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Turkish menâs basketball team has won the FIBA U-20 European Championship with a 65-57 victory over Spain on July 20.
Cedi Osman scored 20 points and was subsequently named in the all-tournament team, as Turkey edged out Spain in the final minute of the gold medal game to be crowned champions for the first time in the history of the competition.
IZVORANI - The Serbian national team won a silver medal at the Youth Boys Balkan Volleyball Championship in Izvorani, after defeating the host team of Romania 3-2 (20-25, 25-12, 19-25, 25-11, 15-11) in the final round on Sunday.
Caroline Wozniacki says she is happy to be in Istanbul and will try to end her jinx in Turkey at the WTA Istanbul Cup.
The Danish tennis player has made several visits to Turkey as part of her commercial deal with the national flagship carrier, but her playing campaigns in Istanbul have been less than impressive.
Portuguese midfielder Raul Meireles has shown his newest tattoo, featuring the Blue Mosque in Istanbul, during a recent training for his teamâs upcoming game at the World Cup in Brazil.
The former Chelsea and Liverpool player now calls Turkey his home, as he plays for Turkish football giants FenerbahÃ§e.
POZAREVAC - Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic announced the start of the 54th cycling race through Serbia in Pozarevac on Thursday, noting that the competition under the slogan "Along the paths of freedom of our ancestors" offers an opportunity to learn more about the tradition of the Serbian army, which made a significant contribution to the Allies' victory in World War One.
Italian coach Roberto Mancini has left Turkish giants Galatasaray by mutual agreement after less than a season in charge, the club announced on June 11.
"Our relationship with the coach Roberto Mancini and his contract of
employment, which was signed on 1 October, 2013, has been terminated by
mutual agreement," the club said in a statement.
INNSBRUCK - Olympic champion Milica Mandic has taken a gold medal in the women's under 73kg event at the Austrian Open Taekwondo Championships in Innsbruck.
Thus, the Serbian athlete secured on Sunday another 10 points for the world rankings and strengthened her position ahead of the World Taekwondo Grand Prix that will take place in China in July.