Mexico fined over fan chants-again

Mexico has been fined again for the chants of their supporters, this time for homophobic chants at the match vs. the United States last month and FIFA continues to look into another similar incident. FIFA assessed a US$20,000 fine on Monday on the Mexican Federation for “improper conduct among its own group of spectators”. The chants were identified

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6th edition of Ciclotour

1,470 cyclists participated in Mazatlan’s annual Cyclotour. Inaugurated six years ago, the tour covers either 75 or 140 kilometers through the city of Mazatlan and surrounding towns.  The Organizers of the event donated 76 bikes to young students  from La Noria and Recodo. These kids have to walk several kilometers just to get to school. The starting line

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Kenyans dominate 2016 Pacific Marathon

Kenyans once again ran away with top place finishes in the 2016 Pacific Marathon completed in Mazatlan today. Sinaloa’s Governor Mario Lopez acted as the official starter accompanied by Mayor Carlos Felton and Antonio Toledo President of the Pacific Marathon. The race started at 6:15 am led by disabled athletes  and were followed by the rest of the

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Baseball Ceremony

The magic of baseball is the key to success and happiness – that is how Juan Jose Hernandez’s defines his life briefly. Hernandez won 15 medals at National competitions (9 gold, 3 silver and 3 copper) and Pan-american championships. He is named as the Sports King and he is a proud Sinaloan. In a recognition

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“Great White Shark” visits Playa Espiritu

The Legendary Professional Golfer Greg Norman “Great White Shark”,  visited the touristic complex Playa Espiritu, in Teacapan Escuinapa. Norman is considered as one of the most successful athlete-turned-businessman in the world. He is known as much for his entrepreneurial spirit in the boardroom as his dominance on the golf course. The visit was coordinated by Fonatur (Tourism

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NFL Presence in Mexico to generate 80 million dollars

The head of the Ministry of Finance José Antonio Meade, estimated that the presence of the NFL in Mexico generated approximately 80 million dollars, which shows confidence in Mexico and its economy. The official announced that he met with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell, and discussed the importance of Mexico for that organization in connection with the match

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Mexico does well in soccer

PANAMA CITY — Mexico ended 2016 with a record-reading 15 games played, 11 victories, three draws and only one defeat. The ugly 0-0 draw against Panama on Tuesday wasn’t exactly the statement of intent with which El Tri would’ve hoped to finish the year, but just how tricky the circumstances are for Mexico when it

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Lorena Ochoa to join Hall of Fame

She will be the first Mexican-born member and the youngest woman to be inducted. Lorena Ochoa will be among the 2017 inductees into the World Golf Hall of Fame, the first Mexican-born golfer to be chosen. The 37th woman to be inducted, Ochoa, 34, is also the first Latin American and the youngest woman to

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