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Dutch mountain bikers finish sixth in a mixed relay at the World Cup

2:38 pm: Dutch mountain bikers finished sixth in the mixed relay event at the World Championships in Les Gates, France. Gold went to Switzerland, which finished 1.17.14. The Swiss kept Italy 6 seconds behind. The United States took the bronze by 14 seconds.

Holland came into play with Anne Terpstra, Beck Peters, Chris Van Dyck, Tom Schlekens, Renz Teunissen van Manen and Lauren Mullingraf. Van Dyck replaced the ailing David Nordman. The Dutch team finished 2.13 minutes ahead of the gold medal.

Odgaard with AZ to Portugal to return

11:21 am Jens Odgaard traveled with AZ to Portugal to return in the Conference League play-offs. Thursday night, Gil Vicente is the opponent. The 23-year-old striker is back from injury.

Odgaard has yet to play for AZ this season, which was too strong for Gil Vicente last Thursday at Alkmaar with a 4-0. In the Dutch league, he won his first two matches.

AZ coach Pascal Jansen has selected 22 players for the first leg in Portugal, which begins at 9pm. Riccidy Bazor will remain in the Netherlands, as will Zenho Vanheusden and Jesper Carlson. The trio is not fit enough yet.

Nico Denz leaves DSM for BORA-hansgrohe

10:50 am German cyclist Nico Denz is leaving DSM after three seasons to start work with Germany’s BORA-hansgrohe.

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The 28-year-old Deans won the Tour de Vendée in 2018 and won the sixth stage in the Tour of Switzerland earlier this year.

“I think obviously I’m not going to come to this team as a captain,” said Deans. “But as a German, it is especially special to play with the best German team. I hope to put my experience at the service of the team.”

Badminton couple Piek / Tabeling reach the World Cup

09:29 a.m. Dutch badminton players Celina Beck and Robintabling reach the eighth mixed doubles finals at the World Cup in Tokyo. After a first-round bye, they won their first World Cup match. They did so by defeating Zakaria Jociano Sumante and Hadiana Gulimarbella of Indonesia 21-16, 21-16.

In the eighth final, Japan’s Beck Andtabling will face Utah Watanabe and Arisa Higashino on Thursday.

Deborah Gill and Sheryl Senen exited in the second round of the women’s doubles on Wednesday. Japanese badminton players Rin Iwanaga and Kei Nakanishi were very strong with a score of 23-21, 21-15.

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