Print Friendly Version Kundai Maguranyanga had the Bulldogs’ top finish with a second-place showing in the 200 meters Friday evening in 21.56. Victor Peka followed in eighth place. The 60 meters was also fruitful as Sophia Jackson clocked a personal best of 7.80 in the 60 meters to finish fourth while Aaron Chier was eighth in the men’s 60 meters in 7.10. 3,000 Meters9. Joshua Yeager, 8:11.95 A limited squad of Bulldogs made the short trip to Ames, Iowa, in the team’s next-to-last competition before the Missouri Valley Conference Championship at the end of the month. Drake Individual Men’s Results60 Meters (Final)8. Aaron Chier, 7.10 Complete Results (PDF) Iowa State Classic – Feb. 8-9Lied Athletic Recreation Center – Ames, Iowa The Bulldogs return to action next weekend at the Nebraska Tune-Up before traveling to the MVC Championship. Story Links 60 Meters (Prelims)8. Sophia Jackson, 7.84 Weight Throw3. Katelyn Williams, 55-7.5 (16.95m)5. Lexie Chapman, 54-7.5 (16.65m) 200 Meters2. Kundai Maguranyanga, 21.568. Viktor Peka, 21.9517. Aobakwe Malau, 22.28 800 Meters24. Xavier Lechleitner, 1:51.96 400 Meter15. Victoria Coombe, 59.16 Weight Throw4. Joey Harkins, 52-11.5 (16.14m) Shot Put4. Lexie Chapman, 46-2.75 (14.09m)12. Katelyn Williams, 37-8 (11.48m) Drake Individual Women’s Results60 Meters (Final)4. Sophia Jackson, 7.80 Joshua Yeager also earned a personal best in the 3,000 meters with a finish of 8:11.95 to take ninth in the event. Mile21. Kevin Kelly, 4:06.8958. Matt Cozine, 4:15.40 The Drake University track and field teams closed the Iowa State Classic with nine top-10 finishes over two days against strong competition at the Lied Recreation Athletic Center. 60 Meters (Prelims)8. Aaron Chier, 7.10 Drake’s throwers continued their development as freshman Katelyn Williams unleashed a big personal best in the weight throw of 55-7.5 (16.95m), one of the top throws in school history. Teammate Lexie Chapman was fifth in 54-7.5 (16.65m).
4. Turin: Pizza al PadellinoGood things come in small packages and these little delights are no different. These individual pizzas are native to Turin in Northern Italy and unique as they are baked and served in a pan. The distinctive baking style means that the dough is more risen and you get more of a fried crust than other Italian pizzas. Nearly every pizzeria in Turin will serve this indulgent deep pan style, so take your pick and enjoy. Grab a pizza in Turin 1. Naples: Pizza NapoletanaIf pizza is your priority for a trip to Italy then Naples – the birthplace of modern pizza – is the place you need to go. Famously featured in the film Eat, Pray, Love, Pizza Napoletana is the city’s signature dish and it’s not just any pizza. There are very strict rules when it comes to its preparation – only a certain recipe for the dough must be used and only two toppings are allowed. What are my options I hear you cry? Marinara or margherita (don’t even try to ask for pineapple). The end result is a delicious pizza with chewy crusts that traditionally should only be eaten with a knife and fork. Grab a pizza in Naples