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Oro: El Día Que Todo Cambió [Documental Selección Olímpica]
El 13 de Agosto del 2012 en la cancha mas famosa del mundo: WEMBLEY, la selección sub-23 de Mexico gano la medallas de ORO después de ganar 2-1 a Brazil. En este dia historico para el fútbol Mexicano, 11 jugadores lograron el logro mas grande que ha recibido Mexico en fútbol. Ademas de que fue la única medalla de ORO que regreso a Mexico de Londres 2012. Este documental nos dice la historia de el equipo que le mostró a un país: SI SE PUEDE y le mostró al mundo que Mexico: ES UN GANADOR.
Kapos Player interview with the one & only Oribe Peralta!! The Road to becoming ORIBELIVER!! || Kapos Players tuvo la oportunidad de entrevistar al Gran Futbolista Oribe Peralta!! La carrera que nos convirtio en ORIBELIEVERS!!
Kapos Players is back for 2013 starting with Super Bowl 47 or Harbaugh Bowl? For the first time in history, The head coaches are brothers and will be facing in the biggest game; the one everyone in the football world want to win!
Will it be #6 for the 49ers? Will it be little brother Jim taking the Lombardi trophy back to San FCO since 1994? Will rookie QB Kaepernick take the ring?
Will Ray Lewis retire with a 2nd Super Bowl ring? Is Older brother John bringing the 2nd Championship to Baltimore?
In This week Kapos Players talks about Futbol and Football!!
Esta semana hablamos de Futbol y Futbol Americano!!
Your Favorite Bilingual Sports Podcast is back!! Don’t miss out Kapos Players new schedule this Fall: Tuesday at 8:00pm eastern time live and the podcast available that same night!! In this show we have a quick OIympic tribute, Some important soccer talk-worlds best player discussion, and about Lance Armstrong. || Su podcast deportivo bilingue ya esta de regreso al aire!! No se pierda Kapos Players en su nuevo horariio: Martes 8:00pm hora este y el podcast estara disponible mas tarde esa misma noche!! Hoy hablamos de lo mas relevante de las olimpiadas, discusion sobre el mundo futbolistico—quien es el mejor jugador, y de Lance Armstrong.
- London’s first gold medal went to China. Shoote Yi Siling won the women’s 10 meter air rifle.
- Ryan Lochte dazzled on Day 1 taking gold in the 400m Individual Medley
- 16 year Old Ye Shiwen won China’s second gold of the session and also the first long-course world record set by a woman since the ban on performance-enhancing suits.
- Rowers Hamish Bond and Eric Murray, New Zealand, smashed the world record in the mens pair, previously set by Matthew Pinsent and James Cracknell in 2002.
- In dramatic fashion Italy claimed gold in men’s Archery Team as Michele Frangilli hit a 10 with the last arrow.
- Another world record went in the men’s 100m Breaststroke as South African Cameron van der Burgh obliterated the opposition to win in 58.46.
- Shooter Kimberly Rhode set US Olympic history as she won gold in the women’s Skeet. It means Rhode is the first American to win an individual sport medal at five consecutive Olympic Games
- Host Nation Great Britain won their first men’s ( Sam Oldham and Kristian Thomas) Olympic Artistic Gymnastics Team medal in a century when they claimed bronze.
- Michael Phelps became the most decorated Olympian of all-time after claiming a silver and a gold.
- History was made with Africa’s first-ever Olympic Fencing medal. But 21-year-old Egyptian Alaaeldin Abouelkassem had to settle for silver and not the gold he was really looking for - and looked like he might grab.
- Bradley Wiggins wrote his name in history after becoming the first man to win the Tour de France and Olympic gold in the same year with victory in the Road Cycling Time Trial.
- Daniel Gyurta of Hungary set a new world record in winning the men’s 200m Breaststroke.
- Chris Hoy hailed his fifth Olympic Games gold as his best ever, after Great Britain’s men’s Team Sprint squad triumphed. Having set a world record in the first round, Hoy, Philip Hindes and Jason Kenny promptly clocked another in a stunning finale, finishing in 42.600
- Michael Phelps, predictably, leading the way by claiming his 20th Olympic Games medal - and his first individual gold of the meet - in the 200m Individual Medley.
- Germany’s Dimitrij Ovtcharov delivered Europe’s first singles Table Tennis medal in 12 years by claiming bronze with a 4-2 defeat of Taiwan’s Chuang Chih-yuan
- South Africa’s Oscar Pistorius became the first double amputee to compete in the Olympic and Paralympic Games and the ‘Blade Runner’ made the semi-finals of the 400m
- Michael Phelps bowing out with the 18th gold medal of his record-breaking career
- Serena Williams became the first woman to claim the Tennis career Golden Slam in both Singles and Doubles after a ruthless demolition of Maria Sharapova at Wimbledon.Venus and Serena Williams won the women’s Doubles, becoming the first players to win four Olympic Tennis titles.
- Usain Bolt retained his Olympic 100m title by recording the second-fastest time ever to blow away the field.
- Ethiopia’s Tiki Gelana revelled in the rain as she claimed a surprise gold in the women’s Marathon. The 24-year-old, competing in her first major championship, set a new Olympic record of 2:23:07.
- Andy Murray claimed the biggest title of his career - Olympic gold - by defeating world number one Roger Federer in the men’s SIngles Tennis final at Wimbledon. Federer defeated Martin del Potro, who ended up taking Bronze, in an epic semifinal match (the longest tennis match in Olympic history)
- Felix Sanchez became the oldest-ever winner of an Olympic Games sprint event as he reclaimed the 400m Hurdles crown
- Another Caribbean island celebrating is Grenada, after Kirani James gave them their first-ever Olympic Games medal by storming to victory in the 400m in 43.94 seconds.
- Sally Pearson delivered Australia’s first Athletics gold medal of the London 2012 Olympics with a dramatic victory in the 100m Hurdles
- Usain Bolt made history on Day 13 as he became the first man ever to win the Olympic Games sprint double twice in succession.
- Eva Risztov had stunned home favourite and world title holder Keri-anne Payne to claim gold in the women’s 10km Marathon Swimming.
- The USA took Olympic gold in the women’s Water Polo with a convincing 8-5 victory over Spain.
- USA’s women beat Japan 2-1 to take Football gold at Wembley.
- Germany stunned world champions Brazil to take gold in the men’s Beach Volleyball - the first Europeans to become Olympic champions.
- The team of Tianna Madison, Allyson Felix, Bianca Knight and Carmelita Jeter raced away from their closest challengers Jamaica to take gold in a time of 40.82.
- Champions the Netherlands successfully defended their title to spoil Argentina captain Luciana Aymar’s farewell to international Hockey on her 35th birthday. Olympic gold is the only medal the South American playmaker and seven-time world player of the year has not won and she admitted victory in the final would give her ‘eternal glory’.
- In the men’s Olympic Football final, Mexico secured arguably the greatest triumph in their history by winning London 2012 gold with a 2-1 win over Brazil at Wembley Stadium. Oribe Peralta wrote his name into Mexican folklore with a double against the five-time world champions, who many believed were destined finally to end their agonising wait for Olympic Games glory.
- Brazil retained their Olympic Volleyball title courtesy of a fine performance against the USA.
- It was the closest Basketball final since the USSR beat the USA 51-50, 40 years ago. Kevin Durant scored 30 points to lead the USA, while LeBron James had 19 and Kobe Bryant 17 as the USA ran out 107-100 winners against Spain.
- France also created history in the men’s Handball after becoming the first country to retain the Olympic title following a nervy 22-21 victory against Sweden.
- Croatia secured their first men’s Water Polo Olympic gold medal with an 8-6 victory over Italy.
- The final gold medal of the London 2012 Games went to Lithuania courtesy of Laura Asadauskaite in the Modern Pentathlon.
London 2012: Olympics XXX: Day 16
Londres 2012: Olimpiadas XXX: Dia 16
London 2012: Olympics XXX: Day 15
Londres 2012: Olimpiadas XXX: Dia 15
London 2012: Olympics XXX: Day 14
Londres 2012: Olimpiadas XXX: Dia 14