Peñas from many towns in the Spanish territory will come for this match: Albacete, Alicante, Asturias, Ávila, Badajoz, Barcelona, Burgos, Cáceres, Cantabria, Ciudad Real, Córdoba, Cuenca, Granada, Guadalajara, Huelva, Balearic Islands, Jaén, León, Madrid, Murcia, Pontevedra, Salamanca, Soria, Toledo , Valencia, Valladolid and Zamora. The day, the time of the game and the rivalry that exists with Sevilla has led to many clubs coming from Spain.In addition, foreign clubs from the following countries have confirmed their attendance: Germany, Belgium, Brazil, Scotland, Morocco and Norway. The New Restaurant the Great Stage will be available. This new place, in which the restoration is taken care of in the smallest detail and is characterized – doing honor to its denomination – by the scenario that lodges in its interior, where different performances will be realized. It is located on the commercial promenade, next to the Athletic Attention Office and very close to the Atlético de Madrid Store. Atlético’s fans come back to the rescue of the rojiblanco team. It already happened fifteen days ago, when Simeone’s team played it against Villarreal. And it will happen again this Saturday in the clash against Sevilla (4:00 pm). Players, technicians, leaders and fans took the clash against Villareal as a final. Atlético won and remained alive in the fight for the Champions League positions. Now history almost repeats itself. And Atlético closes again to defeat Sevilla. Another end comes. And the fans are the great protagonist to take the team on their wings. There will be plenty in the Wanda Metropolitano. Barely 300 seats remain in regular capacity from the transfer of fertilizers. It will be the sixth game of the season with more than 60,000 spectators in the stands. In the championship league occupation of the stadium reaches 84 percent, while in Champions is even higher, reaching 92 percent. There will be typhus before the game, as it happened in the previous league clash, and activities outside the stadium, as usual throughout the season.
“We need to keep improving our mechanics and physical sharpness,” said head coach Charlie DiSilvestro. “We have had a really good week of practice and done well at home. Now it’s time to go out on race day, execute the race plan in competition. We’re excited to have three chances to race on the same course and use that to our advantage.” Saturday will feature two separate racing sessions, one in the morning and another in the afternoon, and then close with a morning session Sunday. Drake will have all three of its conference boats, the varsity 8, 2nd varsity and varsity 4 as well as a 2nd varsity 4, participate both days in Michigan. SPRING LAKE, Mich. – The Drake University rowing team travels to the 2018 Lubbers Cup this Saturday and Sunday. The annual regatta is hosted by Grand Valley State’s club team and this year the two-day event will be held April 14-15 on a 2,000-meter course on Spring Lake. All races will be live streamed and available to view on the main regatta website. Following its trip to Michigan, Drake travels to Springfield, Ill., for the Illinois Sprints, April 21. Lubbers Cup Main Page Story Links Lubbers Cup Race ScheduleSaturday Morning8:30 a.m. CST – Varsity 89:30 a.m. CST – 2nd Varsity 810:30 a.m. CST – Open Varsity 410:36 a.m. CST – Open Varsity 4Saturday Afternoon3:30 p.m. CST – 2nd Varsity 84:18 p.m. CST – Open Varsity 44:24 p.m. CST – Open Varsity 45:08 p.m. CST – Varsity 8Sunday Morning7 a.m. CST – 2nd varsity 88:36 a.m. CST – Open Varsity 48:42 a.m. CST – Open Varsity 48:54 a.m. CST – Varsity 8 Print Friendly Version Drake will compete against a challenging field that features teams from Case Western, Grand Valley State, Illinois, Marquette, Ohio State and Purdue.
World number two Andy Murray withstood the challenge of Nick Kyrgios on Monday, sweeping aside the mercurial Australian 7-5 6-1 6-4 on Centre Court to reach his ninth straight Wimbledon quarter-final.For much of a pulsating first set 15th seed Kyrgios had the edge, however, thudding down serves at close to 140 mph that the second-seeded Scot struggled to reach let alone control. (Also read: Serena Williams powers into Wimbledon quarter-finals)Murray’s serve, meanwhile, was misfiring and, under darkening skies and roared on by a partisan crowd, he had to dig deep to stay on terms with the Australian. (Also read: Federer storms into Wimbledon quarters, equals Navratilova’s win record)The set and the match turned in the 12th game, when a combination of Kyrgios errors and two inspired Murray backhands presented the Scot with three break points. Kyrgios saved the first two with booming serves but Murray converted the third when the Australian netted a forehand volley.Thereafter Kyrgios’s focus and intensity wavered, the Briton breaking him twice in a second set that flew by in 26 minutes. He broke once more in the third, closing out the contest with an ace on his third match point. (Also read: Wimbledon: Novak Djokovic slayer Sam Querrey moves into the quarter-finals)Murray will face swashbuckling Frenchman Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, the 12th seed, in the quarter-finals.