Talent, embodied by big names from the world of culture and sports like Rozalén, Itziar Ituño, Teresa Helbig, Pedro Paricio, Dabiz Muñoz, Suso33, Niko Shera, Ray Zapata, or Silvia Mas, is the protagonist of Iberia’s new safety video.
Just a few days before the Tokyo Games, Irene Sánchez-Escribano felt her left foot crack. Tests confirmed the worse-case scenario: a broken second metatarsal bone. A severe blow. This summer, she’s working slow and steady towards Paris.
Juan de la Torre (Xak)
Breaking will make its debut at the next Olympic Games and Spain has one of the best b-boys in the world: Juan de la Torre, better known as Xak. Do you want to learn more about him and this sport?
Adriana Cerezo and Hugo G. de Oliveira
To understand their passion for taekwondo and swimming, we must look back, specifically at a grandfather who watched martial arts films with his granddaughter, and to a father who taught his son to swim at the tender age of one.
What do the rising stars of Spanish sport have in common? Sacrifice, hard work, training and talent, a lot of talent. Discover a generation that is set to leave its mark.
Together with jockey Julia Zambudio, we visit the Hipódromo de la Zarzuela in Madrid. During the tour, this girl tells us what it's like to live among horses: looking after, training and riding them!
Silvia Mas and Diego Gª Carrera
Yachtswoman Silvia Mas and walker Diego Gª Carrera, both members of the Iberia Talento a bordo Team, show us what their day-to-day is like preparing for the next Olympic Games and come together to share confidences.
Iberia Talento a bordo Team
Iberia proves its commitment to Spanish sports talent by supporting a group of 12 athletes on their path towards the Paris Olympics.
Spain at Qatar
Former manager Javier Clemente, retired international football player Marcos Senna, and journalist Lara Gandarillas analyse Spain’s chances at the next World Cup, and are optimistic.
This golfer from Extremadura reaches the Open de España after a season where he came fourth at the Omega European Masters and ninth at the Italian Open. His goal? Qualifying for the final in Dubai, playing the British Open in 2023 and, above all, continuing to enjoy a sport he’s passionate about.
We chat to Nacho Elvira, Spanish golfer and winner of the 2021 Wales Cazoo Open. This golfer from Cantabria takes stock before the acciona Open de España presented by Madrid and goes over his career, personal life, and view on talent.