June 3, the results of the morning
TENNIS – The latest verdicts from the Montecchio Tennis Center: in the final of the singular male tournament Florian Diep (Mon) has passed 63 64 Ugo Nastasi (Lux), bronze medal to Eleftherios Neos (Cyp) and Lucas Catarinas (Mon) defeated in the semifinals. Among the successful women of Raluca Serban (Cyp), who had the best on Eleonora Molinaro (Lux) with a score of 75 64. In this case the bronze medals went to Francesca Curmi (Mlt) and Elaine Genovese (Mlt) .
TABLE TENNIS– In the single women to triumph is Luxembourgish Danielle Konsbruck after a thrilling final with Tessy Gonderinger. The first goes on for 2-0 but is good and heats the second to not give up and bring the match back on the right track. The last and decisive set, however, encourages the Konsbruck, with the score of 11-9, home to the gold medal, leaving silver at Gonderinger. Great final for the two athletes, wrapped up in the Luxembourg flag at the end of the race, who have dominated the tournament since the preliminary rounds. The bronze, ex aequo, goes to Monaco Quist and to Montenegrin Petric. In the single male Anthony Peretti (MON), he won the gold medal by finishing a 3-0 (11-8, 11-9, 11-3) sound to Luxembourg’s Giles Michely in the final. Match without history with the scales needle that hangs everything from Peretti’s side that conquers the seventh gold for the White-red delegation. Bronze medals for Provost (MON) and Radovic (MNE), out in the semifinals.
CYCLING – The Time Trial test on Faetano circuit closed with the success of Cypriot Andreas Miltiadis who completed the course at 21.59.540 at an average of 45.834. Silver for Monegasque Victor Langellotti who finished second while bronze went to Andorran Julio Alfredo Pintado Madrigal. In fourth place, the only one to stay above 45 in average as the top three, Sammarinese Daniele Bedetti. Cypriot Antri Christoforou wins gold ahead of Luxembourg’s Elise Maes. Colors of Luxembourg also for the bronze medal that goes to Anneesophie Harsch.
PALLACANESTRO – Cyprus wins against San Marino 100 – 63 in the last match of the historic coach Sergio Del Bianco and celebrates the gold medal. Montenegro is mathematically in second place (so the result of the afternoon will be irrelevant to Iceland). Luxembourg in the morning beat Andorra 98-84 and is a bronze medal.