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Deyna Castellanos: the Venezuelan who is taking over college football

The success of the Venezuelan began in the 'Vinotinto' National Team and has already transferred her to the United States university football.

Will there be an NFL team in Las Vegas?

In paper everything seems very nice, but in fact, the move scheduled for the 2020 season could have more negative consequences than positive

Amazing! 5 goalkeepers who have scored more goals than some forwards

It is not necessary to play an offensive position to score goals, and these 5 goalkeepers demonstrate that with goalscoring figures that surpass that of many other soccer players

Get ready! VAR is coming to Qatar 2022 qualifiers

Although is already used in the Copa Libertadores and Sudamericana, it will be the first time that Conmebol uses the VAR for the road to Qatar 2022

Everything you should know about sudden death in marathons

3 people recently died in marathons held in Latin America. LatamPost consulted an expert to find out why these unfortunate events happened

These 3 teams have suffered 'punishments from beyond'

In LatinAmerican Post we compile the stories of three great sports institutions that at some point in their history have been victims of the 'beyond'

These are the famous athletes who have supported presidential candidates

From Ronaldinho to LeBron James, and from Jair Bolsonaro to Donald Trump. These are the cases of athletes and politicians who have linked for the same purpose

Odell Beckham Jr: an NFL career full of ups and downs  

One of the best receivers in the league has not been able to prevent the New York Giants from losing seven matches on the first eight dates of the NFC East

River vs Boca: This is what the Libertadores final left us

In the first final of the Copa Libertadores, Boca and River tied for two goals. The second match will be held on November 24 at the Monumental Stadium

Tatiana Calderón: A story full of achievements

Tatiana Calderón became the first Latin American woman to drive in Formula One

Bribes and corruption? 3 cases in Latin American football

Mexico, Bolivia, and Colombia are examples of countries that have caused great commotion and repercussion, due to their corruption in soccer leagues

Find out the best records and fun facts of Formula 1

We show you the records and the curiosities you should know about Formula 1

River vs Boca: 6 fun facts about the Libertadores final

In LatinAmerican Post we show you some curiosities of the Argentinian classic, which will be this Saturday, November 10

Venezuela's crisis also affects baseball

Nowadays, even the passion for baseball is not enough to distract Venezuelans from so many difficulties

This is the NFL project that is almost a reality

In 2016, the NFL announced its desire to have a league team based in London. Today is almost a reality

Meet the Latin American soccer team that wants to emulate Peru

Like the national team Inca, El Salvador aims to qualify for another FIFA World Cup

Everything you need to know about the Club World Cup

After the mid-year announcement of the format change for 2021, the UAE is preparing to organize a new edition in December

That's love for a shirt! 5 players who never changed teams

Football players who achieved what few dare to do: dedicate their entire career to the same club

These are the 3 technical directors that have lasted the longest in a football selection

The continuity of processes of the national combinations depends on several factors and in Latinamerican Post we review some examples of them

Women's football in Latin America: myth or reality?

The continent has more established championships for women in Brazil, Chile, and Colombia. But in Argentina, they still are working on making it possible

For soccer lovers: which is the best league in the world?

The income and the number of fans per game are some of the things that must be taken into account to determine which league is the best

Venezuelan athletes: another side of the crisis

Venezuela's crisis also affects athletes. Such is the case of Dídimo Sánchez, Julio Mirena, and Lilibeth Chacón. LatinAmerican Post talked with them

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