Thomas at home, during the corona virus crisis. “It doesn’t stop. #Yomequedoencasa”. With this message, José María Giménez showed on his Instagram how, despite the fact that Atlético suspended training until Monday due to the crisis caused by the coronavirus health emergency, the rojiblanos continue working. He was the first, without leaving his house, using a tree in his garden to insert rubber bands, common during physical circuits with ‘Professor’ Ortega. Photos with his family, with mate and exercise so as not to lose shape, although LaLiga has been suspended for two weeks. It’s not the only one. Felipe, doing work at home during the coronavirus crisis. Like Marcos Llorente that, if the day before was the first to show on his networks how he did not leave the job despite not being in Majadahonda, that tomorrow, as planned, and Atlético does not play in San Mamés, LaLiga, the routine, today He photographed himself in the gym with his partner. Savic, Vrsaljko and Saponjic met, meter apart, to play ball in the Croatian garden. Thomas, meanwhile, followed Saul’s line 24 hours ago, with a message appealing to responsibility and in capital letters those words. #I stay at home. Like them, like him. Koke, with stationary bike. Captain Koke has also used the nets to show how to exercise, run on a treadmill, together with his wife and a bicycle by himself. Felipe the same. Bike. And as if he were in the Cerro. It showed the before, the odometer to zero, and the after, 51 minutes, 31 kilometers. Herrera also worked with his wife and children at home. Using the pool and the elliptical. Savic, Saponjic and Vrsaljko during the virus corona crisis.
Story Links 800 Meters5. Xavier Lechleitner, 1:54.0818. Alec Bognar, 2:03.48 400 Meters16. Angelo Romgna, 51.4820. Simon Perrotin, 52.36 3,000 Meters1. Kevin Kelly, 8:14.59 2. Joshua Yeager, 8:17.32 4. Kyle Brandt, 8:24.7712. Kyle Cass, 9:06.12 Weight Throw3. Lexie Chapman, 57-10.5 (17.64m)11. Katelyn Williams, 52-11 (16.13m) Long Jump5. Cloud Masibhera, 22-11.25 (6.99m) 200 Meters4. Viktor Peka, 21.95 Weight Throw8. Joey Harkins, 53-3 (16.23m) The Bulldogs continue their indoor season next weekend at the annual Husker Invite in Lincoln, Neb. Mile2. Matt Cozine, 4:15.7210. Rylee Miller, 4:45.24 400 Meters7. Victoria Coombe, 59.0116. Ellie Mendlik, 1:02.9420. Kristin Skriver, 1:03.5321. Erin Haugh, 1:03.7422. Mariah Crawford, 1:03.87 Complete Results 3,000 Meters (Unseeded)12. Joe Romain, 8:57.19 60-Meter Hurdles (Prelims)9. Victoria Coombe, 9.10 Drake Individual Men’s Results60 Meters (Finals)3. Viktor Peka, 6.965. Aobakwe Malau, 7.00 Black & Gold PremierIowa City, Iowa Shot Put 8. Lexie Chapman, 42-4.25 (12.91m)14. Katelyn Williams, 38-0.75 (11.60m) 60 Meters (Prelims)4. Viktor Peka, 6.957. Aobakwe Malau, 7.00 Pole Vault 9. Alex Klosterman, 12-11.50 (3.95m) In the sprints, Viktor Peka (Ogidi, Nigeria) was third in the 60 meters in 6.96 and fourth in the 200 meters in 21.95. Sophia Jackson (Corinth, Texas) took third in the women’s 60 meters in 7.81. The women’s 3,000 meters was equally fruitful for the Bulldogs with Rachel Selva (Columbia, Mo.) shaving more than 30 seconds off her previous best to win the event in 10:14.83. Lindsey Rowatt (Lenexa, Kan.) was fifth in 10:35.67. 60 Meters (Prelims)8. Sophia Jackson, 7.98 Mile6. Tess Misgen, 5:09.699. Olivia Rogers, 5:12.8410. Elizabeth Aho, 5:13.6517. Millie Bretl, 5:30.10 High Jump8. Forest Moses, 6-2.75 (1.85m) 800 Meters11. Meghan Kearney, 2:29.2313. Samantha Jones, 2:47.63 IOWA CITY, Iowa – Five top-five performances and two times that rank in the top-10 all-time in the 3,000 meters highlighted the Drake University track and field team’s afternoon at the Black & Gold Premier hosted by the University of Iowa. 3,000 Meters1. Rachel Selva, 10:14.83 5. Lindsey Rowatt, 10:35.6713. MyKaela Cole, 11:07.81 Drake Individual Women’s Results60 Meters (Finals)3. Sophia Jackson, 7.81 Pole Vault4. Christina LeMunyon, 10-11.75 (3.35m)7. Cameryn Baldwin, 10-0 (3.05m) The men’s 3,000 meters saw Kevin Kelly (Kilcok, Ireland) win the event in 8:14.59, a personal best time that ranks as the fifth-fastest in Drake history. Joshua Yeager (Center Point, Iowa) followed on Kelly’s shoulder in second at 8:17.32, the seventh-fastest time in the Bulldog record book. Kyle Brandt (Maple Grove, Minn.) finished seven seconds later in fourth place with a personal best time of 8:24.77. The throws yielded three top-10 finishes as Lexie Chapman (Pekin, Ill.) was third in the women’s weight throw with a toss of 57-10.5 (17.64m), one of the top throws in school history, while Joey Harkins (Earlham, Iowa) was eighth in the men’s event. Print Friendly Version