tennis stars Coming back to emerging athletes, Leylah Fernández is perhaps the most relevant name at the moment. Like many Canadians, she is a first generation Canadian. Her father is Ecuadorian and her mother is Filipino. Her younger sister Bianca
Oklahoma City Thunder’s Chet Holmgren had a break execution in his NBA Summer League debut. The No. 2 pick in the 2022 NBA Draft made four 3-pointers while heading to 23 places, seven bounce back, four helps, and six blocks
He doesn’t play Wimbledon, but he plays in Los Cabos… Russian tennis player Daniel Medvedev, number one in the ATP rankings, was confirmed on Tuesday by the organizers of the Los Cabos Open 2022scheduled from From August 1 to 6.
The ABP has systematically denounced for many years the standardization of marriages of convenience and passports from other countries using the same system that the FEB and the CSD now use, they explain of the union, which understands that this
Faced with the challenges posed by climate change and food security, officials from the Ministry of Agriculture of Mexico and the Ministry of Agriculture and Food of Canada, in collaboration with the Embassy of Canada in our country, they exchanged
The Canadian government will pay the siksikaa western aboriginal group Canada1.3 billion Canadian dollars (approximately 1,034 million US dollars) in compensation for the theft of their land more than a century ago. The payment is part of an agreement signed
The National Stadium in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, saw how the Guatemalan national team beat Canada 4-3 on penalties after drawing 1-1 in extra time, a match for the knockout stages of the FIFA World Cup. Concacaf U-20 world. Loredo made just
the Dutch Max Verstappen (Red Bull)Boss of Formula 1 World Championship, was again the fastest this Friday during the second free practice of the Canadian Grand Prix, the ninth in the World Cup; which takes place on the Gilles Villeneuve
London, England.- Spaniard Carlos Sainz Jr (Ferrari), 27, took the first pole position of his career in Formula 1, this Saturday at the end of the qualifying session for the British Grand Prix, ahead of World Cup leader Dutchman Max
australian tennis player Nick Kyrgios called the Greek Stefanos Tsitsipas of ‘soft’ and defended his controversial on-court performance after the world number five called him a ‘thug’ during their tense match at Wimbledon, the third ‘Grand Slam’ of the season.