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  • Skateboarding To Be an Olympic Sport in Tokyo 2020

    Skateboarding To Be an Olympic Sport in Tokyo 2020

    Por: Cynjen Romero Garcia   |   Hace 3 semanas

    New sports will enter this competition in 4 years

    Tokyo, Japan delighted the entire world with a wonderful presentation at the Closing Ceremonies for the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. It was a show that embraced significant elements of both its traditional and new pop culture, as well as heavy use of technology. If you don’t believe us, just ask Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. Visually speaking, Japan will probably bring us...

  • I’m Mexican and I look like one , Alexa Moreno

    "I’m Mexican and I look like one", Alexa Moreno

    Por: Redacción   |   Hace 1 mes

    The gymnast opened up to the media about all those negative comments regarding her looks at the Rio Olympics

    After her participation in the Rio de Janeiro Olympics of 2016 on August 8th, gymnast Alexa Moreno was highly criticized in all social media because of her appearance. Last Wednesday she agreed to an interview with BBC and talked about the impact these negative comments had on her. “I felt sad, it did hurt. I’m not a robot who doesn’t feel,” said Alexa, who was the only Mexican who...

  • This French Athlete got Diarrhea and Fainted in the Middle of an Olympic Race

    This French Athlete got Diarrhea and Fainted in the Middle of an Olympic Race

    Por: Redacción   |   Hace 1 mes

    But he accomplished the mission

    The french race walking athlete, Yohann Diniz , proved in Rio 2016 than nothing and nobody is able to stop him in his goals. Long story short, the athlete got diarrhea (it is unknown if he got symptoms before) during the competition at the Olympics today, and if that wasn't inconvenient enough, he was in first place when it happened. Here’s an image of this incident that is not...

  • The Long Journey of Saul Gutierrez s Mother to Get to Rio

    The Long Journey of Saul Gutierrez's Mother to Get to Rio

    Por: Juanfutbol   |   Hace 1 mes

    She will be able to see his son after all

    The mother of Tae Kwon Do Athlete, Saul Gutierrez , had already given up on the chance of seeing his son compete at the Olympics, for she had not get a ticket to fly, BUT, her friends gave her a surprise. “I’ve already given up with the idea. Plans were to gather at a school in Queretaro and watch him, but turns out my friends got a ticket for me.” said Evelia in an interview. ...

  • San Diego Snatches 5 Medals in Rio So Far; Mexico, None

    San Diego Snatches 5 Medals in Rio So Far; Mexico, None

    Por: Redacción   |   Hace 1 mes

    And there’s still seven local athletes fighting for more

    There are only 4 days left until the Olympics are over, but San Diegans that are part of the U.S. delegation in Rio de Janeiro can feel very proud of what they have achieved, for there’s already five medals in their possession. While our neighbors south of the border are holding their breath for just one medal, the U.S. delegation has won 86 medals total, 28 gold, the undisputed leader in...

  • This Olympic Sprinter is Trained by His Grandmother

    This Olympic Sprinter is Trained by His Grandmother

    Por: Redacción   |   Hace 1 mes

    And broke the world record

    Wayde Van Nieker , a South African sprinter, broke the world record last week in the 400 m. race, and his personal trainer is his grandmother, believe it or not. Turns out that former sprinter, Ans Botha, has been training runners since the 60s, and she chose her grandson as her apprentice. Apprentice and trainer win gold in Rio. Photo: Daily Mail ...

  • Chargers want hotel tax hike for $1.8B ‘convadium’

    Chargers want hotel tax hike for $1.8B ‘convadium’

    Por: San Diego Union-Tribune   |   Hace 6 meses

    NFL stadium with convention center would aim for two-thirds majority vote

    The Chargers will ask San Diego voters in November to raise taxes on hotel stays to 16.5 percent from today’s 12.5 percent rate to help build a $1.8 billion hybrid stadium and convention center next to Petco Park downtown, said sources close to the team’s negotiations with lawyers, bankers and the hotel industry. Paying for the project would fall solely upon hotel guests, the Chargers and...

  • Xolos, One of the Worse Teams to Play at Home This Season

    Xolos, One of the Worse Teams to Play at Home This Season

    Por: Luis Hernández   |   Hace 7 meses

    Just three points from 12 possible ones

    What used to be a strong suit and one of the hardest tests in all of the Primera División, has now became barely an obstacle for other teams to come to our city and take with them at least one point. The Caliente stadium, home to the Tijuana Xolos, is currently third from the bottom on the local matches table, with four games with three tied and one lost. Among the teams at the bottom...

  • NFL Teams to Play In Mexico This Year

    NFL Teams to Play In Mexico This Year

    Por: Oscar Montoya   |   Hace 7 meses

    It’ll be made official this Friday on a press conference

    These week’s rumors have been confirmed: the NFL will host a regular season game at Azteca Stadium in Mexico City and will be officially announced on Friday before the Super Bowl. During the traditional press conference before the biggest sport event in the nation, Commissioner Roger Goodell is expected to announce the game. The press conference will take place at 11:30 am local time. ...

  • Is Baja About to Ban Bullfighting?

    Is Baja About to Ban Bullfighting?

    Por: Yanula Ramírez   |   Hace 7 meses

    The centuries old tradition and source of controversy is on the ropes in Mexico

    This Sunday, more than 45,000 spectators rushed to the biggest bullfighting ring in the world, Plaza México, filling it to capacity like never before. Thousand of souls looking to celebrate the ancestral rite that is bullfighting in Mexico City, selling out tickets,a contrast to Baja California in the north, where just a few days ago, a congressional committee in its local legislature voted to...