Juan Ignacio Londero tonight he received over the nerves that his debut on the Argentina Open and superior to the spherical of 16 ATP 250 Buenos Aires with a laborious triumph in three units in opposition to Slovak Filip Horansky.The Cordoba participant had very excessive moments and different diametrically opposed throughout the nearly two hours that the assembly lasted within the Buenos Aires Garden Tennis Membership.Nonetheless, the primary and Londero, 69 within the ATP rating, was imposed earlier than Horansky, 182 in that very same checklist, with partials of 6-4, 4-6 and 6-2.“I used to be nervous. I don’t know if my abdomen pains. I may let go and join within the third set, and I’m pleased for the win ”admitted Londero.On the finish of the sport, the Cordovan added: “The start of the sport is my mistake and I’ve to alter it. I’ve psychological lows and I’m attempting to beat them. ” Within the subsequent spherical, Londero will probably be measured with the Slovak Laslo Djere (35), winner within the first spherical of the Argentine Francisco Cerundolo 6-2, 2-6 and 6-4.Mayer misplaced to Albert RamosLeonardo Mayer he misplaced tonight the potential for finishing the ultimate field of the Argentina Open. The Correntino fell in three units in opposition to the Spanish Albert Ramos Viñolas, who agreed to the spherical of the 16 better of the ATP 250 event that takes place within the Buenos Aires Garden Tennis MembershipThe evening started nicely for the nickname Yacaré, as a result of he took over the primary quarter by 6-4, however within the second he turned erratic and allowed the Catalan to degree the sport by successful 6-3.Within the third, probably the most even of all, the distinction got here solely within the eleventh sport. Ramos Viñolas, 42 of the world, attacked on the serve of Mayer, 107 of the rating, and received the decisive break.Within the subsequent sport, the Spaniard received all 4 factors in a row with his service and superior to the subsequent spherical.
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – The Drake University track and field team got its outdoor season off to a great start with a strong showing against some of the best teams in the nation at the Arkansas Spring Invitational on Saturday, March 26.”We had some amazing performances today with athletes stepping up in multiple events,” said Drake head coach Natasha Kaiser-Brown. “To perform so well this early in the season sets us up for some great performances as the season goes on.”Sprinter Pierce Vincent (Fayetteville, Ga.) set the tone for the day with a pair of personal bests in the 100 and 200 meters while anchoring the Bulldogs’ 4×100-meter relay to a second place finish after winning its heat. Vincent came in second in the 100 meters with the third-fastest time in school history at 10.40. Vincent finished behind only professional Wallace Spearmon in a meet that featured athletes from Arkansas, Missouri, Mississippi and Oklahoma State . He also clocked the fourth-fastest 200 meters in school history at 21.18. Demetrius Shelton finished ninth and 10th, respectively, in both races.The women’s team’s jumpers continued their outstanding year as Kayla Bell (Bolingbrook, Ill.) won the triple jump with a leap of 40-4, just shy of her own school record. Taryn Rolle (Nassau, The Bahamas) finished second with a personal best mark of 39-10.5 that ranks second all-time in Drake history. Bell also recorded a personal best in the long jump of 19-3.5 to finish third with the sixth-best jump in program history.In the hurdles, Virginia Hill (Haymarket, Va.) recorded a personal best of 59.86 in the 400-meter hurdles to finish fifth while Mary Young (Urbandale, Iowa) was ninth. Young finished sixth in the 100-meter hurdles in 13.74.The Bulldogs return to action next weekend as the team splits its talents between the Texas Relays, Stanford Invitational and San Francisco Distance Carnival.2016 Arkansas Spring InvitationalFayetteville, Ark. – John McDonnell FieldMarch 26, 2016Drake Individual Women’s Results100 Meters23. Taryn Rolle, 12.2425. Rai Ahmed-Green, 12.3133. Destani Welch, 12.56200 Meters17. Rai Ahmed-Green, 24.7127. Kaylen Rettig, 25.61400 Meters21. Kaylen Rettig, 58.56800 Meters (Open)3. Laura Gann, 2:17.6311. Meghan Kearney, 2:21.031,500 Meters13. Taylor Scholl, 4:37.831,500 Meters (Open)4. Cassie Aerts, 4:41.963,000 Meters6. Bailee Cofer, 10:12.02100-Meter Hurdles6. Mary Young, 13.748. Destani Welch, 13.9815. Virginia Hill, 14.5218. Victoria Coombe, 15.06400-Meter Hurdles5. Virginia Hill, 59.869. Mary Young, 1:01.7018. Victoria Coombe, 1:06.724×100-Meter Relay7. Young, Ahmed-Green, Welch, Rolle, 47.554×400-Meter Relay5. Hill, Young, Rettig, Ahmed-Green, 3:46.52High Jump4. Jaclyn Aremka, 5-57. Taylor Patton, 5-3Long Jump3. Kayla Bell, 19-3.5 14. Taryn Rolle, 17-6Triple Jump1. Kayla Bell, 40-42. Taryn Rolle, 39-10.5 2016 Arkansas Spring InvitationalFayetteville, Ark. – John McDonnell FieldMarch 26, 2016Drake Individual Men’s Results100 Meters2. Pierce Vincent, 10.40 9. Demetrius Shelton, 10.5817. Aaron Chier, 10.7923. Kendall Owens, 10.90200 Meters6. Pierce Vincent, 21.18 10. Demetrius Shelton, 21.3518. Aaron Chier, 21.7520. Kendall Owens, 21.87800 Meters (Seeded)7. James Saxton, 1:57.99800 Meters (Open)3. George Webb, 1:56.10110-Meter Hurdles11. Hudson Priebe, 14.9612. Dominic Lombardi, 15.13400-Meter Hurdles6. Hudson Priebe, 53.529. Dominic Lombardi, 55.414×100-Meter Relay2. Owens, Shelton, Chier, Vincent, 40.234×400-Meter Relay6. Priebe, Lombardi, Saxton, Webb, 3:23.96High Jump6. Ryan Cook, 6-4.757. Forest Moses, 6-4.75Long Jump15. Johnathan Osifuye, 22-1Triple Jump7. Johnathan Osifuye, 46-11.75Shot Put13. Ryan Lemke, 49-0.25Discus15. Ryan Lemke, 139-119. Michael Dolan, 133-1Hammer Throw17. Michael Dolan, 159-4Javelin3. David Silkman, 184-3Print Friendly Version