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Alonso enjoys ‘special training' with Maradona in Dubai

Alonso enjoys ‘special training' with Maradona in Dubai 25 February, 2014 Fernanso Alonso with Diego Maradona and Michel Salgado Monday in Dubai was day of mixed training for Fernando Alonso as part of an initiative organised by Ferrari sponsor, Santander, including filming and photography while going through a multi-discipline training programme which ended with a football session with Diego Maradona. Fernando began with some cross training, based on the military style programme, which involved jumping in and out of tyres as quickly as possible. It’s an exercise that works on reflexes and muscle tone. The second part of the programme saw Alonso tackle a kart race at Dubai...
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