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Buenos Aires will host its very own Battleforce Buenos Aires this month, sponsored and organized by Nike. Applications opened on October 31, and will close on November 15th of (this Thursday, FYI) with anyone 15 years or older eligible for …

In case you live under a rock didn’t know, the World Cup kicks off tomorrow and naturally, everyone is talking about it, regardless of their *actual* level of football interest or expertise.

What do we say to that? We feel …

Do you know what day it is? No, not Wednesday (well yes, that too) — it’s our very own Mr. Setlist/Fanboy/Chief Existentialist Jorge’s Birthday! Happy Birthday, Jorge! Your co-columnist doesn’t know what she would do without you. To celebrate Jorge’s …

After what was a 79-day-long emotional roller coaster, we can safely say that the Argentine football tournament will get back underway tomorrow.

The footballers’ union and Argentine Football Association (AFA) representatives today reached an economic agreement regarding the last obstacle …

Argentine national basket-balling treasure Manu Ginóbili has made major headlines with his move the “Euro step” being coined as the best move ever, yes ever, in the history of basketball. The star recently won the accolade by popular vote (over …

Yes, apparently there is a sporting award Leo Messi has been nominated for and never won.

Despite having been nominated four previous times for the Laureus Award for Best Sportsman and Sportswoman of the Year (which is one Laureus among …

Finished reading up about the new cabinet yet? Avoided becoming addicted to Odeon so far? Excellent. Here’s your midweek sport roundup:

  • Boca Juniors striker Carlos Tevez, Manchester City striker Sergio Agüero and Barcelona pair Javier Mascherano and Lionel Messi have

 

When the levels of fried empanada grease in your bloodstream reach critical heights, you know it’s time to take action. But are you fed up of risking your life daily on the obstacle-course that is the porteño street just …

If you are even a casual observer of Argentine sport, you would probably have noticed that everyone involved has a nickname. The vast majority of these are pretty uninventive, and indeed downright confusing given the number of sportsmen with the …