Bale Targeting Wales Fitness Boost

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There had been speculation that Real would ask Wales manager Chris Coleman to leave Bale out of the upcoming matches, in Macedonia on September 6 and against Serbia in Cardiff on September 10, so as not to risk him getting injured again. However, speaking in his first press conference as a Real Madrid player, the 24-year-old confirmed he would join up with the Wales squad and insisted he wanted to play. “It’s not been ideal but I’ve been doing my fitness training and I will meet up with Wales,” he said. “I haven’t had a lot of match time so that will help my fitness, as well as it being an honour to play for my country. “It’s well known I had a slight injury, which took me a bit of time, but I always wanted to be here in the white shirt of Madrid and hopefully I can get match-time with Wales and come back fit.
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Fitness Calendar: Back to Football fun run set for Saturday

The 5K run and 1-mile walk format makes it friendly for all fitness levels. Participants are encouraged to wear red, white and blue. 5K registration for police, firefighters and those serving in the military is $20. Registration for the untimed 5K is $25, $30 for the timed 5K.
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Bale targeting Wales fitness boost - Football - World Cup

Veterans are attempting to hold onto their lucrative golf careers for one more season, while the youngsters are trying to break through to the bright lights and big purses of the PGA Tour. Instead of a grueling, stress-filled, gut-wrenching, 90-hole Q-School, tour cards will be awarded after four 72-hole tournaments that each offer a $1 million purse. One bad hole or round will not completely dash a players hopes of earning a 2014 PGA Tour card. Twenty-five professionals already earned their 2014 tour cards by finishing inside the top 25 on the Tour money list at the end of their regular season. Michael Putnam finished the season as the top money earner with $480,000 and was awarded his 2014 PGA Tour card after the Cox Classic. Harry How/Getty Images Trevor Immelman won the 2008 Masters.
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