Revista deportiva internacional de 2019 infographic
El gráfico muestra ua selección de eventos deportivos y deportistas internacionales que atrajeron la atención del púlico en 2019.
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Un vistazo a momentos culminantes del deporte en 2019

By Chris Dinsdale

December 31, 2019 - Una mirada retrospectiva a algunos de los eventos y personalidades del deporte internacional que llegaron a los titulares en 2019. Entre los eventos clave estuvieron la Copa Mundial de Rugby en Japón, la Copa Mundial de Cricket en Inglaterra, y la exitosa recepción francesa de la Copa Mundial Femenina FIFA. Entre los deportistas individuales que lograron máximos desempeños estuvieron: la gimnasta Simone Biles, las estrellas del tenis Rafael Nadal y Novak Djokovic, el ciclista Egan Bernal, los golfistas Tiger Woods y Shane Lowry, el maratonista Eliud Kipchoge y el piloto de F1 Lewis Hamilton.

Jan 28: Novak Djokovic wins record seventh title at Australian Open, beating Rafael Nadal in straight sets.

Feb 1: Qatar defeat Japan to secure first AFC Asian Cup.

Feb 3: New England Patriots beat Los Angeles Rams in Super Bowl – sixth triumph for Patriots legend Tom Brady.

Mar 17: Marcel Hirscher claims eighth consecutive Alpine Ski World Cup title, and Mikaela Shiffrin her third.

Apr 14: Golfer Tiger Woods ends 11-year wait to claim 15th major title at U.S. Masters.

May 11: Saracens beat Leinster to win rugby’s European Cup, but later lose Premiership points over breach of salary cap rules.

May 12: Manchester City, Barcelona, Juventus and Bayern Munich retain Europe’s top soccer league titles.

Jun 1: Liverpool beat Tottenham Hotspur in all-English Champions League final.

Jun 12: St Louis Blues defeat Boston Bruins to win NHL Stanley Cup.

Jun 13: Toronto Raptors are first Canadian team to win NBA Finals, beating Golden State Warriors.

Jul 7: United States power to record fourth victory at FIFA Women’s World Cup – outclassing Netherlands.

Jul 7: Brazil defeat Peru to claim ninth Copa America.

Jul 14: Novak Djokovic beats Roger Federer in longest ever Wimbledon final – first Grand Slam singles final to go to fifth-set tiebreaker.

Jul 14: England beat New Zealand in dramatic Cricket World Cup Final.

Jul 21: Raucous scenes as Irish golfer Shane Lowry wins British Open at Royal Portrush, Northern Ireland.

Jul 28: Colombia’s Egan Bernal is first cyclist from Latin America to win Le Tour de France.

Aug 26: Rafael Nadal returns to U.S. Open – where he claims 19th Grand Slam title following record 12th French Open victory.

Sep 15: Spain win second FIBA Basketball World Cup.

Oct 12: Kenyan Eliud Kipchoge becomes first person to break two-hour barrier in marathon, running 1:59:40 in unofficial challenge.

Oct 13: Simone Biles becomes most decorated artistic gymnast with 25th World medal.

Oct 30: Washington Nationals win baseball World Series for first time.

Nov 2: Japan hosts Rugby World Cup, where South Africa claims trophy for third time.

Nov 3: Lewis Hamilton wins sixth F1 title.

Nov 23: Brazil’s Flamengo beat River Plate to secure Copa Libertadores.

Dec 7: Anthony Joshua regains heavyweight boxing titles with points victory over Andy Ruiz Jr.

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