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Pedro Silva became the best Portuguese at the European Under-23 Championship.

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Pedro Silva became the best Portuguese at the European Under-23 Championship.

Portuguese cyclist Pedro Silva finished 11th in the European Under 23 long distance race in the junior category in Anadia, Aveiro district. The German Felix Engelhardt won the sprint race.

Engelhardt was fastest at 147.3 km in a sprint in which he defeated Czech Matias Vacek, who placed second, and Italy’s Davide de Pretto, who placed third.

It was a bad day for the Portuguese quintet in the competition, with Afonso Silva’s fall and bike change affecting work, as well as the absence of Afonso Eulalio, who didn’t line up at the start.

In the end, Pedro Silva finished 11th, included in the peloton, which was within three seconds of the group that determined the victory, which also included António Ferreira, 37th, and Pedro Pinto, 45th, while Pedro Andrade finished 65th -m. place and Afonso Silva in 97th place.

“All in all, we had a good race, a race of great difficulty, not so much because of the nature of the track, but because of the large number of above-average runners present here,” explained the coach. José Poeira, quoted by the Portuguese Cycling Federation.

In the women’s race, Daniela Campos fell to 40th place.

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Fernando Pimenta leads a delegation of 23 kayakers at the European Championships in Munich.

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Fernando Pimenta leads a delegation of 23 kayakers at the European Championships in Munich.

Limiano will compete in the K1 500, 1000 and 5000, as well as the K2 1000 with Joao Duarte, with whom he won gold in the World Cup.

The Portuguese canoeing team, which won four medals at the World Championships in Canada, three of them with the participation of Fernando Pimenta, will compete at the European Championships in Munich from 18 to 21 August with 23 athletes.

“If in the most important event of the year we managed to get this amount, we believe that in Europe the canoeing team will continue to delight the Portuguese, like us, in several crews, clear contenders for the podium”, said Lusa, the president of the federation, Vítor Felix .

The nine present in Halifax – seven from the Olympic team and two from the Paralympic team – will be boosted to include the rest of the women’s team, joined by Teresa Portela, as well as the canoe team, for a total of five elements. that Halifax failed.

Paracanoe, who had Norberto Murao’s bronze in VL2, also doubles, competing in Germany with four elements.

Fernando Pimenta is returning to compete in several 500m, 1000m and 5000m events and will be redoubled in his desire to win the gold he failed in Canada.

The Portuguese’s disappointment ran to five hundredths of a second in the K1 1000 and 300 thousandths in the K2 500 mixed in with Teresa Portela, and in the K1 5000 he was forced to give up with a broken rudder while leading the race.

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Limiano will compete in the K1 500, 1000 and 5000, as well as the K2 1000 with Joao Duarte, with whom he won gold in the World Cup.

Also of note is the K2 500 of Joao Ribeiro and Messias Baptista, fifth in the World Championships after gold and bronze in the World Cups, who later joined Emanuel Silva and David Varela in the reorganized K4 500 which was seventh. In Canada.

Teresa Portela will run the K1 200m and 500m finishes sixth and 10th in Halifax, on a team that in Germany will have the experience of fellow Olympians Francisca Laya, Joana Vasconcelos and Hélder Silva.

European canoeing is part of a multi-sport event that brings together nine modalities.

Entry and competition from Portugal to the European Championship in Munich

– 200 meters:

K1 Teresa Portela.

K1 Kevin Santos.

C1 Helder Silva.

C1 Ines Penetra.

– 500 meters:

K1 Fernando Pimenta.

K1 Teresa Portela.

K2 Joao Ribeiro/Messias Baptista.

K2 Francisca Laia/Joana Vasconcelos.

K4 Joao Ribeiro/Messias Baptista/Emanuel Silva/David Varela.

K4 Francisca Carvalho/Francisca Laya/Ana Brito/Maria Rey.

C1 Helder Silva.

C2 Marco Apura/Bruno Afonso.

C2 Ines Penetra/Beatrice Lamas.

– 1000 meters:

K1 Fernando Pimenta.

K2 Fernando Pimenta/Joao Duarte.

– 5000 meters:

K1 Fernando Pimenta.

C1 Beatrice Lamas.

Paracanoe:

VL2 Norberto Murao.

KL1 Alex Santos.

KL1 Floriano Jesus.

KL2 Hugo Costa.

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Lawyer Rafael Ramos confident in the innocence of the Portuguese

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Lawyer Rafael Ramos confident in the innocence of the Portuguese

Last week, the STJD decided to convict Rafael Ramos for practicing racist slurs. Photo: (Silvio Avila/Getty Images)

As soon as he became aware of STJD’s complaint against Portuguese right-back Rafael Ramos of Corinthians for the racial injury inflicted on midfielder Edenilson of Internacional, the Portuguese player’s lawyer gave an interview, believing in the innocence of his client.

Daniel Byalsky spoke with sports newspaper and on the basis of investigations conducted to confirm that Rafael Ramos’ innocence would be proven: “Existing investigations support Rafael’s vehement denial that he did not commit any racial crime against another player.” innocence will be proven.”

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Last Friday, the auditor of the STJD (Supreme Court for Sports Justice) Paulo Sergio Feuuz, who was in charge of investigating a complaint of racial slurs committed by Rafael Ramos, a right-back for Corinthians, against Edenilson, an Internacional midfielder, concluded that the Portuguese player was found clear signs of racial violations, and filed a complaint with the prosecutor based on article 243-G of the CBJD (Brazilian Code of Sports Justice), which concerns: “the use of discriminatory, disparaging or outrageous prejudice based on ethnicity, race, gender, color, age, an elderly person or a person with a disability”.

In a 2-2 draw, the Colorado player who won the Parque San Jorge accused the Portuguese defender of calling him a “monkey” in an argument about the ball on the turf of the Beira Rio stadium. After the match, the Corinthians player was arrested by police at the scene of the crime, still at Inter’s home, and had to pay a bail of 10,000 reais to be released.

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Penalties foreseen for a player may include a suspension of 5 to 10 matches and a fine of 100,000 to 100,000 reais. Corinthians could be expelled from the Brazilian championship if the violation is considered particularly serious.

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Brexit documentary wins Melgaço, “No Táxi do Jack” – Best Portuguese | Cinema

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Brexit documentary wins Melgaço, "No Táxi do Jack" - Best Portuguese |  Cinema

The impact of Brexit on the inhabitants of an island in Northern Ireland, filmed by Belgian director Annabelle Verbeke, in Four seasons in a daywon the top prize at the Melgasso International Documentary Film Festival, which ended on Sunday.

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