3rd day: Extrawurst Morgenlauf (inkl. Video)

Der Morgenlauf ist ja mittlerweile beinahe eine ausgestorbene Tätigkeit. Kaum eine Nation nutzt diesen regelmäßig morgens. Nur die fleißigen Deutschen lieben ihn. Genauer gesagt die Trainer lieben es ihn in den täglichen Ablauf mit einzubauen. Wir Spieler haben zu ihm mittlerweile eine Hass-Liebe entwickelt. Es macht einfach keinen Spaß vor dem Frühstück groß Sport zu machen. Anders herum wissen wir auch von seiner Notwendigkeit. Man kommt einfach schneller und wacher in den in den Tag.

Hier in Indien viel diese Tätigkeit bisher aus. Die Sicherheitsbedingungen ließen es einfach nicht zu. Man lässt uns nicht vom Hotelgelände. Gestern versuchten wir auf dem obersten Stockwerk in Reihe und Glied mehrere Runden zu laufen. Bis eben wieder der Sicherheitsdienst kam und Bedenken anmeldete.

Für heute hatten wir dann zum allgemeinen Entsetzen der Sicherheitskräfte einen Morgenlauf „extern“ angemeldet. So wurden wir mit Bus und der üblichen Sicherheitseskorte in einen nahen Park gefahren. Eine große Extrawurst für uns. Es musste eine ganz andere Strecke als normalerweise zum Stadion abgesperrt werden. Der Park wurde weites gehend abgesperrt und ca. genau so viele Sicherheitsleute wie unsere Laufgruppe stark war, lief mit uns mit. Teils im schwarzen Anzug mit dementsprechenden Lackschuhen, normale Polizisten und auch ein paar Soldaten mit großem Gewehr und Sicherheitsweste.

Nach wenigen Metern fragte eine Anzugsträger einen der Polizisten wie weit bzw. wie lange wir den laufen würden. Er meinte etwas von einigen Kilometern. Wir waren so frei ihm zu verraten, dass wir Minimum 30 Minuten Laufen würden. Er lächelte gequält und meinte irgend etwas von „Na klar, kein Problem…“

Sie hielten alle tapfer durch. Keiner benötigte anschließend oder während dessen Betreuung unserer Physios. Sie bekamen nach dem Lauf auch ordentlich Applaus und Wasser von uns. Allerdings verloren sie das erste mal ihr Lächeln als wir sie mit „see you tomorrow! Verabschiedeten.

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