03
Altuğ Çelikbilek, 24 (Turkey) Singles Rank 238 lost 3,6 2,6 to Daniel Elahi Galán, 24 (Colombia) – SR 106

May 26, Women’s Singles, Qualifiers Round 2, 1h 10
Çağla Büyükakçay, 31 (Turkey) Singles Rank 178 lost 2,6 4,6 to Storm Sanders, 26 (Australia) – SR 161

May 26, Women’s Singles, Qualifiers Round 2, 3h 03
Mayar Sherif, 25 (Egypt) Singles Rank 120 lost 5,7 7,5 6,7 to Jaqueline Cristian, 22 (Romania) – SR 152

May 25, Men’s Singles, Qualifiers Round 1, 1h 40
Cem İlkel, 25 (Turkey) Singles Rank 198 lost 4,6 4,6 to Mohamed Safwat, 30 (Egypt) – SR 162

May 25, Women’s Singles, Qualifiers Round 1, 1h 34
Pemra Özgenn, 35 (Turkey) Singles Rank 236 lost 3,6 4,6 to G .Min, 27 (USA) – SR 188

May 25, Men’s Singles, Qualifiers Round 1, 1h 31
Damir Džumhur, 29 (Bosnia and Herzegovina) Singles Rank 125 lost 6,2 2,6 1,6 to Denis Istomin, 34 (Uzbekistan) -SR 203

 

Weightlifting

Junior World Championships, Tashkent, Uzbekistan (May 23 – 31):

Muslim Medalist tracker

Men’s 55 kg total: (Gold) Ablay Auyelkhanov (KAZ) 248 kg
Men’s 55 kg total: (Silver) Ogabek Nafasov (UZB) 233 kg
Men’s 55 kg Snatch: (Gold) Ablay Auyelkhanov (KAZ) 108 kg
Men’s 55 kg Snatch: (Silver) Ogabek Nafasov (UZB) 104 kg
Men’s 55 kg Clean & Jerk: (Gold) Ablay Auyelkhanov (KAZ) 140 kg
Men’s 55 kg Clean & Jerk: (Silver) Ogabek Nafasov (UZB) 129 kg
Men’s 61 kg total: (Silver) Alexey Drozdov (KAZ) 282 kg
Men’s 61 kg Snatch: (Silver) Alexey Drozdov (KAZ) 128 kg
Men’s 61 kg Clean & Jerk: (Silver) Alexey Drozdov (KAZ) 154 kg
Men’s 67 kg total: (Gold) Muhammed Furkan Özbek (TUR) 317 kg
Men’s 67 kg total: (Silver) Sairamkez Akmolda (KAZ) 308 kg
Men’s 67 kg total: (Bronze) Yusuf Fehmi Genç (TUR) 301 kg
Men’s 67 kg Snatch: (Gold) Muhammed Furkan Özbek (TUR) 141 kg
Men’s 67 kg Clean & Jerk: (Gold) Sairamkez Akmolda (KAZ) 176 kg
Men’s 67 kg Clean & Jerk: (Silver) Muhammed Furkan Özbek (TUR) 176 kg
Men’s 67 kg Clean & Jerk: (Bronze) Yusuf Fehmi Genç (TUR) 168 kg
Men’s 73 kg total: (Gold) Rizki Juniansyah (INA) 349 kg
Men’s 73 kg Snatch: (Silver) Rizki Juniansyah (INA) 155 kg
Men’s 73 kg Clean & Jerk: (Bronze) Rizki Juniansyah (INA) 194 kg
Men’s 81 kg total: (Gold) Mukhammadkodir Toshtemirov (UZB) 343 kg
Men’s 81 kg total: (Bronze) Khojiakbar Olimov (UZB) 326 kg
Men’s 81 kg Snatch: (Gold) Mukhammadkodir Toshtemirov (UZB) 161 kg
Men’s 81 kg Clean & Jerk: (Gold) Mukhammadkodir Toshtemirov (UZB) 182 kg
Men’s 81 kg Clean & Jerk: (Gold) Khojiakbar Olimov (UZB) 176 kg
Men’s 96 kg Snatch: (Bronze) Hossein Biranvand (IRI) 157 kg
Men’s 102 kg total: (Gold) Rakhat Bekbolat (KAZ) 377 kg
Men’s 102 kg Snatch: (Gold) Rakhat Bekbolat (KAZ) 175 kg
Men’s 102 kg Clean & Jerk: (Gold) Rakhat Bekbolat (KAZ) 202 kg
Men’s 109+ kg total: (Silver) Reza Hassanpour (IRI) 398 kg
Men’s 109+ kg total: (Bronze) Alireza Zandi (IRI) 394 kg
Men’s 109+ kg Snatch: (Silver) Alireza Zandi (IRI) 173 kg
Men’s 109+ kg Snatch: (Bronze) Reza Hassanpour (IRI) 172 kg
Men’s 109+ kg Clean & Jerk: (Silver) Reza Hassanpour (IRI) 226 kg
Men’s 109+ kg Clean & Jerk: (Bronze) Alireza Zandi (IRI) 221 kg
Women’s 45 kg total: (Gold) Cansu Bektaş (TUR) 154 kg
Women’s 46 kg total: (Silver) Melisa Güneş (TUR) 149 kg
Women’s 46 kg Snatch: (Gold) Cansu Bektaş (TUR) 70 kg
Women’s 47 kg Snatch: (Silver) Melisa Güneş (TUR) 69 kg
Women’s 48 kg Clean & Jerk: (Gold) Cansu Bektaş (TUR) 84 kg
Women’s 49 kg Clean & Jerk: (Bronze) Melisa Güneş (TUR) 80kg
Women’s 55 kg total: (Bronze) Juliana Klarisa (INA) 185 kg
Women’s 59 kg total: (Gold) Ghofrane Belkhir (TUN) 211 kg
Women’s 59 kg total: (Silver) Cansel Özkan (TUR) 194 kg
Women’s 59 kg Snatch: (Gold) Ghofrane Belkhir (TUN) 91 kg
Women’s 59 kg Snatch: (Silver) Cansel Özkan (TUR) 90 kg
Women’s 59 kg Clean & Jerk: (Gold) Ghofrane Belkhir (TUN) 120 kg
Women’s 64 kg total: (Bronze) Gulnur Ybray (KAZ) 205 kg
Women’s 64 kg Clean & Jerk: (Bronze) Anggi Restu (INA) 114 kg
Women’s 64 kg Snatch: (Bronze) Chaima Rahmouni (TUN) 92 kg
Women’s 71 kg total: (Silver) Kumushkhon Fayzullaeva (KAZ) 225 kg
Women’s 71 kg Snatch: (Gold) Kumushkhon Fayzullaeva (KAZ) 103 kg
Women’s 71 kg Clean & Jerk: (Silver) Kumushkhon Fayzullaeva (KAZ) 122 kg
Women’s 81 kg total: (Silver) Dilara Uçan (TUR) 222 kg
Women’s 81 kg Snatch: (Gold) Dilara Uçan (TUR) 99 kg
Women’s 81 kg Clean & Jerk: (Bronze) Dilara Uçan (TUR) 123 kg
Women’s 87 kg total: (Gold) Tursunoy Jabborova (UZB) 244 kg
Women’s 87 kg total: (Bronze) Yekta Jamali (IRI) 208 kg
Women’s 87 kg Snatch: (Gold) Tursunoy Jabborova (UZB) 111 kg
Women’s 87 kg Snatch: (Bronze) Yekta Jamali (IRI) 92 kg
Women’s 87 kg Clean & Jerk: (Gold) Tursunoy Jabborova (UZB) 133 kg
Women’s 87 kg Clean & Jerk: (Bronze) Yekta Jamali (IRI) 116 kg
Women’s 87+ kg total: (Gold) Aysamal Sansyzbayeva (KAZ) 258 kg
Women’s 87+ kg Snatch: (Gold) Aysamal Sansyzbayeva (KAZ) 113 kg
Women’s 87+ kg Clean & Jerk: (Gold) Aysamal Sansyzbayeva (KAZ) 145 kg
Women’s 87+ kg Clean & Jerk: (Bronze) Nuran Yalçın (TUR) 121 kg

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