It is with much sorrow that we in Latino Sports say “Goodbye” to the physical presence of a great man who was and will continue to be a great symbol for love, compassion and peace. Mandela started his career as a boxer and perhaps that is why he understood the power of sports to help change the world. We will ... Read More »
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It is with much sorrow that we in Latino Sports say “Goodbye” to the physical presence of a great ma...
Though December is the month of the Holiday Season and many students are anxiously awaiting Christma...
For the past 13 years Latino Sports has commemorated December remembering that on December 31st Robe...
Bronx, NY - The South Bronx still has some of the worst health indicators in the city. Much of it ha...
Julio Pabón, President and Founder of Latino Sports interviews with the leading community Bronx cabl...
Though December is the month of the Holiday Season and many students are anxiously awaiting Christmas vacation many don’t mind doing extra work to honor a great humanitarian and super star baseball player, Roberto Clemente. For the past 13 years Latino Sports has been honoring Clemente with 21 days of information and showcasing of his work, his career and his ... Read More »
For the past 13 years Latino Sports has commemorated December remembering that on December 31st Roberto Clemente died in a plane crash delivering badly needed supplies to ravaged stricken Nicaragua who had suffered a devastating earthquake. The month of December is also about learning that it is about “giving.” What better way to learn about giving than to learn about ... Read More »
Bronx, NY - The South Bronx still has some of the worst health indicators in the city. Much of it having to do with poverty which leads to many other health issues. Healthy eating continues to plague the area with some of the highest obesity rates as well as other health issue for children. The South Bronx is also where ... Read More »
Julio Pabón, President and Founder of Latino Sports interviews with the leading community Bronx cable news network, BronxNet. This is his first interview returning to Latino Sports after taking a leave of absence to run for City Council in his South Bronx district where he has lived since coming from Puerto Rico at the age of four. Pabón speaks about ... Read More »
In 2011, there were more than 46,000 finishers, the most ever. In 2012 the Marathon was cancelled due to Hurricane Sandy. In 2013 the Bronx will welcome back the New York City Marathon with THE BRONX IS MUSIC. This is our way to welcome back the NYC Marathon and help make The ING New York City Marathon continue to grow ... Read More »
I found the attached article titled: Socialism & Sports that gives some very interesting information about the economic and sociological impact of many of the sports that we as fans love to watch. The breakdown of the unions for the players, or better yet the “Players Associations” is also quite interesting. Enjoy the reading. SOURCE Read More »
The Big East conference has undergone some seismic shifts in the past few years as it has seen many of its members such as Syracuse, Boston College, the University of Miami, and the University of Pittsburgh bolt for the greener grass in terms of TV and licensing money of the Atlantic Coast Conference. Last year, the Big East, which has ... Read More »
Dear Writing Class, I wanted to take a moment to thank you and Mr. Castillo for having me be part of your Writing Class last Thursday. I enjoyed our conservation about Writing and the dedication behind it. Your questions were well-thought-out and I appreciate the energy you brought to the class on that cloudy and rainy morning. I encourage you ... Read More »
*This article originally appeared on CarInsurance.org. Motor vehicle accidents are the leading cause of injury and death among children of all ages in the U.S. The lifesaving power of seat belts and booster seats is well-proven, but with safety recommendations and regulations changing practically yearly, it can be difficult for parents to keep up. How can parents know when a high-priced booster ... Read More »