Crusaders vs Jaguares Live Stream – Super Rugby Final 2019

There was no surprise and the Jaguars must travel to New Zealand for the Super Rugby final. The double champion, Crusaders, never lost a direct elimination match on his court in Christchurch. And in the semifinals against Hurricanes he asserted his powerful locality to win by 30 to 26 and qualify as finalist of the Super Rugby 2019, where he will define the title with the Argentinean Jaguares franchise. Keep touch in our site for enjoy the Crusaders vs Jaguars Live Stream Final Match.
Crusaders vs Jaguars Live StreamTo the Argentineans it was convenient a victory to them of Hurricanes (fourth in the general table), because that would have allowed them to play the decisive party in the field of Vélez.

Crusaders was the best team of the regular stage, so Gonzalo Quesada’s team will travel to Christchurch to play the final match on Saturday, at 4.35am, in the early hours of Argentina.

Crusaders got a good lead in the first half, by 13 to 0, thanks to a try by Sevu Reece and shipments to Richie Mo’unga’s clubs.

Although it was made wait, the pressure of Hurricanes arrived when the first time was finished. In the last minute of the initial mitt and the first of the second, he got tries through Ngani Laumape and Ben Lam.

From there there was a trepidante route, with annotations of a side and of the other of permanent way. Mo’unga arrived at the in goal for Crusaders, but immediately answered Laumape. And when the champions went back to stretch the lead through Reece, it was TJ Perenara who answered with another try to keep Hurricanes in play.

With eight minutes to go, a Mo’unga penalty put four points ahead of Crusaders (30-26) and forced Hurricanes to find a try to get to the front.

The Wellington team attacked with insistence and got into 22 of the Crusaders in the final minutes. But the defense of the champions prevailed to reach the definition for the third consecutive year.

 

 

Super Rugby: the probable formation of Jaguars for the semifinals against Brumbies

In this unforgettable campaign in the Super Rugby, Gonzalo Quesada begins to define the Jaguares formation for the crucial semi-final clash against Brumbies, which will be played this Friday from 20 and will be televised by ESPN and ESPN Play.
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While the team will be resolved in the afternoon, the names are quite clear and fifteen would be the same as 21-16 defeated Chiefs last Friday, in the match for the quarterfinals of Super Rugby, which was played in Velez .

All would arrive in conditions, including Marcos Kremer, Guido Petti and Matías Orlando, who had ended up beaten against the New Zealand team. The most committed is Petti, but he would recover from a sprained ankle. In addition, this last Tuesday in Newman was trained Ramiro Moyano, who has not played for four games and could go to the bank against Brumbies.

In this way, the team would form again with Emiliano Boffelli; Sebastián Cancelliere, Matías Orlando, Jerónimo de la Fuente (c) and Matías Moroni; Joaquín Díaz Bonilla and Tomás Cubelli; Marcos Kremer, Javier Ortega Desio and Pablo Matera; Tomás Lavanini and Guido Petti Pagadizábal; Santiago Medrano, Agustín Creevy and Mayco Vivas. Coach: Gonzalo Quesada.
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Napoli 2019 Summer Universiade – Welcome to Team Suisse!

Team Suisse receives athletics growth: 9 athletes and 9 athletes will participate in the Summer Universiade from 3.-14. July 2019 in Naples for Switzerland at the start. Salomé Kora and Ajla Del Ponte are also two of the Taipei Gold Relay 2017 athletes. A promising starting position.

Welcome to Team Suisse!

Universiade

Swiss University Sports intends to build on the successes of the Winter Universiade in Russia at the 30th Summer Universiade in Naples, July 3-14, 2019. The selections in archery, fencing, artistic gymnastics, swimming, sailing, sport shooting and table tennis form the official start of Mission Napoli 2019.

The Swiss delegation with about 90 athletes and athletes will perform in Naples in the 11 sports archery, athletics, fencing, artistic gymnastics, judo, swimming, sailing, sport shooting, swimming, table tennis, tennis and volleyball. There she wants to build on the successes of the Swiss delegation of the Winter Universiade in March. The goal is to return to Switzerland with 4 medals and 12 diplomas. Appeals are made especially to experienced Universiade participants such as artistic gymnast Marco Walter. For the bronze medal winner on the ground in Gwangju 2015, it is the third Universiade participation, as well as the completion of his top sports career.

For others, who give their Universiade debut in 2019, the experience counts first and foremost. “The Universiade is the perfect setting for very young athletes to get to know and handle the atmosphere and challenges of an international event,” says Renato Maggi, Head of Delegation. Nonetheless, they too could benefit from the whole environment, such as professional support from their own staff, like a medical team and outgrow them in this environment. “We have a lot to say about Team Suisse because we travel to Napoli with top-class athletes,” Maggi continues.

Selections are made in eight sports

With selections in archery, fencing, artistic gymnastics, swimming, sailing, sport shooting and table tennis, Swiss University Sports names the first 14 athletes and 21 athletes representing Switzerland in Naples. After completing her swimming career is no longer the successful Universiade participant Martina van Berkel. With her silver medal at the Summer Universiade 2017 in Taipei, she is not only a role model for the mission Napoli 2019 for young talents of her own sport like Svenja Stoffel (national squad swiss swimming).

Swiss Students Sports Award 2019

In cooperation with the Organizing Committee of the Winter Universiade 2021, Swiss University Sports hosted the Swiss Students Sports Award 2018/2019 for the first time at the LUGA fair in Lucern. The Students Sports Awards went to Amélie Dupasquier (double silver medal winner in alpine skiing at the Winter Universiade 2019 in Krasnojarsk) and Jonas Egger (two gold and one bronce medal at the WUC Orienteering in Finland) .
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In cooperation with the Organizing Committee of the Winter Universiade 2021, Swiss University Sports hosted the Swiss Students Sports Award 2018/2019 for the first time at the LUGA fair in Lucerne. Some 130 athletes and officials, supporters, guests and delegates from academic, political and sports authorities witnessed a nice show, presented and moderated by Beat Antenen, TV moderator and entertainer.

Mike Kurt, President of Swiss University Sports underlined the importance of the dual career, a process which still has to be further developed at Swiss Universities. Daniel Studer, responsible for the EUSA events in Swiss University Sports, presented the awards to Lausanne University Volleyball female team, winner of the EUG 2018 in Coimbra, Portugal, and to Thomas Heiniger and Florian Schmid, Silver medalist in the men’s double also in Coimbra.

Among the 12 medal winners at different World University Championships in 2018, Marilen Matter Graf, Head of Elite sports had the honor to present the Swiss Students Sports Award 2018 to Jonas Egger. Egger won two gold and one bronce medal at the WUC Orienteering in Finland. Additional medal winners came from Floorball, Beach volleyball men, Rowing and Weightlifting. Finally the Head of the Swiss delegation at the Winter Universiade 2019 in Krasnojarsk, Christoph Böcklin, presented the Award 2019 to Amélie Dupasquier, double silver medal winner in alpine skiing. Show dance performances under the leadership of Karin Udvardi from Lucerne University Sports as well as a song “Mittendrin” by Paul Etterlin demonstrated the unity between Sport, Education and Culture.

The ceremony closed by Beat Antenen who interviewed Urs Hunkeler, Managing Director of the Winter Universiade 2021, about the way from Krasnojarsk to Lucerne. Some video clips gave a complete overview about the success of Swiss Student Athletes at the EUG 2018 in Coimbra, the different WUC 2018 and the Winter Universiade 2019 in Krasnojarsk. The ceremony at Lucerne Fair LUGA was a strong demonstration of the close links between Swiss University Sports and the OC of the Winter Universiade 2021 in Lucerne, Central Switzerland.

World University Games 2019 Live Stream | Napoli Summer Universiade

The Summer Universiade is an international multi-sports university competition organized by the International University Sports Federation (FISU). It takes place every two years. It is the largest multi-sport event in the world after the Olympics.

Summer Universiade 2019

 

 

The Summer Universiade will be held this year in Naples, 60 years after the first edition of the Torino Student Olympic Games in Italy in 1959, organizers said on Friday. The 2019 edition, the thirtieth, will host from July 3 to 14 sports delegations from 124 countries, about 10,000 people between athletes and preparers, according to a statement from the organization. She will see these athletes compete in 18 disciplines ranging from athletics to athletics, badminton, basketball, fencing, football, gymnastics, judo, swimming, diving, water polo, taekwondo, table tennis, tennis and volleyball.

Participation records were set in Kazan (Russia) in 2013 for the number of athletes (11,759), and in Daegu (South Korea) in 2003 for the number of countries (174). A first international student competition took place in 1923 in Paris, but the first Student Olympic Games, or Universiade, took place in 1959 in Turin.

The 2017 edition, the competition is held every two years, was held in Taipei, much to the chagrin of China who had boycotted these games. It will be present in Naples and will host in Changu the edition 2021. Winter Universiade also take place every two years. The last edition took place in March in Russia.

The Swiss delegation will participate with about 82 athletes representing 11 sports disciplines. The athletes, who will represent Switzerland according to the motto of the delegation “Passion. Challenge. Success. Will do their best to achieve their best performances and to collect diplomas and medals.