B&H senior basketball representation will conduct today medical examination and the first joint training as part of preparations for qualification at the European Championship.The best B&H basketball players gathered last night in Ilidža, where the coach Duško Ivanović invited 12 players.Filip Adamović will miss the qualifications, Zachary Wright will not participate either and is questionable participation of Nihad Đedović due to the arm surgery. Muhamed Pašalić will not participate as well.Captain Mirza Teletović due to NBA rules will not attend the first part of preparations, while today should join the team D.J. Cooper, the new American in B&H team.Young B&H players Nedim Buza, Adin Vrabac, Emir Sulejmanović, Amar Alibegović and Jusuf Nurkić will join the representation after the completion of championship for players up to 20 years old.Players will conduct the first part of preparations in Sarajevo, and from 12 July, will host the tournament, in which will participate Israel and Slovakia. 7 days later will play against Italy and Montenegro.Then, B&H basketball players will play two matches with the selection of Sweden.The best B&H basketball players in the last phase of preparations will play in the tournament in Italy, against Italy, Serbia and Canada.Representation of B&H in the qualifications for European Championship performs in the group with Great Britain and Iceland. Qualifications will start on 13 August, with the match against Great Britain in London.(Source: Fena)
Cameron Champ earned a commanding three-stroke lead after the third round of the Safeway Open.American Champ carded a 5-under 67 in the penultimate round at Silverado Country Club on Saturday. Winner of last year’s Sanderson Farms Championship, Champ — seeking his second PGA Tour title — was flawless as he holed five birdies in Napa, California.Champ improved to 14 under through 54 holes, ahead of last week’s Sanderson Farms Championship winner Sebastian Munoz (67), Adam Hadwin (67) and Nick Taylor (70).Yardage of every tee shot from @Cameron__Champ on Saturday:349314280323315237338286323343232372251334 pic.twitter.com/OcgJ9gIVVY— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) September 29, 2019Justin Thomas — winner of the 2017 FedEx Cup and US PGA Championship — is a stroke further back following his 1-under 71.Thomas was among five players tied for third heading into Day 3, however, the American star was unable to maintain that charge. A second 71 saw Thomas fall into a tie for fifth alongside Chez Reavie (69), Collin Morikawa (70) and Nick Watney (72), who was two shots off the pace at the start of the round.From distance. @JustinThomas34 is just two back @SafewayOpen.#LiveUnderPar pic.twitter.com/5ddg6Bk39f— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) September 28, 2019Overnight leader Bryson DeChambeau endured a forgettable round as he slid down the leaderboard following a 4-over 76.A five-time winner on the PGA Tour, DeChambeau held a two-stroke lead when he teed off but the American had a double bogey and two bogeys to be six shots adrift.