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Sport a Mare: A Week of Grassroots Sports in Marina di Grosseto and Principina a Mare

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MARINA DI GROSSETO – The “Sport a mare” week began yesterday, Monday 8 July, in Marina di Grosseto and Principina a mare, a week dedicated to grassroots sports, with open lessons and demonstrations by various Maremma sports clubs in the beach resorts of the two Grosseto hamlets.

Sport a mare is organized by the Pro Loco of Marina and Principina with the collaboration of many sports clubs in Maremma.

Here is the program day by day: Monday 8, 10 am: AcquaGym – Bagno Tropical; Monday 8, 4 pm: Flag Pole – Bagno Bertini; Tuesday 9, 10 am: AcquaGym – Bagno Giglio; Tuesday 9, 5 pm: MiniBasketball tournament – ​​Bagno Moby Dick; Tuesday 9, 6.30 pm: Metabolic walk – Bagno Lido (reservation required); Wednesday 10, 4 pm: Flag Pole – Bagno Moderno; Wednesday 10, 6 pm: Free-paced walk Marina-Principina-Marina; Wednesday 10, 6.30 pm: Historical archery – Bagno Gabry (repeated every day until Sunday); Wednesday 10, 7 pm: Metabolic walk – Residence Mareblu (reservation required); Friday 12, 5.30 pm: Rugby – Bagno Grifomare; Saturday 13th, 6pm and 9pm: Ballo (Salsa y Bachata) – Bagno Miramare; Sunday 14th, 6pm: Ballo (Salsa y Bachata) – Bagno Moderno. No registration is required, just show up at the indicated time with a great desire to have fun, learn and socialize.

On Thursday 10th from 9.15pm on the Marina seafront (Villa Gaia, Rosmarina area) the highlight of the event will be held, the “Night of Sport”: many sports – from volleyball to gymnastics, from dance to chess – to be practiced under the guidance of instructors from the Maremma sports clubs. READ FULL STORY HERE>>>CLICK HERE TO CONTINUE READING>>>

The Sport a mare week was created by the Pro Loco of Marina and Principina with the collaboration of many sports clubs in the Maremma: ASD Compagnia Maremmana Arcieri, Accademia dei piccoli, Alma Virtus Asd, Asd Circolo Pattinatori Grosseto 1951, ASD Crossfit Umbertozzo, Asd Gea Basketball Grosseto, ASD Ginnastica Grifone, ASD Mattoallaprossima, Asd Pattinatori Maremmani Marina di Grosseto, Asd Sinfonika Danza Orientale, Beta Flag, BSC Grosseto 1952, Bulli e Pupe dance school, Dance System, Decathlon Grosseto, Essência Latina Asd, Flydreaming Pole, Il Fondino, Maremma Social Rugby Asd Aps, Odissea 2001 dance school, Officina Movimento Arte Danza, Volleyball Grosseto, Paola Vaselli – Roberta Bruscoli (Metabolic Walk), Pole Fight Grosseto, SSD Marina Sport Center, Uisp Grosseto Territorial Committee Aps.

Information on the website www.rivieradellamaremma.it and on the social networks of the Pro Loco of Marina di Grosseto and Principina a Mare.

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Adriana Cerezo, the ‘wonder child’, wants it all | Paris 2024 Olympic Games

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“If I aim for the moon and land on a mountain, then I go for it.” Taekwondo athlete Adriana Cerezo, known as the wonder girl who mesmerized the public with her silver medal in Tokyo, is not one to mince words or beat around the bush. She wants gold in Paris, and then in Los Angeles 2028, and to be “the best in history” in her sport… To start with, she wants everything, and then we’ll see how far she goes. She doesn’t hide it from anyone. “I’m not going to settle for anything less. In the end, if you lose tomorrow, no one will remember, for better or for worse,” says this 20-year-old from Madrid, one of the clearest medal options for the Spanish delegation. Gold, of course, after the final disappointment in Japan.

Because she proclaims it wherever she goes and because the results also put her in that privileged position of dreaming with her head. Since she enchanted everyone three years ago with her silver and her smile, she has hardly left the podium in this cycle, and in Paris she presents herself as the number two in the Olympic ranking in -49 kilos and European champion for three months. On Wednesday 7 August, starting at 9.00, four fights separate her from the only goal she has in mind. In parallel and in the same hall of the Grand Palais, Adrián Vicente will chase his medal in -58 kilos. Another Spaniard who figures on the list of great candidates.

“Expectations are not a burden because no one has more faith in me than me, my coach and my parents,” says Adriana Cerezo. “The day people expect me to lose, I will have to give up. I want everyone to believe that I deserve it when I am Olympic champion. I have a model of work, intensity, and enjoyment, and I want that to be reflected. Many things were seen in Tokyo and I hope that in Paris, too,” says this young woman, who has gone from surprising her rivals in Japan to challenging them in the French capital.

Adriana Cerezo, in the gym. Jaime Villanueva

“She has always been like that, like a bit of a wimp. She is very intelligent, she expresses herself quite well, and she is constant and committed,” says Jesús Ramal, her trainer since she was 11 years old at the Hankuk gym, located on a small street in San Sebastián de los Reyes (Madrid), a kind of taekwondo bubble – different from the High Performance Centres – where recreational practitioners share a room with medal hopefuls. She has been there every day for a decade, except on Sundays, when she is forced to rest. “They have me grounded,” she says. From Monday to Saturday, she comes for double sessions from Alcalá de Henares, a half-hour drive away. “She has been a nuisance since she was little, but she has a button to activate and relax. She sleeps easily and has no worries,” says her trainer.

Expectations are not a burden because no one has more in me than me, my coach and my parents.

Ramal also aims for “the highest mountain”. “But,” he clarifies, “as an adult, I put myself in all the scenarios and, if she falls, I will make up a story and redirect her to another challenge,” he confesses. “The Thai [Panipak Wongpattanakit]the Turkish [Merce Dincel]the China [Qing Guo] “They are her main rivals, although the favourites do not usually win by a very high percentage. We have to be careful not to get an Adriana, because she was not the favourite in Tokyo,” she warns.

Cerezo, who admits that she has often been unaware of all that her freshness has conveyed, says that in these three years she has not had the strength to watch the entire final in Japan, where she lost the gold in the last seconds to Wongpattanakit, the current number one. She does not usually do so, but in this case even less so. “If I watch a piece, I do not sleep well. I was not aware that I was doing better. Nor did I have Jesus nearby to tell me that I could do more. I should have won,” admits the young woman, who despite her maximum ambitions does not lose sight of the unpredictable nature of her sport, in which everything is contested in one day. “The one you think is the worst gets up inspired and is the champion. In athletics, I do not believe that the one with the last time will win,” she points out.

She has always been a bit of a badass. She is very intelligent, expresses herself quite well, and is constant and committed. READ FULL STORY HERE>>>CLICK HERE TO CONTINUE READING>>>

Jesus Ramal, his coach

“It has been three intense, but exciting years,” the taekwondo athlete sums up about the Olympic cycle that has confirmed her in the elite. She and her team also had to deal with the consequences of the success in Tokyo. “I wasn’t very aware of this at the beginning either,” Ramal admits. “Sports managers, sponsors, scholarships appeared… But we have been exploring it calmly and she has her feet on the ground,” adds the coach.

In a trunk in Saudi Arabia

Meanwhile, Cerezo is already in her third year of Criminalistics, “which is not Criminology,” she points out. “Criminalistics is all the scientific part, toxicology, ballistics, study of scenarios… That would take me to the police, insurance issues, expert reports… I was going to study Biochemistry, but speaking with my father, he said to me: ‘Do you see yourself in a laboratory in 10 years?’ No way,” she remembers. “She is in year-to-year courses and I am trying to retain her,” admits Jesús Ramal. “Make this one for me in two years,” I tell her. Because if she doesn’t take hours of training from me, she has to do it from somewhere. And she will be taking it from her break, which I consider a priority,” adds her coach. Something she denies: “I no longer stay up until two in the morning. I am forbidden to do so.”

Adriana Cerezo has done it all so far: she has been able to hit the ground running and compete in competitions while living adventures like the one in Saudi Arabia just after turning 18. “We wanted to take an Uber after training, but the app was only for girls and they wouldn’t accept us for the ride. Suddenly, a car arrived and a bunch of kids started getting out. But there were about 10 of them, it looked like the Simpsons car. They knew me from the Games, they asked me for a photo and we asked them to take us to a supermarket. But there were only five seats, and there were five of us plus the two kids. So I got into the trunk with another friend and then we found out that the driver was 14 years old. In this time, everything has happened to us,” says the young woman, thin, tall and always with a good face.

An intense journey on the way to the Paris Games. “If she enters with what she is, we will have a good chance of success,” concludes her coach Jesús Ramal.

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2024-07-21 03:15:00
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Messi Injured, Inter Miami Not Taking Risks

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Inter Miami continue to monitor injuries Lionel Messi day by day. Inter Miami will not rush to offload Messi.

The Argentina captain suffered an injury in the 2024 Copa America final. The injury forced Messi to finish the match early.

The camera then showed Messi’s swollen right ankle. After undergoing an examination, Messi was found to have injured the ligaments in his right ankle.

Messi is expected to miss Inter Miami’s two games. What is certain is that Messi will not play when The Herons face Chicago Fire in the MLS continuation, Sunday (21/7/2024) morning WIB.

“Leo is out of tomorrow’s game (against Chicago), he will not be involved,” Inter Miami assistant coach Javier Morales was quoted as saying by AS. READ FULL STORY HERE>>>CLICK HERE TO CONTINUE READING>>>

“We are taking it day by day, evaluating it with our medical staff and talking about the best way forward. It’s a recent injury and we will try to have a better answer (for the media) soon.”

“He is with us and getting treatment from the physio. We know how professional he is and he wants to come back as soon as possible,” he said.

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2024-07-20 12:30:19
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