Wantagh brings high expectations | Herald Community Newspapers
After guiding Wantagh to an appearance in the Nassau Class C girls’ lacrosse championship game in 2019, coach Robyn Rooney has high expectations for a team full of talent in all areas of the field.
“I think we have a chance to shock a lot of people,” Rooney said. “We’re hoping to walk off the field in the last game with a win. Only one team is fully happy at the end of the season and I want it to be our girls. We have the roster to do it.”
In an early statement game against perennial Class B powerhouse Manhasset, now a Class C contender, the Warriors won a thriller May 5, 13-12, on sophomore Madison Alaimo’s goal with 31 seconds left off a feed from junior Madison Taylor. Wantagh opened the season four days earlier and defeated Long Beach, 17-7, behind Taylor’s nine points (six goals, three assists) and senior Sabrina Caruso’s four goals.
“Our whole season is a test,” said Rooney, who noted the Warriors will play 13 games against Conference I opponents in just over a month’s time. “There are no easy games and we have to play as a unit,” she added.
In Taylor, a Northwestern commit, Rooney believes Wantagh boasts the top player on Long Island. As a freshman in 2019, Taylor recorded 47 goals and 59 draw controls. “She was our go-to player two years ago and continues to elevate her game,” Rooney said. “She’s impossible to guard and she’s even more dangerous as a feeder this year when defenses collapse on her.”
Taylor heads a deep and strong midfield that includes seniors Shae Insinga, Jillian Balkunis and Shannon Sullivan. Insignia is a key on draws as well as both ends of the field, Rooney said. “Shae is a special player still realizing her potential and getting confident,” the coach noted. Balkunis is the quarterback in the middle, a proven offensive weapon who makes everyone around her better, Rooney said. Sullivan is an explosive and gritty athlete who along with Balkunis, Caruso and several others helped Wantagh to a county championship in volleyball last month.
Caruso, who missed most of 2019 with a knee injury, is part of a revamped attack that has Rooney excited. “Sabrina is crucial to our attack and worked so hard to get back on the field,” she said. Caruso netted five goals against Manhasset. Alaimo, who had six assists in the win over Long Beach, is creative around the crease. Senior Leena Moussa is aggressive to the cage, and sophomore Eva Ingrilli is another threat.
In the defensive zone, it’s a senior-led unit headed by Rutgers University-bound MaKenna Boutin, the lone returning starter. Reilly Brady, Emma Gonsowski and Olivia Benedetto have solidified the effort in the back. In goal, sophomores Nicole Schammloffel and Lauren Rochel are splitting time, Rooney said. “Nicole is lefty, Lauren is righty and we’re confident both of them can do the job,” she said.
Reilly Brady’s Lacrosse Profile | ConnectLAX
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Excellent communicator, always plays 100%, coachable, leader on the field, fast, multi-sport varsity athlete, strong lax IQ.
I am a 2021 from Wantagh, New York. I have been playing lacrosse competitively since 3rd grade and joined Team Elevate in 6th. Besides lacrosse, I also play soccer and basketball. Freshman year I was a starter on JV basketball and JV lacrosse. I am now a 3 sport varsity athlete. At the end of the 2018 summer lacrosse season, I received the coaches award for my team for always showing hard work and leadership. I take pride in my communication skills. When i’m on the field, you can always count on me to be determined to win fifty-fifty balls and use my height as an advantage to stop the other team from going to cage. I am enrolled in AP Language, AP US History, College level psychology, and honors Spanish. I have been in Girl Scouts since kindergarten and have received my Bronze and Silver award from Nassau County, Long Island. I am a member of Wantagh High School’s Class of 2021 club where we raise money and plan for school events. I am also part of the P.E. Leaders club where we run the blood drive and attend awareness walks for reasons such as autism, breast cancer, down syndrome, etc. I have also received honorable mention in best journalistic news article that was sent into a contest in Syracuse, NY.
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Team Elevate Coaches award 2018, FLG Showcase All-Star team 2019, Christ The King basketball camp 1v1 Champion, 2 time Northern Rise champion, 34th best 2021 on Long Island according to FLG
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Anna Kaufmann – Women’s Lacrosse
2021: Started all 13 games…Posted eight ground balls and two caused turnovers…Had three ground balls versus Boston College and two versus Loyola Maryland…Notched two caused turnovers versus Loyola Maryland…Dean’s List student…Member of Athletic Director Scholars Academic Honor Roll…CAA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll recipient.
2020: Started all seven games. ..Posted eight caused turnovers and seven ground balls…Was third on the team in caused turnovers…Had two caused turnovers versus Bucknell and Maryland…Notched two ground balls against Johns Hopkins and Maryland…CAA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll recipient.
2019: Started all 19 games…Had 24 ground balls, 11 draw controls, and eight caused turnovers…Was fifth on the team in ground balls and caused turnovers and sixth in draw controls…Had two or more ground balls eight times, including three against Maryland and Columbia…Posted six draw controls versus Quinnipiac and three at Fairfield…Notched caused turnovers in seven games, including two at Elon…Dean’s List student…Member of Athletic Director Scholars Academic Honor Roll…CAA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll recipient.
High School: Played four years of lacrosse and was a member of the winter track team at Wantagh High School in Wantagh, New York…Two-time all-county honorable mention selection in lacrosse. ..Decorated track athlete as well…Was a member of the Nassau County champion 4×400 relay team…Part of two school records in track…Lacrosse team won two Nassau County titles.
Personal: Has two brothers…Father, Steve, played lacrosse at Stony Brook…Enjoys reading, surfing, running, working out and shopping in her spare time…Mentioned Jennifer Lawrence and Matthew McConaughey as her favorite actors…Listed The Shining, The Great Gatsby and Perks of Being a Wallflower as her favorite books…Started playing lacrosse at the age of seven…Went on a medical mission to Ecuador as a sophomore in high school…Plans on becoming a doctor following college…Psychology major.
GB: 3, three times, most recently vs. #6 Boston College, 3/20/21
DC: 6 vs. Quinnipiac, 2/26/19
CT: 2, several times, most recently vs. #9 Loyola Maryland, 5/14/21
Catie Ingrilli – 2017 – Women’s Lacrosse
2017: Senior … Appeared in all 21 games and made 19 starts in the midfield during a breakout campaign … All-Big Ten selection … Scored at least one goal in 17 games and had at least one point in 18 games … Finished the season with career highs in nearly every statistical category, including goals (28), assists (8), points (36), shots (74), shots on goal (56), ground balls (32), draw controls (6), caused turnovers (16) and free-position goals (16) … Her 16 free-position goals marked the third most in Northwestern single-season history … Scored at least two goals in 10 games, including a career-high three in a win over Rutgers on Apr. 22 … Matched her career high with two assists three times … Posted a career-high four points in wins over No. 20 Louisville on March 26 and at Ohio State on Apr. 6 … Had 12 multi-point games, the second most on the team … Picked up at least two ground balls 13 times, including three games in which she matched her career high with three … Matched her career high with two caused turnovers three times, including in the first round of the NCAA Tournament versus Albany on May 12 … Opened the season with a career-long eight-game goal scoring streak and a career-long stretch of 16-straight games with a points.
2016: Appeared in all 21 games and started eight in the midfield in her junior season … Scored two goals, picked up two ground balls, and caused a turnover against Syracuse (2/28) … Started and notched a goal, a ground ball, and a caused turnover in win over Marquette (3/8) … Scored a goal and assisted another in overtime loss against North Carolina (3/20) … Scored in the next game against Colorado and picked up two ground balls (3/25) … Scored two goals at Penn (4/3) … Registered a goal and an assist in win over Michigan (4/7) … Had her third straight multi-point game with a goal and an assist in win over Notre Dame and added three ground balls and two caused turnovers (4/10) … Scored in Big Ten Tournament win against Michigan (5/5).
2015: Second-year player that appeared in 13 games and made six starts in the midfield … Dished out her first career assist and finished with two total in a 13-6 win over Marquette on Feb. 21 . .. Also had a career high two ground balls at Marquette … Picked up at least one ground ball in six-straight games from February 19 to March 26.
2014: Reserve midfielder who played in nine games as a freshman … Made her collegiate debut Feb. 9 vs. Virginia … Scored her first career goal and also recorded one ground ball and one caused turnover vs. Marquette on Feb. 25.
High School: Four-year letterwinner at Wantagh high school where she was a team captain … U.S. Lacrosse 2013 first-team All-American … Two-time All-County honoree … Team competed in Long Island’s Conference I “power league” … Scored six goals in a 16-11 win over Sacred Heart on March 28 of her senior year … Also a team captain and All-County selection in soccer … Member of the National Honor Society.
Personal: Born Caitlin Mary Ingrilli … Daughter of Jean and the late Jim Ingrilli … High school teammate of former Wildcat Kaleigh Craig . .. Majoring in Communication Studies.
James Bonanno – Men’s Lacrosse
Team Captain in 2016
As A Junior (2015): Named to the 2014-15 BIG EAST Conference All-Academic Team … appeared in all 14 games, starting in all of them … recorded 23 points on 14 goals and nine assists … tallied 28 ground balls and caused five turnovers … recorded a career-high in points and goals with three in a 8-7 loss at Siena (March 28) … tallied a career-high four groundballs in the season-opener against Rutgers (Feb. 7) and added two goals … picked up two goals and one assist in a 13-11 loss against Holy Cross (March 21) … had one of the most complete games of his career with two goals, two groundballs and two caused turnovers in a 17-7 victory over Providence (March 28).
As A Sophomore (2014): Named to the 2013-14 BIG EAST Conference All-Academic Team … appeared in all 14 games and made the first two starts of his collegiate career . .. tallied 11 points on seven goals and the first two assists of his Red Storm career … added 21 groundballs and causedapair of turnovers on the campaign … took 27 shots and hit the target on 16 for a SOG percentage of .593 … finished with a career-high three points on two goals and one assist in St. John’s 15-7 home victory over Georgetown (March 15) and 11-10 home overtime defeat to Marquette (April 6) … chipped in with a career-high four groundballs against Marquette … tallied one goal and one assist with one groundball in a 14-9home victory over Siena (March 1) … tallied three groundballs and caused one turnover in a loss at No. 17 Drexel (March 4) … scored a goal andfinished with two groundballs in a loss at No. 5 Denver (April 12) … scored a goal and added two groundballs in the season-opening 15-13 homevictory over Holy Cross (Feb. 16).
As A Freshman (2013): Appeared in all 13 games … scored seven goals from 11 shots on goal while posting team-best . 500 shooting and .786 shot-on-goal percentages … tallied four groundballs and one caused turnover on the season … committed a single turnover and was not called for a penalty all season … made his collegiate debut in the season-opening 11-9 road victory over Holy Cross (Feb. 16) … scored his first collegiate goal on his only shot of the game in a 13-11 loss to Syracuse (March 9) … scored a career-high two goals and added a groundball in a 20-13 home victory over Rutgers (March 16) … scored in a 14-13 overtime loss to Georgetown (April 6) … tied his career-high with two goals in a 16-13 road victory over Providence (April 20) … scored in the season finale against Marquette (April 27), a 15-10 home victory.
At Wantagh: Played lacrosse for four seasons … served as captain for two seasons … scored 74 goals and amassed 59 assists during his career … named to the All-Nassau County team … member of the lacrosse county finalist team in 2010 … helped team earn a top-20 ranking in the nation for 2010 . .. played club lacrosse with the Flying Tigers and Long Island Sting programs … lettered four years in soccer as well.
Off The Field: Son of Steve and Maryellen Bonanno … has a brother, Steve (24), who was an All-American wrestler at Hofstra … enjoys eating, sleeping, playing video games, surfing and skiing … majors in accounting … played trumpet for four years … eats a peanut butter and jelly sandwich before every game … lists taking a scorching hot shower as his pre-game ritual … transferred from Rutgers … chose St. John’s over Hofstra, Navy, Yale, Bryant and UPenn … lists beating No. 1 Notre Dame, Rutgers and Hofstra in the 2013 season as his favorite moments in sports … nickname is “Jimmy Nanners” … lists Liverpool FC and England captain Steven Gerrard as his favorite athlete … lists father Steve as the person he most admires.
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Favorite Book: “Tale of Two Cities” by Charles Dickens
Favorite Movie: “Saving Private Ryan”
Favorite TV Show: “24”
Favorite Professional Team: New York Yankees
Brenna Connolly – Women’s Lacrosse
2018: IWLCA All-Northeast Region Second Team…All-MAAC First Team…MAAC All-Championship Team…Played and started all 20 games. Scored 35 goals and a program-record 42 assists (a MAAC high and 18th in the nation) for a team-high 77 points – the fourth highest single-season total in Fairfield history. Had six games with three or more goals. Had season best seven points in 13-10 win over Niagara with two goals and five assists. Poured in three goals and three assists for six points in the 2018 MAAC Championship Game.
2017: All-MAAC Second Team… As a junior started all 18 games while ranking third on the team with 45 points… She scored 20 goals and dished out a team-high 25 assists which ranks as the second most in a single season in program history… Connolly also picked up 22 groundballs, four draw controls, and caused 14 turnovers… The attacker tallied seven points on two different occasions to set a career-high… She registered three goals and four assists against Hofstra on February 25 and at Siena on March 25.
2016: Made 16 appearances for the Stags as a sophomore… Posted the fourth most assists on the team with nine… Had a total of 15 points on the season… Tallied two assists in three different games during her sophomore campaign.
2015: MAAC All-Rookie Team… Connolly earned her first All-MAAC honor after stepping up at attack during her rookie campaign. She competed in 10 contests for Fairfield, with one start in her collegiate debut against Sacred Heart. Connolly recorded three goals, with five assists, for eight points. Her first collegiate goal was scored against Hofstra on February 17. She was the leading scorer among the freshmen on the roster. Connolly took 10 shots, with eight on goal, and earned a shots on goal percentage of .800. Connolly also picked up three ground balls, grabbed one draw control, and caused one turnover for Fairfield.
Before Fairfield: Connolly comes to Fairfield as a transfer from the University of Florida. Prior to Florida, she lettered four seasons in lacrosse at Wantagh High School, where she served as a team captain her senior year. She competed primarily at midfield and attack for the Warriors and tallied 168 career goals and 88 career assists. During her final campaign, Connolly recorded 50 goals and 28 assists to garner her team’s Most Valuable Player (MVP) and the Rob Sliwak Athlete Awards. Connolly was a two-time All-County selection (2013, 2014) and a two-time All-Conference selection (2011, 2012). She was also named to the First Team All-Long Island and the 2013 Metro Team. Connolly was a LAX Magazine Player of the Week, a Newsday Player to Watch, and a Newsday Player of the Week. She was a member of PE Leaders and also lettered in soccer and track.
Personal: Daughter of Tara and Dave Connolly… Has one sibling… Uncle, Chris Mullin, has won three gold Olympic medals for basketball and played professional basketball for 16 years with the Golden State Warriors and the Indiana Pacers.
Madison Conway – 2021 – Women’s Lacrosse
- Made 17 appearances, including 17 starts, scoring 39 goals with 20 assists
- Ranked fourth in the America East in assists and fifth in total points
- Named America East All-Tournament
- Scored four goals in the America East final vs. #6 Stony Brook (5/8)
- Scored her 100th career goal vs. Vermont (5/6) in the America East semifinal, finishing the game with three goals, three assists, four ground balls, and three caused turnovers
- Named America East All-Conference First Team
- Scored five goals with one assist at Binghamton (5/1)
- Scored two goals with three assists at UMass Lowell (4/18)
- Scored two goals with one assist vs. UMBC (4/9)
- Scored one goal with two assists at Hartford (4/3)
- Scored six goals vs. Vermont (3/27)
- Scored three goals at #20 Drexel (3/25)
- Scored three goals vs. Binghamton (3/13)
- Scored two goals with one assist vs. #20 Hofstra (3/9)
- Scored two goals with two assists vs. Colgate (2/28)
- Made season debut at #13 Boston College (2/23), scoring two goals with four assists
- Played and started all five games, scoring seven goals on 15 shots (10 on goal) with one assist and three ground balls.
- Scored three goals in back-to-back games at Yale (2/22) and Michigan (2/29)
- Appeared in all 18 games, making 14 starts while scoring 41 goals with 18 assists, scoring at least one goal in 17 games
- Second on team in points and third in goals
- Named IWLCA All-Northeast Second Team (5/21)
- Named America East All-Tournament (5/4)
- Scored two goals in the America East final at Stony Brook (5/4)
- Scored six goals with three assists in the America East semifinal against New Hampshire (5/2)
- Named America East Offensive Player of the Year and All-Conference First Team (5/1)
- Scored two goals against UMBC (4/27)
- Scored one goal with three assists at Hartford (4/20)
- Scored four goals with one assist at Stony Brook (4/12)
- Scored four goals, including the game-winner, with four assists against New Hampshire (4/6)
- Scored three goals with one assist against Vermont (4/3)
- Scored four goals with two assists at Binghamton (3/30)
- Scored one goal with one assist at #3 Syracuse (3/27)
- Scored two goals at #1 Boston College (3/19)
- Scored one goal with three assists at Siena (3/16)
- Scored two goals at UConn (3/13)
- Scored four goals at #19 Penn State (3/9)
- Scored two goals against #22 Stanford (3/1)
- Made season debut against Yale, scoring one goal (2/16)
- Appeared in all 18 games, with 11 starts
- Finished sixth on the team with 19 goals
- Scored first career goal at Bryant (2/24)
- Had first career hat trick vs. UConn (3/7)
- Scored three goals in America East championship game at Stony Brook (5/6)
- Played in six games as a reserve
- Made collegiate debut vs. St. Bonaventure with a caused turnover and a ground ball (2/13)
Four-year letter-winner in lacrosse at Wantagh High… Led team to 2015 Nassau Class B title and top-15 national ranking in 2016… Earned honorable mention all-county honors as a senior with 33 goals and 18 assists… Named team’s unsung hero in high school… Played club with Long Island Express… Member of the Key Club.
Intended major is undecided… Daughter of Michael and Constance Conway.
Conway’s Career Statistics
Points: 9, New Hampshire, May 02, 2019
Goals: 6, New Hampshire, May 02, 2019
Assists: 4, New Hampshire, Apr 06, 2019
Shots: 11, at Stony Brook, Apr 12, 2019
Ground balls: 3, UMass Lowell, Apr 14, 2018; at Fresno State, Mar 17, 2018
Draw controls: 1, New Hampshire, May 02, 2019
Woman-up goals: 1, 5 times
Woman-down goals: 1, at Penn State, Mar 09, 2019
Free-position goals: 1, New Hampshire, May 02, 2019; at Bryant, Feb 24, 2018; Penn State, Mar 11, 2018
Caused turnovers: 2, Vermont, Apr 03, 2019; at UMass Lowell, Mar 23, 2019
90,000 NHL player Andrey Svechnikov held a master class for high-mountain young hockey players
Pupils of Vysokogorsk ice hockey got the opportunity to train together with the current player of the National Hockey League Andrey Svechnikov. A hockey player who, by his 20s, was able to enter the history of the best league in the world twice. The Carolina Hurricanes striker did a full-fledged training session with the children, shared the secrets of his skill and showed his signature lacrosse goal.
The training of young hockey players has never caused such a stir.And this was not surprising, because the leader of the attacks of the Carolina Hurricanes, Andrey Svechnikov, was also going to go out on the ice with the children. True, he had a long way to the ice. Employees of the Ice Palace, parents of students of the hockey school and everyone who had the good fortune to attend the master class tried to be photographed with the star as a keepsake. And the famous hockey player had to have time to give autographs to everyone before the start of classes.
– In fact, this is an outstanding event for high-altitude hockey.It is very pleasant that such NHL stars come here and inspire young hockey players to become better and stronger. Playing hockey is generally very cool, – the parents of hockey players from the sports school “Biektau” shared their opinion about Andrey Svechnikov’s visit.
It is also great that, despite all his busyness, the hockey player managed to conduct a full training session and take part in all the exercises. It was a pleasure to watch the work of the master. Masterly possession of the club more than once caused an approving rumble of the audience.Naturally, the question arose of how such a master came to the Ice Palace in our region. The answer is simple enough. The grandfather of one of the young hockey players “Biektau” many years ago took his son to the “Ak Bars” school, where he played with Evgeny Svechnikov, Andrey’s elder brother.
– We have a family friend – uncle Albert, and his son Kamil Mingazov played with my brother Eugene on the same team. We discussed the arrival at the sports school “Biektau” for two years. And, of course, I said that I would definitely come and train the children, give them a small master class, maybe teach something, give some advice.It’s always a pleasure to come here and organize such events, ”said Andrei Svechnikov, striker of the Carolina Hurricanes NHL team.
The master class was held at the highest level. Andrey has gone down in NHL history twice. And the first time was so spectacular that connoisseurs of this sport will remember it for a long time. Svechnikov became the first player in NHL history to score a lacrosse goal. Anyone can admire this masterpiece by going to YouTube.
I could not resist asking the famous hockey player a question about how the idea of scoring lacrosse goals came about.
– I remember when I was 12. Then my brother and I trained together, and he threw the puck into the opponent’s goal in the lacrosse style during one of the trainings. I drove up to my brother and asked him to teach me this trick. Since then, I have studied at every training session, tried to do such a trick. Only in the course of persistent training is the result obtained. The most important thing is diligence and training, ”said Andrei Svechnikov, striker of the Carolina Hurricanes NHL team.
And their father Igor instilled diligence in the Svechnikov brothers.By the way, he came with his son, and we asked him to tell us about the secrets of raising champions.
– Patience, patience and more patience. And most importantly, the child should have a desire to work. Hence the success, – Igor Svechnikov shared his experience.
Looking at the shining faces of the guys who got to the master class with Andrey Svechnikov, it was immediately obvious that they would work even harder. Young hockey players immediately tried to repeat the historic goal, but it turned out to be not as easy as that of the recognized master.After this lesson, we can say with confidence that there are even more fans of Andrey’s talent in the Vysokogorsky district.
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On July 25, 2015, Dubna hosted a Health Day dedicated to the 59th anniversary of the city
The big celebration took place in the city of Dubna on Saturday, July 25, 2015. The City Day celebrations were very varied, the key event being the Health Day events, which included screening examinations that anyone could take.In the town of health, you could find out your level of glucose and blood cholesterol, measure your blood pressure, examine the state of the heart on a cardiovisor, undergo various tests, and also get advice from a specialist doctor on how to eat right, how much you need to move, what first steps to take to quitting smoking and much more.
The first visitors to the health town were representatives of the Ministry of Health of the Moscow Region, the All-Russian public organization “League of the Health of the Nation”, the administration of the city of Dubna, guests from neighboring regions of Russia, as well as an official delegation from the United States of America (St.La Crosse, Wisconsin).
Vice-President of the All-Russian public organization “League of the Health of the Nation” N.V. Kononov undergoes screening examinations and receives a health passport
At the opening ceremony of the City Day and at a press conference on this occasion:
Mukhin Vyacheslav Borisovich – Mayor of Dubna
Mukhin Vyacheslav Borisovich
Gertsev Konstantin Borisovich – Deputy Minister of Health of the Moscow Region
Kononov Nikolay Vasilyevich – Vice-President of the All-Russian public organization “League of the Health of the Nation”
Ivanova Ekaterina Sergeevna – Chief Specialist in Medical Prevention of the Central Federal District of the Russian Federation and the Ministry of Health of the Moscow Region, Chief Physician of the Moscow Regional Center for Medical Prevention, Ph.M.Sc.
Sandra McCormick – President and Executive Director of World Services of La Crosse, USA
Ivanova Ekaterina Sergeevna – Chief Specialist in Medical Prevention of the Central Federal District of the Russian Federation and the Ministry of Health of the Ministry of Defense of the Moscow Region supported the campaign for collecting signatures “We are for a healthy lifestyle” …
90,000 Sports clubs will be created in Yaroslavl schools
On July 18, in Pereslavl-Zalessky, Governor Sergei Yastrebov held a working meeting with Deputy of the State Duma of the Russian Federation, President of the All-Russian Federation of School Sports Irina Rodnina.The parties discussed the development of mass sports in educational institutions of the Yaroslavl region and signed an agreement on interaction between the Government of the region and the All-Russian public physical culture and sports organization, headed by Irina Rodnina.
– The Yaroslavl Region is a region not only with a rich historical and cultural past, but also with a good sporting present and future, – said Sergey Yastrebov. – We are implementing the project “Running on the Golden Ring”, which consists of a series of half marathons, including distances that anyone can run.In addition, we were one of the first to start reviving the TRP complex, and at present it is being developed by our public chamber, which has launched the “I’m ready” project. Now we are planning to bring new directions to the region – such as biathlon and triathlon, as well as technical sports, which are a kind of continuation of the TRP. I hope that with your help we will be able to select the best practices on the Yaroslavl land.
Irina Rodnina highly appreciated the sports initiatives of the region and spoke about the work carried out by her federation for the development of school sports.
– Russia has long been a member of the International Federation of School Sports, but still has little representation at world and European competitions, said Irina Rodnina. – We strive to create sports clubs at schools – with their own names, mottos, emblems, in order to involve as many students as possible in extracurricular sports activities, raise leaders, unite children, encourage them to defend the honor of their team, educational institution, small homeland, thus educating love for sports and the country.
The All-Russian Federation of School Sports has already concluded cooperation agreements with a number of regions – Moscow, Tver, Tula regions, where similar work is being carried out. Irina Rodnina considers one of its main components to be the holding of a large number of competitions, both inside and in between schools, as well as the revival of sports grounds in educational institutions. At the federal level, a program for the reconstruction of gyms in rural schools has been adopted and is being implemented in order to provide equal opportunities for students.
Together with the head of the region, Irina Rodnina visited one of the best interschool sports grounds in Pereslavl-Zalessky, assessed the quality of the stadium and talked to the children.
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Lev’s general manager Normunds Seijs commented on the resignation of the team’s head coach Josef Jandach.
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Lev’s general manager Normunds Seijs commented on the resignation of the team’s head coach Josef Jandach.
“The team is rolling down, there is no result, the management was dissatisfied with such results, so it was decided to change something in the team,” quotes the words of Seyis TK “Russia-2”. – The team needs some kind of impulse. The whole team cannot be changed,
Who are we considering for the position of the new head coach? Before the break for the Eurotrip, the duties of the coach will be performed by Jiri Kalush and Vitaly Kramnov. Let’s see how they cope, and then we will make the final decision.There are several specialists in mind. As they say, a holy place is never empty. There are enough people willing. Now we need to calmly and with common sense approach the optimal scenario, and then make the right choice. Are Russian specialists being considered as possible options? Not at the moment”.
“Ural dumplings” are just around the corner.South Ural panorama.
The 5th Jubilee Folklore and Gastronomic Festival “Ural Dumplings for St. Nicholas Winter” will be held very soon – on December 10, all guests will find the best dumplings competition.
By tradition in Russia, Christmas preparations began on December 6 – the day of remembrance of St. Nicholas (Nicholas in winter). The feast in honor of the saint was always celebrated solemnly: with songs, festivities, amusements and a special fair called Nikolskaya – an auction at which everyone could stock up on food for the New Year’s table.
In the South Urals, the revival of this tradition was the holding of a fair within the framework of the festival “Ural dumplings for Nicholas winter”, which is a great success among the townspeople.
This year the jubilee festival will be held on an unprecedented scale: a theatrical parade, an opening ceremony, performances by the best folk groups, perky songs and competitions.
Guests of the gastronomic holiday will compete for awards in amusing fights:
– dumplings hockey, darts, lacrosse and ping-pong;
– tug of war and dumpling pillow battle;
– shooting from a giant slingshot;
– sleigh races and much more.
As part of the celebration of the traditional festival, a huge recipe book will be installed, to which everyone can add their own recipe. As a result, a book of recipes for Ural dumplings will be compiled.
The gastronomic highlight of the festival is the “National dumpling” competition. Based on the results of the tasting, the expert and national jury will determine the manufacturer of the most delicious dumplings.
All participants of the fairgrounds will be able to take part in one more traditional competition – “This paint fair!”, Which will be aimed at identifying the best decorated shopping place.At the end of the event, the organizing committee of the festival will choose the winners in the competitions.
One of the key events of the folk-gastronomic festival “Ural dumplings for Nicholas winter” will be the “Event South Ural” competition, in which representatives of the region’s event projects will make presentations on stage.
Of course, the fair part of the celebration remains unchanged – rows of food products from the best South Ural enterprises. Visitors will be able to purchase gastronomic delights for the New Year’s table, stock up on gifts and an excellent New Year’s mood.
“Ural dumplings for Nikola Zimny” is not just a fair of the best producers of dumplings , – comments Tatyana Vladimirovna Bai, director of the Tourism Development Center. – This is a bright holiday that every year, in any weather, attracts thousands of guests. Celebrating Nicholas Winter, according to tradition, has become a unique event that takes place only in Chelyabinsk “.
Note that in 2015 the first festival of event events in the region took place.The site hosted presentations of 3 event projects – Ilmensky festival, Bazhovsky festival, Sabantuy.
Folklore and gastronomic festival “Ural dumplings for Nikola Zimny” will be held on December 10 from 12:00 to 15:00, PKiO im. Gagarin.
Information sponsor of the event – “Granada Press” media holding.
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Tambov is a city with an interesting history and great cultural heritage.Back in 1636, a fortress was built on the territory of the present city, for the convenience of crossing the river. But the location was not chosen efficiently, so the structure had to be slightly displaced. The Tambov fortress perfectly fought off the raids of nomads and other tribes. But in the 18th century, the fortress lost its military significance, and Tambov began to develop as an agrarian region. And in the 19th century, the center becomes better known as a grain trading and agricultural area.
The main part of the city is located on the left bank of the Tsna.The architectural appearance of the city was determined in 1781, then dense buildings had already begun. There are not many architectural monuments that have survived to this day since the 17th century, but they are still there and every traveler can get acquainted with them.
The transport system is well developed in Tambov. There are airports, railways and highways. River transport is also available during the summer.
The main attractions of the city include a large number of museums and pedestals, as well as monuments.The Museum of Local Lore, the Museum of the History of Medicine, and the Chicherin House are very popular among tourists. Monuments, which are located throughout the city, are dedicated to the great figures who lived and worked in Tambov.
Natural parks are located in the right part of the city, where rare ecosystems of the Tambov forest have been preserved. Wonderful scenic spots with clean air and green spaces.
Tambov is characterized by a temperate continental type of climate. That is why all seasons of the year are clearly expressed in the city.There is a moderate amount of precipitation, the winter is snowy and cold.
The population of the region, according to statistics, is slowly but declining. The demographic situation is not comforting. The death rate exceeds the birth rate.
Tambov is the administrative center of the Tambov region. The glorious city is located in the central part of the Oksko-Don plain, on the banks of the river. Wonderful landscapes and beautiful picturesque nature are characteristic of this region. At all times, the city was popular among travelers.
Tambov is located in the GMT +3 time zone. The difference with the capital of Russia is +00: 00 hours.