World Cup 2018 – Mexico advances to the round of 16!

World Cup 2018 – Mexico advances to the round of 16!

It was imperative that El Tri come out with the same intensity as they had against Germany. South Korea, a very good and physical team had no intentions of laying down for the exciting Mexican club. Mexico began the game dominating early controlling possession and keeping it mostly in S. Korea’s field though shots on

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World Cup 2018: Mexico in Shocking win over Germany!

World Cup 2018: Mexico in Shocking win over Germany!

“Hernandez leads it, to Lozano…cutting…looking…shooting…Lozano! Goal! Mexico Leads!” was the Fox News Broadcast at 34:34 in the first half. The Mexican fans euphoric and the German faithful stunned. Sunday was redemption for coach Juan Carlos Osorio and his team as El Tri defeated Germany 1-0 to take the early lead in Group F at the

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2026 World Cup Bid awarded to North America

2026 World Cup Bid awarded to North America

The last time the world cup came to North America- China had just gotten the internet, the Zapatista Army began its war in Chiapas, Edvard Munch’s painting “The Scream,” was stolen in Oslo and the exchange rate correction of the Mexican peso to the U.S. dollar sent the global market into a tizzy when Mexico’s

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U.S.-Mexico-Canada joint bid submits application to host 2026 World Cup

U.S.-Mexico-Canada joint bid submits application to host 2026 World Cup

The United States, Mexico and Canada formally submitted their joint bid to host the 2026 World Cup on Friday, as did fellow hopefuls Morocco. The deadline has now passed for any other countries to submit a bid, with FIFA due to vote on a winner on June 13. FIFA president Gianni Infantino said: “We have

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In the Twinkle of a rising star

In the Twinkle of a rising star

 On The Tee With Alejandra Llaneza “She would have stayed and fought at Azcapotzalco until the end,” the old timer said. He held his mashie and glanced away from the golf ball sitting down in the rough and seemed to be off in his own reverie, somewhere out across a thousand miles of desert. His

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Lorena Ochoa enters World Golf Hall of Fame, continues to build legacy

Lorena Ochoa enters World Golf Hall of Fame, continues to build legacy

Even the greatest golfers seldom exit on top, but rather tend to fade away in a blur of misplaced optimism and undignified scores. Lorena Ochoa was a rare exception. In May 2010, the Mexican phenom had been ranked No 1 in the world for a record 158 consecutive weeks and had claimed 27 LPGA Tour

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The new design of the Venados Stadium

The new design of the Venados Stadium

The dream of many Venados fans will finally come true very soon with the revamping of Teodoro Mariscal Stadium with an investment of $300 million pesos. The Stadium plans to become one of the best in Latin-America. The first remodeling phase will be ready for the next season 2018-2019. The Venados Club just published pictures of how

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Mexico’s Jhony Corzo Crowned World Champion at 2017 ISA World Surfing Games

Mexico’s Jhony Corzo Crowned World Champion at 2017 ISA World Surfing Games

A historic week of competition at the 2017 ISA World Surfing Games in Biarritz, France concluded on Sunday as an edition to go down in the record books. Mexico’s 18-year-old prodigy Jhony Corzo earned the Gold Medal in the Open Men’s Division, the first-ever individual Medal for Team Mexico that also propelled his team to

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No pushover at Mexico Championship

No pushover at Mexico Championship

Dustin Johnson thought he had the altitude allfigured out. He made four birdies on the back nine at Chapultepec Golf Club and was 2-under par at the turn, right about where he was expected to be in his debut as the No. 1 player in the world at the Mexico Championship. The first hole was

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Mexico’s Diaz gets exemption into WGC-Mexico

Mexico’s Diaz gets exemption into WGC-Mexico

Roberto Diaz  has secured a spot in next week’s WGC-Mexico Championship.  The Official World Golf Ranking lists him as  highest-ranked player from Mexico. Diaz, who played college golf at the University of South Carolina-Aiken and now competes on the Web.com Tour, is ranked 472nd in the world. He lost in a playoff last week at

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2017 Culiacan Caribbean Series

2017 Culiacan Caribbean Series

Culiacan will receive international recognition during the the 2017 Caribbean Series. The Tourism Secretary, Culiacan’s Mayor, tourism service suppliers and business chambers are ready to welcome thousands of local and international visitors from February 1st to 7th who will witness the most important LatinoAmerican baseball series. The Tourism Promotion Board obtained 1 million pesos to promote the Caribbean

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6th edition of Ciclotour

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 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

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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Lorena Ochoa to join Hall of Fame

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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