The Lightning is in luck. Dimitrievski will wear the Strip until 2024, after both sides have reached an agreement for renewal. The Macedonian goalkeeper, 26, has become the undisputed holder, since Alberto García’s serious injury, and this season already has 1,440 minutes in sixteen games. Participations that have seasoned with large stops. That made El Rayo decided to exercise the option to buy the last winter market by the keeper, at which time its continuity was announced until 2022. A term that has increased by two years, as announced on Monday. However, Dimitrievsky’s has not been the only renewal that has been announced in recent days. Also Catena will continue until 2023. Dimi arrived in Vallecas in the 2018-19 season, in which he played 1,890 minutes and conquered the heart of the fans based on good performances. In fact, following stop a penalty to Valladolid in the last breath (the Lightning ended up winning 0-1), an amateur rayista created a petition in change.org to sanctify it INMA FLORES (DAILY AS) Dimitrievski, in numbersStole Dimitrievski is the goalkeeper who catches the most balls of Second. The franjirrojo has done it on 16 occasions, ahead of Munir (14, Málaga) and Caro (12, former of Ponferradina and now in Valladolid). Further, its percentage of stops is 75.41 (is in the ‘top ten’ of the category), making a total of 46 (29 inside the area and 17 outside it).
“If it was up to me and to a lot of other people, the “If it was up to me and to a lot of other people, the decision to put a sport in (the Olympics) will be based on how important Olympics was to that sport and to its athletes,” Ghosal commented. “And for squash it is the biggest thing ever when you have someone like Nicole David, who has won 7 or 8 World Opens, saying she was going to give up every World Open title for that one Olympic medal. That shows you how much that Olympic medal means to us squash players,” he said. “Unfortunately nothing much is going to change for 2016 (Rio) Olympics and from what we know squash is out of the running for 2020 (Tokyo) Olympics as well, which is terribly sad for us. “But moving into the future, we certainly hope that the IOC may look at restructuring their decision, making a process to include sports which truly wants to be there,” he added. Joshna said the world squash body was doing its utmost to have the sport included in the Olympic programme. “The World Squash Federation is doing the best it can to convince the IOC to make squash an Olympic sport. But at the end of the day it is not up to them. Ultimately it is the IOC that has to decide. Till they change their views on what sport should be included we cant really do much. “There is an outside chance in 2024, but it remains to be seen how the sport is promoted, at what level it is taken up internationally and all those factors are going to play a huge part,” she remarked. “In the meantime we are not sweating about it. Personally for me, I might have missed my chance to play in the Olympics. At some point I do feel that we should be there and it would be great to represent India and aspire for a medal. That would be the highlight of anyones career. But as of now, I am just trying to do the best I can with what I can achieve,” she concluded. PTI NRB SSR DK SSC SSC BASadvertisement