Tejo, Colombia's ancestral sport

Tejo or turmequé was recognized by the Congress of the Republic of Colombia as a national sport in the year 2000

Daniuska Rodríguez (dark red) playing against Peru (white)

Women´s Football in Latin America

The female sport has moved up from the shadow to a first division activity in the region.

cycling Heroes

Colombia, Land of cycling Heroes

The South American country has been characterized for being an international powerhouse of the cycling world.

Venezuela Baseball

The chance that Venezuela missed

The 2018 Baseball Series will no longer be held in Venezuela but rather in México according to the Caribbean Professional Baseball Confederation

Three, two, one, jump

Three, two, one, jump!

People from around the globe travel to Flandes to skydive

Colombia and cycling

Colombia and cycling: reviving an old flame

For more than ten years, the country hadn’t felt as excited for cycling as it does today

Miguel Cabrera

Venezuelan big leaguers strike back amid turmoil back home

Miguel Cabrera and other Venezuelan-born major league ballplayers break with norm of playing it safe politically with baseball-loving homeland rocked by violence and skyrocketing inflation.

Lionel Messi & Cristiano Ronaldo

Carles Puyol: Lionel Messi better than Cristiano Ronaldo

Cristiano Ronaldo one of the greatest but Lionel Messi better, says Carles Puyol at U-17 FIFA World Cup event

Uruguay to be LatAm's pioneer in ABS brakes for motorcycles

Uruguay is joining Brazil and Argentina as a pioneer in Latin America by requiring anti-lock braking systems (ABS)

World Superbikes set for South America debut in 2018

The World Superbike championship has announced an Argentina round is lined up to join the 2018 calendar at the all-new Villicum circuit which is currently under construction

Mercedes-Benz will build Sprinter in Argentina

Daimler's Mercedes-Benz Vans said it was spending US$150m to build the next generation Sprinter large van in Argentina.

Peru back on 2018 Dakar Rally track with Bolivia, Argentina

Peru filed a bid to be part of 2017 Dakar, but then had to withdraw appeal due to apprehensions surrounding the natural disasters caused by El Nino.

This Is the world’s first 3D-printed “Supercar”

Divergent 3D has shown off the Blade Supercar, the first-ever 3D-printed sports car capable of reaching 97 km (60 mph) in 2.2 seconds.

New Nissan Z-car concept gearing up for Tokyo 2017

Nissan is building a new Z that German rivals will find hard to catch. A concept is due this year and it'll go on sale in 2019

Electric vehicle that can go 400 Miles on a single charge

Lucid Motors has unveiled specs for its Air EV, an electric car with a range of 400 miles and an option for a 130kWh battery, the largest in the auto world.

Electric Maserati ALFIERI may bow in 2020

Move over Tesla, Porsche, and Mercedes-Benz — an electric Maserati Alfieri is in the works.

Semi-Autonomous Is As Far As Porsche Will Take It

Ok yeah, these are mainly images of a Porsche 918 Spyder, but that's because it's the closest thing to an all-electric car by the automaker so far.

Daniel Suarez wins Xfinity Series's NASCAR championship

El campeon! Daniel Suarez wins Xfinity Series finale to become NASCAR's 1st foreign champ

BMW’s Futuristic Motorcycle Is So Safe, It Doesn’t Require a Helmet

BMW's Motorrad VISION NEXT 100 features considerable improvements to a vehicle that has remained essentially the same since its invention in 1894.

More than 300 classic cars to be displayed at Guatemala festival

More than 300 vintage and classic vehicles of different makes, models and countries of manufacture dating from 1901 to 1980 will be exhibited this coming weekend in Guatemala during the 10th “El Rock de los Carros” festival.

McLaren P14 - 650S replacement spotted testing

Known internally as the McLaren P14, the 650S's successor will arrive in 2018 with even more extreme styling than that of the P1 hypercar

Aston Martin’s hypercar will generate 2 tons of downforce

Aston Martin and Red Bull Racing’s long-rumored hypercar is getting closer to destroying streets -- that’s no overstatement.

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