This time I am very happy to introduce you to the most popular sports in Latin America. In them we can find the athletes who most excelled at the world level. Among them we can mention Leonel Messi (Argentina) in the discipline of Soccer playing for FC Barcelona, Emanuel Ginobili (Argentina) who astonished everyone in the high-level basketball competition known as the NBA, always playing for Spurs de San Antonio and finally the Colombian cyclist Egan Bernal who conquered the world after winning the Tour de France in 2019. Becoming the first Latin American to achieve such a feat.
Not counting the amount of benefits it provides to swimmers’ bodies, this sport is recognized and practiced around the world. Counting the 1500 million practitioners around the world, swimming has become one of the sports most recommended by doctors for the complete training of the body and the pulmonary system.
Although it is a more common sport in the United States, there are many children who enjoy playing it in many parks and squares, it is common to see them shooting at the hoop in the multiple basketball courts that exist or making their own hoops to play. Although basketball is a team sport, on the streets you can see it playing 1 against 1 in only one half of the court.
Entertaining, sport played by everyone at some time in our life. This discipline can be performed both on a closed court in a hall, as well as on the sand surface. Recognized as the BeachVolley , this sport can be found on the most beautiful beaches in the world.
Whether for fun or for sport, cycling has become one of the most practiced disciplines. Also taken as a therapy for the reduction of stress and oxygenation of the brain, it has made people join more in this sport, becoming one of the most practiced in Colombia and around the world.
Diego Armando Maradona, Lionel Messi, “El Pibe” Valderrama, Luis Suárez and many more Latin Americans who excelled in this sport, motivating people of all ages to practice it and love it. Soccer is the most practiced sport not only in Latin America but in the whole world. Going from being a sport to becoming a passion.