Celebrating Hispanic Athletes in the Olympics & Paralympics


Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month during September & October

During Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15 – October 15), we’re celebrating Team USA’s Hispanic and Latinx athletes.

Explore their stories

Tracee Talavera and Mike Lynch worked together as gymnast and coach first, before becoming business and coaching partners.
Perhaps the most dominant team in any sport in Olympic history, the 2004 U.S. Softball Team earned its nickname The Real Dream Team by outscoring opponents by a combined 51 to 1.
One of the greatest female athletes of all time, Lisa Fernandez won a dominant pitcher and hitter, leading the United States to three consecutive Olympic gold medals in softball.
Oscar De La Hoya first donned boxing gloves at age 4. A decorated amateur, "The Golden Boy" won gold at the Barcelona 1992 Olympic Games and shined as a pro before becoming a boxing promoter.
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