Articles about sport

Jorge Campillo

On the road to Dubai

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.

Nacho Elvira

Living for golf

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.

Santi Aldama

A new Spanish bear in Memphis

In 2001, Pau Gasol landed in Memphis at the tender age of 21. The rest is history... Two decades later, and one year younger, Santi Aldama does it again, proving his talent during his debut in the NBA.

Carlos and Raúl García Pierna

The coincidence of causality

The blood of winners, of competitors, of cyclists, courses through the veins of Carlos and Raúl García Pierna. Both brothers have always dreamt of rubbing shoulders with the best. Getting to do it together is a feeling shared by few. Today, more than ever, they’re on the path to achieving this.

Sandra Paños

The keeper of the national team

The Spanish female football team attends the Women’s Euro in England at a great time and, although Sandra Paños, the starting goalkeeper, doesn’t play favourites, she does admit that the team is talented enough to dream big.

Lydia Sempere

The sounds of silence

Lydia Sempere was born with profound bilateral hearing loss. Nobody would have imagined what this young woman from Alicante would be today: a race car driver.

Rafa Nadal Academy

The promise of Dani Rincón and Ariana Geerlings

Dani Rincón and Ariana Geerlings are two of the rising stars within Spanish tennis who train at Rafa Nadal Academy, a place where the values of this tennis player from Manacor can be felt with every step. And every stroke.

Queralt Castellet

A 'rara avis' in the snow

Woman, winter sport and success. Few, very few, can feel represented by these three words in a country like Spain and one of them is Queralt Castellet. A ‘rara avis’ that faced a challenge: the Beijing Games.

Paula Badosa

Blessed pressure

The figure of Paula Badosa rises, after her exceptional end of the season in 2021 and with the permission of Garbiñe Muguruza, as the benchmark that Spanish women's tennis has been yearning for for years.