Wollongong, Australia, Sept. 21 (Prinsa Latina) Switzerland today won the gold medal in the road cycling world championships in this Australian city by defeating Italy.
The team consisted of Nicole Koehler, Marilyn Rosser, Elise Schabe, Stefan Bisiger, Stefan Kung and Mauro Schmid, leaving the guest team and the Transalpines line behind, who completed the podium.
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HAVANA, Sept. 21 (Prensa Latina) Today the organizers of the Inter-Faculty Caribbean Games of the University of Havana and March 13 of the José Antonio Echeverria Center for Advanced Technological Studies (Cocaí) are speeding up preparations for both sporting events.
During a tour of both institutions, Prensa Latina was able to check the atmosphere of competition and strong sporting confrontation between the students to compete in the two competitions that will be held from September 26 to November 3 next.
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TOKYO, Sept. 21 (Prensa Latina) Spanish tennis player Paula Padusa, the number one and fourth seed in the world rankings, unexpectedly lost today in the round of 16 of the Tokyo Open to China by Zheng Kenwen 3-6, 2-6.
On her return to the professional circuit after falling in the second round of the US Open three weeks ago, the European lost for the first time to Asia, ranked 36th in the world rankings.
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Glasgow, United Kingdom, Sept. 21 (Prinsa Latina) Scotland here today took charge of Group A of the UEFA Europa League, with a 3-0 victory over Ukraine.
A John McGinn goal in the 70th minute and two goals from Lyndon Dykes (80 and 87) gave the Scots the win against an opponent who was indifferent on the grass at Hampden Park.
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