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Monaco’s athletes have enjoyed considerable success at the Games of the Small States of Europe, which started on Monday, May 29, in San Marino.
On Tuesday, in swimming, Tiffany Pou won a gold the 200-metre butterfly event. It was only her second participation in the Games, which take place every two years. She said that she had been aiming for third place, “but during the race, I realised that I could do it”.
Florian Valeri and Gianni Bresciano won silver in Lyon boules, while cyclist Andrej Petrovski won bronze at the end of the sprint.
A total of nine nations take part in the Games of the Small States of Europe, which end on Saturday, June 3, and Monaco is by far the smallest. The other eight are Andorra, Cyprus, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Malta,, Montenegro, and San Marino.
To kick off European Sustainable Development Week, AS Monaco is presenting its new organic vegetable garden intended to help the team boost performance.
Formula 1 CEO Stefano Domenicali dropped a mini-bomb this week when he revealed on CNN that the Monaco GP will now take place over three days instead of four.
There were happy faces all around Wednesday night as AS Monaco, led by Yedderland, got their first home win of the season against Saint-Etienne, beating them roundly three to one.
Monaco Life was there for the exclusive unveiling of the first full size model of the electric RaceBird powerboat that will form the basis of a new E1 championship.