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12:40

Sport

Beating your own record is what counts

CRISTINA PINTO

First, you set yourself a target. Then there is work, work and still more work. There are results. That gives you motivation to continue towards the aim you set yourself at the start. Every athlete follows this process numerous times during their ... important aspects of an athlete's career is work, and plenty of it. Luis had made so much progress last year that a few months ago he joined the Real Club Mediterráneo adapted swimming group, and saw his results improve even more. "All the work we have

23:44

Sport

The firefighter 'Everesting' his way across Malaga province

MARINA RIVAS

...high-performance athlete have been recognised by the Athletics Foundation and Mountaineering Foundation. Like all sportsmen and women, this year had looked promising for Dani but Covid-19 put paid to that. To make up for the lack of competitions and keep himself

17:31

LifeStyle

Novak Djokovic's ten-million-euro mansion in the Marbella mountains

PEDRO LUIS ALONSO

...dates have been changed. The gifted player has added his name to a long list of top class athletes who have a home in Marbella, although some go by almost unnoticed in the different exclusive developments in the area. While most of them come to these

15:59

Sport

'I feel this is my place in the world; I enjoy country life'

OSKAR BELATEGUI

You went to Madrid to train in a high performance centre but soon came back. I realised that I could train just as well or better at the farmhouse. In a high performance centre you are just another number, not a person. For athletes, the feeling ... is that sport is their whole life. Yes. Athletes are very self-centred, they often have to be. But when I was only focused on training, I found my mind didn't work so well. Sport isn't only physical. What if your daughter said she wanted to follow

14:59

LifeStyle

'The sea and cancer both test your strength'

JUDITH ROMERO

...women two weeks to get to Barcelona, captained by one of the country's finest athletes, Ángela Pumariega, who won a gold medal in the Elliott 6-metre class at the 2012 Olympic Games in London. The coronavirus has changed all their plans and although

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

20:47

Sport

'It's hard to learn to be calm: if the body doesn't move, the mind flies around'

ANA PÉREZ-BRYAN

...gazing up at the hospital ceiling after a spinal operation deterred her. There, horizontal, she made her plans and now she is reaping the rewards: journalist, actress, composer, paralympic athlete in fencing (five Olympics, three medals) and coach. Her ... also generating prototypes as an athlete and social entrepreneur. The latter is very complicated because of a paternalism I have to fight against: the people to whom I present the project think that, because I'm in a wheelchair, they are the ones who ... athletes have to focus on the path, not the result. And failure? It is just as intense. Sometimes I have been the best in the world and at other times the worst, and you learn from both things. In fact, if you were to ask me to choose one object from

15:58

Sport

Oumaiz's march towards the Olympics continues as more records tumble

MARINA RIVAS / PEDRO LUIS ALONSO

Another race, another landmark for Ouassim Oumaiz. The 21-year-old from Nerja set both a personal best (slashing off 18 seconds) and a new Spanish under-23 record in the 5,000 metres in the Diamond League meeting in Monaco last Friday with a time of

20:24

Sport

Cycling from Holland to Gibraltar to raise funds for Special Child charity

Debbie Bartlett

...and was welcomed and escorted onto the Rock by local athletes and cyclists including former police officer Ian Howe, who accompanied him on the final stage from Estepona. He was exhausted but jubilant. He had made friends last year with several of ... Jelle's impressive achievement. Special Child is a children's charity which encourages disabled children into sport and that in turn often leads to them joining the ranks of Special Olympics athletes. Andrew Ramage, the media spokesperson for

16:37

Sport

The Z factor

Rob Palmer

...countryman Neymar's book. That can often be a dangerous and ill-advised thing to do. But, on this occasion, it was wise to copy the chapter where Neymar employs his own chef and personal trainer. He's emerged with the body of an Olympic athlete and the

17:05

LifeStyle

29 May 1953: Mount Everest conquered for the first time

Jennie Rhodes

Seville, who reached the summit on 22 May 2000. Exactly 17 years later mountain athlete, Kílian Jornet Burgada from Sabadell, completed the first of two ascents in five days. Jornet is said to have used no ropes, oxygen or sherpas as he climbed the north

21:22

Sport

Which sports am I allowed to do in Phase One?

pedro luis alonso

As Malaga province entered Phase One of the government's lockdown easing plan on Monday, new freedoms came into effect for athletes of all abilities. In addition to the individual sports permitted in Phase Zero (running, cycling, surfing etc), ... Phase One allows sports centres to reopen provided that the activity takes place in the open air and that it doesn't involve physical contact between players. This came as particularly good news for tennis and padel players, golfers and track athletes ... and some have chosen only to open for high-performance athletes (as is the case in Nerja). Various clubs are also choosing to wait another week to avoid the pent-up demand. The Carranque sports complex in Malaga city, run by the Junta de Andalucía,

16:00

Sport

Back on the court and track... 66 day later

MARINA RIVAS / PEDRO LUIS ALONSO

For more than two months (at least 66 days), athletes, tennis players, golfers, and padel players have been unable to take to the field or track due to the pandemic. For many of them, they would have to go back to their childhood or when they had a ... serious injury to remember the last time they spent that much time away. With the province now in Phase One of lockdown easing, the majority of the area's standout athletes permitted to do so made their return to the track or field with the notable ... appointment only and no more than 50 athletes at once). Sprinter and medallist at the Spanish Championships, Javier Troyano, was one of the first through the door. "I was looking forward to coming back. It's good to train on the street, but any athlete will

17:42

LifeStyle

Cudeca Walkahome raises 11,000 for hospice charity

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Pepe Torregrosa and Agustín Sánchez of Jarillo lata, Diez Negritos, Revoluta / Free Soul Band, Tarifa Plana, Dry Martina and Javier Ojeda. Funds were raised through donations from participants as well as a raffle with prizes given by top athletes and

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