Son returns to Tottenham

first_imgRelatedPosts EPL: Son fires four past Southampton Son set for South Korea military service Everton’s Gomes to have surgery on broken ankle Tottenham forward Son Heung-min has travelled back to London ahead of a possible return to training.The 27-year-old spent time in Seoul after completing his compulsory national service in the South Korean Military Corps, where he finished among the top five performers. He made his way back to London on Saturday and will not have to self-isolate unless he tests positive for coronavirus, in line with Premier League and Government protocols.That means Son is set to be back at the club’s Hotspur Way training ground next week for solo sessions and could be free to join in group training as and when the Premier League allows it.The coronavirus pandemic has allowed Son to fully recover from a broken arm, which looked set to rule him out for the season, while also giving him a chance to carry out his national service without it impacting on his career.He was due to serve 21 months but earned an exemption after being part of his national team which won the Asian Games in 2018 and, as a result, only had to complete three weeks.Tags: Hotspur WaySon Heung-minTottenham Hotpsurlast_img read more

Matt Homich wins 10K race in Roger Willey Memorial

first_img Hugh BowdenExecutive EditorHugh writes editorials, covers Hancock County sports and helps out where needed in The American’s editorial department. When he’s not on the sidelines, he enjoys playing jazz and tennis. hbowden@ellsworthamerican.com Like he did in the ’60s, Noel Paul Stookey sings out in troubling times – December 27, 2017 GSA surges in 4th to win Northern Maine title – February 26, 2017 Latest Posts Is this the kind of government we deserve? – July 10, 2017 Latest posts by Hugh Bowden (see all) Homich, 26, pulled away from runner-up Andrew Kephart, 29, of Ellsworth as the race wore on, finishing with a time of 35 minutes and 47 seconds in the field of 46 runners.Kephart crossed the finish line in 37:04 to win the age group for men ages 20-29, and Kevin Gravina, 35, of Cambridge, Mass., was third in 37:30, winning the age group for men ages 30-39.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textWomen’s winner Meaghan Monroe, 28, also from Cambridge, was fourth overall in 42:14.Other age group winners:Women ages 20-29 – Kassandra Strout, 24, of Trenton, 11th in 48:16.Women ages 30-39 – Laureen Libby, 37, of Frankfort, seventh in 47:24.Women ages 40-49 – Michelle Gagnon, 48, of Ellsworth, eighth in 47:37.Men ages 40-49 – Stephen Sullivan, 41, of Ellsworth, 10th in 47:50.Women ages 50-59 – Lisa Tweedie, 51, of Bar Harbor, 20th in 52:53.Men ages 50-59 – Stephen Whalen, 52, of Tremont, fifth in 43:41.Men ages 60-69 – Tom Murphy, 62, of Ellsworth, 17th in 51:04.Men ages 70 and over – Bob Bachorik, 70, of Ellsworth, 24th in 57:10.A field of 47 runners also competed in the five-kilometer race, with Toby Walls, 4, of Barnet, Vt., taking top honors in 19:09.Robin Clarke, 44, of Ellsworth was the first woman to finish, placing seventh overall in 21:47.Male and female age group winners:Youth ages 0-10 – Caleb Hicks, 9, of Franklin, ninth in 22:46; Olivia Hicks, 7, of Franklin, 21st in 27:21.Youth ages 11-19 – Evan Merchant, 13 of Beals, fifth in 20:46; Payton Hicks, 11, of Franklin, 19th in 26:53.Ages 20-29 – James Perry Jr., 25, of Eastbrook, second in 19:39; Angelica Carr, 26, of Northeast Harbor, 11th in 23:33.Ages 30-39 – Chris Wentworth, 36, of Franklin, fourth in 20:39; Eliza Murphy, 36, of Hancock, 18th in 26:46.Ages 40-49 – Zac Gilhooleyl, 40, of Bar Harbor, sixth in 21:31; Holly Perry, 47, of Milbridge, 43rd in 38:19.Ages 50-59 – Chris Holt, 42, of Ellsworth, third in 20:06; Marion Frehill, 50, of Mariaville, 30th in 31:10.Ages 60-69 – Bill Hansen, 69, of Surry, 17th in 26:13; Robin Emery, 67, of Lamoine, 31st in 31:21.Ages 70 and over – Lloyd Harmon, 73, of Ellsworth, 15th in 25:30. Matt Homich (138) and Andrew Kephart, both of Ellsworth, run together in the early going of Saturday’s Roger Willey 10-kilometer race. Homich pulled away from Kephart and went on to win the event by more than a minute.ELLSWORTH — Matt Homich of Ellsworth finished more than a minute ahead of his nearest challenger in winning the 10-kilometer race of Saturday’s annual Roger Willey Memorial competition. Biolast_img read more