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19:43

Sport

A continuing quest to defy all odds

DAVIDE MONTAGNER

Just a few days remain of the World Masters Athletics Championships, currently taking place in Malaga at various venues across the city and Torremolinos, where more than 8,000 athletes, aged 35 to 102, have been turning back the clock and defying ... the years. The event, which started last Tuesday, is set to come to a climax on Sunday. That said, we have already witnessed a lot of great moments including when Indian, Man Kaur, 102, became the oldest athlete in the competition, breaking world ... could be the secret behind his good health. However, he admitted on indulging in "a good glass of wine" once in a while. "The joy of competing" This is the second time that Spain has hosted these championships, the biggest for athletes over the age

18:39

Sport

Age is just a number

MARINA RIVAS

35 and 102, have come to the Costa del Sol from far and wide to turn back the clock in search of medals and new world records. Anger as athletes are told they cannot represent Gibraltar These outdoor championships were launched on Monday at ... the second time that Spain has hosted these championships, the biggest for athletes over the age of 35 - whether former athletes (and even Olympians) who want to keep the fire burning, or those who came to sport in later life. In 2005, San Sebastián ... attracted 6,000 athletes, but this time round Malaga has exceeded that number, with 1,793 athletes comprising the Spanish team alone (273 of which are from Malaga province). Group photo of the 101 national delegations at the Tabacalera building.Migue

14:43

Sport

Anger as athletes are told they cannot represent Gibraltar

Debbie Bartlett

Four of the five athletes from Gibraltar who were due to take part in the World Masters Championships in Malaga boycotted it after being told they would have to compete as 'neutral' instead of representing Gibraltar, and would not be permitted to ... "The IAAF supports Gibraltar's right to have its athletes compete under its nation's flag as they are a recognised European Federation. We urge the WMA to stand strong against this political interference".

17:01

LifeStyle

Fats that help to lose weight

INÉS GALLASTEGUI

What do Mick Jagger, Kim Kardashian, Kobe Bryant and Alec Baldwin have in common? At first glance not a lot, it would seem, but if we are to believe the American gossip press then the musician, the celebrity, the athlete and the actor all follow ... useful for athletes. Those who say it is point out that metabolic flexibility is also a blessing for people who do sport: when it comes down to it, why depend on a glycogen reserve of about 2,000 calories (stored half in the liver and half in the muscles)

14:41

Gibraltar

Gibraltar, Barbate and Isle of Man at 33rd National Special Olympics

Debbie Bartlett

Picardo and government ministers. The Gibraltar athletes were competing against others from the Isle of Man and Barbate, and they all paraded into the stadium behind the Special Olympics flag, which was raised prior to the arrival of the Olympic Flame.

13:35

LifeStyle

The people behind the artists at Cirque du Soleil

REGINA SOTORRÍO

...the athletes use to exercise on the barre. These are five of the 46 artists from this Cirque du Soleil production, and each has a story to tell. Alejandro Romero Director musical An Andalusian managing the sound for 'Totem' Alejandro was born

13:29

Sport

Triathletes take over a hot Malaga city

CARLOS J. MARTÍNEZ

Malaga's coastal promenade was teeming with athletes by nine o'clock on Sunday morning as 190 participants prepared to take on the Malaga Triathlon, despite warm weather conditions on the day. The first stop for the athletes was the waters of the ... Misericordia beach. The athletes had to swim 1.9 kilometres before taking on the cycling section, which consisted of 85 kilometres -three laps of a route from the coast to Puerto de la Torre. The final section of the race took the form of a 21-kilometre run. ... dished out to Wymmersch for his illegal crossover from bicycle to foot. The fastest female athlete was Patricia Bueno, from Malaga, who recorded a time of four hours and 41 minutes. She has now won the competition for two consecutive years. The three

18:36

Sport

Triathletes take over sweltering Malaga

carlos J. martínez

Malaga’s coastal promenade was teeming with athletes by nine o’clock on Sunday morning as 190 participants prepared to take on the Malaga Triathlon, despite very warm weather conditions on the day. The first stop for the athletes was the waters of ... the Misericordia beach. The athletes had to swim 1.9 kilometres before taking on the cycling section, which consisted of 85 kilometres -three laps of a route from the coast to Puerto de la Torre. The final section of the race took the form of a ... time penalty dished out to Wymmersch for his illegal crossover from bicycle to foot. The fastest female athlete was Patricia Bueno, from Malaga, who recorded a time of four hours and 41 minutes. She has now won the competition for two consecutive

13:24

Sport

A coach with an Olympic pedigree

Mari Carmen Barea (Malaga, 1966) is one of the athletes from Malaga who has received the highest number of awards in history. She and Theresa Zabell are the only 'Malagueñas' who can say that they have won an Olympic gold medal. Against all ... Spain. She has received several medals and awards, but never from Malaga council. She wasn't even included in the list of award-winning local athletes which has been installed on the Paseo del Deporte, beside the Ciudad de Malaga stadium. Maybe now is the

12:06

LifeStyle

Warm welcome for barefoot runner

Jennie Rhodes

British athlete, Julia Chi Taylor has achieved her goal. She arrived in Almuñécar last Saturday, on her 59th birthday, after running 1,000 kilometres barefoot across Spain. Julia started her epic journey in the town of Suances in Cantabria on 23