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Karla published her first story in Mexican newspaper El Financiero (2006), as an undergraduate.
She has written for CNN International, CNN en Espanol, CNN Travel and CNNMéxico since 2010.
Karla was nominated for the LPGA Global Media Awards, becoming the only Latin American and the youngest ever journalist to achieve such honor.
She's also a regular contributor for several magazines of Grupo Expansión and Editorial Televisa, two major Mexican publishing houses.
Karla has interviewed world-class athletes such as Lorena Ochoa, Paula Creamer, Yani Tseng, Inbee Park, Rory McIlroy, Maria Sharapova and Julio cesar Chavez Jr.
When you say that most Mexican abroad are on the bench is a big fat lie! Only 4 Mexicans are on the bench (Reyes, Ochoa, Javier, and Jimenez) everyone else is getting regular play time. Get your facts straight you pathetic excuse for a journalist.
Hi, Karla. No problem at all! Always a pleasure to read your work.
Hello Karla, I like reading your articles, you're good in viewing and writing. I wish to have a good correspond with you.Thank you
thanks for that link! Just read it =)
Hi Karla..What do you think of Javier Hernandez? Should he leave Manchester United?
Karla, sorry to bother you but I have a very important question. Now that Club America as been eliminated in Concacaf Champions league, do they have a chance to make to La Copa Libertadores????
Karla, I wanted to give you a heads up about something. It appears that your entry after "After the Hexagonal ended, All Whites boss Ricki Herbert talked to the New Zealand Herald about Mexico" in your recent New Zealand-Mexico article isn't there anymore. I'm not sure what image was there before, but if you have any issues placing it back in the article, do not hesitate to reach out for help. Thank you!
hey karla i have a question do you think Luis el kuig Mendoza America's winger is the real thing or is he just a over hyped player??
What do you think of Jesus Molina?
It certainly did give me a better understanding of Herrera. Portugal has become an ideal destination for Latin Americans who are in search of an easy transition to Europe since it offers a balance between more "latin-style" technical football and the more physical European game. Portugal is also quite similar culturally and linguistically compared to England, Germany, Holland, etc.