Sports news from July to December

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Beauceronnes and Beaucerons have achieved many sporting successes in the last six months.

Some participated in the Tokyo Olympics, others won prestigious tournaments. Tonight, EnBeauce.com invites you to dive into the highlights of the sports world since last July.

JULY

Explore in pictures the canoe race offered at Vallée-Jonction
(Gallery) On July 10, the C1 canoe race took place starting from Vallée-Jonction, organized by the Quebec Canoe Riders Association (ACCQ).

Motocross at the Parc-X-Tring in Tring-Jonction
(Gallery) Tring-Jonction motocross track Parc-X-Tring has been hosting amateurs and professionals every weekend since 2007.

Explore the canoe race in Vallée-Jonction in pictures
(Gallery) The Quebec Canoe Riders Association (ACCQ) held a second race on July 11, this time in pairs (C2) from Vallée-Jonction.

Alain Doyon: Managing Sports 30 for over 25 years
(Video interview) Beaucevillois Alain Doyon has been working as a producer for the Sports 30 information magazine at Réseau des Sports for over 25 years.

Nothing like clay for Yan Laflamme
(Video interview) For race driver Yan Laflamme, there is nothing better than a dirt track where he has to maintain full control of his car if he is to achieve victory.

Boxer Tammara Thibeault lost in the quarterfinals
The Tokyo Olympics ended in the early morning hours for boxer Tammara Thibeault, who lost in the quarterfinals.

AUGUST

2nd place for swimmer Philippe Lacasse
Swimmer Philippe Lacasse, in his first participation in such an event, completed the 29th Marathon of the new generation Traversée internationale du lac Saint-Jean, held on 30 July, in second place.

Bronze medal for Lauriane Genest
Cyclist Lauriane Genest of Saint-Damien-de-Buckland won a bronze medal in the women’s keir final in track cycling at the Tokyo Olympics, the first for Canada in the discipline.

Andrée-Anne Côté and her team take 5th place
Beauceronne Andrée-Anne Côté and her seven teammates from the Canadian national artistic swimming team finished fifth in the technical event at the Tokyo Olympic Games.

A victorious Stanley Cup welcome to Yanni Gourde
Hockey player Yanni Gourde has been waiting for over a year to gift the residents of his hometown of Saint-Narcisse-de-Beaurivage the famous Stanley Cup he won twice, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Tampa Bay Lighting team.

SEPTEMBER

Big victory for Condors hockey opening game
(Gallery) Cégep Beauce-Appalches’ Condors hockey opening match ended with a 7-4 win over the Panthères of Saint-Jérôme at Center sporting Lacroix-Dutil in Saint-Georges.

Canadian Road Championships: Elite men’s winner Guillaume Boivin
(Gallery) The Canadian Road Cycling Championship continues in Saint-Georges, where Guillaume Boivin (Israel Start-Up Nation), who participated in the first Tour de France and the first Olympic Games, won his third national championship and his second elite title. Already won in 2015.

Meeting with tennis player Alizee Poulin
In a video interview with (Video interview) EnBeauce.comBeaucevilloise Alizee Poulin is returning to her career as a tennis player.

OCTOBER

Cool FM wins for return to Lacroix-Dutil Sports Center
Cool FM has finally returned to the regular season at Center Sportif Lacroix-Dutil. It’s been almost 580 days since their one season game at Beauce and the fans were spoiled for a 3-1 win at the expense of the 3L Rivière-du-Loup.

NOVEMBER

Football: Condors win Bol d’Or
In front of 1,075 spectators, Cégep Beauce-Appalaches Condors defeated Cégep de Jonquière Gaillards 36-14 at Thetford Mines to win the Division 3 final of the 45th Bol d’Or.

Condors victory in photos
(Gallery)Cégep Beauce-Appalches Condors crowned an excellent season in College Football Division 3 by winning the Bol d’or at Thetford.

Quebec Games 2025: Saint-Georges and Trois-Rivières still in contention
Sports Québec has announced that the first phase of the selection process for the host environment of the 59th Final of the Quebec Games to be held in the summer of 2025 has been completed and the cities of Saint-Georges and Trois-Rivières are still candidate venues. . in contention.

DECEMBER

Marie-Philip Poulin will find herself in the video game “NHL 22”
Beaucevilloise hockey player Marie-Philip Poulin will find herself in the video game NHL 22 From EA Sports.

Long track skating: Laurent Dubreuil wins another 500m podium
Quebec’s Laurent Dubreuil finished third in the second 500m race held at the Calgary long track speed skating World Cup stop.

National Top Hockey League team moves to Beauce
The Cowboys de la Beauce is the name of the new National Top Hockey League team that settled in the area.

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