Your Weekday Sports Review

29th May - 2nd June

Shotgun experts gathered in Almaty, Kazakhstan, for the next instalment of the International Shooting Sport Federation World Cup. Compared to the Pistol and Rifle disciplines, it normally has fewer participants. Even so, nine countries competed for 18 medal positions. The home nation edged Italy bagging two golds and a silver, with the the runners-up achieving two golds and two bronze. Suhl in Germany is currently hosting the juniors in all three disciplines. 

While we are inching closer to the Tour de France, the UCI ProSeries completed the Tour of Norway on Monday. Great Britain's Ben Tulett took the top podium position, followed by USA's Magnus Sheffield, with Belgium's Thibau Nys completing the podium. USA's Liv Stokes and Richie Cravey completed maiden wins in the World Surf League Longboard Tour hosted at Virginia Beach, Virginia. Cravey's win also earned him the North America Regional North America Longboard Title.

NASCAR Cup Series fans had to wait an extra day to view the Coca-Cola 600 at the Charlotte Motor Speedway. It was a special day for Rob Blaney snapping a 59-race winless streak. Ross Chastain still leads the overall driver standings, but only 17 points separate the top six positions. India defeated Pakistan 2-1 in Salalah, Oman, to lift the Asia Hockey Federation Men's Junior Asia Cup. The Women's Junior Asia Cup is currently in progress in Kakamigahara, Japan.

It was Egypt reigning once again at the next stop of the Professional Squash Association World Tour. Nouran Gohar became the Women’s 2023 El Gouna International champion after beating Belgium’s World No.8 Nele Gilis. Ali Farag defeated Mostafa Asal earning him a return to the World No.1 position for the first time since January. In athletics news, Kenya's Faith Kipyegon has broken the Women's 1500m World Record with a time of 3:49.11 at the Wanda Diamond League Meeting in Florence. Ethiopia's Sembo Almayew won the Women's 3000m Steeplechase with 9:00.71, a new meeting record. The Netherland's Femke Bol also broke a meeting record running a world-leading 52.43 to smash the 400m hurdles.

We are 48 days away from the the FIFA Women's World Cup in Australia and New Zealand, and 98 days from the start of the Rugby World Cup in France. 

Until next time, have a great weekend in sport.

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