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2019 EuroLeague Final Four

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2019 EuroLeague Final Four

The 2019 EuroLeague Final Four was the concluding EuroLeague Final Four tournament of the 2018–19 EuroLeague season, the 62nd season of Europe's premier club basketball tournament, and the 19th season since it was first organised by Euroleague Basketball. It was the 32nd Final Four of the modern EuroLeague Final Four era (1988–present), and the 34th time overall that the competition has concluded with a final four format. The Final Four was played at the Fernando Buesa Arena in Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain, on 17 and 19 May 2019.[2][3] Venue On May 15, 2018, Euroleague Basketball announced that the Final Four will be held in the Fernando Buesa Arena in Vitoria-Gasteiz. Vitoria-Gasteiz Vitoria-Gasteiz 2019 EuroLeague Final Four (Europe) Fernando Buesa Arena Capacity: 15,716 Background Real Madrid Real Madrid failed to defend the title after finishing the regular season in the third position, with a 22–8 record, and being the first qualified team by beating Panathinaikos OPAP 3–0 in the pla

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2019 Geneva Open

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2019 Geneva Open

The 2019 Geneva Open (sponsored by Banque Eric Sturdza) was a men's tennis tournament played on outdoor clay courts. It was the 17th edition of the Geneva Open and part of the ATP World Tour 250 series of the 2019 ATP World Tour. It took place at the Tennis Club de Genève in Geneva, Switzerland, from May 19 through May 25, 2019.[1] Singles main draw entrants Seeds Country Player Rank1 Seed  GER Alexander Zverev 5 1   SUI Stan Wawrinka 29 2  CHI Cristian Garín 35 3  HUN Márton Fucsovics 37 4  MDA Radu Albot 44 5  FRA Adrian Mannarino 50 6  AUS Matthew Ebden 54 7  ITA Andreas Seppi 65 8 Rankings are as of May 13, 2019. Other entrants The following players received wildcards into the singles main draw: Feliciano López Janko Tipsarević Stan Wawrinka The following players received entry from the qualifying draw: Grigor Dimitrov Damir Džumhur Lorenzo Sonego Bernabé Zapata Miralles Withdrawals Matteo Berrettini

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2019 Lyon Open

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2019 Lyon Open

The 2019 Lyon Open (also known as the Open Parc Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes Lyon) was a men's tennis tournament to be played on outdoor clay courts. It was the third edition of the Lyon Open and part of the ATP World Tour 250 series of the 2019 ATP World Tour. It took place in the city of Lyon, France, from May 19 through May 25, 2019.[1] Singles main draw entrants Seeds Country Player Rank1 Seed  GEO Nikoloz Basilashvili 18 1  ESP Roberto Bautista Agut 20 2  CAN Denis Shapovalov 22 3  CAN Félix Auger-Aliassime 30 4  SRB Dušan Lajović 31 5  FRA Richard Gasquet 39 6  FRA Pierre-Hugues Herbert 40 7  POL Hubert Hurkacz 41 8 Rankings are as of May 13, 2019. Other entrants The following players received wildcards into the singles main draw: Richard Gasquet Corentin Moutet Denis Shapovalov The following player received entry using a protected ranking into the singles main draw: Jo-Wilfried Tsonga The following players received entr

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2019 PGA Championship

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2019 PGA Championship

The 2019 PGA Championship was the 101st edition of the PGA Championship, and the second of golf's four major championships in 2019, held May 16–19 at the Black Course in Bethpage State Park, Farmingdale, New York. This was the first edition under the new schedule in which the PGA Championship is the second major of the year, having previously been the final one for decades.[1] It was the third major and first PGA Championship at Bethpage Black, which hosted U.S. Opens in 2002 and 2009, won by Tiger Woods and Lucas Glover, respectively.[2] Brooks Koepka won his second PGA Championship, and fourth major, by two strokes ahead of runner-up Dustin Johnson. By doing so he became first player to successfully defend both the PGA Championship and the U.S. Open in a career, and became fourth player to successfully defend two different majors in a career. At age 29 he became the only player currently under 30 to win at least four majors, and he returned to being ranked number one in the world. Johnson became the eighth

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2019 Sudirman Cup

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2019 Sudirman Cup

The 2019 Sudirman Cup (officially known as the 2019 Total BWF Sudirman Cup for sponsorship reasons) is the 16th edition of the Sudirman Cup, the biennial international badminton championship contested by the mixed national teams of the member associations of Badminton World Federation (BWF), since its inception in 1989. The tournament is played in Nanning, China, between 19 and 26 May 2019.[1] Korea is the defending champion. Host city selection Nanning was the only bidder for this event.[2] The bid was approved by Badminton World Federation on 18 March 2017 during a meeting in Kuala Lumpur.[3] The city itself won the internal bidding phase by the Chinese Badminton Association, being the preferred city over Nanjing (later chosen to host 2018 BWF World Championships), Qingdao, and Wuhan.[4] Seedings The seedings for 32 teams competing in the tournament were announced on 12 March 2019.[5] It was based on aggregated points from the best players in the world ranking as of 5 March 2019. The tournament was div

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2019 World Aesthetic Gymnastics Championships

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2019 World Aesthetic Gymnastics Championships

The 2019 World Aesthetic Gymnastics Championships, the 20th edition of the Aesthetic group gymnastics competition, will be held in Cartagena, Spain from May 17 to 19, at the Sport palace of Cartagena.[1] Participating nations  Austria  Belarus  Bulgaria  Canada  Czech Republic  Denmark  Estonia  Finland  France  Faroe Islands  Hungary  Italy  Japan  Kazakhstan  Luxembourg  Moldova  Malaysia  Mexico  Russia  Slovenia  Singapore  Spain  Ukraine  United States  Uzbekistan Medal winners Event Gold Silver Bronze Senior Final Madonna  Russia Daria Kuklina, Polina Sosina, Alina Bolbat, Lyubov Palchikova, Anastasiia Ponikarova, Valeriya Uryupian, Sofiia Ostrovskaia, Viktoriia Prudnikova, Marina Onishchenko Minetit  Finland Camilla Berg, Venla Niemenmaa, Emmi Nikkilä, Siiri Puuska, Ella Ratilainen, Riina Ruismäki, Viivi Saarenrinne, Pihla Silvennoinen, Milja Vuorenmaa OVO Team  Finland Aino Handelberg, Angelica Kangas, A

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2019 South and Central American Men's Club Handball Championship

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2019 South and Central American Men's Club Handball Championship

The 2019 South and Central American Men's Club Handball Championship the 1st edition of this tournament was held in Taubaté, Brazil from 22 to 26 May 2019. It acted as a qualifying tournament for the 2019 IHF Super Globe.[1][2] Participating teams SAG Villa Ballester UNLu Handebol Taubaté EC Pinheiros Ovalle Balonmano Luterano de Valparaíso Colegio Alemán Scuola Italiana Preliminary round Group A Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification 1 Handebol Taubaté (H) 3 3 0 0 110 42 +68 6 Semifinals 2 UNLu 3 2 0 1 80 72 +8 4 3 Ovalle Balonmano 3 1 0 2 60 90 −30 2 5–8th place semifinals 4 Colegio Alemán 3 0 0 3 56 102 −46 0 Source: solumaxsolutions.com.br(H) Host. All times are local (UTC–3). 22 May 14:00 UNLu 34–21 Colegio Alemán Ginásio CEMTE, Taubaté Attendance: 180 Referees: Menezes, Pinto (BRA) Vera 6 (21–6) Martín 8 5× 3× Report 2× 1× 1× 22 May 20:00 Handebol Taubaté 3

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2019 Men's British Open Squash Championship

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2019 Men's British Open Squash Championship

The Men's Allam British Open 2019 will be the men's edition of the 2019 British Open Squash Championships, which is a PSA World Series event (Prize money : 165,000 $). The event takes place at the new Sports Complex at the University of Hull in Hull in England from 20 to 26 May.[1] [2] Seeds Draw and results First round Second round Quarter finals Semi-finals Final

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2019 Women's British Open Squash Championship

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2019 Women's British Open Squash Championship

The Women's Allam British Open 2019 will be the women's edition of the 2019 British Open Squash Championships, which is a PSA World Series event (Prize money : 165,000 $). The event takes place at the new Sports Complex at the University of Hull in Hull in England from 20 to 26 May.[1] [2] Seeds Draw and results First round Second round Quarter finals Semi-finals Final

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2019 Emakumeen Euskal Bira

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2019 Emakumeen Euskal Bira

The 32nd running of the Emakumeen Euskal Bira was held from 22 to 25 May 2019. Raced over four stages in the Basque Country, it was one of two women's cycling events at World Tour level in Spain, together with La Madrid Challenge. It was the 12th event of the 2019 UCI Women's World Tour. Schedule List of stages Stage Date Course Distance Type Winner 1 22 May Iurreta to Iurreta 101 km (62.8 mi) Flat stage  Jolien D'Hoore (BEL) 2 23 May Aduna to Villabona-Amasa 111 km (69.0 mi) Hilly stage  Amanda Spratt (AUS) 3 24 May Murgia to Santa Teodosia 97 km (60.3 mi) Intermediate stage  Tayler Wiles (USA) 4 25 May Oñati to Oñati 156 km (96.9 mi) Hilly stage  Elisa Longo Borghini (ITA) Total 465 km (288.9 mi) Teams Twenty teams, each with a maximum of six riders, will start the race:[1] Professional women's teams Boels–Dolmans Canyon–SRAM Mitchelton–Scott Trek–Segafredo FDJ Nouvelle-Aquitaine Futuroscope Bigla Pro Cycling Alé–Cipollini Team

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2019 Internationaux de Strasbourg

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2019 Internationaux de Strasbourg

The 2019 Internationaux de Strasbourg was a professional tennis tournament played on clay courts. It was the 33rd edition of the tournament and part of the International-level tournament category of the 2019 WTA Tour. It took place at the Tennis Club de Strasbourg in Strasbourg, France, between 20 and 25 May 2019.[1] Points and prize money Event W F SF QF Round of 16 Round of 32 Q Q2 Q1 Women's Singles 280 180 110 60 30 1 18 12 1 Women's Doubles 1 N/A N/A N/A N/A Prize money Event W F SF QF Round of 16 Round of 32 Q2 Q1 Women's Singles $43,000 $21,400 $11,500 $6,175 $3,400 $2,100 $1,020 $600 Women's Doubles $12,300 $6,400 $3,435 $1,820 $960 N/A N/A N/A Singles main draw entrants Seeds Country Player Rank1 Seed  AUS Ashleigh Barty 9 1  BLR Aryna Sabalenka 10 2  CHN Wang Qiang 17 3  FRA Caroline Garcia 22 4  USA Sofia Kenin 37 5  UKR Dayana Yastremska 41 6  CHN Zheng Saisai

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2019 Nürnberger Versicherungscup

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2019 Nürnberger Versicherungscup

The 2019 Nürnberger Versicherungscup was a professional tennis tournament played on outdoor clay courts. It was the 7th edition of the tournament, and part of the 2019 WTA Tour. It took place in Nuremberg, Germany, from 20 to 25 May 2019.[1] Points and prize money Event W F SF QF Round of 16 Round of 32 Q Q2 Q1 Women's Singles 280 180 110 60 30 1 18 12 1 Women's Doubles 1 N/A N/A N/A N/A Prize money Event W F SF QF Round of 16 Round of 32 Q2 Q1 Women's Singles $43,000 $21,400 $11,500 $6,175 $3,400 $2,100 $1,020 $600 Women's Doubles $12,300 $6,400 $3,435 $1,820 $960 N/A N/A N/A Singles main draw entrants Seeds Country Player Rank1 Seed  KAZ Yulia Putintseva 38 1  CZE Kateřina Siniaková 45 2  AUS Ajla Tomljanović 47 3  USA Alison Riske 52 4  RUS Ekaterina Alexandrova 58 5  BEL Kirsten Flipkens 60 6  RUS Evgeniya Rodina 68 7  GER Andrea Petkovic 69 8 Rankings are as

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2019 FIFA U-20 World Cup

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2019 FIFA U-20 World Cup

The 2019 FIFA U-20 World Cup was the 22nd edition of the FIFA U-20 World Cup, the biennial international men's youth football championship contested by the under-20 national teams of the member associations of FIFA, since its inception in 1977 as the FIFA World Youth Championship. The tournament was hosted by Poland between 23 May and 15 June 2019.[3][1] This was the first FIFA tournament hosted by Poland; the country had hosted UEFA international football events in the past including the UEFA Euro 2012 with Ukraine and the 2017 UEFA European Under-21 Championship. England won the previous tournament in South Korea, but could not defend their title after losing 3–0 to Norway in a play-off for the final qualifying place at the 2018 UEFA European Under-19 Championship in Finland. England were the sixth consecutive champions to have failed to qualify for the subsequent U-20 World Cup. Ukraine won their first FIFA U-20 World Cup title after beating South Korea 3–1 in the final. They did it in their first appear

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2019 Recopa Sudamericana

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2019 Recopa Sudamericana

The 2019 CONMEBOL Recopa Sudamericana (Portuguese: CONMEBOL Recopa Sul-Americana de 2019) was the 27th edition of the CONMEBOL Recopa Sudamericana (also referred to as the Recopa Sudamericana), the football competition organized by CONMEBOL between the winners of the previous season's two major South American club tournaments, the Copa Libertadores and the Copa Sudamericana. The competition was contested in two-legged home-and-away format between Argentine team River Plate, the 2018 Copa Libertadores champions, and Brazilian team Athletico Paranaense, the 2018 Copa Sudamericana champions. The first leg was hosted by Athletico Paranaense at the Arena da Baixada in Curitiba on 22 May 2019, while the second leg was hosted by River Plate on 30 May 2019 at the Estadio Monumental Antonio Vespucio Liberti in Buenos Aires.[2][3] River Plate won 3–1 on aggregate for their third Recopa Sudamericana title. Teams Team Qualification Previous appearances (bold indicates winners) River Plate 2018 Copa Libertad

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2019 WCT Arctic Cup

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2019 WCT Arctic Cup

The 2019 WCT Arctic Cup was held May 23 to 26 in Dudinka, Russia. It was the final event of the 2018-19 curling season. In the final, Scottish Team Muirhead defeated Russian Team Kovaleva 5-4 to claim the title. Canadian Team Einarson defeated Team Sidorova from Russia to win the 3rd place medal. The total purse for the event was $US 50,000. Teams The teams are listed as follows:[1] Skip Third Second Lead Alternate Locale Kerri Einarson Val Sweeting Shannon Birchard Briane Meilleur Manitoba, Canada[2] Binia Feltscher Carole Howald Stefanie Berset Larissa Hari Flims, Switzerland[3] Eszter Juhász Tiina Suuripää Noora Suuripää Marjo Hippi Hyvinkää, Finland[4] Kim Kyeong-ae Kim Seon-yeong Kim Yeong-mi Kim Cho-hi Uiseong, South Korea[5] Alina Kovaleva Anastasia Bryzgalova Galina Arsenkina Ekaterina Kuzmina Uliana Vasilyeva Saint-Petersburg, Russia[6] Eve Muirhead Lauren Gray Vicky Wright Vicki Chalmers Stirling, Scotland[7] Vlada Rumiantseva Daria Morozova Irina Riazanova Vera

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2019 CAF Champions League Final

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2019 CAF Champions League Final

The 2019 CAF Champions League Final is the final of the 2018–19 CAF Champions League, the 55th edition of Africa's premier club football tournament organized by the Confederation of African Football (CAF), and the 22nd edition under the current CAF Champions League title. The final is being contested in two-legged home-and-away format between Wydad Casablanca from Morocco and defending champions Espérance de Tunis from Tunisia. The first leg was hosted by Wydad Casablanca at the Prince Moulay Abdellah Stadium in Rabat on 24 May 2019, while the second leg will be hosted by Espérance de Tunis at the Stade Olympique de Radès in Radès on 31 May 2019. The winner will earn the right to play in the 2019 CAF Super Cup against the winner of the 2018–19 CAF Confederation Cup.[1] Teams In the following table, finals until 1996 were in the African Cup of Champions Club era, since 1997 were in the CAF Champions League era. Team Zone Previous finals appearances (bold indicates winners) Wydad Casablanca UNAF (

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2019 COSAFA Cup

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2019 COSAFA Cup

The 2019 COSAFA Cup will be the 19th edition of the COSAFA Cup, an international football competition consisting of national teams of member nations of the Council of Southern Africa Football Associations (COSAFA). The tournament was originally to be hosted in ZImbabwe but they withdrew in February 2019.[2] In April 2019, Durban of South Africa was announced as the host city. Venues Durban Stadiums Umlazi Stamford Hill KwaMashu King Zwelithini Stadium Moses Mabhida Stadium Princess Magogo Stadium 29°58′16″S 30°54′00″E / 29.971°S 30.9°E 29°49′44″S 31°01′48″E / 29.829°S 31.030°E 29°44′38″S 30°58′16″E / 29.744°S 30.971°E Capacity:10,000 Capacity:10,000 Capacity:12,000 Match officials Referees Celso Alvacao (Mozambique) Abdoul Kanoso (Madagascar) Nehemia Shoovaleka (Namibia) Eugene Salas Mdluli (South Africa) António Dungula (Angola) Audrick Nkole (Zambia) Lebalang Martin Mokete (Lesotho) Ganesh Chutooree (Mauritius) Brighton Chimene (Zimbabwe) Ali Mohamed

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2019 Dutch Darts Masters

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2019 Dutch Darts Masters

The 2019 Dutch Darts Masters was the seventh of thirteen PDC European Tour events on the 2019 PDC Pro Tour. The tournament took place at IJsselhallen, Zwolle, Netherlands, from 24–26 May 2019. It featured a field of 48 players and £140,000 in prize money, with £25,000 going to the winner. Michael van Gerwen was the defending champion after defeating Steve Lennon 8–5 in the final of the 2018 tournament. However, Ian White ended Van Gerwen's five-year winning run in the tournament by beating him 8–7 in the final to win his third European Tour title. The result also ended Van Gerwen's 28-game winning streak in European Tour last-leg deciders. Prize money This is how the prize money is divided:[1] Stage (num. of players) Prize money Winner (1) £25,000 Runner-up (1) £10,000 Semi-finalists (2) £6,500 Quarter-finalists (4) £5,000 Third round losers (8) £3,000 Second round losers (16) £2,000* First round losers (16) £1,000 Total £140,000 Seeded playe

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2019 FIBA 3x3 Asia Cup

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2019 FIBA 3x3 Asia Cup

The 2019 FIBA 3x3 Asia Cup is the fourth edition of the FIBA Asia 3X3 Cup.[1] The games of the final tournament will be held in Changsha, China between 24 May and 26 May 2019.[2] Participating teams The FIBA 3x3 Asia Cup will both have a men's and women's tournament, each to be contested by twelve national teams. The teams are drawn into their groups as per their FIBA 3x3 Federation Ranking as of March 1, 2019. Nine teams for the men's team and ten teams for the women's team outright qualified for the final tournament while the remaining berths are to be contested in a qualification phase to be held from 22 to 23 May, 2019.[2] Main tournaments Men Pool A  Japan  Jordan  Turkmenistan Pool B  China  New Zealand  Qatar Pool C  Australia  Mongolia  South Korea Pool D  Chinese Taipei  Indonesia  Kazakhstan Women Pool A  Australia  China  New Zealand Pool B  Mongolia  Kazakhstan  Kyrgyzstan Pool C  Japan  Philippines  Sri

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2019 English Greyhound Derby

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2019 English Greyhound Derby

The 2019 Star Sports, ARC & LPS Greyhound Derby takes place during May and June with the final being held on 29 June 2019 at Nottingham Greyhound Stadium.[1] It is the first time time that the event is being held at Nottingham following the unexpected closure of Towcester Greyhound Stadium in 2018.[2] The event will be sponsored by Star Sports, ARC and LPS (Local Parking Security Services). The dates of the competition are: [3] First Round (24/25 May), Second Round (31 May/1 June), Third Round (7 June), Quarter Finals (15 June), Semi Finals (22 June) and Final (29 June). Final Result At Nottingham (over 500 metres): Winner £100,000 Pos Name of Greyhound Breeding Trap Sectional Race comment SP Time Trainer 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th Final Distances (lengths) 0.08 sec = one length Quarter finals Heat 1 (June 15, £1,000) Pos Name SP Time 1st Priceless Blake 6-1 29.49 2nd King Sheeran 6-1 29.71 3rd Roxholme Glory 9-2 29.79 4th Roxho

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2019 FIBA 3x3 Asia Cup – Women's tournament

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2019 FIBA 3x3 Asia Cup – Women's tournament

The 2019 FIBA 3x3 Asia Cup is the fourth edition of the FIBA Asia 3X3 Cup.[1] The games of the final tournament will be held in Changsha, China between 24 May and 26 May 2019.[2] Players Seed Team Players (by rank) 1  China Dilana Dilishati Wu Di Li Shan Zhang Jiahe 2  Mongolia Chimeddolgor Enkhtaivan Ganzul Davaasuren Bolor-Erdene Baatar Solongo Bayasgalan 3  Japan Kiho Miyashita Minami Iju Risa Nishioka Mio Shinozaki 4  Iran Masoumeh Esmaeilzadeh Soudjani Saiedeh Elli Delaram Vakili Mozhgan Kohdadadi 5  Turkmenistan Leyla Halilova Nigyara Nagiyeva Ayna Gokova Viktoriya Rahmanova 6  Sri Lanka Kristina Gunawijeya Anjalee Ekanayake Benika Thalagela Prasadi Fonseka 7  Kazakhstan Zalina Kurazova Tamara Yagodkina Nadezhda Kondrakova Oxana Ivanova 8  Australia Rebecca Cole Alice Kunek Madeleine Garrick Hanna Zavecz 9  New Zealand Antonia Farnworth Stella Beck Tanaka Gapare Nicole Ruske 10  

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2019 FIBA 3x3 Asia Cup – Men's tournament

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2019 FIBA 3x3 Asia Cup – Men's tournament

The 2019 FIBA 3x3 Asia Cup is the fourth edition of the FIBA Asia 3X3 Cup.[1] The games of the final tournament will be held in Changsha, China between 24 May and 26 May 2019.[2] Main tournament Preliminary round Group A Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Qualification 1  Jordan 2 2 0 42 25 +17 Qualification to knockout stage — 21–15 21–10 2  Japan 2 1 1 36 35 +1 15–21 — 21–14 3  Turkmenistan 2 0 2 24 42 −18 10–21 14–21 — Source: FIBA Group B Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Qualification 1  China 2 2 0 42 31 +11 Qualification to knockout stage — 21–13 21–18 2  Qatar 2 1 1 34 41 −7 13–21 — 21–20 3  New Zealand 2 0 2 38 42 −4 18–21 20–21 — Source: FIBA Group C Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Qualification 1  Australia 2 2 0 42 25 +17 Qualification to knockout stage — 21–8 21–17 2  Mongolia 2 1 1 28 35 −7 8–21 — 20

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2019 ITTF-Oceania Cup

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2019 ITTF-Oceania Cup

The 2019 ITTF-Oceania Cup was a table tennis event that took place from 25–26 May in Bora Bora, French Polynesia. The competition was organised by ITTF-Oceania, under the authority of the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF). It was the 11th edition of the event, and the first time that it had been held in French Polynesia. Men's singles and women's singles competitions were held, with the winner of each event qualifying automatically for the 2019 Men's and Women's World Cups.[1] The ninth edition of the Pacific Cup was also held during the event, with players from Australia and New Zealand excluded from competing. Medallists Event Gold Silver Bronze Men's singles Hu Heming Rohan Dhooria Nathan Xu Women's singles Jian Fang Lay Parleen Kaur Zhou Jiayi Players A total of 16 players were invited to compete: eight men and eight women. Men's singles Rohan Dhooria Hu Heming Dean Shu Nathan Xu Ocean Belrose Vicky Wu Arthur Mas Yoshua Shing Women's

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2019 London Sevens

The 2019 London Sevens was the penultimate event of the 2018–19 World Rugby Sevens Series and the nineteenth edition of the London Sevens. The tournament was held at Twickenham Stadium, London on 25–26 May 2019. Format Sixteen teams are drawn into four pools of four teams each. Each team plays all the others in their pool once. The top two teams from each pool advance to the Cup quarterfinals. The bottom two teams from each group advance to the Challenge Trophy quarterfinals. Teams The fifteen core teams played in the tournament, along with one invited team, 2018 Rugby Europe Sevens Grand Prix Series champion and core team for the 2019–20 season, Ireland.[1][2]  Argentina  Australia  Canada  England  Fiji  France  Ireland  Japan  Kenya  New Zealand  Samoa  Scotland  South Africa  Spain  United States  Wales Pool stages All times in British Summer Time (UTC+01:00).[3] Pool A Team Pld W D L PF PA PD Pts  South Africa 3 3 0 0 134 35 +99

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2019 Panda Cup

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2019 Panda Cup

The 2019 Panda Cup was the sixth edition of the international youth association football competition. The tournament was hosted in Chengdu between 25 and 29 May 2019, and was include an international youth football development forum as part of the event. Previously held as an under-19 event, Chengdu Football Association announced that the 2019 edition would be an under-18 event.[3] [4] South Korea finished top of the standings for the tournament but were later stripped of the title following prizegiving celebrations which were considered offensive and disrespectful to both the tournament hosts and the Chinese people.[1][5] Participating teams In May 2018, it was announced that hosts China had invited South Korea, New Zealand and Thailand to participate in the 2019 Panda Cup.[4] Thailand opted to name an U-18 side in preparation for the 2019 AFF Under-18 Cup.[6], as did China and South Korea, while New Zealand elected to send their U17 side in preparation for the 2019 FIFA U-17 World Cup later in the year,

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2019 French Open

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2019 French Open

The 2019 French Open was a Grand Slam tennis tournament played on outdoor clay courts. It was held at the Stade Roland Garros in Paris, France from 26 May to 9 June, comprising singles, doubles and mixed doubles play. Junior and wheelchair tournaments are also scheduled. Rafael Nadal was the defending champion in men's singles and won a record 12th French Open singles title. Simona Halep was the defending champion in the women's singles, but lost in the quarterfinals. It was the 123rd edition of the French Open and the second Grand Slam event of 2019. The main singles draws included 16 qualifiers for men and 12 for women out of 128 players in each draw. This was in contrast to two other Grand Slam tournaments – the Australian Open and Wimbledon, which from 2019 increased the number of women qualifiers to 16, to match with the US Open. 2019 was the final year in which there was no roof on any of the French tennis courts. On 5 June 2019, the entire day's tennis was washed out due to heavy rain.[1] It is also

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2019 Nor.Ca. Women's Handball Championship

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2019 Nor.Ca. Women's Handball Championship

The 2019 NorCA Women's Handball Championship was the third edition of the women's Nor.Ca. Handball Championship. The tournament took place in Mexico City from 28 May to 2 June 2019. It acted as the North American and Caribbean qualifying tournament for the 2019 World Women's Handball Championship.[1] Draw The draw took place on 14 April 2019.[2] Seeding Pot 1 Pot 2 Pot 3 Pot 4  Dominican Republic  United States  Cuba  Puerto Rico  Canada  Mexico  Greenland Preliminary round All times are local (UTC−6). Group A Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification 1  Puerto Rico 2 2 0 0 59 52 +7 4 Semifinals 2  Dominican Republic 2 1 0 1 56 57 −1 2 3  Mexico (H) 2 0 0 2 68 74 −6 0 Source:Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) head-to-head points; 3) head-to-head goal difference; 4) head-to-head number of goals scored; 5) goal difference.(H) Host. 28 May 2019 18:00 Dominican Republic  38–34  M

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2019 Games of the Small States of Europe

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2019 Games of the Small States of Europe

The 2019 Games of the Small States of Europe, also known as the XVIII Games of the Small States of Europe, took place in Budva, Montenegro,[3][4] from 27 May to 1 June 2019.[5][6][7] Games The 2019 Games were the first time Montenegro has hosted the event since its inception into the GSSE in 2009.[8] The Games opened on the 27 May 2019 with around 2000 people attending the ceremony.[9] Participating teams  Andorra (details)(27)  Cyprus (details)(142)  Iceland (details)(120)  Liechtenstein (details)(33)  Luxembourg (details) (140)  Malta (details)(80)  Monaco (details)(116)  Montenegro (host nation) (details)(130)  San Marino (details) (58) Both the Faroe Islands and the Vatican City expressed an interest in participating in the Games but neither have an official Olympic Committee, one of the requirements of participation in the GSSE.[2][10][11] Sports There were competitions in ten different disciplines:[12] Athletics Basketball Boules Judo Shooting Swimmi

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2019 Stanley Cup Finals

The 2019 Stanley Cup Finals was the championship series of the National Hockey League's (NHL) 2018–19 season and the culmination of the 2019 Stanley Cup playoffs. The Western Conference champion St. Louis Blues defeated the Eastern Conference champion Boston Bruins four games to three to win their first championship, in their 51st season of play, ending the third longest championship drought in league history. The Bruins had home-ice advantage in this best-of-seven playoff series with the better regular season record. The series began on May 27 and concluded on June 12.[1] Blues center Ryan O'Reilly won the Conn Smythe Trophy as the most valuable player of the playoffs. This was a rematch of the 1970 Stanley Cup Finals, which Boston won in four, the fourth consecutive Finals with at least one team vying for its first championship, and the first time since 2011 where the Finals went the full seven games. Until this year, the Blues were the oldest franchise to have never won a Stanley Cup. That distinction is

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2019 European Canoe Slalom Championships

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2019 European Canoe Slalom Championships

The 2019 European Canoe Slalom Championships took place in Pau, France under the auspices of the European Canoe Association (ECA). It was the 20th edition of the competition and Pau hosted the event for the first time. The events took place at the Pau-Pyrénées Whitewater Stadium from 29 May to 2 June 2019.[1][2] Medal Summary Men Canoe Event Gold Silver Bronze C1[3] Benjamin Savšek Slovenia 98.59 Martin Thomas France 99.38 Sideris Tasiadis Germany 100.77 C1 team[4]  SloveniaBenjamin SavšekLuka BožičAnže Berčič 102.25  FranceDenis Gargaud ChanutMartin ThomasCédric Joly 102.41  RussiaDmitrii KhramtsovKirill SetkinPavel Kotov 104.61 Kayak Event Gold Silver Bronze K1[5] Vít Přindiš Czech Republic 93.67 Dariusz Popiela Poland 94.44 Quentin Burgi France 94.91 K1 team[6]  Czech RepublicJiří PrskavecVít PřindišVavřinec Hradilek 95.72  SloveniaPeter KauzerNiko TestenMartin Srabotnik 99.91  GermanyHannes AignerSebastian SchubertStefan Hengst 100.09 Wome

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2019 Cricket World Cup

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2019 Cricket World Cup

The 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup is the 12th edition of the Cricket World Cup, an international cricket tournament contested by men's national teams from the International Cricket Council (ICC). It is being hosted by England and Wales[1][2] from 30 May to 14 July 2019.[3] The hosting rights were awarded in April 2006, after England and Wales withdrew from the bidding to host the 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup, which was held in Australia and New Zealand. The first match was played at The Oval while the final will be played at Lord's. It is the fifth time that the Cricket World Cup is being held in England and Wales, following the 1975, 1979, 1983 and 1999 World Cups. The format for the tournament is a single group of 10 teams, with each team playing the other nine once, and the top four at the end of the group phase progressing to the semi-finals. Given the increase of ICC Full Members since the last World Cup, from 10 to 12, this is the first World Cup to be contested without all of the Full Member nations being

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2019 NBA Finals

The 2019 NBA Finals was the championship series of the National Basketball Association (NBA)'s 2018–19 season and conclusion of the season's playoffs. In the best-of-seven playoff held from May 30 through June 13, 2019, the Eastern Conference champion Toronto Raptors defeated the Western Conference champion Golden State Warriors, four games to two, earning the franchise its first NBA championship as well as the first won by a team based outside the United States. Acquired via a trade during the off-season, first-year Raptors' player Kawhi Leonard was named the NBA Finals Most Valuable Player (MVP) for the second time in his career.[1] This was the first ever appearance in the NBA Finals for Toronto, and the league's first finals with games played outside of the United States.[2] Home-court advantage was awarded to Toronto, who finished the regular season with one more win (58–24) than Golden State (57–25). This was the first time in five consecutive NBA Finals appearances that the then-two-time defending NBA

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Margaret River Pro 2019

The Margaret River Pro 2019 was the fourth event of the Men's Championship Tour in the 2019 World Surf League. It took place from 29 May to 4 June in Margaret River, Western Australia, and was contested by 36 surfers.[1] In the final, Hawaii's John John Florence defeated American Kolohe Andino to win the seventh Championship Tour event of his career.[2] Format A new competition format was introduced for the 2019 Championship Tour. All 36 surfers take part in the Seeding Round. The top two surfers in each heat advance directly to the Round of 32, while the lowest-placed surfer in each heat enters the Elimination Round. In each of the four heats in the Elimination Round, the top two surfers advance to the Round of 32, while the lowest-placed surfer is eliminated from the competition. From the Round of 32 onwards, the competition follows a single elimination format, with the winner of each head-to-head heat advancing to the next round and the loser being eliminated.[3] Competition The competition took place

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2019 Rally de Portugal

The 2019 Rally de Portugal (also known as the Vodafone Rally de Portugal 2019) was a motor racing event for rally cars that was held over four days between 30 May and 2 June May 2019.[2] It marked the fifty-third running of Rally de Portugal, and was the seventh round of the 2019 World Rally Championship, World Rally Championship-2 and the newly-created WRC-2 Pro class. The rally was also part of the Portuguese national championship and Peugeot Rally Cup Ibérica. The 2019 event was based in Matosinhos in Porto and consisted of twenty special stages totalling 311.23 km (193.39 mi) competitive kilometres. Thierry Neuville and Nicolas Gilsoul were the defending rally winners. Their team, Hyundai Shell Mobis WRT, were the manufacturers' winners.[3] Pontus Tidemand and Jonas Andersson were the defending winners in the World Rally Championship-2 category, but they did not participate in the rally.[4] The Swedish crew Denis Rådström and Johan Johansson were the reigning World Rally Championship-3 winners, but they

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2019 U.S. Women's Open Golf Championship

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2019 U.S. Women's Open Golf Championship

The 2019 U.S. Women's Open Golf Championship is the 74th U.S. Women's Open, being played May 30 – June 2 at Country Club of Charleston in Charleston, South Carolina. The U.S. Women's Open is the oldest of the five current major championships and the second of the 2019 season. It has the largest purse in women's golf at $5.5 million. The tournament will be televised by Fox Sports 1 and Fox Sports. Qualifying and field The championship is open to any female professional or amateur golfer with a USGA handicap index not exceeding 2.4. Players qualify by competing in one of 24 36-hole qualifying tournaments held at sites across the United States and at international sites in China, England, Japan, and South Korea. Additional players are exempt from qualifying because of past performances in professional or amateur tournaments around the world. Exempt from qualifying Many players were exempt in multiple categories. Players are listed only once, in the first category in which they became exempt, with additional

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2019 Junior World Weightlifting Championships

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2019 Junior World Weightlifting Championships

The 2019 Junior World Weightlifting Championships will be held in Suva, Fiji at the National Gymnasium from 1 to 8 June 2019.[1][2][3] Team ranking Rank Men's Women's Team Points Team Points 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Medal overview Men Event Gold Silver Bronze – 55 kg Snatch  Yuto Yamaguchi (JPN) 103 kg  Sergio Massidda (ITA) 102 kg  Lin Zhi-ting (TPE) 98 kg Clean & Jerk  Sergio Massidda (ITA) 131 kg  Kaito Kubo (JPN) 128 kg  Lin Zhi-ting (TPE) 121 kg Total  Sergio Massidda (ITA) 233 kg  Kaito Kubo (JPN) 224 kg  Yuto Yamaguchi (JPN) 223 kg – 61 kg Snatch  Caner Toptaş (TUR) 125 kg  Doğan Dönen (TUR) 121 kgYWR  Estiven Villar (COL) 120 kg Clean & Jerk  Bae Moon-su (KOR) 155 kg  Muhammad Faathir (INA) 149 kgYWR  Doğan Dönen (TUR) 148 kg Total  Caner Toptaş (TUR) 273 kg  Bae Moon-su (KOR) 270 kg  Doğan Dönen (TUR) 269 kgYWR –

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2019 European Rowing Championships

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2019 European Rowing Championships

The 2019 European Rowing Championships was held in Lucerne, Switzerland from 31 May to 2 June 2019.[1] Medal summary Men Event Gold Time Silver Time Bronze Time M1x[2] Oliver Zeidler Germany 6:47.32 Stef Broenink Netherlands 6:47.51 Pilip Pavukou Belarus 6:47.72 M2-[3]  Croatia (CRO)Martin SinkovićValent Sinković 6:22.46  Romania (ROU)Marius CozmiucCiprian Tudosă 6:24.53  Spain (ESP)Jaime Canalejo PazosJavier García Ordóñez 6:26.31 M2x[4]  Poland (POL)Mirosław ZiętarskiFabian Barański 6:13.51   Switzerland (SUI)Barnabé DelarzeRoman Röösli 6:13.60  Romania (ROU)Ioan PrundeanuMarian-Florian Enache 6:13.96 M4-[5]  Great Britain (GBR)Oliver CookMatthew RossiterRory GibbsSholto Carnegie 5:51.01  Poland (POL)Mikołaj BurdaMateusz WilangowskiMarcin BrzezińskiMichał Szpakowski 5:53.90  Germany (GER)Felix BrummelFelix WimbergerMax PlanerNico Merget 5:56.08 M4x[6]  Netherlands (NED)Dirk UittenbogaardAbe WiersmaTone WietenKoen Metsemakers 5:35.75  Italy (I

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2019 European Triathlon Championships

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2019 European Triathlon Championships

The 2019 European Triathlon Championships was held in Weert, Netherlands from 30 May to 2 June 2019.[1] Medal overview Event Gold Silver Bronze Men [2] Alistair Brownlee Great Britain Joao Pereira Portugal Jelle Geens Belgium Women [3] Beth Potter Great Britain Sandra Dodet France Claire Michel Belgium Mixed Relay [4]  FranceSandra DodetPaul GeorgenthumEmilie MorierLeo Bergere  GermanyNina EimJonas BreinlingerCaroline PohleJustus Nieschlag  NetherlandsMaya KingmatMarco Van Der StelRachel KlamerJorik Van Egdom Medal table Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total 1  Great Britain (GBR) 2 0 0 2 2  France (FRA) 1 1 0 2 3  Germany (GER) 0 1 0 1  Portugal (POR) 0 1 0 1 5  Belgium (BEL) 0 0 2 2 6  Netherlands (NED) 0 0 1 1 Totals (6 nations) 3 3 3 9 References https://www.triathlon.org/events/event/2019_weert_etu_triathlon_european_championships Results: 2019 Weert ETU Triathlon European Championships Elite Men Results: 2019 Weert ETU Triat

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2019 Toulon Tournament

The 2019 Toulon Tournament (officially French: 47ème Festival International "Espoirs" – Tournoi Maurice Revello) is the 47th edition of the Toulon Tournament. It is held in the region of Provence from 1 to 15 June 2019.[1] England were the defending champions but they were eliminated in the group stage. In this season the tournament is contested by under-22 national teams, although France, Portugal, England and Republic of Ireland will play with their under-18, under-19, under-20 and under-21 teams, respectively. Participants Twelve participating teams were announced in March and April 2019.[2] AFC  Bahrain (2nd participation)  China PR (13th participation)  Japan (14th participation)  Qatar (6th participation) CONCACAF  Guatemala (1st participation)  Mexico (25th participation) CONMEBOL  Brazil (17th participation)  Chile (5th participation) UEFA  EnglandTH (21st participation)  France (42nd participation)  Portugal (30th participation)  Republic of Ireland (7th partici

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2019 Paris Sevens

The 2019 Paris Sevens was the final event of the 2018–19 World Rugby Sevens Series and the twelfth edition of the France Sevens. The tournament was held on 1–2 June 2018 at Stade Jean-Bouin, Paris.[1] Format Sixteen teams are drawn into four pools of four teams each. Each team plays all the others in their pool once. The top two teams from each pool advance to the Cup quarterfinals. The bottom two teams from each group advance to the Challenge Trophy quarterfinals. Teams The fifteen core teams played in the tournament, along with one invited team, 2018 Rugby Europe Sevens Grand Prix Series champion and core team for the 2019–20 season, Ireland.[2][3]  Argentina  Australia  Canada  England  Fiji  France  Ireland  Japan  Kenya  New Zealand  Samoa  Scotland  South Africa  Spain  United States  Wales Pool stages All times in Central European Summer Time (UTC+02:00)[4] Pool A Team Pld W D L PF PA PD Pts  Fiji 3 3 0 0 132 45 +87 9  Arge

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2019 Tour of Norway

The 2019 Tour of Norway was a road cycling stage race that took place in Norway between 28 May 2019 and 2 June 2019. It was the ninth edition of the Tour of Norway and was rated as a 2.HC event as part of the 2019 UCI Europe Tour. Teams 21 teams participated in the race, including 11 UCI WorldTeams, 7 UCI Professional Continental teams, and 3 UCI Continental teams. Each team had a maximum of six riders:[1] UCI WorldTeams UAE Team Emirates Team Dimension Data Deceuninck–Quick-Step EF Education First Team Sunweb Team Jumbo–Visma Trek–Segafredo Mitchelton–Scott Lotto–Soudal Astana Team Ineos UCI Professional Continental teams Caja Rural–Seguros RGA Delko–Marseille Provence Israel Cycling Academy Riwal Readynez Roompot–Charles Sport Vlaanderen–Baloise Arkéa–Samsic UCI Continental teams Uno-X Norwegian Development Team Team Coop Joker Fuel of Norway Route Stage characteristics and winners[2] Stage Date Course Distance Type Stage winner 1 28 May Sta

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2019 Atlantic Heritage Cup

The 2019 Atlantic Heritage Cup is the first edition of the Atlantic Heritage Cup, and acts as a qualification tournament for the 2020 CONIFA World Football Cup in Somaliland. Yorkshire were announced as hosts in March 2019,[1] with Parishes of Jersey, Ellan Vannin and Kernow also originally set to participate. All 4 teams are either part of the United Kingdom, or are Crown dependencies. However, Ellan Vannin and Kernow both pulled out for undisclosed reasons, being replaced by Chagos Islands and reducing the tournament to a 3 team format.[2] Format The tournament will be played as a round-robin, with each team playing each other once. This means a total of 3 games to be played over 3 days, at two stadiums (Ingfield Stadium, the home of Ossett United, and the CNG Stadium, home of Harrogate Town. The winner will be offered a place at the 2020 CONIFA World Football Cup. Standings Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts 1 Parishes of Jersey 2 1 0 1 9 3 +6 3 2  Yorkshire (H) 1 1

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2019 Sudamérica Rugby Women's Sevens Olympic Qualifying Tournament

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2019 Sudamérica Rugby Women's Sevens Olympic Qualifying Tournament

The 2019 Sudamérica Rugby Women's Sevens Olympic Qualifying Tournament was an Olympic qualification tournament for the 2020 Summer Olympics held on 1–2 June 2019.[1] The winner of the tournament represents Sudamérica Rugby, with the runner-up and third place participant qualified for a 2020 repechage tournament.[2] Teams  Argentina  Brazil  Chile  Colombia  Costa Rica  Guatemala  Paraguay  Peru  Uruguay  Venezuela Pool stage All times in Peru Time (UTC−05:00) Legend Advance to qualifier semifinals Advance to fifth place match Advance to seventh place match Advance to ninth place match Pool A Team Pld W D L PF PA PD Pts  Brazil 4 4 0 0 200 17 +183 12  Peru 4 3 0 1 80 50 +30 10  Paraguay 4 2 0 2 65 79 –14 8  Venezuela 4 1 0 3 36 123 –87 6  Guatemala 4 0 0 4 15 127 –112 4 1 June 201910:00 Peru  19–5  Paraguay Andrés Avelino Cáceres Complex, Lima 1 June 201910:22 Brazil  55–0  Venezuela

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2019 CONIFA European Football Cup

The 2019 CONIFA European Football Cup was the third edition of the CONIFA European Football Cup, an international football tournament for states, minorities, stateless peoples and regions unaffiliated with FIFA with an affiliation to Europe, organised by CONIFA. It was hosted by Artsakh. Tournament On August 19, 2018, CONIFA announced that Artsakh would host the 2019 edition of the tournament.[1] Venues The tournament was held in 4 cities: Stepanakert (the capital), Askeran, Martakert and Martuni.[1]  Artsakh Stepanakert Martakert Martuni Askeran Stepanakert Republican Stadium(artificial turf) Vigen Shirinyan Stadium(natural grass) Avakyan Arena(artificial turf) Askeran City Stadium(natural grass) 39°49′16″N 46°45′12″E / 39.8210541°N 46.7532527°E 40°13′00″N 46°49′16″E / 40.2166109°N 46.8210697°E 39°47′42″N 47°07′07″E / 39.7949688°N 47.1187198°E 39°56′17″N 46°50′20″E / 39.9381267°N 46.8389386°E Capacity: 12,000 Capacity: 2,300 Capacity: 1,080 Capacity:

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2019 Euro Winners Cup

The 2019 Euro Winners Cup is the seventh edition of the Euro Winners Cup (EWC), an annual continental beach soccer tournament for men's top-division European clubs. The championship is the sport's version of the better known UEFA Champions League in association football.[1] Organised by Beach Soccer Worldwide (BSWW), the tournament is held in Nazaré, Portugal from 30 May till 9 June 2019, consisting of a preliminary qualifying round and the competition proper.[2] Following the qualifying round, the competition proper begins with a round robin group stage. At its conclusion, the best teams will progress to the knockout stage, a series of single elimination games to determine the winners, starting with the Round of 16 and ending with the final. Consolation matches will also played to determine other final rankings. Braga of Portugal are the defending champions. Teams A record 60 teams from 24 countries have entered the championship; 36 qualify straight into the Main Round[3] whilst 24 compete in the Euro W

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2019 Women's Euro Winners Cup

The 2019 Women's Euro Winners Cup was the third edition of the Women's Euro Winners Cup (WEWC), an annual continental beach soccer tournament for women's top-division European clubs. The championship is the sport's version of the UEFA Women's Champions League in association football.[1] Organised by Beach Soccer Worldwide (BSWW), the tournament was held in Nazaré, Portugal from 1 June till 9 June 2019, in tandem with the larger men's edition.[2] The event began with a round robin group stage. At its conclusion, the best teams progressed to the knockout stage, a series of single elimination games to determine the winners, starting with the Round of 16 and ending with the final. Consolation matches were also played to determine other final rankings. WFC Zvezda of Russia were the defending champions, but were knocked out in round of 16 by AIS Playas de San Javier from Spain, ultimately finishing in 10th place. AIS Playas de San Javier went on to win their first title, beating Madrid CFF of Spain on penalties

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2019 Australian Open (badminton)

The 2019 Australian Open, officially the CROWN GROUP Australian Open 2019, is a badminton tournament which takes place at Quaycentre in Sydney, Australia from 4 to 9 June 2019 and has a total purse of $150,000. Tournament The 2019 Australian Open is the twelfth tournament of the 2019 BWF World Tour and also part of the Australian Open championships which has been held since 1975. This tournament is organized by the Badminton Australia and sanctioned by the BWF.[1] Venue This international tournament is held at Quaycentre in Sydney, Australia.[1] Point distribution Below is a table with the point distribution for each phase of the tournament based on the BWF points system for the BWF World Tour Super 300 event.[2] Winner Runner-up 3/4 5/8 9/16 17/32 33/64 65/128 7,000 5,950 4,900 3,850 2,750 1,670 660 320 Prize money The total prize money for this tournament is US$150,000. Distribution of prize money is in accordance with BWF regulations.[1] Event Winner Finals Semifinal

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2019 FIFA Women's World Cup

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2019 FIFA Women's World Cup

The 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup is the eighth edition of the FIFA Women's World Cup, the quadrennial international football championship contested by 24 women's national teams representing member associations of FIFA. It is hosted by France between 7 June and 7 July 2019, with matches staged at nine cities.[1] In March 2015, France won the right to host the event;[2] the first time the country is hosting the tournament, and the third time by a European nation. The United States entered the competition as defending champions after winning the 2015 edition in Canada. It is also the first Women's World Cup to use the video assistant referee (VAR) system. Host selection On 6 March 2014, FIFA announced that bidding had begun for the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup. Member associations interested in hosting the tournament had to submit a declaration of interest by 15 April 2014, and provide the complete set of bidding documents by 31 October 2014.[3] As a principle, FIFA preferred the 2019 Women's World Cup and the

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2019 FIBA Under-16 Americas Championship

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2019 FIBA Under-16 Americas Championship

The 2019 FIBA Americas Under-16 Championship for Men was the international basketball competition that was held in Belém, Brazil from 3 to 9 June 2019.[2][3] The top four teams qualified for the 2020 FIBA Under-17 Basketball World Cup in Bulgaria. Qualification Competition Dates Host Vacancies Qualified Automatic qualification 2  Canada United States 2018 South American U15 Championship 6–11 November 2018 Montevideo 3  Brazil Uruguay Argentina 2018 Centrobasket U15 Championship 11–16 December 2018 Hermosillo 3  Dominican Republic Mexico Puerto Rico Draw The draw was held on 30 April 2019 in San Juan, Puerto Rico.[4][5] Pot 1 Pot 2 Pot 3 Pot 4  Canada  United States  Mexico  Uruguay  Argentina  Puerto Rico  Brazil  Dominican Republic Group phase All times are local (UTC−3). Group A Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Qualification 1  United States 3 3 0 309 180 +129 6 Quarterfinals 2  Dominican Repu

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2019 Men's FIH Pro League

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2019 Men's FIH Pro League

The 2019 Men's FIH Pro League is the first edition of the Men's FIH Pro League, a field hockey championship for men's national teams. The tournament started in January 2019 and is set to finish in June 2019 Amstelveen, Netherlands.[1] The competition also serves as a qualifier for the 2020 Summer Olympics with the four best teams qualifying for the FIH Olympic Qualifiers taking place in October and November 2019. Qualification Nine teams compete in a round-robin tournament with home and away matches, played from January to June, with the top four teams advancing to the final at the Wagener Stadium in Amstelveen, Netherlands.[2] In July 2017, Hockey India decided to withdraw the men's national team from the competition as they estimated the chances of qualifying for the Summer Olympics to be higher when participating in the Hockey Series. Hockey India also cited lack of clarity in the ranking system.[3][4] The International Hockey Federation subsequently invited Spain instead.[5] Pakistan was suspended on 2

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