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Data experts are becoming football's best signings. ¡Diego Guerrero, cumpliendo sus sueños en la Universidad de South Florida! - FESA FESA. Diego Guerrero, con los Bulls de la Universidad de South Florida Diego Guerrero Chahín, jugador de la Academia de Fútbol FESA, estudiante del colegio Highlands sigue cumpliendo sus metas y sueños en EE.UU, cursando actualmente la carrera de Business Management, y jugando para el equipo de la Universidad de South Florida gracias a la beca Académico-Deportiva que le otorgaron en 2017, por su talento deportivo en fútbol y su excelencia académica.

¡Diego Guerrero, cumpliendo sus sueños en la Universidad de South Florida! - FESA FESA

Diego, fue jugador de la Academia de Fútbol FESA desde los 10 años, mostrando un gran talento deportivo, que además de su buen nivel académico, gracias a la formación integral recibida en su Colegio Highlands, le valió para ser uno de los seleccionados para una beca en el extranjero en el FESA Soccer Showcase, el cual contó con la visita de entrenadores de diversas universidades de Estados Unidos. Diego tuvo la oportunidad de demostrar su talento deportivo y de esta forma obtener una beca completa valorada en más de $65,000.

Peres Jepchirchir breaks women's half-marathon world record. London Marathon: 2020 edition to be elite-only race, with mass event cancelled. The 2020 London Marathon will involve only elite athletes, with 45,000 'mass-event' runners unable to take part because of coronavirus concerns.

London Marathon: 2020 edition to be elite-only race, with mass event cancelled

The much-anticipated contest between Kenya's Eliud Kipchoge and Ethiopian Kenenisa Bekele will take place on a bio-secure closed course. Reduced fields of 30-40 athletes will also compete for the elite women's and wheelchair titles on 4 October. The 2021 race, meanwhile, will be on 3 October rather than a date in April. Spain triathlete gives up medal to rival who went wrong way. Image copyright Getty Images A Spanish athlete is being applauded on social media after he sacrificed a top tier win in the 2020 Santander Triathlon to give it to a competitor who took a wrong turn on the course.

Spain triathlete gives up medal to rival who went wrong way

British athlete James Teagle was on course to win third place in the competition in Spain last weekend when he made a mistake metres from the finish. Diego Méntrida overtook him but noticed the error and stopped to allow Teagle to cross first. How to get into running. How do I start?

How to get into running

Get Inspired - How to get into athletics. You might want to be the next Mo Farah, or just want to get fit and see how well you can do - either way, athletics can be the sport for you.

Get Inspired - How to get into athletics

It includes a huge variety of disciplines, so whether you want to run, jump or throw you can find an activity that suits you. Sprint events Sprint disciplines include the short, sharp, powerful events such as the 100m and 200m. The sprint hurdles (100m for women, 110m for men) require the same explosion of speed, but with the added element of having to clear a number of barriers. Nike Vaporfly shoes are not banned but Eliud Kipchoge's are - BBC Sport. US man breaks record for completing marathon in an exoskeleton. How to stretch before running. Eliud Kipchoge: The man, the methods & controversies behind 'moon-landing moment'

Want to run faster? Improve your algorithm. Image copyright Reuters Runner Guillaume Adam wants to go faster, further and for longer.

Want to run faster? Improve your algorithm

Like many modern runners, the former French national team member uses technology as a key element in helping him hit a new personal best. Gadgets are as essential a part of a runner's kit as the shoes on their feet. Few head out these days without a step counter, GPS watch, smartphone or smartwatch. The wearables keep an eye on the distance covered, pace, heart rate and cadence - helping to ensure they get as much out of the session as possible. Eliud Kipchoge INEOS 1:59 Challenge Live. Eliud Kipchoge breaks two-hour marathon mark by 20 seconds - BBC Sport. Can AR goggles make swimming more fun? What's it like to queue on top of Everest? - BBC Reel. Mount Everest: Climbers set to face new rules after deadly season. Image copyright AFP PHOTO / PROJECT POSSIBLE Climbers who want to attempt Mount Everest should first have to demonstrate that they are experienced mountaineers, a panel advising Nepal's government has recommended.

Mount Everest: Climbers set to face new rules after deadly season

Its report proposes that applicants must already have climbed a Nepali peak of at least 6,500m (21,325ft). They should also have to provide a certificate of physical fitness, and employ experienced guides, it adds. Norseman Xtreme Triathlon: The race for people with 'minds tougher than their bodies' - BBC Sport. Team GB's only black swimmer: 'I understand why girls would quit over their hair' Image copyright Instagram/alicedearingx "I vividly remember a black girl saying at training that the reason black girls don't swim is because of their hair.

Team GB's only black swimmer: 'I understand why girls would quit over their hair'

"I was about 12 or 13 at the time and had never thought of the idea of hair stopping you from swimming. Sri Chinmoy Self-Transcendence: The 3,100-mile race around a New York block - BBC Sport. Documentary Special. Breathing Techniques - How to Breathe While Running. Jersey base jumper dies in Italy's Dolomite mountains. Ultimate limit of human endurance found. Image copyright Getty Images The ultimate limit of human endurance has been worked out by scientists analysing a 3,000 mile run, the Tour de France and other elite events.

Ultimate limit of human endurance found

They showed the cap was 2.5 times the body's resting metabolic rate, or 4,000 calories a day for an average person. Anything higher than that was not sustainable in the long term. The research, by Duke University, also showed pregnant women were endurance specialists, living at nearly the limit of what the human body can cope with. The study started with the Race Across the USA in which athletes ran 3,080 miles from California to Washington DC in 140 days. Competitors were running six marathons a week for months, and scientists were investigating the effect on their bodies. Everest deaths: Four reasons why this climbing season went wrong. Image copyright Reuters Over the past two decades, the average annual death rate of climbers on Mount Everest has remained at about six.

Everest deaths: Four reasons why this climbing season went wrong

Fitness trackers 'add miles to your marathon' Image copyright Getty Images Some fitness trackers are inaccurately measuring running distance, according to research from the consumer watchdog Which? It tested 118 trackers using a treadmill to complete the distance of a marathon - 26.2 miles (42km). It found that the least reliable was the Garmin Vivosmart 4, which underestimated the distance by 10.8 miles – meaning the researcher actually ran 37 miles.

Can exercise reverse the ageing process? Image copyright Getty Images While many in their 80s and 90s may be starting to take it easy, 85-year-old track star Irene Obera is at the other end of the spectrum. Setting multiple world athletics records in her age category, she is one of a growing band of "master athletes" who represent the extreme end of what is physically possible later in life. Another is John Starbrook, who at 87 became the oldest runner to complete the 2018 London Marathon. Studies suggest regular exercise is more effective than any drug yet invented to prevent conditions facing older people, such as muscle loss. Testosterone rules for female athletes 'unscientific' Image copyright AFP/Getty Images New rules to reduce naturally high testosterone levels in female athletes have been branded "unscientific". Mount Everest: Melting glaciers expose dead bodies.

Image copyright Frank Bienewald Expedition operators are concerned at the number of climbers' bodies that are becoming exposed on Mount Everest as its glaciers melt. Nearly 300 mountaineers have died on the peak since the first ascent attempt and two-thirds of bodies are thought still to be buried in the snow and ice.

Bodies are being removed on the Chinese side of the mountain, to the north, as the spring climbing season starts. More than 4,800 climbers have scaled the highest peak on Earth. "Because of global warming, the ice sheet and glaciers are fast melting and the dead bodies that remained buried all these years are now becoming exposed," said Ang Tshering Sherpa, former president of Nepal Mountaineering Association. Blind man runs New York half marathon with three guide dogs. Image copyright Getty Images Thomas Panek has completed 20 marathons, however, he made history on Sunday at the New York City Half Marathon.

While visually impaired runners usually use human guides, Mr Panek became the first person to complete the race supported by guide dogs. A trio of Labradors - Westley, Waffle and Gus - each accompanied him for a third of the race. The team finished in two hours and 21 minutes. Mr Panek, who lost his sight in his early 20s, told CNN that while he appreciated the support of human volunteers, he missed the feeling of independence. Kemoy Campbell: Jamaican taken to hospital after collapsing during 3,000m - BBC Sport. Pope Francis shows off ball-twirling skills with Cuban circus. Parkour scene runs free in Kenya. Ken Block's GYMKHANA TEN: The Ultimate Tire Slaying Tour. Dog makes incredible save. Runners 10 Exercise Program. Strong Legs Workout for Running - Run FASTER. SLOW DOWN! and Run Your Best 10k Ever!

SLOW DOWN! And Run Your Best 10k Ever!