French results (the seventh day)

French results (the seventh day)

Paul Roget, Media 365: posted on Wed Jun 28 2023 at 08:27

The French team won three new medals, including two golds, on the seventh day of the European Games.

Two new coronations for the France team! On Tuesday, the seventh of these European Games, smile at the Tricolores. In breaking already, the new Olympic discipline. Danis Seville, nicknamed B-Boy Danny Dan, dominated the Dutch B-Boy Mino (2-1), the European champion, in the final match to buy his ticket to the 2024 Paris Olympic Games. I am French and I am the first European to qualify for the Games in France… I will do my best to let France win this first gold medal! For the president of the French Dance Federation, this is “the result of the long work of the whole team for years.” Mustafa) and trainers. “It’s a very touching victory for us,” said Charles Ferreira.

In table tennis, it was Felix Lebrun who caused a sensation in Poland, winning the European Champion title when he was just 16 years old! The Montpellier player dominated the Portuguese Marcos Freitas (4-3) in the final match. His older brother Alexis Lebrun (18 years old) lost to Freitas in the semi-finals, then took advantage of the deal of Andre Gasina, whom he had to face in the small final, to take the bronze. Que du bonheur! each of us. But having it in your hands…it’s incredible!Like many French representatives who will have to watch next year in the capital. In the meantime, they allow the French team to rise to sixth place in the medal standings.

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Medal table

1- Italy – 63 medals (19 gold, 19 silver, 25 bronze)
2 – Spain – 43 medals (18 gold, 11 silver, 14 bronze)
3 – Ukraine – 34 medals (17 gold, 10 silver, 7 bronze)
4- Germany – 33 medals (12 gold, 10 silver, 11 bronze)
5- Poland – 34 medals (11 gold, 14 silver, 9 bronze)
6- France – 36 medals (8 gold, 11 silver, 17 bronze)
7- Great Britain – 27 medals (8 gold, 4 silver, 15 bronze)
8- Netherlands – 16 medals (7 gold, 5 silver, 4 bronze)
9- Turkey – 25 medals (6 gold, 7 silver and 12 bronze)
10- Austria – 13 medals (5 gold, 2 silver, 6 bronze)

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