In Butarque they add that the idea was born as another formula with which to try to entertain the little ones, that these days of confinement belong to the segments of the population that are experiencing the worst because of not being able to enjoy their ordinary life. This tournament (like the contests through social networks), are helping to make the drink more bearable. In addition, with this step you place Aitor Ruibal a step further as a reference for the little ones, who in addition to seeing it for its performances in the green, now they also admire him for his performances with the console controller in hand. Something that, in current times, counts for the girl as much or more than playing well in real life. The Leganes He has taken advantage of the pull of Aitor Ruibal and his participation in the LaLiga Challenge (he was a finalist, lost to Marco Asensio), to launch a FIFA tournament to entertain your youth players. The club has offered all its kids the option to face each other in an internal championship. It started yesterday, the 23rd, and will end in its final phase on Saturday, March 28. The prize, playing an online game with Ruibal himself.The initiative, they count from the club, has been a success. The avalanche of children who have signed up has exceeded expectations. About 120 have completed their application between boys and girls. In total, members of 13 teams participated, 9 male and 4 female. The members of each team will face each other and the best will advance to the final round. The initial phase will be held from March 23 to 25. Final phase, from March 26 to 28.
On Thursday morning, a magnitude 6.2 earthquake centered sixty miles from Talkeetna was felt from Anchorage to Fairbanks.In the Talkeetna area, damage from Thursday morning’s earthquake was fairly minor. Some residents and businesses reported that items had fallen off of shelves and broken, but no serious structural damage was reported as of Thursday afternoon. That includes Skwenta, which was much closer to the magnitude 6.2 earthquake than Talkeetna. Natalia Ruppert, Chief Seismologist for the Alaska Earthquake Center, says the reason that the earthquake did not cause much damage is because it occurred deep in Earth’s crust.“It was almost sixty miles deep, so that made the difference…The energy dissipated a bit before it reached the surface.”There was still plenty of energy left in the earthquake to shake things up in Talkeetna for the better part of a minute, however. Lauri Stec, who manages Nagley’s General Store on Main Street, says that the only casualty in the store was a single bottle of wine. Nagley’s was open during the earthquake, and Lauri says that out-of-state visitors weren’t quite sure what to do when the building started to shake.“I had some tourists in here. They were looking at us. We’re trying to tell them, ‘Please get away from the shelves. You need to walk outside. We’re having an earthquake.’ So, we ran everyone out the door. Everyone was just starting at the shelves, and we were like, ‘No, you don’t want to be near the shelves.’”A short distance away, Michelle and Jonathan Davis were in their rented room over the Talkeetna Historical Society. They are visiting Alaska from Missouri, and had never experienced an earthquake before. Michelle Davis says the experience is one they won’t likely forget.“Actually, my first thought was that they had decided to demo the building and forgot that we were up here. The whole building was sort of swaying, and it felt like it was going to implode. It was shaking really bad, and we had some things fall off in the kitchen and in the bathroom. It was that momentary shock of, ‘What is this,’ then, ‘Ok, what do we do?’”By early afternoon, life was largely back to business as usual in Talkeetna. All of the area schools report no injuries or significant damage, and people are going about their day. The question people are asking now is, “Is the shaking over?” Natalia Ruppert says that the depth of the earthquake will probably significantly dampen any aftershocks.“Normally, we don’t see that many aftershocks from deep earthquakes…It’s been a few hours, already, and we’ve only seen half-a-dozen aftershocks, and they were all really small.”September is emergency preparedness month. Information regarding how to prepare for the next big earthquake can be found online at www.ready.gov/earthquakes.