A week in a glance:
- Javier Gómez Noya won a new Triathlon, thit time the IronMan 70.3 in Staffordshire (uk) with 4h02’13” in a quite challenging course. Last year he won the ITU titol (Olympic distance) and the 70.3 one (half IronMan). Another proof that he’s the most complete athlete of the world. Let’s see how this season goes (he’s leading the ITU world series currently) and next year in the Olympic Games.
- “La Copa América” is held by Chile this year. Football is the national sport in south america and the crowds are flooding the stadiums.
In countries like Argentina, when a World Cup is being broadcast, they even stop the classes at the schools.
- Same ball but in Women, the FIFA World Cup is held by Canada. The warriors are offering a great performance and they are shouting for a recognize into the sport. Great!
- In the NBA, the Golden State Warriors brought the trophy back to the bay, with an overall result of 4-2 vs the Clevelands of Lebron James.
Let’s see what the new week brings!
Have a great Monday,