Tag Archives: Mexico

Dimitrov Is Ripe

Cataloged great hope for some time, Grigor Dimitrov, who won Sunday at Acapulco, shows since the beginning of the year that is now turned a corner. As a sign of destiny, Grigor Dimitrov, aka “Baby Federer”, won the tournament in Acapulco on Sunday, after the sixth coronation of Switzerland in Dubai. Often compared to former World No. 1 for his ... Read More »

A Gift For Track Cyclists

Gregory Bauge, Francois Pervis and other champions of track cycling have finally Paris a covered velodrome in the Olympic format, they could see for the first time on the site of Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines. “A Christmas before time!” Exclaimed Bauge, triple world champion and individual sprint silver medalist at the London Olympics. “Wow, I’ve never been on a track with such a ... Read More »

Peace After Fists

This is a great child smiling angel, a young man with hard body and dry cordial in behavior, talkative and jovial in tone. But a big kid with a jaw of steel. Michel Etoundi is a Cameroonian boxer 20 years ago, a seed of arrival in the periphery violent and difficult champion Rio de Janeiro at the option of wandering, ... Read More »

BoxIng killing

Saturday evening had yet been exceptional in the world of combat sports. Both side of boxing as mixed martial arts, fans were treated to duels will be among the best in the various journals of the year. Ruslan Provodnikov has clinched the title super lightweight weight WBO beating Mike Alvarado home in Colorado, while Cain Velasquez confirmed his status among ... Read More »