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WAGs of the Copa America 2015

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Beautiful and supportive of their husbands/boyfriends, no international competition is complete without the WAGs, here are some of the best from this years Copa America…

WAG Carol Cabrino – Marquinhos
Carol Cabrino is a young Brazilian singer.
Just 19 years old, she met the Parisian defender through social media.
“We became friends and decided one day to meet in Brazil” she told Brazilian website UOL “And at first glance, it was love at first sight.”
Chiara Picone – Javier Pastore
 
Javier Pastore really hit the top corner with this WAG. The Argentine has been in a relationship with the beautiful Chiara Picone for nearly five years.
She is currently pregnant, and will give birth to the first child of the PSG man soon.
Vanessa Martins – Willian
Vanessa Martins, is a lawyer and the wife of the Chelsea and Brazil winger Willian.
The couple got married in 2011, four years after they had met.
The couple also gave birth to twins, Manuella and Valentina, born on February 9, 2012.

WAG Daniela Collet – Eduardo Vargas
Daniela Collet is the girlfriend of Eduardo Vargas, often called “Edu”. The Chilean striker spent last season with Queens Park Rangers, where he was on loan.
After a difficult season which ended in relegation, no doubt the presence of his beautiful companion will help him shine in the Copa America.
WAG Andreína Fiallo – Fredy Guarin
The beautiful Colombian is married to Inter Milan’s Fredy Guarin. The two reside in Italy where Guarin plays his football, and they have two children, Daniel Alejandro Guarin Fiallo (born May 2005) and Danna Fernanda Guarín Fiallo (born 18 February 2011).
WAG Karin Jiménez – Santiago Arías
Karin Jiménez is a Colombian model born in 1991, who is married to Colombian defender, Santiago Arías.
The couple reside in Eindhoven, the Netherlands, were Arias plays for PSV. The two married in 2013, both at the age of 21.
WAG Antonella Roccuzzo – Lionel Messi
 
Although they have known each other for many years, it was not until 2009 that the couple formalized their relationship, she gave birth to their son, Thiago, in 2012.

A former student in nutritional science, the Argentine is also a fashion model in her spare time.
A loyal supporter of her husband, we can regularly see her in the stands of the Nou Camp.

 WAG Lorelei Taron – Radamel Falcao

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Top 10 Best-Selling Sports Books

Do you still read books or only internet news?
According to The New York Times, here are the best selling sports books:
Trying to decide what to read on the beach this holiday weekend? Here are the best-selling sports books in May 2015, according to the New York Times best-seller list.
1. THE BOYS IN THE BOAT by Daniel James Brown (Penguin). The University of Washington’s eight-oar crew and its quest for gold at the 1936 Berlin Olympics.
2. UNBROKEN by Laura Hillenbrand (Random House). An Olympic runner’s story of survival as a prisoner of the Japanese in World War II; now a movie.
3. MY FIGHT / YOUR FIGHT by Ronda Rousey with Maria Burns Ortiz (Regan Arts). An Olympic judo medalist and Ultimate Fighting Championship women’s bantamweight champion and Hollywood celebrity tells her story.
4. H IS FOR HAWK by Helen Macdonald (Grove/Atlantic Inc.). A British woman who is also a lifelong falconer raises a fierce goshawk, rekindling the spirit of an Arthurian sport as she reflects and quotes from T. H. White’s book “The Goshawk.”
5. PEDRO by Pedro Martinez and Michael Silverman (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt). Memoir from an eight-time All-Star, three-time Cy Young Award winner and World Series champion pitcher.
6. THE JOURNEY HOME by Jorge Posada (Dey Street/HarperCollins). A former Yankees catcher tells his story, from the ball fields of Puerto Rico to behind home plate at Yankee Stadium.
7. THE A SWING by David Leadbetter with Ron Kaspriske (St. Martin’s). A golf instructor shares the evolution of his swing theories.
8. NATURAL BORN HEROES by Christopher McDougall (Knopf).Scrutinizing historical and contemporary figures, the author of “Born to Run” discusses what makes a hero and what fitness techniques we can learn from some of them.
9. TY COBB by Charles Leerhsen (Simon & Schuster). A biography that takes another look at a controversial outfielder who died in 1961.
10. EVERY DAY I FIGHT by Stuart Scott with Larry Platt (Blue Rider). A memoir by an ESPN anchor and commentator who died of cancer in January.
And One . . .
11. BIG DATA BASEBALL by Travis Sawchik (Flatiron). The end of the Pittsburgh Pirates’ 20-year streak of losing seasons came in 2013 when the team adopted big-data strategies.
What is your opinion?

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The Best-Selling Sports Books

According to The New York Times, here are the best selling sports books:

Trying to decide what to read on the beach this holiday weekend? Here are the best-selling sports books in May 2015, according to the New York Times best-seller list.
1. THE BOYS IN THE BOAT by Daniel James Brown (Penguin). The University of Washington’s eight-oar crew and its quest for gold at the 1936 Berlin Olympics.
2. UNBROKEN by Laura Hillenbrand (Random House). An Olympic runner’s story of survival as a prisoner of the Japanese in World War II; now a movie.
3. MY FIGHT / YOUR FIGHT by Ronda Rousey with Maria Burns Ortiz (Regan Arts). An Olympic judo medalist and Ultimate Fighting Championship women’s bantamweight champion and Hollywood celebrity tells her story.
4. H IS FOR HAWK by Helen Macdonald (Grove/Atlantic Inc.). A British woman who is also a lifelong falconer raises a fierce goshawk, rekindling the spirit of an Arthurian sport as she reflects and quotes from T. H. White’s book “The Goshawk.”
5. PEDRO by Pedro Martinez and Michael Silverman (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt). Memoir from an eight-time All-Star, three-time Cy Young Award winner and World Series champion pitcher.
6. THE JOURNEY HOME by Jorge Posada (Dey Street/HarperCollins). A former Yankees catcher tells his story, from the ball fields of Puerto Rico to behind home plate at Yankee Stadium.
7. THE A SWING by David Leadbetter with Ron Kaspriske (St. Martin’s). A golf instructor shares the evolution of his swing theories.
8. NATURAL BORN HEROES by Christopher McDougall (Knopf).Scrutinizing historical and contemporary figures, the author of “Born to Run” discusses what makes a hero and what fitness techniques we can learn from some of them.
9. TY COBB by Charles Leerhsen (Simon & Schuster). A biography that takes another look at a controversial outfielder who died in 1961.
10. EVERY DAY I FIGHT by Stuart Scott with Larry Platt (Blue Rider). A memoir by an ESPN anchor and commentator who died of cancer in January.
And One . . .
11. BIG DATA BASEBALL by Travis Sawchik (Flatiron). The end of the Pittsburgh Pirates’ 20-year streak of losing seasons came in 2013 when the team adopted big-data strategies.

What is your opinion?

Top 5 biggest stadiums in the world

If you wander which are the 5 biggest stadiums in the world check this:
1.Rundrago May Day Stadium – 150 000 – Pyongyang, North Korea
2.Salt Lake Stadium – 120 000 – Bidhannagar, Kolkata, India
3.Estadio Azteca – 114 463 – Mexico City, Mexico
4.Bukit Jalil National Stadium – 110 000 – Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

5.Camp Nou – 98 772 – Barcelona, Spain

VIDEO Argentina vs. Colombia Dramatic Penalties

Video Argentina vs Colombia Highlights Copa America 2015 / Argentina vs Colombia Highlights Penalties Video 2015 Match

After four years on from his penalty miss that cost Argentina victory in the quarterfinals, Carlos Tevez scored the winning spot kick to send his country through to the semifinals after a tension-filled win over Colombia. After a goalless 90 minutes dominated by Argentina, victory continued to elude the pre-tournament favorites when first Lucas Biglia and then Marcos Rojo failed to convert in the penalty shootout with victory awaiting. But in a shootout as dramatic as the action that preceded it, Tevez was the man to finally hit the decisive effort and earn the ultimate redemption on the night it was officially announced that he is to return to his first club and first love Boca Juniors.

After the first six penalties were expertly converted came a miss from Luis Muriel and Romero’s save from Juan Zúñiga, only for Argentina to fail to take claim victory. But, after Murillo struck his penalty into orbit, Tevez faced up to his demons and found the net to send Argentina through to a semifinal against either Brazil or Paraguay as they seek their first title since 1993.

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WAG’s voice n°5: Coral Simanovich

WAG’s voice n°5: Coral Simanovich

coral simanovich: לחברה הכי יפה בעולם! יומולדת שמח…

INSTAGRAM - coralsimanovich: לחברה הכי יפה בעולם! יומולדת שמח עד 120! שהחיוך היפה שלך לעולם לא ירד לך מהפנים! אני אוהבת אותך!🎉 Happy birthday to my beautiful sister! Love you @yaara 🎈🎈🎈

Iker Casillas Is King Of Keepers

Iker Casillas Interview with beIN Sport “ King Of Keepers“  Míchel Salgado has an in-depth interview with Iker Casillas outlining his illustrious career/accomplishments with Real Madrid and La Furia Roja. 
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