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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

18:41

LifeStyle

24 August 2003: Fernando Alonso becomes the youngest ever driver to win a Grand Prix

davide montagner

Championship. Formula One fans will remember that 24 August 2003, when the 22-year-old Alonso completed the 70-lap race, starting from pole position, comfortably ahead of the rest, marking a milestone in the history of this sport. Earlier that year Alonso ... had already become the youngest driver to start in pole position, when he was still only 21. Now he had beaten the Grand Prix winner youth record, previously set by Bruce McLaren. For several years, he held on to the record, until it was taken by

16:50

Sport

Borja Vivas reclaims Spanish indoor shot put title

marina rivas

...highest score. His closest rival on the day, Carlos Tobalina, could only score 19.32. Also on the podium was 20-year-old Isidro Leyva from Nerja who got bronze in pole vault.

20:22

Sport

Wilfred’s heroics salvages vital draw in top-of-the-table clash

adg

Marbella goalkeeper Wilfred ensured that the group leaders didn't surrender pole position in their Segunda B group, saving a penalty to secure a 0-0 draw against title rivals Cartagena on Sunday. In a dramatic tie at Estadio Cartagonova, the

11:19

Local

Father Christmas takes to his paraglider over Periana

...spectacular views as they followed his journey. He is said to have been practising the sport, which is popular in the Axarquía, back at home in the North Pole and sometimes uses it as an alternative to his sleigh.

11:26

LifeStyle

Going, going, gone

KEN CAMPBELL

The North Star or Pole Star just happens to lie almost directly over the North Pole of the Earth, so as the Earth spins on its axis, this star appears to stay still while all the other stars revolve around it like the hands of a giant celestial ... clock. The Pole Star stays at the centre and all the other stars turn anti-clockwise. Stars that are further out from the Pole Star have to travel further around the circuit, while stars that are closer to the Pole Star carve smaller paths as they ... circle the sky. There are a few stars and constellations that are so close to the Pole Star that they are constantly visible in the northern sky and never set below the horizon; these are known as Circumpolar stars or Circumpolar constellations. The

17:59

Travel

Destination 2020

Andrew Forbes

...yourself. JANUARY Antarctica No doubt you're thinking, "Antarctica; really?!" Admittedly it's ambitious to make a journey to the planet's southernmost continent. Also, if you really are up for such an adventure to the icy south pole then the truth is

14:37

Sport

Antequera hosts most successful indoor championships of the last decade

MARINA RIVAS

Ruiz (weightlifting), Marc Sánchez and Cristina Ferrando (high jump), Eusebio Cáceres and Leticia Gil (long jump), Pablo Torrijos and Patricia Sarrapio (triple jump), Maialen Axpe and Adrián Vallés (pole vault), and María Vicente and Jonay Jordán ... (combined). European qualifying standards: Úrsula Ruiz (weightlifting), Maialen Axpe (pole vault), Eusebio Cáceres (long jump), Cristina Espejo (3,000m), Carlos Tobalina (shot put) and Salma Paralluelo (400m, under-23). The first joy came early on the ... Saturday morning when Olympian Eusebio Cáceres reached the standard for Glasgow with a 7.99 in the long jump. He was quickly followed by Maialen Axpe in pole vault with a 4.50 (the second highest in Spain); Carlos Tobalina 20.39 in shot put (also contensted

12:25

Opinion

Island games

PETER EDGERTON

...a mistake and the sender had confused us with a local pole dancing club. Upon receipt of the second enquiry, however, I realised that this must actually be a thing and some people who'd come to Malaga on holiday had decided that rather than enjoy a