Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Sports and Games

Meet Shirley Cruz, The First Female Soccer Player In Costa Rica

Shirley Cruz Traña (Born August 28, 1985, in San José, Costa Rica), is a Costa Rican soccer player who currently plays in the Chinese club Jiangsu Suning of the Chinese Women's Super League. She was the first female professional...

Karina Dyner Is Positioned 6th in World Junior Fencing Ranking

The Costa Rican fencer Karina Dyner rises like foam and seems to have no roof. The athlete is ranked 6th in the world youth ranking of this discipline. This was reported by the National Olympic Committee (CON). Dyner's reactions were...

Costa Rica Will Be Present in the World Football Championship 2019

The Costa Ricans Danny Herrera and Juan Manuel Campos officially received the invitation to participate in the World Football Championship to be held in Tortosa, Catalonia, Spain, from July 2nd to 7th of the current year. It was the International...

Costa Rica Wins World Cheerleading Championship in College Category

The Santa Inés School was proclaimed champion in the college category in a world cheerleading event that took place this weekend in Orlando, Florida. As reported by the Federation Cheer and Dance (Fecad) on Sunday (yesterday), the triumph of the...

US Universities Are Interested in Young Costa Rican Basketball Players

The Costa Rican basketball player Ian Martínez Carrillo has already aroused the interest of several universities in the United States, in order to join their ranks as a student and player. Some of them with enough prestige to position...

Online Poker Room Software

Being one of the most popular games in the modern world, poker has different versions and different forms. Online poker has become a widely popular activity that millions of people engage into daily. Poker rooms provide such people with...

Close the Year Dancing Zumba in Hatillo!

The Sports and Recreation Cantonal Committee (CCDR) of San José will have its last sports activity in 2018 at the BN Arena of the Ciudad Deportiva de Hatillo, this upcoming December 31st. There, the well-known Zumba will be held...

Puzzles, Abacuses, and Wooden Trains…

A man observes a bookshelf filled with various puzzles, nestable games, abacuses and wooden trains in a Juguettos store in Ávila. Right next to it are a pair of small robots that claim to be able to teach the...

Costa Rica Holds the First International Roosterfish Tournament

Costa Rica is a mecca for sportfishing. And the site FishingBooker knows it pretty well! People travel from all over the world to fish the country’s river mouths, beachfront, and deep blue waters. But of all the fish in this...

Different Types of Slot Machines at Online Casinos

When you first make your way to a casino establishment, you might find it somewhat overwhelming as there are hundreds if not thousands of games on your screen to choose from. For experienced players, this might not be as...
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La Amistad International Park, an Immense Natural Biodiverse Habitat of Unparalleled Natural Beauty

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Costa Rica Begins Switchover From Analog To Digital TV

Nowadays television is a fact of life for billions of people. Since it was invented `the box' has become an enormous success....

Finance Tips for Animal Lovers – How to Save Money on Pet Expenses

Owning a pet is expensive. Unless your idea of a pet is a goldfish bowl, pet ownership necessitates a lot of extra spending each...

20% of Rich Households Take Half the Income of Costa Rica

20% of rich households take 50.5% of the country's total income. This is revealed by a study conducted by experts from the National University (UNA).

Barra Honda National Park and Its Impressive Cave Systems

Barra Honda National Park has a very peculiar attraction that is the great system of caves formed by erosion, which have capricious...
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