jueves, 29 de diciembre de 2011

L’Equipe names Lionel Messi 'Champion of Champions' in 2011


Como podemos ver en el siguiente articulo en Ingles ; pero de la  prestigiosa revista francesa "L’Equipe". En forma indiscutible Lionel Messi ha sido elegido el mejor deportista en el mundo actual, es decir, ellos lo llaman el campeón de campeones junto a otros destacados deportistas - en otros deportes- que le disputaron dicho titulo. Abajo podemos leer los detalles y ver un vídeo de Messi. También el club Barcelona llego a la cumbre mundial. 

The Argentinean, who beat Djokovic and Vettel, is named best athlete of the year by the French newspaper FC Barcelona’s number 10 won five titles in 2011 and was the highest scorer of last season’s Champions League

Past champions

2010 Rafael Nadal
2009 Usain Bolt
2008 Usain Bolt
2007 Roger Federer
2006 Roger Federer
2005 Roger Federer
2004 Hicham El Gherrouj
2003 Michael Schumacher
2002 Michael Schumacher
2001 Michael Schumacher
2000 Tiger Woods
1999 Andre Agassi
The tennis player Novak Djokovic and the Formula 1 pilot Sebastian Vettel finished second and third
Leo Messi is only the fifth footballer to be named the best athlete of the year since the daily started giving out the yearly award in 1980
Only Paolo Rossi (1982), Diego Armando Maradona (1986), Romario (1994) and Zinedine Zidane (1998) have won the award
Another one for the collection. The prestigious daily newspaper L'Equipeawarded the best athlete of the year award to Lionel Messi. Messi is the newest 'Champions des Champions' (Champion of Champions), and figures amongst other athletic greats such as Carl LewisAyrton SennaMichael Jordan or Michael Schumacher who have also won the award. The tennis player Novak Djokovic and the Formula 1 pilot Sebastian Vettel finished second and third, respectively. 

The fifth footballer 

Leo Messi is only the fifth footballer to be named the best athlete of the year since the daily started giving out the yearly award in 1980. Until now, only Paolo Rossi (1982),Diego Armando Maradona (1986), Romario(1994) and Zinedine Zidane (1998) have won the award. Furthermore, all of them were named athlete of the year after they lifted the World Cup trophy; Messi is the only one to win the award in a year where the World Cup has not been played. 

During this 2011, the Argentinean has won five titles with FC Barcelona (League,Champions LeagueSpanish and European Super Cups and the Club World Cup), and he was the highest scorer of the Champions League last season. He’s also on the shortlist for the FIFA Ballon d’Oraward, an award he won in 2009 and 2010. 

The French athlete of the year award, also given out by L’Equipe, was won by Nikola Karabatic. The Frenchman helped the Les Bleus win the handball World Cup.




Hasta Siempre.
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