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Carlos Giron, former director of Hispanic communications for Major League Soccer and media director for CONCACAF, is a versatile, bilingual, and experienced communications and marketing executive, and a freelance journalist.
Mr. Giron founded and manages LatinoTop10.com, a new commentary and news web site focused on sports, fitness, and an active lifestyle. He also contributes to various sports news and commentary web sites, including BleacherReport.com.
Carlos is a former editor and writer for The Jersey Journal, a news daily based in Jersey City, New Jersey, and former news writer with New York 1 News (a Time Warner company). His reports and articles have also appeared in various other publications, including USA Today, New York Newsday, sports magazines, Internet outlets and wire news service agency AFP. He has covered MLB, NBA, NFL, MLS, the U.S. Open (of tennis), professional boxing and other professional sporting events.
As part of his varied professional sports activities, Carlos served in two FIFA Organizing Delegations as FIFA Media Officer: the 1999 FIFA U-17 World Cup (New Zealand) and the 2002 FIFA World Cup (Japan/Korea).
In his spare time, Mr. Giron works with inner-city children helping to introduce them to journalism and marketing communications. His main objective is to inspire them to become voracious readers and solid writers, do well in school, and learn about careers in journalism and communications.
Carlos is a Queens, NY resident.
Just thought you might like to read this article on American's & soccer:
You can find a link to the second part on my profile page.
Kind of Silly but thought you might get a kick out of it.
I apologise greatly for this mass, impersonal, selfish, egotistical plugging for reads, but I recently interviewed the first ever American to score for Arsenal, Danny Karbassiyoon. Shyam Parthasarathi interviewed him back in October 2008, and now he's making a B/R comeback as I grill him with even more questions! It's one of my best pieces of journalism to date in my view, please check it out if you have a spare moment.
I just wrote a piece about the Winter Olympics. While it's centered around Team USA, I though you might enjoy reading it, especially considering you have blogged about winter sports in the past.
I'd love to hear what you think.
Yet another UWCC title match has been and gone, and Roma are STILL the Champions! This match included a sensational return to the goals for a World Cup winner and equal the biggest win of the season so far!
It also look ahead to the mouth-watering Roma vs Juventus tie next weekend! A prediction competition, match report, and video highlights all in one place, what more could you want ;-)
If that sales pitch didn't persuade you, could you just take a look for me please!
PS. Don't forget to vote on the poll!
i got full control of one of fighthype.com site boxing.fighthype.com it just started. if you are interested in contributing just hit me up...
Hope this answers your questions!
will be running a new site for fighthype.com...http://boxing.fighthype.com/...message me if you are interested in contributing..thanks
Another ALMOST All-Time Team is up.
This time it's the Cardinals :
I am planning to do a Boxing rankings article every month, exclusively for B/R. But I need you and other respected writers help for the rankings process. I need you to send me your top ten rankings and I will compile them into one B/R rankings list. 10 points for the number one ranked boxer. 9 for the two number boxer. All the way down to one point for the number ten boxer on your list. I will compile the rankings into one of my articles and give credit to each writer who participated, and links to their pages. This will make sure for an unbiased rankings each month. Just send me your rankings if you are down.