News : World Cup in South Korea – Peaty swims in the semifinals world record – sports

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World Cup in South Korea - Peaty swims in the semifinals world record - sports

The Briton thus undercuts his own old record. Zlatan Ibrahimovic meets and knocks spells. BVB wins the friendly against Liverpool.

Swimming, South Korea: Breaststroke star Adam Peaty has set the first world record at the World Swimming Championships in South Korea. The 24-year-old Brit beat Gwangju in the semifinals over 100 meters of chest on Sunday in 56.88 seconds. The Olympic champion thus broke his own old record from the European Championships last year in Glasgow by 22 hundredths of a second.

World Cup series winner Katie Ledecky has suffered a surprising defeat: the five-time Olympic champion lost over 400 meters freestyle against 18-year-old Australian Ariarne Titmus. After 3: 58.76 minutes, she beat Ledecky, who had won the last three world titles over this distance. Third was Leah Smith from the USA. A German swimmer was not at the start. Ledecky has many gold opportunities as a multi-star.

International Football The defender is the new Ronaldo

Transfer market in football

The defender is the new Ronaldo

Juventus 75 million access Matthijs de Ligt stands for the market category in which defenders and goalies have recently lost a fortune.By Christof Kneer

Football, USA: Zlatan Ibrahimovic did not miss out on big spells after his second hat-trick in North American Major League Soccer. "I am LA" tweeted the Swedish football eccentric the day after the 3-2 victory of his club LA Galaxy in the derby against FC Los Angeles on Friday (local time). After his three goals with left, right and the head Ibrahimovic had flirted. "I did well today, I think," the striker said loudly to the Los Angeles Times. Much more self-confident, the former international, who calls himself the best player in the league, dubbed before the meeting. He feels in the MLS "like a Ferrari among Fiats". The comparison Ibrahimovic also coins on the Mexican striker Carlos Vela, who had scored the two goals for the FC Los Angeles. The Mexican responded calmly and referred to the statistics. There, the 30-year-old is 21 goals in 20 appearances at the top in front of Ibrahimovic, who scored only 16 goals in 17 games.

Football, Bastian Schweinsteiger: For the fourth time in a row, the former World Cup champion and the Chicago Fire have not won in North American Major League Soccer. On Saturday (local time) defeated the team from Illinois with 0-2 (0-1) at Philadelphia Union and thus conceded the tenth defeat this season. Chicago is in tenth place in the Eastern Conference with 23 points, out of playoff ranks. The hosts are at the top in the east. The ex-Frankfurt Marco Fabián brought Philadelphia after eleven minutes with a long-range shot in the lead. In the second half, substitute Anthony Fontana scored 17471 spectators for the decision (65 '). Chicago's Diego Campos missed the best chance when he failed with a shot on the crossbar.

Boxing: Filipino boxing champion Manny Pacquiao (40) has won the battle for the WBA welterweight title against super champion Keith Thurman (30) from the United States on points. Pacquiao sent his ten years younger opponent in Las Vegas in the first round on the boards and won the fight after twelve rounds for themselves. Two judges saw Pacquiao 115-112 up front, while the third picked Thurman 114-133. For the Americans it was the first defeat in his career, before he had won 29 fights. Pacquiao, as the only boxer world champion in seven recognized weight classes, won by 71 professional bouts 62, 39 by K.o. Most recently, Pacquiao had his fans vote on Twitter about the next opponent. The choice fell on the old adversary Floyd Mayweather junior, but nothing will come of it. In 2015, the "Pacman" lost to "Money" Mayweather the most endowed boxing match in history. The American Mayweather cashed around 150 million, Pacquiao 100 million dollars Gage.

Football, BVB: When meeting again with his master trainer Jürgen Klopp, Borussia Dortmund has impressively completed its US marketing tour. The German vice-champion defeated Champions League winner FC Liverpool at Notre Dame Stadium in South Bend / Indiana on Friday night with 3-2 (1: 1) and presented more than 40,000 spectators in good form. Paco Alcacer (3rd), Thomas Delaney (52) and Jacob Bruun Larsen (58th) scored in heat and high humidity for BVB, whose coach Lucien Favre changed nine times at halftime. Only returnees Mats Hummels and goalkeeper Marwin Hitz played therefore more than 45 minutes, star access Julian Brandt had been like the only 16-year-old Giovanni Reyna in the starting eleven. The goals of the Reds were scored by Harry Wilson (35.) and Rhian Brewster (75./foulelfmeter). The Dortmund had previously beaten the MLS club Seattle Sounders 3: 1 on their America short trip.

"That was a test today because of the time difference, the flights we had - that's a character thing, because willpower is part of it," said international Marco Reus after the duel with Liverpool satisfied: "The task we have passed with flying colors." The balance between marketing and preparation was "difficult, very clear - for the coaching team and for the players." You need the regeneration, which you have not had due to the many marketing appointments. " His fine tuning for the upcoming Bundesliga season will be BVB in Switzerland in the training camp in Bad Ragaz (27 July to 2 August) get.

Tennis: Germany's tennis top player Alexander Zverev (22) has criticized his coach Ivan Lendl about two weeks after his first round at Wimbledon. "Sometimes we go to the tennis court, you train for two hours, and half an hour of it he stands with his back to me and tells how he played golf the morning before," said Zverev in Hamburg.

He also reported that Lendl has a new dog and is currently spending a lot of time on it. After Wimbledon there had been a clarifying conversation. "We talked about it and I told him to focus more on tennis." At the tournament at the Rothenbaum in Hamburg from the 20th of July Zverev is looked after by his father Alexander senior.

Zverev also hinted at a speedy end to the onerous conflict with ex-manager Patricio Apey at the press conference. It's going to be much clearer in the next few days, and I'm glad it clears up so slowly and I can focus on tennis again, "said the World Ranking Fifth. After the Wimbledon-off, the native of Hamburg had openly admitted that he was heavily burdened by the smoldering lawsuit with Apey.

Bundesliga You do not want to wait

They do not want to wait

Players like Manuel Neuer and Robert Lewandowski do not want a Bavarian perspective squad. They vehemently demand reinforcements because they have to be successful at their age now - and not only in 2023.Comment by Christof Kneer

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