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21:02

Sport

A shy start for Spain in the Games

SUR IN ENGLISH

Malaga: the women's handball team show their worth; Davidovich eliminated in tennis First medal in taekwondo Seventeen-year-old taekwondo athlete Adriana Cerezo Iglesias, the youngest member of the Spanish Olympic team in Tokyo, won the silver medal in ... the category of up to 49 kilos at the weekend, giving Spain its first medal. Adriana Cerezo.EFE Appearing confident against an acclaimed opponent, the Madrid athlete finished just one point off claiming gold, which went to the current world ... number one and bronze winner in Rio 2016, Panipak Wongpattanakit of Thailand. Cerezo reached the final after defeating a legend, the Chinese athlete Jingyu Wu. Second in mountain bike Spain achieved its second Olympic medal at the Tokyo Games on

12:44

Sport

The first Andalusian woman in the Summer Olympics

ALEKK M . SAANDERS

María del Rosario 'Mary' Shaw Martos was born in Cordoba, where her parents settled to work. Cordoba boasts another female athlete, Ernestina Maenza, who participated in the Winter Olympics in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, in 1936, thereby being the first ... Spanish Championship. This achievement surprised everybody, even herself. She proved that age is just a number and that even in her 40s she was able to triumph over younger athletes thanks to her indomitable spirit. At 55 María Shaw founded the Spanish ... her sporting career. In 2014, the Andalusian Olympic Foundation arranged a tribute in honour of María, as the first female Andalusian athlete to participate in the Summer Olympic Games.

11:20

LifeStyle

Do you want to stay young and fit forever?

CARMEN BARREIRO

...of walking without dragging your feet," says this athlete and author, whose book 'Mantente siempre joven y en forma' is about staying young and fit. Here, she gives us ten pieces of advice which have helped her to "make a pact with the devil". The ... this. "Sleeping, resting and recovering are three fundamental aspects for pacting with the devil," she says. Trainers of elite athletes consider rest to be part of what they call invisible training, together with sleep, nutrition, physiotherapy sessions

14:38

Sport

Malaga athlete crowned champion of Spain in 100 kilometres

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Janine Lima, from the Málaga Athletics Club, has been proclaimed champion of Spain in 100 kilometres at the national event held in Santander. Lima prevailed with a time of 8 hours 54 minutes and 15 seconds.

12:51

Sport

Team Spain chalk up third medal after Chourraut claims silver in kayak

SUR

Seventeen-year-old taekwondo athlete Adriana Cerezo Iglesias, the youngest member of the Spanish Olympic team in Tokyo, won the silver medal in the category of up to 49 kilos at the weekend, Spain's first medal in the Games. Appearing confident against an acclaimed ... opponent, the Madrid athlete finished just one point behind the gold medal, which went to the current world number one and bronze winner in Rio 2016, Thai Panipak Wongpattanakit. Cerezo reached the final after defeating a legend, the Chinese athlete Jingyu

11:50

Sport

The first Malaga competitors arrive in Tokyo's Olympic village

MARINA RIVAS

...is a strange environment for the competitors, very unlike that of previous Games. After endless bureaucratic procedures, several Covid tests and a flight of more than fifteen hours (from Madrid), on arrival the top athletes spent several more long ... including accommodation, gyms, dining rooms, shops and a medical clinic. As well as finding themselves being shuttled around in driverless buses, the athletes will find one of the traditions of the Olympic village missing – the presence of the fast-food

13:30

Sport

23 July 1980: Spain wins first Olympic medal for swimming

Debbie Bartlett

...of competing inthe Olympic Games. The country first took part in 1900, and Spanish athletes have competed in most Summer Olympics since 1920, although it withdrew from the competition in Nazi Germany in 1936 because of the Spanish Civil War, and it ... also boycotted the 1956 Games in Melbourne because of the Soviet Union's invasion of Hungary. Spain has, however, participated in every Winter Games since 1936. Altogether, Spanish athletes have won 151 medals in 28 sports since the Summer Olympic

12:04

Education

Sotogrande International School launches sports scholarship programme

SUR in English

Sotogrande International School has launched a scholarship programme for basketball and swimming athletes. Successful candidates will join the school's Elite Sports Programme designed to help them balance their high academic and sporting demands.

14:39

Sport

Local athlete Isidro Leyva continues to set new records

marina rivas

Local pole vaulter Isidro Leyva has continued his excellent run of form and has set a new record. The 21-year-old, who represents Trops Cueva de Nerja, set a new Andalusian record at the Mondeville Meeting (France) on Sunday. There he impressed b

14:36

Sport

Two Malaga players join Spain's Olympic handball team

Marina Rivas

...complete the group of athletes from Malaga province with a ticket to the Olympics. The other locals to qualify are Damián Quintero (karate), Alejandro Davidovich (tennis), Paula Ruiz (open-water swimming) and Azahara Muñoz (golf).

14:11

Sport

Isidro Leyva goes top of the national rankings in pole vault

marina rivas

Local athlete Isidro Leyva (Trops-Cueva de Nerja) went to the top of the national pole vault rankings at the weekend after his participation in the Gran Premio de Valencia championships - one of the biggest dates in the winter calendar. He made

17:58

Sport

Azahara Muñoz to represent Spain in golf at the Olympics

Alejandro Davidovich (tennis) and Paula Ruiz (open water swimming), Muñoz has become the fourth athlete from Malaga to qualify for the Olympics in Tokyo. Marta Lopéz (handball) and Bahim (football) have all but secured spots as well, though they are still ... waiting for it to be made official. Apart from Marta Lopéz (three appearances), no athlete from Malaga has competed in more Games than Muñoz (two appearances). In Río 2016, she played well and was the best female Spanish golfer, finishing in 21st place.

14:50

Sport

Nerja athlete becomes surprise Spanish pole vault champion

MARINA RIVAS

The Spanish Athletics Championships threw up two surprises for Nerja-based athletes Isidro Leyva and Ouassim Oumaiz. In the case of the former, it was a nice surprise as the pole vaulter claimed gold for the first time at senior level. What's ... the tournament on the back of setting the best time of any Spanish athlete so far this year in the 5,000 metres, a silver came as a slight disappointment, with a time of 13:48.08 (his personal best is 13:13.14) leaving him just behind Abdessamad

20:36

Sport

Local athletes take a new road to the Olympics

MARINA RIVAS / BORJA GUTIÉRREZ

...the IOC president and the prime minister of Japan have concluded that the Games of the XXXII Olympiad in Tokyo must be rescheduled to a date beyond 2020 but not later than summer 2021, to safeguard the health of the athletes, everybody involved in the ... Olympic Games and the international community." Of all the athletes affected, Damián Quintero, world number one in kata, is one of Malaga's most confident of a place in the next Games, although the Tokyo event will be his only chance to win an Olympic ... call to show the body's support for the athletes at this difficult time - both logistically and emotionally. Blanco told them to be patient and to try to maintain their levels as best they can given the circumstances. "The EOC is on the athletes' side

18:50

Sport

Athletes out in their numbers in Torremolinos

Tony Bryant

El Cross de Torremolinos, a popular six-kilometre street race, attracted more than 800 athletes from all over Andalucía last weekend. Held in the El Pinar district of the town, the race, which celebrated its 36th edition, was won by Dani García

12:41

Sport

Crowds to return to Spain's stadiums next season

M. SÁIZ-PARDO / Ó. BELLOT

...efforts undertaken - which in some cases led to significant salary reductions for athletes and coaches as well as Erte furloughing schemes when, in the darker months of the pandemic, competition was halted - most have had notable difficulties. The

16:09

Sport

'An elite athlete can regain their rhythm within two weeks'

BORJA GUTIÉRREZ

The coffee table has been in the corner of the room for weeks now, the exercise bike has taken the place of the armchair and towels have taken over the laundry. Although some have enjoyed setting up a home gym, most elite athletes have had to make ... compromises. With the help of contacts or their clubs, some have managed to get hold of machinery to continue their work and, above all, not see their pre-lockdown efforts be undone. So what effect is lockdown having on elite athletes? Enrique Salinas, ... players decide based on how they're feeling," says Salinas, who argues that you have to be even stricter with the food. "I think the biggest oversight will be the food. An elite athlete usually has over 4,500 calories of energy expenditure per day. But