Team Bike Race Mountain Civitavecchia: Buon inizio stagione

mar 20th, 2019 | By | Category: News dalle società, Primo piano
Inizio di stagione soddisfacente per il Team Bike Race Mountain Civitavecchia. I Giovanissimi hanno gareggiato sabato alla mini GF Mare e Laghi, al termine della quale sono arrivati i trionfi in entrambe le classifiche per società, sia quella che contava il numero dei partecipanti, sia quella per il rendimento. Marzo 20, 2019029
Si sono svolte sabato e domenica due delle gare più importanti dell’inizio di stagione del Team Bike Race Mountain Civitavecchia. I Giovanissimi hanno gareggiato sabato alla mini GF Mare e Laghi, al termine della quale sono arrivati i trionfi in entrambe le classifiche per società, sia quella che contava il numero dei partecipanti, sia quella per il rendimento. Nelle gare per giovanissimi sono arrivati sei primi posti. Hanno vinto le rispettive categorie Aurora Borgna (G0), Alessandro Tramontini (G1), Niccolò Persone (G2), Chiara Massai (G2F), Elisa Di Mercurio (G4F) e Andrea Tarallo (G5). Ottimi sono stati i piazzamenti sui podi ottenuti da Edoardo Perrone (terzo dei G0), Livia Rossi (seconda dei G2), Aurora Di Francesco (terza dei G2) e Francesco Massai (terzo dei G6). Questi gli altri piazzamenti dei bambini del Team Bike Race Mountain Civitavecchia. G1: 4/o Gian Marco Pala, 13/o Mattia Codipietro. G3: 5/o Marco Scardozzi, 11/o Matteo Gigli. G4: 4/o Filippo Rocchetti, 10/o Michael Lopez. G5: 5/o Edoardo pala, 8/o Manuel Saggiomo, 9/o Leonardo Benigni, 11/o Lorenzo Braconi. G6: 4/o Mattia Deciano, 7/o Flavio Amato, 9/o Diego Caprio, 10/o Jonathan Lopez.

Le categorie agonistiche hanno invece gareggiato domenica nella prima prova del grand Prix d’Inverno, sotto l’organizzazione della Tuscia Bike. Vittoria tra gli ID-2 per Daniele Peschi, mentre Aurora Pallagrosi è decima tra le Esordienti di secondo anno; nella medesima categoria maschile, Filippo Cesarino Proietti è 31/o, Manuel Rescia 37/o e Drilon Brahimi 50/o. Negli Esordienti di primo anno Giordano Gigli è 29/o al traguardo. Questi i risultati degli Allievi di primo anno: Michele Floris 29/o, Luca Cerasa 39/o, Edoardo Di Luigi fermo per un guasto meccanico.

Come di consueto, il Team Bike Race Mountain Civitavecchia ringrazia Race Mountain, Pro Action e Conad per l’importante supporto al fianco di questa prestigiosa gara nazionale, con tutte le più importanti promesse della Mountain Bike italiana al via.

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White Sox’s Michael Kopech found a�?inner peacea�� through meditation on way to majors

giu 12th, 2019 | By

NEW YORK Equipped with a fastball that sits a tick below 100, it’s easy for Michael Kopech to overwhelm a hitter.The 22-year-oldflamethrowerhas done plenty of that through his first four big league outings though he allowed seven earned runs in, what would be, his finalstart of the season on Wednesday. Prior to that, Kopech had struck out nine over 11 scorele s frames to start his MLB career. Kopech has mostly looked at ease on the mound for the White Sox, partly because he meditates before every start in an effort to ensure that he’s not the one feeling flustered.It’s something I do a lot, whether I may have anxiety, if I’m feeling lack of confidence, anytime I’m feeling any kind of overwhelming emotion in something I do, Kopech told Sporting News. I think that has a lot to do with why I do it before starts. Especially at the big league level, there can be a lot of emotion hitting you at once when you go out and stand under those lights. I’m big on it. It helps me stay calm, stay kind of even-keel.MORE: White Sox giving small taste of what’s to comeMeditation has been a key component to Kopech’s routine for three years now. Justin Su’a, a mental skills coach with the Red Sox, introduced Kopech to the practice when he was still in Boston’s system.Just a teenager, Kopech described himself as being at rock bottom when the two began working together. The 2014 first-round pick had just broken his hand after punching a teammate and was contemplating walking away from the game. Su’a helped Kopech correct Victor Martinez Jersey course as the youngster fell in love with meditation.These days, it’s common to see Kopech deep in thought at the ballpark, especially on the days he’s slated to toe the rubber. He doesn’t require complete silence; his se sions are sometimes guided by an app called Headspace or accompanied by light music. With his headphones in, he’ll find a back room or curl up on a couch in the locker room.The idea is to zone in.It’s really getting in touch with your inner self. It’s focusing on one thing, whether that be your breath or your thoughts or the outside noise, as crazy as that sounds, Kopech explained. As long as you’re giving 100-percent focus to whatever that is, it’s a form of meditation. It may not be dead silent in here, but it’s still a spot I’m able to find inner peace, so to speak.MORE: White Sox teammate says Chicago ‘ble sed’ to have Michael KopechWhat Kopech does is a more modern version of meditation; there’s no cro sed legs or chanting involved. He’s not the only major leaguer to seek a state of Zen, though such activities aren’t exactly common in a major league clubhouse.A lot of pitchers do a lot of weird stuff, joked White Sox center fielderAdam Engel. You see it [and] it’s like part of your day. There’s a lot of dudes that do a lot of different stuff when they pitch.This is what works for Kopech, who has struggled with anxiety before. He declined to elaborate, but pointed out that, it’s not as uncommon as people think. Meditation keeps Kopech sharp, whether it’s before a game, in the dugout between innings or even during his everyday life.That’s something that I know frees him up and he feels comfortable doing it, manager Rick Renteria said. It gives him probably a sense of an edge to do what he’s gotta do. Whatever it takes, everybody’s different.I haven’t really delved into it too much to be honest. We’re just getting to know each other at the major league level here. I’m sure we’ll have some conversations and I’ll have him explain to me some of the things that he’s doing. Maybe I’ll take ‘em on myself.MORE: Recap the 2018 MLB DraftA good place is exactly where Kopech seems to be right now.Between thoughts of quitting, the aforementioned fight and a PED suspension, the prized prospect didn’t take a trouble-free path to the majors. Even his short time with the White Sox has been somewhat clouded by controversy; Kopech was the latest player revealed to have used racist and homophobic language on Twitter. He was 17 at the time of the tweets.When those tweets first surfaced, Kopech insisted that he doesn’t hold such beliefs, nor was he still the same person who hit send. Questioned by reporters, he emphasized how much he’s matured over the last few years, the product of other mistakes made while climbing the minor league ladder, as well as life le sons away from baseball.As for pitching, Kopech has tweaked his mentality in that regard as well. He was just a fireballer when he first turned pro, famous for topping the century mark on a radar gun with ease. Now, however, he’s focused more on the craft. He’s grown up on and off the field. Meditation has certainly played a part.Really going from a guy that was just a raw competitor to a guy that studies the mental side of the game and takes pride in being whole, so to speak, being with myself, that has a lot to do with maturing over the years, Kopech said. I’ve taken pride in the way I work and that may not just be physically or in the weight room or conditioning it’s just as much mental. That has a lot to do with my maturity.If I can be more of a mental competitor, as well as a physical competitor, I’m going to be at the peak of my abilities.

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MLB scores: Astros complete historic comeback in late-inning win over Twins

giu 4th, 2019 | By

Minnesota’s bend-but-don’t-break bullpen blew up in a big way Monday against the MLB-best Astros.The Twins relievers, who worked 17 1/3 innings in a three-game weekend series against Tampa Bay, ruined Ervin Santana’s quality start by allowing 11 runs in the eighth inningin an implosion of historic proportions.Entering the eighthinning with an 8-2 lead,three Twins pitchers Matt Belisle,Craig Breslow andRyan Pre sly allowed 14 batters to come to the plate in the meltdown. Houstoncombined to record eight hits, two walks, a HBP and a balk in the eighth.It wasthe first time the Twins have allowed 11 or more runs in an inning since July 25, 2007.Houston wasn’t done scoring runs in the ninth as Twins right-handerDrew Rucinski gave up three more to bring the runsallowed by the Twins bullpen to a franchise-record 14 runs.Carlos Beltran finished with four hits whileCarlos Correa finished a triple shy of the cycle as the Astros hada season-high 18 hits, 13 of them in the last two innings.The Astros were 0-659 in franchise history, going back to 1962, when entering the eighth down by six runs, according to the Elias Sports Bureau.They are now 1-659.MLB scoresOrioles 3, Yankees 2White Sox 5, Red Sox 4Dodgers 5, Cardinals 1Astros Manny Ramirez Jersey 16, Twins 8Mariners 6, Rockies 5Mets 4, Brewers 2Indians 5, A’s 3Pirates 4, Diamondbacks 3Nationals 3, Giants 0Padres 5, Cubs 2Marlins 4, Phillies 1Blue Jays 17, Reds 2Tigers 10, Royals 7Rays 10, Rangers 8Braves 6, Angels 3Studsof the nightBlue Jays hitters drove in a season-high 17runs on 23 hits in a rompof the Reds thanks to home runs fromRu sell Martin (two run), Troy Tulowitzki(grand slam) andJustin Smoak(three run). Devon Travis andEzequiel Carrera added four hits for Toronto, who havenow won six of their last seven after a dismal start to the season.Duds of the nightGiants reliever Hunter Strickland plunked Bryce Harper on the hip with a 98-mph fastball with his first pitch to the National outfielder to set off a benches-clearing brawl that ended with Strickland being draggedto the Giants dugout by three of his teammates. Both Harper Trevor Bauer Jersey and Strickland were ejected and each are facing suspensions.HighlightAndrew McCutchenblasted his sixth career walkoff home run, taking D-backs reliever Archie Bradleydeep to give thePirates a 4-3 win. What’s nextRed Sox (27-23) at White Sox (24-26), 8:10 p.m. ET Chris Sale (5-2, 2.34 ERA) will face his former team for the first time since a trade brought him to Boston in December. He’ll square off with fellow All-Star southpaw Jose Quintana (2-6, 4.82 ERA), who was part of the same rotation with Sale for five seasons.

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Il civitavecchiese Massimiliano Foschi vince l’Olimpiadi di Matematica a Cesenatico

mag 8th, 2019 | By

Massimiliano Foschi frequenta il secondo anno al Liceo Scientifico “Galilei” di Civitavecchia (Roma), pratica Sport con l’ASD Pallavolo Civitavecchia e conferma, come ormai è risaputo, che l’attività fisica praticata regolarmente fa bene alla salute. Ma c’è ancora qualche genitore che pensa che fare dello sport, specie se e a livello agonistico, possa in qualche modo
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Federazione Italiana Sport Rotellistici: Campionato Inter-Regionale di pattinaggio artistico della

mag 5th, 2019 | By

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CANOTTAGGIO: il Circolo Canottieri Civitavecchia ASD al Meeting Nazionale Giovanile e Master di Sabaudia

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L’infaticabile presidente Gianfranco Tranquilli: “Buoni risultati degli Allievi Floris Giordano e Di Claudio Nicola Maria,  dei Ragazzi Lisiola Gabriele, Corati Giuseppe, Zano Flavio e Borgi Mattias, dei Junior Paolucci Alessandr o e Azoitei Edoardo Mihai. TUTTI I RISULTATI SABAUDIA, 23 marzo 2019: Le medaglie assegnate alle categorie Cadetti, Allievi, Ragazzi e Junior- Si sono appena concluse, sulle acque del Lago
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