Friday Review I July 16, 2021

 



Here are the most important sports events not to be missed this summer, selected by The Consultancy Group: 

23 JULY - 8 AUGUST : TOKYO OLYMPICS GAMES  


Olympics Games

OLYMPICS GAMES - Tokyo Olympics Games are just around the corner and will take place from 23 July until 8 August. The event will feature 33 competitions and 339 events held across 42 competition venues. This will be the opportunity to discover five new Olympic disciplines : skateboarding, surfing, climbing, 3x3 basketball and karate. In order not to miss anything, you will find the full programme and all the results by sport HERE. A mobile app has also been launched, which includes FanZone, trivia, "Magic Moments" and fantasy and bracket challenges to make predictions and learn about the Olympics. The app is available in Chinese, English, French, Hindi, Japanese, Korean and Spanish. To download it : HERE for Google Play store and HERE for the Apple store. For more information about the Olympics Games such as the latest news or videos, you can also visit the official website HERE. Following the Olympic Games, the Paralympic Games will take place from 24 August until 5 September.


11 - 18 JULY : THE OPEN ROYAL ST GEORGE'S 


The Open
GOLF - In 2021 The 149th Open will return to Royal St George's for the first time since 2011. Located on the Kent coastline, the Sandwich links will showcase the world's best players as they compete for the Claret Jug. We kindly invite you HERE to check the latest news. 








18 JULY : FINAL STAGE OF THE TOUR DE FRANCE  


Le Tour de France
CYCLING - The Tour de France will end this week-end with its 21st and final stage, on Sunday 18 July. With its flat lenght of 108,4 km, the final stage will start from Chatou (Yvelines) and will end in Paris Champs-Elysées. All the latest news on the official Tour de France website HERE 








22 - 25 JULY : THE AMUNDI EVIAN CHAMPIONSHIP  


The Amundi Evian Championship
GOLF - One of the five women's golf Grand Slam tournaments will take place from 22 to 25 July at the Evian Resort Golf Club (FRA). The Major will welcome the elite of women's golf, including Jin Young Ko (KO - World No.2) or Nelly Korda (USA). Tickets and information HERE. 








21-22 AUGUST : 24 HEURES LE MANS 


24Heures Le Mans
MOTOR RACING - The 89th edition of the world's greatest endurance race will take place on 21 and 22 August, in Mans (FRA). Quick reminder of the simple rule : the car that had travelled the longest distance after 24 hours wins. A great challenge for both pilot and car. Tickets and information HERE. 








JULY & AUGUST : F1 SUMMER RACES CALENDAR  


Formula 1
F1 - A 23-race F1 calendar is planned for 2021, including three races this summer : Pirelli Great Britain GP (16-18 July), Magyar Nagyíj GP, Hungary (30 July - 1 August) and Rolex Belgan GP, Belgium (27-29 August). For full schedule details, times and week-end program, click HERE








14 AUGUST - 5 SEPTEMBER : LA VUELTA  


CYCLING - One of the leading cycling races in the international calendar will take place from 14 August to 5 September. The Vuelta will be made up of 21 stages and will cover a distance of 3'336 km across Spain. News and results HERE. 










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