Norway’s women’s beach handball team wore long elastic shorts when competing against Spain during the Euro 2021 tournament. As a result, they were fined $1700 for breaking the sport’s dress code. International Handball Federation codes mandate that women wear tops with a bare midriff, and revealing bikini bottoms that are “cut on an upward angle toward the top of the leg.”
On Sunday, Italy’s win over England at the 2021 UEFA European championship. The game was very close and was ultimately determined by penalty kicks. Three Black players, Marcus Rashford, Bukayo Saka, and Jadon Sancho, missed their penalty kicks and, as many predicted, were subjected to racial abuse.
With the UEFA European Football Championship in full swing, Italy is looking dominant as ever! The Italian National Football Team has remained undefeated in the tournament thus far, winning their first three matches and standing firmly on top of Group A, which also consists of Wales, Switzerland, and Turkey.
Denmark’s first game in Euro 2020 was against Finland in a match that was overshadowed by a tragedy. Danish midfielder, Christian Eriksen, collapsed in the first half of the game and went under cardiac arrest on the field. Danish captain, Simon Kjaer, identified the issue immediately and prevented Eriksen from swallowing his tongue and administered CPR while the medics came.