As a multi-event participant competing in the heptathlon, pentathlon and decathlon, Brennan Boettcher can do is hope to stay healthy has taken some bumps and bruises this season. While talent certainly played a part in the UW men’s track and field team’s indoor national title, Boettcher also believes staying healthy did, too.”Everyone basically did what they could do to win,” Boettcher said. “I’ve stayed relatively healthy this year, our team as whole has stayed really healthy this year; we’ve had a lot of issues in the past with injuries and haven’t had it this year, staying healthy has been big part to our success this year.”While Wisconsin now switches gears to the outdoor season, there isn’t much time for rest as the outdoor season starts up this upcoming weekend.However, Boettcher — the younger brother of former track and field letter-winner Brent Boettcher — believes the team doesn’t necessarily need any time off.”Usually we don’t try to take a lot of time off to let our bodies heal up, unless it’s a bigger meet like the Big Ten [tournament], or a meet where we’re trying to get a lot of qualifying marks for Nationals,” Boettcher said. “This week we’re not taking any time off, we’re training right through it.”Nevertheless, the transition from indoor to outdoor competition may be a little more difficult this season than in years past, as much of Wisconsin’s focus has been on taking the indoor titles and other events are added for the outdoor season.”The first couple weeks of training are definitely a little more [difficult]; we start doing a bit more speed and distance,” Boettcher said. “It’s a little bit difficult, but if you’ve done it once, it’s not so bad.”Staying healthy for a multi-event athlete is a little different than other track athletes in a single competition. Boettcher and other heptathlon, decathlon and pentathlon participants need to make sure they are able to keep up their intensity for not just a few minutes, but hours to maintain a high level of competitiveness over the course of several events.”You can’t compete in a multi-event if you’re not feeling healthy,” Boettcher said. “You need high intensity for three, four hours straight.”But while Boettcher has found his niche as a multi-event athlete for the Badgers, he says his heart is still with the high jump as that is where most of his skills lie. Still, he is committed to the multi-events, but there just isn’t enough time in a day to get all the training he would like to do.”The hardest part about training for multiple events is that there are only seven days in a week and there are 10 events to train for, so you’re constantly doing two or three events a day, as well as running, and then you have to add in strength training, so it can become pretty difficult,” Boettcher said. “You’re looking at a lot of time spent on multiple events, so it’s tough.”Unlike most track and field athletes, Boettcher says he doesn’t have many superstitions. Yet he does have one lucky charm.”We have a lot of different competition uniforms,” Boettcher said. “If I do well in one of them at a certain event, I’ll try and wear it the next time and do the same.”While it may not be the most sanitary thing, the Badgers are hoping Boettcher will be wearing the same jersey all year long as Wisconsin attempts to carry its success from the indoor season outdoors.
by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow â€” The Class 4A Division 1 District 7 has officially become the craziest district in Kansas. Tonight, Rose Hill upset Mulvane 28-22.What does that mean? Wellington can now win this district with a victory in Ulysses. It can make the playoffs provided it loses by 10 points or less.Mulvane and Rose Hill played on a Thursday. The Rockets would win to improve to 1-2. Mulvane would fall to 1-2. This means if Wellington wins over Ulysses that would put the Crusaders at 2-1 tied with the Tigers at 2-1. But that would give Wellington the tiebreaker because it would have the head-to-head victory over Ulysses.Â If Wellington loses, it can get the district runner-up provided it is not a blowout. It has to lose by 10 points or less. If it loses by 11 points or more, then Mulvane goes.Kansas district play is set up in such a weird way that Rose Hill was leading with less than two minutes to play 28-15. Normally, the Rockets would just take a knee. But the Rockets were at -33 points and had to a 20+ victory over Mulvane. Instead they were sacked three times, Mulvane got the ball at midfield and would score with 45 seconds to go on a 40-yard pass play.So that ended Rose Hill’s chances of the playoffs.Wellington has extra incentive Friday night. If it can win district it can get the first round playoff game at home and avoid a trip on the road against a mammoth opponent from District 8.Sumner Newscow will have live tweets from Ulysses.Go Crusaders!The following are the updated District points: Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comments (2) Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings Sort by: Date Rating Last Activity Loading comments… You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. -1 Vote up Vote down Fan · 301 weeks ago Injuries have desamated this team. One last shot seniors, you may not ever get a opportunity to play this game AGAIN. Starters and reserves dig deep and let pull this thing out. Report Reply 0 replies · active 301 weeks ago 0 Vote up Vote down anonymous · 301 weeks ago Money time. Report Reply 0 replies · active 301 weeks ago Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Thursday, Oct. 30Â Â Â WLPoints x-Ulysses2028 Follow us on Twitter. Wellington115 Class 4A District 7Â Â Clinches Playoff berth with 10 point loss or less against Ulysses. WellingtonClinches District with win over Ulysses Mulvane12-6 x- clinches playoff berth UlyssesClinches District with win over Wellington. Rose Hill12-27 Scenario:Â MulvaneClinches playoff berth with Wellington losing by 11 points or more to Ulysses.
Mauricio Pochettino a shock contender to replace Unai Emery as Arsenal manager MAURICIO POCHETTINO will not allow his loyalty to Tottenham prevent him taking the Arsenal job should it become available.That is the view of former Spurs midfielder and Sky Sports pundit Jamie Redknapp.6 Jamie Redknapp reckons Mauricio Pochettino should put his Spurs loyalty aside if Arsenal come callingCredit: EPAPoch, 47, was brutally axed by Tottenham last Tuesday, bringing to an end his five-and-a-half-years in charge.And just 11 hours later, he was replaced by Jose Mourinho at White Hart Lane.But he may not be out of work for too much longer if Arsenal sack their boss Unai Emery.The Spaniard is without a win in his last six matches and the pressure is mounting with players reportedly feeling disillusioned with the coach’s ability to turn around their season.Should the Gunners give Emery the boot, Pochettino is a shock contender to replace him – although the club know they will do well to convince the Argentine to come, especially after he ruled out managing Barcelona because of his affinity with Espanyol.But any feelings of betrayal against Spurs for taking the job at arch-rivals Arsenal should not come to mind for Pochettino, according to Redknapp.Writing in the Mail, he said: “If I was a decision maker at Arsenal, I’d go for Mauricio Pochettino in a heartbeat.”I’m not sure I believe Poch would let his time with Tottenham stop him from taking over.”Maybe the reason Spurs decided to go for Jose Mourinho so suddenly was they felt they could not hang around, because their North London rivals might be searching for a new boss soon.”Unai Emery is under big, big pressure. I have some sympathy for him but he looks a beaten man.”66Latest Arsenal newsLive BlogGunners newsArsenal news LIVE – Latest updates from the EmiratesCONT ME OUTArsenal’s Lacazette ‘not interested’ in joining Inter as Martinez’s replacementGossipINTERESTED PARTEYArsenal ‘most interested’ in Thomas Partey but coronavirus delays talksGUNNER GOLuiz ‘has to go’, Saliba ‘a concern’ and Mustafi not at right ‘level’, says KeownAT YOUR BOC AND CALLTorreira reveals ‘dream and desire’ to one day play for Boca JuniorsWRIGHTY’S OUTRAGEIan Wright says video of George Floyd’s death in US left him ‘drained’HOMECOMINGDavid Luiz confirms Benfica talks with Arsenal contract set to expire in JuneGossipBERN IT UPMan Utd, Arsenal and Chelsea on alert after Bernardeschi reveals Prem plansThe Redknapp family may not be the most popular on the red side of North London with Jamie playing for Tottenham for three years and his dad Harry managing the side from 2008 to 2012.But comments like these will no doubt infuriate Jamie’s former fanbase, who will be desperate not to see Poch operating in the Emirates dugout, especially if he manages to break his silverware duck.Pochettino is currently among the favourites at 6-1 to replace under-fire Emery with Mikel Arteta the front-runner at 3-1.66 Unai Emery is facing the chop from the Emirates if the poor form and drab performances continueCredit: Reuters6 Former Spurs man Redknapp will have endeared himself to Gunners supporters marginally with his comments about Poch replacing EmeryCredit: AFP – Getty
Atalanta invests about 16 million, more than double that of Valencia, and they are the current Italian U19 champions Maurizio Costanzi, a lifetime forming soccer players in Chievo Verona and a trusted person of the Technical Director Giovanni Sartori, with whom he arrived in 2015, took the mythical witness Mino Favini, who for 25 years directed the Atalanta academy and to which the club, as a posthumous tribute, gave its name to the building destined for the quarry inaugurated in November 2019. Costanzi continued with Favini’s legacy and today there are 80 scouting he coordinates in Italy, Europe and Africa. There are two reasons why Atalanta “controls” such a number of players. One is its commitment to training and recruitment; another, determining in the number of assignments, the fact that in Italy, except Juventus, no Serie A club has a subsidiary team in the style of Spain. That implies that after the training period in the Primavera team, those who are not fit to make the jump to the first team or simply because they have no place for mere chips, continue their training in clubs in Italy (10 ceded militan in Serie A). or in European leagues. AIeksarden Ceferin, president of UEFA, in an interview with ‘Le Tribune de Genéve’, in which he warned that the European football body was going to study limiting player transfers, said: “It is an aberration the number of players that have certain institutions (…) For example, in Italy an entity controls 103 players. We are going to set limits. ” That entity referred to without naming it is the Atalanta de Bergamo, a club that has a payroll 22 players in their first squad, 27 in Atalanta Primavera (Sub’19) and up to 54 ceded by Europe. Atalanta is committed to assignments as a way of keeping the players trained in the Zingonia complex under control. You just have to attend to the age of the ceded to corroborate such a policy: 34 of the 54 are Sub’23 and 17 of them, Sub’20. Etrit Berisha, goalkeeper who plays in the SPAL (30 years) or Marco D’Alessandro, also side of the SPAL (29) are the exceptions. The domain of its quarry, in which around 16 million (more than double that of Valencia), is a reality. Last season they were Italian U19 champions and both Primavera and U18 are today leaders. 17 Sub’19 players are Italian and 10 foreigners (Cameroon, Ivory Coast, Poland, Gambia, Czech Republic, Brazil, Slovenia and Senegal).Valencia, however, which only has six ceded (Jason, Racic, Sáenz, Lato, Blanco and Carbonell) will be presented in San Siro with more youth players in its squad. Gayà, Soler, Ferran and Kang-in Lee, while Gian Piero Gasperini only has three: goalkeepers Sportiello and Rossi and defender Caldara, who has returned in this winter market in Milan.kulusevski, the last pearl of zingonia that Juventus has signedDejan Kulusevski, two months younger than Ferran Torres, is the last pearl formed in the Atalanta quarry. However, the Swedish midfielder, who normally faces Spain in the European Championship, will not play with the first team of Atalanta, a shirt that has only been put on three occasions.Kulusevski has exploded during his assignment in Parma to the point that his signing for the Juventus of Turin became official on January 2, which will pay 35 million euros plus ten in variables. The Swede, thus, becomes the second highest transfer of a footballer born from the year 2000 after Vinicius to Real Madrid.Kulusevski follows in the wake of other youth players who in recent years have left dividends in the Bergamo club accounts: Cagliardini was transferred to Inter for 20.5 million; Caldara, Juve (19); Kessié, to Milan (24), Andrea Conti, to Milan (24) and Zappacosta, to Torino (4.3).
Simon Kjaer in action for Denmark 1 Monaco have made contact with Chelsea and Liverpool target Simon Kjaer.Both Premier League clubs have been linked with a move for the centre-back, who is expected to leave Fenerbahce this summer.But, according to Fanatik, Ligue 1 side Monaco are also hopeful of landing the Dane when the window opens.It has been suggested that they have made contact with Kjaer’s representatives and are willing to make him a substantial offer to join them.The 28-year-old is rated at around £10m, a fee which should be no problem for any of the chasing pack.Reports have claimed that Kjaer is currently happy in Istanbul but he may decide the time is right to move should Fenerbahce accept an offer.