Sara Palin invited El Guapo into her Wasila, Alaska, home Monday morning and pointed to the magic window that she is excited to share with the world. “Sometimes I drink my coffee and look through here, and I see countless nations prancing and running there, dontyaknow. People run around like the Hunger Games, and at Read More
Days 1-4 recap Days 5-9 recap Days 10-12 recap Women’s BMX Cycling: Pajón and her bike bring Colombia’s only gold Some people love medal counts, others don’t really see the point. But there’s almost always more to them than meets the eye. Take Colombia, for example. At first glance, you may look at Colombia with Read More
While others may be focused on everything from swimming to gymnastics, my new favorite Olympic sport is dressage. I thank Mitt Romney for opening my eyes to the elegant “sport” of horse ballet. If you haven’t guessed, those two sentences are pure sarcasm, yet part of a juicy political story that has been brewing that Read More
Women’s boxing will make its debut as an Olympic sport when the quarterfinal rounds begin on August 5. Queen Underwood, Claressa Shields, and Marlen Esparza make up the inaugural U. S. Boxing Team, but it’s the smallest of the three, Esparza, who looks to make the biggest splash in London. Hailing from the southeast corner Read More
With the 2012 Summer Olympics commencing soon, Being Latino wants to know, what is your favorite event. Is it the opening ceremony, the closing ceremony, gymnastics, boxing, basketball, baseball, track and field? Enjoy this look at Olympics greatest moments and chime in if there is a moment that Buzzfeed missed.