Spaniard paddles from US West coast to Hawaii

Antonio de la Rosa began a journey in June that would take him 2,500 miles across the ocean, from the California coast to Hawaii. He made the trip in 76 days, using only paddle power to make his way across the Pacific. (Aug. 27)

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Stability breeds surprise success for Gracia’s Watford

Watford coach Javi Gracia has lead Watford into a club-record start, winning their opening four top-flight league games of the season and leading some Watford fans to dream of following Leicester’s incredible march to the title in 2015/16, but the Spaniard has his feet firmly on the ground saying “there will come a bad time when we’ll have to suffer and that’s fine.”

How Rafael Nadal Makes And Spends His Millions

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Rafael Nadal is the world’s No. 1 men’s tennis player. The 31-year-old Spaniard’s net worth is over $100M. Here’s how he makes and spends his millions. He made $3.7M from the 2017 US Open. He earned ~$2.4M for his 2017 French Open title which he’s won a record 10 times in his career. Nadal’s earned $26M in endorsements in 2017

He’s endorsed by Babolat (10-year deal), Nike, Tommy Hilfiger (2-year, $3-4M deal), Telefónica. He’s also a global ambassador for Kia. He wears a $725,000 watch by Richard Mille. He has a $4,499 Gocycle electric bike. He opened the Rafa Nadal Academy in his hometown of Mallorca in 2016. The 24,000 sq ft facility reportedly cost $25 million with Nadal paying 5% of those costs. Nadal owns a home in Mallorca, Spain worth at least $1.5M. He started the Fundación Rafa Nadal in 2008. The foundation is run by Nadal’s mother and helps disadvantaged kids. He opened Spanish restaurant TATEL in 2016 with Enrique Iglesias. TATEL is inside the Miami Ritz-Carlton hotel. Nadal and partners recently bought prime Madrid real estate a 19th century building that reportedly cost nearly $30M. The “King of Clay” lives quite the life.


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Skope – The Spaniard [Inspected]

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