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12:02

Gibraltar

A look back at the Gibraltar news in 2018

Debbie Bartlett

...of its students. The new schools will have separate toilets for males and females, a gender-neutral one and accessible facilities for people with disabilities. December Rowing Marine sets off Disabled former Marine Lee Spencer left Gibraltar to ... break a new world record by rowing 3,500 miles to South America for charity.

10:39

Gibraltar

The 'Rowing Marine' sets off on an epic journey from Gibraltar

Debbie Bartlett

Stormy days lay ahead but Lee Spencer, the 'Rowing Marine', was all smiles before setting off from Ocean Village on Tuesday for an epic journey, rowing solo and unsupported to Venezuela. Lee, a former marine who lost a leg in an accident, is

12:35

Gibraltar

Lee Spencer, 'The Rowing Marine', sets off on an epic challenge

Debbie Bartlett

Lee Spencer, known as 'The Rowing Marine', is back in Gibraltar to prepare for his latest challenge. On Wednesday 12 December this former Royal Marine plans to set off from the Rock and row 3,800 nautical miles, solo and unsupported, to South

12:05

Gibraltar

'The Rowing Marine' has to postpone trip

Debbie Bartlett

Lee Spencer, known as The Rowing Marine, has had to postpone his attempt to become the world's first physically disabled person to row solo from Europe to South America because unfortunately his mother has been taken seriously ill and he has

14:21

LifeStyle

Try something new, make a splash

SUR IN ENGLISH

...just offering traditional sports like rowing and sailing but many other disciplines like stand-up paddle, kayaking, surfing, windsurfing, water-skiing and many more. As in Benalmádena, the courses are given either in Spanish or English. Fly boarding

19:25

Sport

The jábegas, stars of an increasingly popular local sport

CARLOS J. MARTÍNEZ

...another day in the Provincial Jábegas League, part of which had to be postponed the previous day for safety reasons because of the swell of the sea. The jábega, a traditional rowing boat from Malaga, is the star of a very local sport. The tradition of ... regattas with different sections. The league is divided into seniors, veterans, women and youth sections, and is organised by the Association of Traditional Rowing in collaboration with the Malaga provincial government. Nautical tradition The ... away from tradition. However, the hundreds of people from Malaga who take part in the competitions, which are held between May and September, dedicate a great deal of time to this sport. La Araña Rowing Club is one example of the growth this sport

11:30

Local

Early arrival of the Three Kings benefits local children

sur in english

...spectators. The event was organised by the social welfare department of Torremolinos town hall and the local rowing association. Hot chocolate and doughnuts were offered in exchange for donations of toys, which are to be distributed among children in danger

15:13

Sport

Natalia de Miguel's Olympic dream

MARINA RIVAS

Spanish rowing team to come from Malaga, but she is also the only woman with a scholarship to the High Performance Centre at La Cartuja, in Seville. This is one of only two specialist centres in rowing and canoeing in Spain; the other is in Banyoles, in ... loses some income, because she also teaches rowing to children at the club. "They are cutting back on sport these days. I have to work because I'm 22 and can't be dependent on my parents. This year, at least, I live at the centre and my meals are

16:34

Local

Malaga's jábegas have arrived in Venice

BORJA GUTIÉRREZ

...for over ten hours. "Rowing in Venice in a jábega is a spectacular feeling. I've never felt anything like it," said Agustín Montañez, president of the El Palo club. Silvia Campos, club secretary, shared his enthusiasm: "We've wanted to participate in a ... between 15 and 20 women who were raising money for breast cancer charities sank. We had to help them, and that slowed us down a lot," he said. Leopolda Tapia from the Pedregalejo team said: "Everyone asked us where we were from. A man rowing a gondola

19:48

LifeStyle

Adiós to the woman behind the Superman suit

DANIEL ROLDÁN

(Nicholas and Alexandra) and four Goyas (Rowing with the Wind, Cradle Song, Carmen, and The Bridge of San Luis Rey). Blake often recalled how she made Christopher Reeve sweat with her superhero costume. The six-foot American actor suffered with every move,