SPORTS PREVIEW – Wrestling – Badische Zeitung


THE RINGS

RKG with two fights

The first division wrestlers of the RKG Freiburg will have two fights on one weekend at the start of the season. On Saturday (7.30 p.m.) it will be in the Staudingerhalle against the favorite of the group Southwest, the KSV Kllerbach. Nineteen and a half hours later, the Breisgauer contest the first away duel with the Saarland representative ASV Httigweiler. “We should achieve a victory in both team fights,” said RKG coach Luigi Tascillo.SOCCER

FFC lacks constancy

After five season games in the league, it is clear what is lacking at Freiburg FC. The team is not yet in a position to consistently call up their performance for over 90 minutes. At 2-2 in Bruchsal, she scored for the second time in a row after falling behind on Wednesday. “That shows character,” said coach Luca Murdolo, pointing out that “we had the fifth different starting lineup in the fifth game. A young team cannot be flawless in every game.” Mudolo trusts his team to score points in the home game on Saturday, 2.30 p.m., against FSV 08 Bissingen.

TENNIS

Helmis Games in Freiburg

At the TC Schnberg, the Baden tennis association organizes the German championship of the associations in the age group 30 (Groe Franz Helmis games) at the weekend. The elite group, whose games take place in Freiburg, includes the associations Middle Rhine, Lower Rhine and the newcomers Baden. In tournament mode, the game is played on Saturday from 10 a.m. and on Sunday from 11.30 a.m. The Baden team also includes Franziska Gttsching and Luis Lffler from Schnbergers.

BEACHVOLLEYBALL

Freiburg at DM

Last serve for Sven Winter with Alexander Walkenhorst: At the German championship in Timmendorfer Strand, the 23-year-old beach volleyball player from Freiburg will probably play his last tournament with his current regular partner from Essen on the weekend. It is planned that Winter will move to the Beach Federal Base in Hamburg. Walkenhorst / Winter, third in the championship last year, are in second place. Laura Mhlmann from Freiburg and Melanie Paul (Beachsport Berlin) qualified for the women’s 16 field. The games will be broadcast on Sport1 and YouTube.

INLINESKATERHOCKEY

Beasts want home win

After the first home game of the Breisgau Beasts against the top favorites of the second Bundesliga Sd from Assenheim ended with a 6:10 defeat, the Freiburg team are aiming for their first win of the season on Saturday at 7 p.m. in the Zhringer Jahnsporthalle against their Swabian rivals Spaichingen. Because HC Merdingen has not reported, it is the only derby of the year.

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