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Pékerman’s odd decision costs Colombia group victory as it loses 3-2 to Costa Rica

What was José Pékerman thinking?After a thrilling game that featured two goals in the first seven minutes — and three more after that —...
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James Rodríguez overcomes injury to lead Colombia past Paraguay in Copa clash

Two decisive goals from team Colombia during the Paraguay match in the Copa America Centenario catapults the team to the Quarter Finals
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Colombia Defeats the United States 2-0 as James Rodríguez injures shoulder

Colombia beat the United States 2-0 last night in the opening match of the Copa America’s 100th anniversary competition. It was certainly not a...
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Colombia kicks off vs. the United States tonight in Copa America opening match

The Copa America tournament is always full of surprises, and Colombia must shine to show it has what it takes to qualify for the FIFA World Cup.
Colombia's Esteban Chaves smiles after taking the lead in the Giro d'Italia on Friday. Chaves finished the race in second place on Sunday.

Colombia’s Esteban Chaves finishes second in Giro d’Italia

Colombia's Esteban Chaves finished second in the 99th Giro d'Italia just behind Italy's Vicenzo Nibali on Sunday. Three Colombians finished in the top 10.
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How James Rodríguez, Colombia’s other stars stack up this season

James Rodríguez and Colombia's other international football stars have a had a big year, but the pressure is on in the next few weeks.
Colombian youth train for the big leagues with Alset Bolton, based in Bogotá.

Alset Bolton teaches more than football to Bogotá youth

Alset Bolton football club helps young Colombians break into the tough world of competitive sports, but it also prepares them for life beyond the pitch.
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Stunt riding soars to new heights in Colombia

"Stunt," an informal sport where motorcyclists perform daring moves in city streets is gaining popularity in Colombia and around the world.
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Soccer for Peace a ‘game changer’ for Colombia’s Pacific region

For youth in the Colombian Pacific region, soccer teaches skills like teamwork and cooperation — and helps keep kids out of conflict.

Colombia: Talking the “game”

In Colombia, the sports commentary is almost as important as the game unfolding on the field.

South America and the Women’s World Cup

Greater investment and support by national football federations is needed to promote women's football across the continent.

The “El Dorado” football legacy

With the 2015 Copa America over, writer Stephen Tew reflects on the "golden age" of Colombian football.

The ‘Hurones’ of Casanare

With pristine trails along the Eastern Cordillera, Casanare is hosting the 2nd edition of the 'Hurones' expedition.

Copa America: A preview

Will Colombia be able to continue their success from the World Cup and show they are more than just exciting contenders?

U-20 World Cup: Future stars to shine

The U-20 World Cup has attracted legions of scouts in the hope of securing the next star of the future.
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Barras bravas: Can South America control its fans?

Across South America, the barras bravas command power with football clubs. But how can the sport stem the violence?

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