Venezuelan Miguel Cabrera is the first Latino, and first ballplayer in 45 years, to win one of the most elusive and difficult achievements in baseball, the Triple Crown.
On Tuesday, Mexican-born American runner Leo Manzano won a silver medal in the men’s 1,500-meter final, running the fastest time ever by a U.S. athlete at the Games.
In 2008, only 4 percent of Beijing's Team USA was Hispanic. Well we're hoping that's about to change. Here are 13 Latino Olympians we recommend you keep your eye on in London.
With less than a week before the 2012 London Olympics, here is a list of Latino athletes who have earned a spot in Olympic history.
"Ring Force" is a new book that follows the personal journey of Henry Garcia, with dreams of becoming a gold medal track and field Olympian eventually leading him to join an elite team of athletes.
Cuban, Danell Layva and New Yorker, John Orozco are both on their way to the Olympic Games after winning in the US Olympic trials.
In a storyline straight from a movie, gymnast John Orozco beat out Danel Leyva, the defending U.S. men’s all-around champion, earning his spot as the U.S. representative at the upcoming London Olympics.
Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa condemned Mitt Romney's immigration stance, calling it "far out of the mainstream" and out of line with former GOP leaders.
A contrite Ozzie Guillen sat in the heart of Little Havana seeking forgiveness for what the Miami Marlins manager called the biggest mistake of his life - saying he admired Fidel Castro.
On Wednesday ESPN will introduce the first Spanish television ad for the network’s signature news program, SportsCenter.
During a basketball game with Southern Miss, Kansas State guard Angel Rodriguez walked to the free throw line while Southern Miss band members chanted, "Where's your green card?"
In Chicago's La Villita/Little Village neighborhood a boxing club has been operating for five years for the physical and educational development of Latino youths seeking to escape street gangs and other problems on the streets.
Linda Alvarado is an example of today’s modern day Super Woman. She has revolutionized, not one, but two male-led industries.
"I was (16) and in a different country, a different culture," said Jorge Gutierrez. "Everything was different. ... But I guess it all helped me grow as a person and a player."