Sports German Berglauf Championship: Oberberger Athletin is experiencing Bronze
'Denis' and 'Serhtinho01' leave Leno Esports and Heidenheim
Denis 'Denis' Müller and Serhat 'Serhtinho0' Öztürk say goodbye to Leno Esports and thus from the German club champion 1. FC Heidenheim. © Leno Esports 'Denis' and 'Serhtinho01' will not compete the Mission title defense in the VBL Club Championship. German FIFA Master loses his Liefenduo With a few words, the FIFA team of the German national goalkeeper Bernd Leno passed the duo on Wednesday. "We would like to thank you both for a very successful year.
The Oberbergische Ashur Christl Dörschel has successfully participated in the German Berglauf championship in the Bavarian Bad Kohlgrub. For the 45-year-old, it was not only the first mountain run championship, but also the first mountain race competition at all. "I had the highest respect for that," says the Oberberger.Berglauf in Bad Kohlgrub: Seven kilometers on 649 meters
over a total of seven kilometers with 649 meters, the run extended at which Dörschel participated with a four-member team of the SG turned. "That's almost ten percent gradient per kilometer. We had made our first and foremost, just to arrive at the top and to run through for the team because that was really violent climbs, "says Dörschel, who had to fight with the unfamiliar height differences.
With its result, the Oberberger in the end could be more than satisfied. In the detail of its class, Dörschel took the bronze medal at a time of 43.34 minutes. Her two fellow combatants in their age group that landed before her were accumulated with slopes and height differences. "They specialize in and were already in Kenya in the Altuning Camp," reports Dörschel.
With its team, the Oberberger ran in the end even as a runner-up over the Bavarian finish line. (LTH)
Canadian men lose to Kenya 33-14 in Edmonton rugby sevens bronze-medal match .
EDMONTON — The Canadian men lost 33-14 to Kenya in the bronze-medal match Sunday on Day 2 of the HSBC Canada Sevens at Commonwealth Stadium, while the Canadian women won bronze in their four-team competition. Alex Russell and Jake Thiel scored tries for the men against Kenya. Brennig Prevost added two conversions. Kenya, which led 14-7 at halftime, scored five tries in the match. Series champion South Africa defeated Britain 24-12 in the final. The South Africans also won last weekend's HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series event in Vancouver. On the women’s side, the Canadians easily defeated Mexico 63-5 on tries from nine different players in the bronze-medal match.