Costa Rica sports
Sixteen-year-old Paul Chaplet, the first Costa Rican to ever be included in the Masters tournament field, is nearly set to make his debut on golf's big stage.
Costa Rica was represented on Canadian ice when players from Costa Rica's Castillo Knights hockey club participated in the Lac Beauport Pond Hockey Tournament...
Lawmakers of the Legislative Commission on Childhood, Adolescence and Youth in a unanimous vote on Tuesday approved the drafting of a bill to increase from $29 to $33 the country's exit tax in order to provide funds for the National Olympic Committee.
This is the second installment of this year's national championship for the low-profile sport of balance board. The activity will take place at the Outlet Internacional de Alajuela at 2 p.m.
Costa Rica will face Germany, Slovakia and Poland from June 28 to 30.
Costa Rican sets milestone upon reaching summit of Yosemite National Park’s notorious El Capitán alone
Alejandro Soto on Tuesday became the first Costa Rican to climb alone to the summit of El Capitán, an iconic rock formation in Yosemite National Park in the United States, according to media reports. Soto climbed 550 vertical meters over six days along the Zodiac route to reach the peak.
With a fourth place finish in the Giro d'Italia, Costa Rican cyclist Andrey Amador pedaled his way into history Sunday. One of cycling's prestigious Grand Tours, The Giro d'Italia is the most important cycling race next to the Tour de France, and the 28-year-old is now the highest placing Central American cyclist in history.
Cyclist Andrey Amador made history Saturday after moving into third place in the Giro d’Italia, the highest ranking ever achieved by a Costa Rican.
A roundup of events taking place Jan. 9 – Jan. 15.