Ferrari overwhelmed the first test day of the Belgian Grand Prix

Charles Leclerc and Sebastian Vettel took turns leading FP1 and FP2, at the Spa race on August 30.

The fastest Leclerc of the day, with a minute of 44,123 seconds, is faster than Vettel by 0.63 seconds at FP2. Mercedes drivers – Valtteri Bottas and Lewis Hamilton – are 0.846 and 0.892 seconds respectively. While the best performance of Leclerc, Vettel and Bottas is done on soft tires, Hamilton uses regular tires. P5 unexpectedly belongs to Sergio Perez (Racing Point), above Max Verstappen (Red Bull).

Red Bull slightly changed the rear spoiler in front of the Belgian GP, ​​reducing the pressure to improve the speed on the typical long lines of the Spa. The change helped them quickly after Ferrari in FP1. Rookie Red Bull Alexander Albon debuted smoothly with a minute of 45,584 seconds, less than 0.1 second to Verstappen.

The improved RB15, but not enough to win Ferrari. The Italian team has yet to win a stage, but is expected to win for the second consecutive week at Spa and Monza (Italy). The SF90 has low and unbalanced pressure, but easily takes advantage of the long straight lines like in the Spa. The fastest Vettel FP1 with a minute of 44,574 seconds, than Leclerc 0.214 seconds.

Knowing it was impossible to match Ferrari in a long straight line, Mercedes had to rely heavily on the main lap tactic. Bottas and Hamilton both use ordinary tires at FP1, with a record of 45,882 seconds and 45,973 seconds, respectively. Hamilton had a little trouble when the engine was not working in the first minutes, but Mercedes promptly corrected it.

Ferrari overwhelmed the first test day of the Belgian Grand Prix

In FP2, Verstappen had problems similar to Hamilton, leaving him not much time to improve achievements. Young Dutch talent is only sixth with a 45,507-minute minute. And Albon is the 10th fastest with a 45,771 second minute.

The driver of the day is Perez, with Mercedes new engine. But his car caught fire near the end of the FP2, causing the test race to close earlier than expected.

De Bruyne achieved 50 of the fastest tectonic phases in English Premier League history

15 minutes, in the trip of Bournemouth on the evening of 25/8, Kevin De Bruyne kicked the ball, after the thick line on the left from Oleksandr Zinchenko. The ball then found the location of Sergio Aguero, and the Argentinian striker easily finished close to the city, opening the score for Man City. The assist for the 31-year-old striker is calculated for De Bruyne, helping him become the fastest player to reach 50 assists in the English Premier League.

The Man City midfielder needed 123 matches to reach this milestone, breaking Mesut Ozil’s old record (141 matches) set in March 2018.

Player Number of matches Team Time

Kevin De Bruyne 123 Chelsea, Man City 2013 – now

Mesut Ozil 141 Arsenal 2013 – present

Eric Cantona 143 Leeds Utd, Man Utd 1992 – 1997

Dennis Bergkamp 146 Arsenal 1995 – 2006

Cesc Fabregas 165 Arsenal, Chelsea 2003 – 2018

De Bruyne’s first creation line in the Premier League came from the 2013-2014 season, while wearing Chelsea. He then played for Wolfsburg for two and a half years, before returning to the number one foggy league with a blockbuster deal with Man City in the summer of 2015.

Joining Man City, De Bruyne became the most outstanding creation in Europe. The Belgian midfielder has 9, 18 and 16 assists in three consecutive seasons. However, the serious injury early in the 2018-2019 season left the former Chelsea player only 11 starting kicks last season and had two assists.

In the 2019-2020 season, De Bruyne exploded. Counting the match against Bournemouth on 25/8, 28-year-old midfielder has four assists after three rounds. “I feel energetic and getting better and better. I believe everything will be favorable this season,” said Man City maestro after the draw of Tottenham 2-2 in the second round.

De Bruyne’s tectonic record in one season was set in the 2014-2015 season, when he joined Wolfsburg. The Belgian midfielder has 20 assists, although the Bundesliga has only 34 rounds, four times less than the Premier League.

HOT sports news 8/8: Nadal takes injury at Rogers Cup

Nadal worried about injuries at Rogers Cup

The Spanish player is quite cautious with the hard court at Rogers Cup. According to tennisworldusa, after winning the victory over Dan Evans, Rafa shared worries: “The field is very fast, so is the ball. Those are the ball lines that pressure the elbows and wrists. Ball hits are often quite heavy but it is not a new problem. I always try and hope the organizers will find a solution. ”

Former heavyweight king Joshua came back

“It doesn’t matter where the rematch takes place. Of course I still struggled for the match to be held in the UK because this is my territory. Being played before nine thousand spectators is an abundant source of energy. I found myself strong enough and could correct the mistake I had made, ”said Joshua, who lost three heavy boxing championships WBA, IBF and WBO on June 1, after being knocked out by Andy Ruiz. -out in the 7th round.

The female champion won over 200 male colleagues

Fiona Kolbinger won 265 opponents, including 245 male riders, in a 4,000-kilometer road race, across five European countries. The delegation originated from Burgas, Bulgaria and ended in Northwestern France. “I went through a great challenge. Now I can practice less sleep habits every day,” Kolbinger said.

American basketball team does not need superstars in the world cup

The fact that a series of top stars all have to withdraw, the champion of the reign must face concerns that this is the weakest American team of the Recent FIBA ​​period. But in sharing with Associated Press’s Tim Reynold, Gregg Popovich’s head coach personally denied.

Tokyo Summer Olympics faces high heat

On August 6, Japan’s Disaster Management Agency said stifling heat has killed 57 people across Japan in just one week from 29 / August 4 – 4 The hospital in Tokyo has received more than 1,800 people due to the hot sun.

The temperature has sparked a health threat to athletes and fans, urging Olympic organizers to face and settle before the Olympics by 2020.

The rise of Djokovic without fear

Enduring efforts are helping the Serbian player to narrow the achievement gap with Federer and Nadal, despite not being favored by fans.

Just passing through Roger Federer‘s achievement for 10 years and 10 days is enough to cover a part of tennis history. Since defeating Andy Roddick in the 2009 Wimbledon final to surpass the record of 14 Grand Slam by Pete Sampras, Swiss star has become the greatest tennis player of all time.

It is a typical story for an aristocratic sport that is proud and elegant. From the manicured grassy yard of Wimbledon to the sunlit clay yard on the Mediterranean coast, beauty is the embodiment of tennis. The sport was built from the legendary hand and left hand, taking place in places with fascinating charm.

But Djokovic made all that shake. Federer appeared on Wimbledon in elegant clothes and behaved like an exemplary gentleman, in stark contrast to the stubborn and angular Djokovic. The Serbian player with a referee control the match, screamed whenever frustrated, and obviously he wanted to get his attention.

The victory on Sunday 14/7 brought Djokovic to the 16th Grand Slam title in his career, and catching Federer’s record was only a matter of time with their age difference of six years. Nole wins less points, winning points are far lower (40 points difference) and is led to two match-point points, but in the end, he still won Wimbledon 2019.

If one day Djokovic breaks Federer’s record of 20 Grand Slam, it is also the time for tennis to face a truth that the way of beating flowers has been defeated.

For his part, Djokovic doesn’t get that much public interest. But no matter what the reason, the Serbian star’s undeniable rise has no room for fear. Maybe, Djokovic never received the admiration of the audience like Federer and Nadal. But to compete with that legendary duo, he has only one way – to win.

Copa America 2019: Brazil wins the championship

It has been 26 years since the last time Argentina won the Copa America and it seems that no matter how many times the Copa America takes place, the next generation of the “gold production line” has brought Argentine football 5 titles. The U20 World Cup championship in 7 tournaments took place during 1995-2007 with 2004 and 2008 Olympic Gold Medals that will never win any more tournaments.

Successful pressure makes coach Jorge Sampaoli leave but the Argentine Football Federation has yet to finalize who will be the official new coach of La Albiceleste. Former coach of Jorge Sampaoli is Lionel Scaloni as interim manager until the end of Copa America.

The former coach who led Argentina to win the World Cup in 1978 César Luis Menotti was appointed Technical Director but his role so far stopped advising the Coach about choosing a Copa America player with the host weak players are playing in the domestic tournament.

The problems that Argentina encountered turned Brazil into a heavyweight champion in the Copa America this year, despite the fact that Selecao himself had problems when they did not have Neymar’s service due to an ankle injury. Gabriel Jesus is losing his form and Roberto Firmino has yet to achieve his optimal fitness.

The biggest threat of Brazil in recent opposition is Richarlison with the cut from the right wing. Uruguay is probably Brazil’s biggest rival even though they are sweating waiting for news of Luis Suarez’s physical condition. Uruguay’s strength at the moment in addition to collective play also has young midfield with Rodrigo Bentancur, Matías Vecino and Lucas Torreira combined with an experienced player and a public goods that will probably burn out for The Copa America was the last or nearly the same time they contributed.

7 most popular water sports in the word (part 3)


5. Water skiing

Water skiing is a worldwide favorite sport. In this subject, you will stand on skis (like skiing) and be dragged across the water by the yacht. There are a few tips you need to remember when playing water skiing. You should always stand with your knees bent, keep your arms bent and let your boat pull you forward, lean back to keep gravity, breathe smoothly like normal (many people tend to hold their breath when playing extreme sports. Finally, it is possible to try to turn aside gently when you are used to pulling and keeping your balance well.

6. Kayaking

Kayaking is no longer strange to those who love water sports and travel. This is the perfect sport that can help you relax after stressful working days. In addition, kayaking can help strengthen your health.

Kayaking is a sport using a relatively small and narrow boat, completely controlled by human power, primarily designed to be propelled by hand paddles. Traditional kayaks have a deck and one or more cabins, each with a paddle. The cockpit is covered by a deck lid to prevent water intrusion from waves or water rays and makes long-term kayaks feel comfortable.

Usually, kayaking is often the family’s choice for older people and children to join, rowing and enjoying the beautiful scenery. But if you’re a adventurer, you can play kayak at the waterfall to challenge yourself. In addition, with the compactness of kayaks, you can bring with you on the family yacht.

7. Seabob

Seabob was dubbed the “motorcycle running under the water”. Carrying a seabob on a yacht with you and jumping into the water in a windy direction, you will feel like you are a 007 spy who is performing his underwater mission with the most advanced equipment. Seabob is manually controlled as you ride a motorbike and can travel at 15km per hour.

7 most popular water sports in the word (part 1)

Snorkeling (Scuba diving)

Playing water sports is one of the most favorite leisure activities when spending time on vacation on the yacht. If you like scuba diving, make sure you cannot deny diving with snorkels in the ocean, watching coral reefs and colorful fish swimming around you.

Let’s check out 7 most popular water sports in the world in the article below!

1. Snorkeling (Scuba diving)

If you love the beauty of the sea, and watch the life under the water in the most vivid way, snorkelling is definitely the right sport for you. Imagine you will be like a resident of the ocean: A sunny morning, you jump into the warm water from the yacht in trendy diving suits and swim with fish, admire strange creatures that are hard to get visible in artificial aquarium.

Snorkeling (Scuba diving)

In addition, when you choose to watch marine plants and animals right in the ocean, you have contributed to the protection of marine animals and plants. By reducing one person to the aquarium means increasing the chance for these creatures not to be caught as a pastime.

2. Wakesurfing

Wakesurfing is becoming popular with its speed against face by the simplicity and safety of this sport. If with wakeboarding you will have to attach to the boat and be towed with wakesurfing, you will be completely independent and just need to surf right behind the boat (because when the boat is running, it will create waves for you to surf on the water).

This is also considered a highly community sport because you will be surfing behind the yacht with close range. Therefore, you can easily chat as well as just friends and children how to play wakesurfing.

The most exciting speed sports in the world (part 2)


4. GP motorcycle racing

Born in the 40s of the twentieth century, GP Motorbike is known as one of the motor racing tournaments with great attraction because of its fierce competition and thrust and attraction through each race.

To increase the attraction of this dramatic speed sport, the World Motor Federation (FIM) has introduced a new law to increase the engine cylinder capacity of vehicles participating in GP motorcycles from 800 to 1000 cubic centimeters.

The minimum weight of the car is also increased from 150 kg to 153 kg and FIM also does not limit the engine cycle. Just like F1 racing, GP motorbike racing is a place to show off the high-tech technology platform of the motorcycle industry, 14 participating teams are outstanding drivers with passion, quickness and courage.

5. Dog racing

Dog racing was first organized in 1876 in the United Kingdom, followed by the United States (1920) and spread across other continents. In Southeast Asia, Vietnam is the only place where dog racing is organized. The race dog is named Gray hound. People love Greyhound because they run very fast. So they are used to hunt antelopes and hares. In ancient Egypt, Greyhound breeds were used to escort Pharaohs and families as an expression of power.

On Friday and Saturday evening, the atmosphere at Lam Son Stadium (Vung Tau) is bustling and exciting because of the cheering and enthusiastic cheering of thousands of spectators for racing dogs here. Still a representative of speed, courage and agility, but Greyhound dogs are not aggressive, but they are very gentle, friendly and lovely. After 1 week of being trained and trained by the coach, the dogs are given to compete. On average, in every life, every dog ​​is played about 100 times.

The most exciting speed sports in the world (part 1)

The most exciting speed sports in the world (part 1)

In addition to football – the most favorite king sport in the world, sailing, racing of GP, horse racing, dog racing, F1 racing, etc. are also popular sports around the world. Let’s check out the most exciting sports that are all about speed!

1. Sailing

Sailing is considered one of the toughest and most dangerous sports. The type of racing boat is actually very expensive sports yachts. It is said that this is a noble sport. Sailing firm Northrop & Johnson is one of the major suppliers of this type of sport, such as the 26 million UAD “Mr. Terrible” or the “Gallant Lady” that costs up to 42,5 million USD.

2. Horse racing 

Horse racing is one of the oldest sports in mankind. Previously, to find a good racing horse, people often consider Arab racing horses because of their incredible speed. Over the centuries, Arab racing horses are still strong, brave, fast-paced horses with the greatest stamina. Although it is popular, to really play this sport, one has to spend thousands of dollars on buying horses and nurturing them.

3. F1 racing:

The most exciting speed sports in the world (part 1)

Formula 1 racing is a very good adventure sport. Each game burns up 70 liters of fuel for 100 km, gathers a team of up to 100 people to serve the race. Not only a competition to win between teams, but it is also the race of humanity to conquer time limits. The famous F1 racing is always a place to show off the top technology platform of the automobile industry.

The philosophy “Nothing backward by yesterday’s technology” is the intellectual power of the F1 racing sport. Although there is not much movement, F1 requires drivers to have physical strength. 2 kg is the average weight that a rider loses after each race.

The Law Of Playing Tennis (part 1)

The Law Of Playing Tennis (part 1)

Law on Fixed Equipment on Tennis Courts

Regarding the number of tennis arbitrators: On a normal game field, there will be a referee, a referee and a person who picks the ball when standing in the right position is also considered a fixed device. However, having the highest level matches, there can be up to 11 referees on the field at the same time.

The Law Of Playing Tennis (part 1)

Game Rules of Tennis Ball Competition

The ball must have the same outer surface, covered with a felt layer and yellow or white. If there is a way to connect, it must not reveal stitches. The ball has a diameter of 6.35 cm to 6.67 cm, the weight ranges from 56 g to 59.4 g and the bouncing is in the range of 134, 62 cm to 147, 62 cm when dropping from a height of 254 cm down.

Type 1 – Fast speed: with forward distortion greater than 0.495 cm and less than 0.597 cm; the later deformation is 0.749 cm larger and 0.965 cm smaller when the 8,165 kg impact force is applied to the ball

Types 2 and 3 – Medium and slow speed: forward distortion greater than 0.559 cm and less than 0.737 cm; the later deformation is greater than 0,800 cm and less than 1,080 cm when the impact force is 8,165 kg.

When playing at altitudes above 1,219 m above sea level, two additional types of balls can be used:

– The first type has the same rules as described above, except the rebound value is in the range of 121.92 cm to 134.62 cm and has an internal pressure greater than the external pressure. This type is often called compression ball. The second type also has the criteria as described above, except for the value of bouncing in the range of 134.62 cm – 147.32 cm and having an internal pressure equivalent to the external pressure.