Dupont easily beats Bok in footrace despite starting 10m behind
By Rugby Onslaught

Dupont easily beats Bok in footrace despite starting 10m behind

French king Antoine Dupont easily beats Springbok 10 Robert du Preez in a footrace despite starting 10 metres behind him.

The remarkable incident took place in the Toulouse versus Sale Sharks side in the Stade Ernest Wallon or whatever it’s called.

Sale probably had too many Springboks, which weakened the morale of the team, as the Boks have lost a lot of games this year.

This was highlighted when Dupont easily beat Springbok Robert du Preez to the ball when chasing a kick from a move that started 90 metres away near their own try line.

Andrea Piardi of Italy oversaw the Sale Sharks’ trip to Stade Toulousain with Alex Sanderson’s side looking for a second consecutive win, a challenge that ultimately eluded him. Sale ran in 39 points without reply at home to Ulster last weekend, but Toulouse were too good.

Dupont is considered one of the best scrum-halves in the world and has won numerous accolades for his performances on the pitch.

Dupont was born in Toulouse, France in 1997 and began his professional career with Toulouse in 2016. He quickly established himself as a key player for the team.

Dupont is known for his quick thinking and technical skills on the pitch, as well as his ability to create scoring opportunities for his teammates. He has a reputation for being one of the most exciting players to watch in the sport, and has won several awards for his performances, including the prestigious award for the Top 14’s Best Player in 2018.

Off the pitch, Dupont is known for his humble and hardworking nature, and is highly respected by his teammates and coaches. He is considered a leader on and off the field, and is seen as a role model for young players. Despite his success at such a young age, Dupont remains focused on improving his game and helping his team succeed.