A bit of USON in the Rugby World Cup, a tournament medal in Olympic hopes… Sport news from Nivernais

A bit of USON in the Rugby World Cup, a tournament medal in Olympic hopes… Sport news from Nivernais


World Cup: Gianni came on against Australia.USON Nevers’ Georgian second row, Lasha Gianni, played part of the match, Saturday, September 9, against Australia, which won 35-15. He returned on time and will be available to face Portugal on Saturday 23 September (2pm) in Toulouse.

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Olympic hopes: C4 bronze medalist Lisa Dagono.This was her goal, and she achieved it. Saturday 9 September, in Poznań (Poland), during the Olympic hopes, the young competitor from Esperance Canoe-Saint-Léger-des-Finn Lisa Dagono won a beautiful bronze medal in C4 with her partners Lisa Cornet (Angers), Chloe Nicot (Gerarmé) and Amalia Lopez (Gerarmé). A few minutes earlier, she finished ninth in the U16 500m final. Louis Lemin (U17, 500m, U17) finished seventh in the B final. Also in the B Final, Corianne Marchand (Under 500m, U16) placed eighth. The duo of Tom Durand-Louis Lemin (U17, C2 500m) finished fourth in the B final.


Vuelta: Martinez in the top 20 heading into the final week. Lenny Martinez had a quiet day, Sunday 10 September, during the fifteenth stage of the Tour of Spain, contested between Pamplona and Liconberry. FDJ Groupama’s young Nivernais finished 61st, 7:20 inches behind today’s winner, Portugal’s Rui Costa (Intermarché Circus Wanty).

Overall, Lenny Martinez sits in 19th place, 36’24” behind leader Sepp Kuss (Jumbo Wisma). Julien Bernard (Lidl Trek) finished the stage in 57th place and is 90th overall, more than 2 hours and 14 minutes behind Kuss.

This Monday, September 11, it’s time for the second day of rest for runners. There will remain six stages after that.

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Lenny Martinez, 19th in the Vuelta before the third and final week. Archive photo by Pierre Destrade


Anna Baran 44 in Saint-Jean-de-Monts.Anna Baran (Fiesole Triathlon Group) 44th competed in Saint-Jean-de-Monts (Vendée), during the French Club Championships (Division 1), on Saturday 9 September and Sunday 10 September.

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Rubino is in good shape.Stefan Rubino, after winning the Final Four of the Masters, won the supranational championship in Carcassonne (AUDI), on Sunday 10 September, in collaboration with Italians Diego Rizzi and Alessio Cucciolo. The Fréjus licensed trio dominated the French champions, Thierry Grande-Jean Velten-Moise Helfreich, in the final, 13-12.

Stephane Rubino won the supranational race in Carcassonne on Sunday 10 September. Archive photo by Fred Longone


63 teams in JGS Nevers doubles tournament.The eighth edition of the “Bernard Barthenov Memorial” doubles tournament organized by the JGS Nevers team concluded on Sunday, September 10. This year, 63 teams participated in the tournament, distributed as follows: 13 women’s teams, 23 men’s teams, and 28 mixed teams.

Gentlemen: Gaylord Guillot (15) – Damien Golfier (15/2, Fuzel) beat Romain Ryand (15/2, ASPTT Nevers) – Thibaud Houtin (15/4, JGS Nevers) 7-5, 7-6.
Women: Angelique Hubert (15/2) – Mathilde Tapin (15/2, USO Nevers) beat Sandrine Hutin (30/1) – Elodie Merlin (15/2, GGS Nevers) 6-1, 6- 2.
Mixed: Didier Parthenov (4/15) – Bernadette Montillon (2/15, GGS Nevers) beat Elodie Merlin (2/15) – Bruno Hutin (30, GGS Nevers) 6-1, 6-3.

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Sports Games

Darcy II in Dijon.Lola D’Arcy (former member of the Varennes-Vauzelles running team), now licensed at the University of Dijon in California, took second place in the 10km du Bien Public, on Saturday, September 9, in Dijon. Nevernaise finished the race in a time of 38:02, just behind Kenya’s Nelly Mutai (37:08, Kamin Villeurbanne).

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