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mardi 15 août 2017

Voyager, Marcher, Courir, Maigrir avec l’ultra marathonien Ronald Tintin…Hautes-Pyrénées

Voyager, Marcher, Courir, Maigrir avec l’ultra marathonien Ronald Tintin…Hautes-Pyrénées



Hello,

Bienvenue aux conseils et astuces pour Voyager, Marcher, Courir, Maigrir avec l’ultra marathonien Ronald Tintin de la marche et au-delà du marathon (42,195 km).

Ce mardi 15 août 2017 qui est un jour férié en France avec l’Assomption de la Vierge Marie, j’ai programmé dans mon plan d’entraînement 24 heures course à pied 2h12  à réaliser…pour la première séance de la deuxième semaine (du lundi 14 août au dimanche 20 août 2017).

Je sors dans la matinée pour aller faire une séance de courir/marcher à allure 24 heures sous un ciel nuageux au cœur de la montagne dans les Hautes-Pyrénées…


Durée : 2h12
Activé course/marche à allure 24 heures : 22 x (4’30’’ COURIR/ 1’30’’ MARCHER).

Super agréable d’alterner de la course et de la marche tout en dépensant des calories pour maigrir bien.

Pour commencer votre objectif de perdre du poids avec plaisir, je vous conseille d’aller doucement en alternant course et marche.

N’hésitez pas à me contacter pour vos questions.
Bien à vous avec des ondes positives !

Ronald Tintin,
Blogger, YouTuber, Ecrivain et ultra Marathonien,
Fondateur du site www.SuperProfesseur.com pour le partage de la connaissance
et du projet Ronning Against Cancer (www.RonningAgainstCancer.xyz ) pour soutenir la lutte contre le cancer le cancer du sein (Opération "Ruban Rose" pour Octobre Rose) et collecter de l’argent pour la cause.

“ Together, we can get rid of cancer; we are not alone. Together, we are stronger.”

THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT ! 


 

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dimanche 13 août 2017

IAAF World Championships London 2017 (4 - 13 August 2017) : best stories - Results and Medal table

IAAF World Championships London 2017  in Great Britain – (Friday 04 August  2017 – Sunday 13 August 2017) : Best stories - Results and Medal table
Save the date and the place to be “IAAF World Championships London 2017  in Great Britain – (Friday 04 August  2017 – Sunday 13 August 2017).




IAAF World Championships London 2017 in Great Britain – (Friday 04 August  2017 – Sunday 13 August 2017)
In August 2017, London’s Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park will light up for a spectacular Summer of World Athletics. It will be the biggest global sporting event of the year.

The London Championships will be the 16th in the event’s 34-year history with the first IAAF World Championships being hosted in Helsinki in 1983. 


2017 medal table


Rank
Country
Gold
Silver
Bronze
Total
1
United States
9
10
8
27
2
Kenya
3
1
4
8
3
Poland
2
2
3
7
4
Ethiopia
2
2
0
4
4
Great Britain and N.I.
2
2
0
4
6
South Africa
2
1
2
5
7
France
2
0
1
3
8
Authorised Neutral Athlete
1
3
0
4
9
Germany
1
2
2
5
10
China
1
2
1
4


Friday 4 August 2017 : Day one
10,000 metres, men, final  

Runners compete over 25 laps of a 400m track. They make bunched standing starts and can break immediately for the inside.

Britain’s Mo Farah earned a special place in the history of athletics when he became the first distance runner to win 10 consecutive global titles at the London 2017 IAAF World Championships on Friday night 4th August 2017.

Medal winners

Gold - Mo Farah (GB) 26 mins 49.51 secs
Silver - Joshua Kiprui Chepegei (Uga) 26:49.94
Bronze - Paul Kipngetich Tanui (Ken) 26.50.60

Saturday 5 August 2017 : Day two
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Medal winners

Men's 100m

 

USAIN BOLT UNABLE TO END ON A GOLDEN NOTE AS JUSTIN GATLIN EARNS SHOCK 100M WIN


Gold - Justin Gatlin (US) 9.92s
Silver - Christian Coleman (US) 9.94s
Bronze - Usain Bolt (Jam) 9.95s

Men's long jump
Gold - Luvo Manyonga (SA) 8.48
Silver - Jarrion Lawson (US) 8.44m
Bronze - Ruswahl Samaai (SA) 8.32m

Women's 10,000m
Gold - Almaz Ayana (Eth) 30:16.33
Silver - Tirunesh Dibaba (Eth) 31:02.69
Bronze - Agnes Tirop (Ken) 31:03.50

Men's discus
Gold - Andrius Gudzius (Lit) 69.21m
Silver - Daniel Stahl (Swe) 69.19m
Bronze - Mason Finley (US) 68.03

Sunday 6 August 2017 : Day three
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Medal winners
Women's 100m
Gold - Tori Bowie (US) 10:08s
Silver - Marie Josse Ta Lou (Civ) 10:06s
Bronze - Dafne Schippers (Ned) 10:96s

Men's shot put
Gold - Tomas Walsh (NZ) 22.03m
Silver - Joe Kovacs (US) 21.66m
Bronze - Stipe Zunic (Cro) 21.46m

Women's pole vault
Gold - Ekaterini Stefanidi (Gre) 4.91m
Silver - Sandi Morris (US) 4.75m
Bronze - Robeilys Peinado (Ven) 4.65m

Women's heptathlon
Gold - Nafi Thiam (Bel) 6784 points
Silver - Carolin Schafer (Ger) 6696 points
Bronze - Anouk Vetter (Ned) 6636 points

Women's marathon
Gold - Rose Chelimo (Bhr) 2:27.11
Silver - Edna Kiplagat (Ken) 2:27.18
Bronze - Amy Cragg (US) 2:27.18

Men's marathon
Gold - Geoffrey Kirui (Ken) 2:08.27
Silver - Tamirat Tola (Eth) 2:09.49
Bronze - Alphonce Simbu (Tan) 2:09.51

Monday 7 August 2017 : Day four

Medal winners
Women's 1,500m
Gold - Faith Chepngetich Kipyegon (Ken)
Silver - Jennifer Simpson (US)
Bronze - Caster Semenya (RSA)

Women's triple jump
Gold - Yulimar Rojas (Ven)
Silver - Caterine Ibarguen (Col)Bronze - Olga Rypakova (Kaz)

Men's 110m hurdles
Gold - Omar McLeod (Jam)
Silver - Sergey Shubenkov (Neu)
Bronze - Balazs Baji (Hun)

Women's hammer throw
Gold - Anita Wlodarczyk (Pol)
Silver - Zheng Wang (Chn)
Bronze - Malwina Kopron (Pol)


Tuesday 8 August 2017 : Day five

Medal winners

Men's pole vault
Gold - Sam Kendricks (US)
Silver - Piotr Lisek (Pol)
Bronze - Renaud Lavillenie (Fra)

Men's 400m
Gold - Wayde van Niekerk (RSA)
Silver - Steven Gardiner (Bah)
Bronze - Abdalelah Haroun (Qat)

Men's 800m
Gold - Pierre-Ambroise Bosse (Fra)
Silver - Adam Kszczot (Pol)
Bronze - Kipyegon Bett (Ken)

Men's 3,000m steeplechase
Gold - Conseslus Kipruto (Ken)
Silver - Soufiane Elbakkali (Mar)
Bronze - Evan Jager (US)

Women's javelin throw
Gold - Barbora Spotakova (Cze)
Silver - Lingwei Li (Chn)
Bronze - Huihui Lyu (Chn)

Wednesday 9 August 2017 : Day six

Medal winners

Women's 400m
Gold - Phyllis Francis (US)
Silver - Salwa Eid Naser (Bhr)
Bronze - Allyson Felix (US)

Men's 400m hurdles
Gold - Karsten Warholm (Nor)
Silver - Yasmani Copello (Tur)
Bronze - Kerron Clement (US)

Women's shot put
Gold - Lijiao Gong (Chn)
Silver - Anita Marton (Hun)
Bronze - Michelle Carter (US)


Thursday 10 August 2017 : Day seven

Medal winners

Men's 200m
Gold - Ramil Guliyev (Tur)
Silver -Wayde van Niekerk (SA)
Bronze - Jereem Richards (TTO)

Men's triple jump
Gold - Christian Taylor (US)
Silver - Will Claye (US)
Bronze -Nelson Evora (Por)

Women's 400m hurdles
Gold - Kori Carter (US)
Silver - Dalilah Muhammad (US)
Bronze - Ristananna Tracey (Jam)


Friday 11 August 2017 : Day eight

Medal winners

Women's 200m
Gold - Dafne Schippers (Ned)
Silver - Marie-Josee Ta Lou (CIV)
Bronze - Shaunae Miller-Uibo (Bah)

Women's 3000m steeplechase
Gold - Emma Coburn (USA)
Silver - Courtney Frerichs (USA)
Bronze - Hyvin Kiyeng Jepkemoi (Ken)

Men's hammer throw
Gold - Pawel Fajdek (Pol)
Silver - Valeriy Pronkin (ANA)
Bronze - Wojciech Nowicki (Pol)

Women's long jump
Gold - Brittney Reese (USA)
Silver - Darya Klishina (ANA)
Bronze - Tianna Bartoletta (USA)


Saturday 12 August 2017 : Day nine

Usain Bolt injured running last leg for Jamaica, but Great Britain win 4x100m relay gold with time of 37.47, a British record.




Usain Bolt is the greatest sprinter of all time.
2008:100m gold. 200m gold.
2012: 100m gold. 200m gold.
2016: 100m gold. 200m gold.
2017: 100m Silver.

Medal winners

Men's 4x100m relay
Gold - Great Britain
Silver - United States
Bronze – Japan

Women's 4x100m relay
Gold - United States
Silver - Great Britain
Bronze – Jamaica

Men's javelin throw
Gold - Johannes Vetter (Ger)
Silver - Jakub Vadlejch (Cze)
Bronze - Petr Frydrych (Cze)

Men's Decathlon
Gold - Kevin Mayer (Fra)
Silver - Rico Freimuth (Ger)
Bronze - Kai Kazmirek (Ger)

Women's high-jump
Gold - Maria Lasitskene (ANA)
Silver - Yuliia Levchenko (Ukr)
Bronze - Kamila Licwinko (Pol)

Men's 5000m
Gold - Muktar Edris (Eth)
Silver - Mo Farah (GB)
Bronze - Paul Kipkemoi Chelimo (USA)

Women's 100m hurdles
Gold - Sally Pearson (Aus)
Silver - Dawn Harper-Nelson (USA)
Bronze - Pamela Dutkiewicz (Ger)


Sunday 13 August 2017 : Day ten

First women’s world 50 kilometres race walk on Sunday 13 August 2017

Ines Henriques of Portugal broke her own world record with 4:05:56 to win the inaugural women’s world 50km title at the IAAF World Championships London 2017 on Sunday 13 August.










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Writer, Ultra Marathon Runner, Founder of  Super Professeur to promote Education and  the project Ronning Against Cancer  for charity to support the fight against cancer
“ Together, we can get rid of cancer; we are not alone. Together, we are stronger.”

THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT ! 

 

Breast Cancer Awareness - Let’s support the Fight Against Breast Cancer and raise funds! Supported by the project Ronning Against Cancer, Super Professeur, Marina Nival , mobile.superprofesseur.com and Les Aventures de Ronald Tintin