November, the eleventh month of the year, proved transcendental in American lands for the Formula One driver Lewis Hamilton, the history of the South American and Libertadores cups, as well as the career of Mexican boxer Saúl 'Canelo' Álvarez.
THE SIXTH TITLE OF HAMILTON ARRIVED ON DAY 3, TO END 2
At 34, Briton Lewis Hamilton had to wait until the afternoon of November 3 in Austin to be crowned for the sixth time as a Formula One champion.RELATED
The outcome of the 2019 season in the top category of world motor racing was very early, in the Las Americas circuit of the United States Grand Prix and downplayed the results of the last appointments, that of November 17 on the track Brazilian of Interlagos, and that of December 1 in the Emirati of Yas Marina.
Stevenage, who was truly born to run, because his parents named him Lewis in tribute to the American athlete Carl Lewis, passed by Argentine Juan Manuel Fangio, five-time champion (1951, 1954, 1955, 1956 and 1957).
Hamilton, who inaugurated his medal winners in 2012 with the McLaren team and won the rest with Mercedes (2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2019), now looks at the records of the German expilot Michael Schumacher, who reigned in seven seasons: 1994, 1995, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 and 2004.
A SPANISH WINS SOUTH AMERICAN AND A PORTUGUESE LA LIBERTADORES
In an interval of 14 days Conmebol lowered the curtain of its most important club tournaments.
On November 9 in Asunción, the Ecuadorian Valley Independent, with Spaniard Miguel Ángel Ramírez on the bench, conquered for the first time in its history the eighteenth edition of the South American Cup by defeating the Argentine Colon 3-1.
And two weeks later, on the 23rd, the Flamengo of the Portuguese coach Jorge Jesus defeated the River Plate 2-1 in agony and won a second time with the Copa Libertadores, a tournament that the Argentine team had won the last year and three other opportunities.
The European style that Ramírez printed to the Ecuadorian team and Jesus to the most popular of the Brazilian clubs marked a different year for the history of the South American Cup and that of the Libertadores, because for the first time the title was settled in a single game, far from The forts of the finalists.
'CANELO', NEW SEMIPSED KING
Boxer legend Saúl 'Canelo' Álvarez was enlarged on November 2 by dethroning with a knockout in the eleventh assault on Russian Sergey Kovalev.
With his victory, for which he needed to gain 7 kilos of weight, the Mexican was crowned champion of the light heavyweight, the fourth category in which he has reigned in his career.
Now the Tapatio is the fourth Mexican boxer to conquer 4 world titles in different divisions. Canelo joined Erik Morales, Juan Manuel Marquez and Jorge Arce.
After so many successes, what motivation remains for 'Canelo'?
In fact, he has eight fights signed with the DAZN platform, which has in his 'power' big names today.
MY LEFT FOOT
A limb surgery from which he has not yet recovered has put the end of Pau Gasol's career in check and has led the Portland Trail Blazers to suspend the Spanish contract until he is fully recovered.
The decision will allow the Oregon team to sign in the event that Gasol's recovery takes longer than expected. Meanwhile, it has given Sant Boi the opportunity to work in the coaching staff.
The two-time NBA champion has only one goal: Tokyo 2020.