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The Mexican champion who lives in a shack

Nothing in the life of Sofia Ramos Rodríguez it has been easy. He did not even opt for athletics, since he enjoyed other sports so much, such as gymnastics, that it was difficult for him to bet on just one. Still, that was the least of his worries, forced to fight for her future since she was a child.

Sergio Ramos finally sees the light at the end of the tunnel

Sergio Ramos He has returned to training with his PSG teammates after many weeks away from the group. He has done it in a reduced session, in which there were only footballers who have not been called up with their national teams and in which the Spanish has been able to rejoin the collective dynamics, the first step to assess his return to the playing fields.

Jokic’s aggression that can cost you dearly

In the last play of the meeting between the Denver Nuggets and the Miami Heat, in which the Colorado team, boosted by their audience, easily beat (96-113), the current NBA MVP and star of the Nuggets, Nikola Jokic, lost his papers and attacked Markieff Morris from behind. Although, certainly, the violent reaction of the Serbian was the consequence of a harsh, excessive and out of place foul (the game had already been decided) by the Heat forward, a repeat offender, like his twin Marcus, in the art of foul play.

Alcaraz makes his big debut at the ‘NextGen Finals’

The Spanish tennis player Carlos Alcaraz placeholder image has surpassed the Danish Holger Rune (4-3 (6), 4-2 and 4-0) in its premiere, this Tuesday, in the finals of the ‘NextGen’ de la ATP with a notable superiority at stake over his rival to consolidate the role of favorite he had on the table.

Raúl de Tomás: «I am a devil, but one of the good ones»

A member of the communication department of the Spanish Football Federation tells Raúl de Tomás (Madrid, October 17, 1994) how media attention works in the Spanish team, everything is new for him. He arrives, in a way, by rebounding and at the last minute at Las Rozas, repechage because Ansu Fati was injured with Barcelona, ​​but the truth is that he is backed by an impeccable service record with Espanyol: in 12 games, there are already seven goals and two assists, star numbers for a striker who calls himself RDT because he decided so with a friend when he was at Rayo Vallecano – he will continue to wear that own brand on the Spanish shirt – and who appears to be arrogant and arrogant that is lost in the face to face. He speaks well and talks about everything, so fashionable that he has been one of the players with the most interview requests for this concentration in which Spain plays the direct pass to the Qatar World Cup with two decisive matches against Greece (tomorrow, in Athens) and Sweden (on Sunday, at La Cartuja). RDT, who takes it out on boxing and his horses, who is full of tattoos and who weighs all the food before eating, fulfills his ambition to be the forward of Spain.

A woman against cycling figures

The first was Miguel Induráin in 1992 and the last Primoz Roglic in the year of the pandemic. In between, the most glorious names of the last three decades of cycling have once conquered the ‘Velo d’or’ (Golden Bicycle), a format similar to the footballing Golden Ball, with journalists’ voting and organized by a French magazine, Velo Magazine. Pantani, Jalabert, Rominger, the now invisible Armstrong, Boonen, Cancellara, Froome, Sagan, Alaphilippe … Alejandro Valverde once achieved it and the record is held by Alberto Contador, four trophies between 2007 and 2014. Weighty names in cycling , but never with a woman’s name. This award does not distinguish between genders, boys and girls compete in the same ranking, although their calendars never coincide. For the first time a female has the same possibilities as men. There are eleven male cyclists and she, the Dutch Annemiek van Vleuten, the world number one who runs for the Movistar.

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