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No Lavreysen and Hoogland medals at the Nations Cup in Cali

09:28 am Track cyclists Harrie Lavreysen and Jeffrey Hoogland have lost medals in the keirin section of the Nations Cup competition in Cali. Lavreysen won the final B in the city of Colombia. Hoogland is fourth. Victory in the A-finals went to Nicholas Paul of Trinidad and Tobago. The two Dutch track drivers will compete in a sprint on Sunday.

Hetty van der Wouw just lost a medal in the 500 meter time trial. She was fourth, 0.759 seconds behind Colombia’s Martha Bayona. Steffie van der Peet finished seventh.

Mylène de Zoete finished ninth in the omnium. The victory went to Jennifer Valente from America.

Nearly 2 million spectators for Orange Lionesses’ first European Championship match

09:11 The Orange Lionesses’ first game at the European Football Championship in England was watched by nearly 2 million people on Saturday night. The Dutch women’s team drew against Sweden, 1-1.

This audience was almost as large as the women’s first match at the previous European Championship, in our country in 2017. Then the Netherlands beat the Norwegian women. The most watched broadcast about the European Cup at that time was a tribute to Dutch women which was watched by 5.4 million people.

The women’s match became the most-watched event on television on Saturday night.

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