November 2011 in sports


November 2011 in sports
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Deaths in November

Deaths in November 2011:

Current sporting seasons

American football 2011

  • National Football League
  • NCAA Division I FBS
  • NCAA Division I FCS

Auto racing 2011

  • Formula One
  • Sprint Cup
  • Nationwide Series
  • Camping World Truck Series
  • World Rally Championship
  • WTCC
  • V8 Supercar
  • GP2 Series
  • FIA GT1 World Championship
  • Super GT

Baseball 2011

  • Nippon Professional Baseball

Basketball 2011

  • NCAA Division I men
  • NCAA Division I women
  • Euroleague
  • EuroLeague Women
  • Eurocup
  • EuroChallenge
  • Australia
  • France
  • Germany
  • Greece
  • Israel
  • Italy
  • Philippines
    • Philippine Cup
  • Russia
  • Spain
  • Turkey

Canadian football 2011

  • Canadian Football League
  • CIS football

Cricket 2011

  • Australia:
    • Sheffield Shield
    • Ryobi One-Day Cup

Football (soccer) 2011

National teams competitions
  • 2014 FIFA World Cup qualification
  • UEFA Euro 2012 qualifying
  • UEFA Women's Euro 2013 qualifying
International clubs competitions
Domestic (national) competitions
  • Argentina
  • Australia
  • Brazil
  • England
  • France
  • Germany
  • Iran
  • Italy
  • Japan
  • Norway
  • Portugal
  • Russia
  • Scotland
  • Spain
  • Major League Soccer (USA & Canada)
    • MLS Cup Playoffs

Golf 2011

Ice hockey 2011

  • National Hockey League
  • Kontinental Hockey League
  • Czech Extraliga
  • Elitserien
  • Canadian Hockey League:
    • OHL, QMJHL, WHL
  • NCAA Division I men
  • NCAA Division I women

Motorcycle racing 2011

Rugby league 2011

  • Four Nations
  • Autumn International Series

Rugby union 2011

  • Heineken Cup
  • Amlin Challenge Cup
  • Aviva Premiership
  • RaboDirect Pro12
  • Top 14
    • Sevens World Series

Tennis 2011

  • ATP World Tour
  • WTA Tour

Volleyball 2011

International clubs competitions

Winter sports

  • Alpine Skiing World Cup
  • Biathlon World Cup
  • Cross-Country Skiing World Cup
  • ISU Grand Prix
  • ISU Junior Grand Prix
  • Luge World Cup
  • Nordic Combined World Cup
  • Short Track Speed Skating World Cup
  • Ski Jumping World Cup
  • Snowboard World Cup
  • Speed Skating World Cup

See also: 2011 in sports, Portal:Sports and games

Days of the month

November 15, 2011 (Tuesday)

Baseball

Chess

Cricket

Football (soccer)

November 14, 2011 (Monday)

Baseball

Chess

Cricket

Football (soccer)

Golf

November 13, 2011 (Sunday)

Auto racing

Baseball

Figure skating

Football (soccer)

  • Kazakhstan Kazakhstan Cup Final in Almaty: Tobol 0–1 Ordabasy
    • Ordabasy win the Cup for the first time.

Golf

Rugby league

Rugby union

Snooker

Tennis

Volleyball

Weightlifting

  • World Championships in Paris, France:
    • Men's +105 kg:
      • Snatch: 1 Behdad Salimi (IRN) 214 kg (WR) 2 Ihor Shymechko (UKR) 200 kg 3 Sajjad Anoushiravani (IRN) 198 kg
      • Clean & Jerk: 1 Salimi 250 kg 2 Anoushiravani 241 kg 3 Jeon Sang-Guen (KOR) 241 kg
      • Total: 1 Salimi 464 kg 2 Anoushiravani 439 kg 3 Jeon 433 kg
    • Women's +75 kg:
      • Snatch: 1 Tatiana Kashirina (RUS) 147 kg (WR) 2 Zhou Lulu (CHN) 146 kg 3 Olha Korobka (UKR) 127 kg
      • Clean & Jerk: 1 Zhou 182 kg 2 Kashirina 175 kg 3 Korobka 157 kg
      • Total: 1 Zhou 328 kg (WR) 2 Kashirina 322 kg 3 Korobka 284 kg

November 12, 2011 (Saturday)

Auto racing

Baseball

Figure skating

Football (soccer)

Mixed martial arts

Rugby league

Rugby union

Volleyball

Weightlifting

  • World Championships in Paris, France:
    • Men's 94 kg:
      • Snatch: 1 Aleksandr Ivanov (RUS) 186 kg 2 Artem Ivanov (UKR) 186 kg 3 Kim Min-Jae (KOR) 182 kg
      • Clean & Jerk: 1 Ilya Ilin (KAZ) 226 kg 2 Ruslan Nurudinov (UZB) 221 kg 3 Saeid Mohammadpour (IRN) 221 kg
      • Total: 1 Ilin 407 kg 2 Artem Ivanov 407 kg 3 Mohammadpour 402 kg
    • Men's 105 kg:
      • Snatch: 1 Khadzhimurat Akkayev (RUS) 198 kg 2 Dmitry Klokov (RUS) 196 kg 3 Gia Machavariani (GEO) 187 kg
      • Clean & Jerk: 1 Akkayev 232 kg 2 Klokov 232 kg 3 Oleksiy Torokhtiy (UKR) 229 kg
      • Total: 1 Akkayev 430 kg 2 Klokov 428 kg 3 Torokhtiy 410 kg

November 11, 2011 (Friday)

Cricket

Football (soccer)

Rugby union

Volleyball

Weightlifting

  • World Championships in Paris, France:
    • Men's 85 kg:
      • Snatch: 1 Andrei Rybakou (BLR) 178 kg 2 Adrian Zieliński (POL) 174 kg 3 Kianoush Rostami (IRN) 173 kg
      • Clean & Jerk: 1 Rostami 209 kg 2 Benjamin Hennequin (FRA) 208 kg 3 Yoelmis Hernández (CUB) 205 kg
      • Total: 1 Rostami 382 kg 2 Hennequin 378 kg 3 Zieliński 376 kg

November 10, 2011 (Thursday)

Basketball

Cricket

  • Australia in South Africa:
    • 1st Test in Cape Town, day 2:  Australia 284 (75 overs; Michael Clarke 151) & 47 (18 overs; Vernon Philander 5/15);  South Africa 96 (24.3 overs; Shane Watson 5/17) & 81/1 (17 overs). South Africa require another 155 runs with 9 wickets remaining.
      • Australia record their lowest complete innings total since 1902.
      • 23 wickets fall during the day, the most in a day since 1902.

Football (soccer)

  • Friendly international (top 10 in FIFA World Rankings): Gabon  0–2 (5)  Brazil
  • UEFA Women's Champions League Round of 16 second leg (first leg scores in parentheses):
    • LdB Malmö Sweden 1–0 (3–1) Austria SV Neulengbach. LdB Malmö win 4–1 on aggregate.
    • Göteborg FC Sweden 3–2 (1–0) Denmark Fortuna Hjørring. Göteborg FC win 4–2 on aggregate.
    • Glasgow City Scotland 0–7 (0–10) Germany Turbine Potsdam. Turbine Potsdam win 17–0 on aggregate.
  • Copa Sudamericana Quarterfinals second leg (first leg score in parentheses): Vélez Sársfield Argentina 3–2 (1–1) Colombia Santa Fe. Vélez Sársfield win 4–1 on points.

Rugby union

Weightlifting

  • World Championships in Paris, France:
    • Men's 77 kg:
      • Snatch: 1 Lu Xiaojun (CHN) 170 kg 2 Su Dajin (CHN) 166 kg 3 Tigran Gevorg Martirosyan (ARM) 166 kg
      • Clean & Jerk: 1 Su 206 kg 2 Lu 205 kg 3 Sa Jae-Hyouk (KOR) 203 kg
      • Total: 1 Lu 375 kg 2 Su 372 kg 3 Sa 360 kg
        • Lu wins the title for the second time.
    • Women's 75 kg:
      • Snatch: 1 Svetlana Podobedova (KAZ) 131 kg 2 Nadezhda Yevstyukhina (RUS) 130 kg 3 Iryna Kulesha (BLR) 121 kg
      • Clean & Jerk: 1 Yevstyukhina 163 kg (WR) 2 Podobedova 156 kg 3 Kim Un-Ju (PRK) 151 kg
      • Total: 1 Yevstyukhina 293 kg 2 Podobedova 287 kg 3 Kim 265 kg

November 9, 2011 (Wednesday)

Basketball

College football

  • The Penn State Board of Trustees fires head coach Joe Paterno after 46 years in charge, over his alleged knowledge of the Jerry Sandusky child sexual abuse scandal.[1]

Cricket

Football (soccer)

  • UEFA Women's Champions League Round of 16 second leg (first leg scores in parentheses):
    • Arsenal England 5–1 (1–1) Spain Rayo Vallecano. Arsenal win 6–2 on aggregate.
    • WFC Rossiyanka Russia 3–3 (4–0) Russia FC Energy Voronezh. Rossiyanka win 7–3 on aggregate.
    • Olympique Lyon France 6–0 (6–0) Czech Republic Sparta Praha. Lyon win 12–0 on aggregate.
    • Torres Italy 1–3 (1–2) Denmark Brøndby IF. Brøndby IF win 5–2 on aggregate.
    • Paris Saint-Germain France 2–1 (0–3) Germany 1. FFC Frankfurt. 1. FFC Frankfurt win 4–2 on aggregate.
  • Copa Sudamericana Quarterfinals second leg (first leg score in parentheses): Vasco da Gama Brazil 5–2 (0–2) Peru Universitario. 3–3 on points; Vasco da Gama win 5–4 on aggregate.

Volleyball

Weightlifting

  • World Championships in Paris, France:
    • Women's 69 kg:
      • Snatch: 1 Oksana Slivenko (RUS) 118 kg 2 Xiang Yanmei (CHN) 116 kg 3 Huang Shih-hsu (TPE) 116 kg
      • Clean & Jerk: 1 Slivenko 148 kg 2 Xiang 148 kg 3 Tatiana Matveyeva (RUS) 143 kg
      • Total: 1 Slivenko 266 kg 2 Xiang 264 kg 3 Matveyeva 253 kg
        • Slivenko wins the title for the third time.

November 8, 2011 (Tuesday)

Cricket

  • West Indies in India:

Volleyball

Weightlifting

  • World Championships in Paris, France:
    • Men's 69 kg:
      • Snatch: 1 Mete Binay (TUR) 157 kg 2 Oleg Chen (RUS) 156 kg 3 Tang Deshang (CHN) 155 kg
      • Clean & Jerk: 1 Tang 186 kg 2 Wu Chao (CHN) 185 kg 3 Won Jeong-Sik (KOR) 182 kg
      • Total: 1 Tang 341 kg 2 Chen 336 kg 3 Wu 335 kg
    • Women's 63 kg:
      • Snatch: 1 Svetlana Tsarukayeva (RUS) 117 kg (WR) 2 Ouyang Xiaofang (CHN) 113 kg 3 Maiya Maneza (KAZ) 109 kg
      • Clean & Jerk: 1 Maneza 139 kg 2 Tsarukayeva 138 kg 3 Roxana Cocoş (ROM) 136 kg
      • Total: 1 Tsarukayeva 255 kg 2 Maneza 248 kg 3 Ouyang 246 kg

November 7, 2011 (Monday)

Cricket

  • Pakistan vs Sri Lanka in UAE:
    • 3rd Test in Sharjah, day 5:  Sri Lanka 413 & 181/6d (58 overs);  Pakistan 340 & 87/4 (57 overs). Match drawn; Pakistan win the 3-match series 1–0.
  • West Indies in India:

Surfing

Weightlifting

  • World Championships in Paris, France:
    • Women's 58 kg:
      • Snatch: 1 Li Xueying (CHN) 103 kg 2 Nastassia Novikava (BLR) 101 kg 3 Romela Begaj (ALB) 100 kg
      • Clean & Jerk: 1 Novikava 136 kg 2 Li 133 kg 3 Pimsiri Sirikaew (THA) 131 kg
      • Total: 1 Novikava 237 kg 2 Li 236 kg 3 Sirikaew 230 kg

November 6, 2011 (Sunday)

Athletics

Auto racing

Badminton

  • World Junior Championships in Taipei, Chinese Taipei:
    • Boys singles: Zulfadli Zulkiffli (MAS) def. Viktor Axelsen (DEN) 21–18, 9–21, 21–19
    • Girls singles: Ratchanok Inthanon (THA) def. Elyzabeth Purwaningtyas (INA) 21–6, 18–21, 21–13
    • Boys doubles: Nelson Heg Wei Keat/Teo Ee Yi (MAS) def. Huang Po Jui/Lin Chia Yu (TPE) 21–17, 21–17
    • Girls doubles: Lee So Hee/Shin Seung Chan (KOR) def. Shella Devi Aulia/Anggia Shitta Awanda (INA) 21–16, 13–21, 21–9
    • Mixed doubles: Alfian Eko Prasetya/Gloria Widjaja (INA) def. Ronald Alexander/Tiara Rosalia Nuraidah (INA) 12–21, 21–17, 25–23

Baseball

  • Nippon Professional Baseball Climax Series:

Cricket

Cue sports

Football (soccer)

Golf

Motorcycle racing

Tennis

Volleyball

Weightlifting

  • World Championships in Paris, France:
    • Men's 62 kg:
      • Snatch: 1 Kim Un-Guk (PRK) 150 kg 2 Zhang Jie (CHN) 145 kg 3 Bünyamin Sezer (TUR) 141 kg
      • Clean & Jerk: 1 Zhang 176 kg 2 Eko Yuli Irawan (INA) 171 kg 3 Kim 170 kg
      • Total: 1 Zhang 321 kg 2 Kim 320 kg 3 Irawan 310 kg
    • Women's 53 kg:
      • Snatch: 1 Zulfiya Chinshanlo (KAZ) 97 kg 2 Yudelquis Contreras (DOM) 95 kg 3 Hsu Shu-Ching (TPE) 93 kg
      • Clean & Jerk: 1 Chinshanlo 130 kg (WR) 2 Aylin Daşdelen (TUR) 126 kg 3 Ji Jing (CHN) 121 kg
      • Total: 1 Chinshanlo 227 kg 2 Daşdelen 219 kg 3 Ji 214 kg
        • Chinshanlo wins the title for the second time.

November 5, 2011 (Saturday)

Auto racing

Baseball

Cricket

Cue sports

Equestrianism

Figure skating

Football (soccer)

  • AFC Champions League Final in Jeonju, South Korea: Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors South Korea 2–2 (2–4 pen.) Qatar Al-Sadd
    • Al-Sadd win the title for the second time, and qualify for the FIFA Club World Cup.
  • Sweden Svenska Cupen Final in Helsingborg: Helsingborgs IF 3–1 Kalmar FF
    • Helsingborgs win the Cup for the fifth time.
  • Latvia Higher League, matchday 32 (team in bold qualify for Champions League, teams in italics qualify for Europa League):
    • Gulbene 0–1 Liepājas
    • Ventspils 0–0 Skonto
      • Final standings: Ventspils 71 points, Liepājas 70, Daugava 63.
        • Ventspils win the title for the fourth time.

Horse racing

Korfball

Mixed martial arts

Rugby league

Tennis

Volleyball

Weightlifting

  • World Championships in Paris, France:
    • Men's 56 kg:
      • Snatch: 1 Wu Jingbiao (CHN) 133 kg 2 Zhao Chaojun (CHN) 128 kg 3 Khalil El-Maaoui (TUN) 127 kg
      • Clean & Jerk: 1 Wu 159 kg 2 Zhao 156 kg 3 Valentin Hristov (AZE) 154 kg
      • Total: 1 Wu 292 kg 2 Zhao 284 kg 3 Hristov 276 kg
        • Wu wins the title for the second time.
    • Women's 48 kg:
      • Snatch: 1 Tian Yuan (CHN) 90 kg 2 Genny Pagliaro (ITA) 83 kg 3 Marzena Karpińska (POL) 82 kg
      • Clean & Jerk: 1 Tian 117 kg 2 Panida Khamsri (THA) 107 kg 3 Nurdan Karagöz (TUR) 103 kg
      • Total: 1 Tian (CHN) 207 kg 2 Khamsri 187 kg 3 Karagöz 183 kg

November 4, 2011 (Friday)

Baseball

Basketball

Cricket

Horse racing

Volleyball

November 3, 2011 (Thursday)

Baseball

Basketball

Cricket

Football (soccer)

Snowboarding

  • World Cup in Saas-Fee, Switzerland:
    • Men's Halfpipe: 1 Yuri Podladchikov (SUI) 95.3 points 2 Ryō Aono (JPN) 91.3 3 Janne Korpi (FIN) 87.0
      • Halfpipe standings (after 2 of 5 events): (1) Korpi 1600 points (2) Aono 1040 (3) Podladchikov 1000
      • Freestyle overall standings: (1) Korpi 2600 points (2) Dimi de Jong (NED) 1220 (3) Aono 1040
    • Women's Halfpipe: 1 Queralt Castellet (ESP) 87.0 points 2 Sophie Rodriguez (FRA) 75.3 3 Ursina Haller (SUI) 75.0
      • Halfpipe standings (after 2 of 5 events) & Freestyle overall standings: (1) Haller 1200 points (2) Castellet 1180 (3) Cai Xuetong (CHN) 1000

November 2, 2011 (Wednesday)

Baseball

Basketball

Cricket

Football (soccer)

November 1, 2011 (Tuesday)

Cricket

Football (soccer)

  • UEFA Champions League group stage Matchday 4 (teams in bold qualify for Round of 16):
  • Copa Sudamericana Quarterfinals first leg: Santa Fe Colombia 1–1 Argentina Vélez Sársfield
  • Estonia Meistriliiga, matchday 35 (team in bold qualify for Champions League, teams in italics qualify for Europa League): Flora 4–0 Viljandi
    • Standings: Flora 83 points, Kalju 79, Trans 73.
      • Flora win the title for the ninth time.

Horse racing

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