Life and Culture
Life and Culture
A tibia and fibula fracture almost forced him to give up his great passion. His eight-thousander challenge was still to come, but Carlos Soria already lived by and for the mountain. But courage, perseverance and drive have always been defining traits of his personality and one year later he was taking off to climb North America’s highest peak.
Now we know something more about Garbiñe Muguruza’s tennis, after seeing fight all the way to the end against the world’s number 1, Serena Williams, in the Wimbledon 2015 final.
BBVA Open Talent 2015 – BBVA’s competition for FinTech start-ups, now in its’ 7th year – has attracted 652 entrants from 63 countries, competing for the chance to make it to this year’s finals, to be held in Spain, the United States and Mexico. For the first time, the United States is the country with the largest number of entrants, with 166 competitors.
A stream of support messages flooded the social media on the wake of Garbiñe Muguruza’s defeat against world’s number 1 Serena Williams in her first Grand Slam final in Wimbledon.
Garbiñe Muguruza, who fell against US’ Serena Williams, the world’s number one, 6-4 6-4 in this year’s Wimbledon final, was just a few steps away from glory at the All England Club, like Lili Álvarez and Arantxa Sánchez Vicario years ago. Conchita Martinez remains the only Spanish female player to accomplish this feat.
The BBVA and El Celler de Can Roca tour was born with a set of shared values: Responsibility, innovation, commitment, globalism, leadership and the drive to succeed are the common notes that have made this exciting adventure possible. This tour is a respectful and humble homage to the gastronomy of the visited countries, something that is being possible thanks to the total harmony between BBVA and the Roca brothers.
Despite falling in the Wimbledon finals against the world’s top seed (6-4 and 6-4, in one hour and 22 minutes), Spanish-Venezuelan player Garbiñe Muguruza proved that she’s a worthy heir to Arantxa Sánchez-Vicario and Conchita Martínez, the two most prominent figures of the “golden age” of the Spanish women’s tennis.
Spanish player Garbiñe Muguruza said, after falling on this Saturday’s Wimbledon final against Serena Williams (6-4 6-4, in one hour and 22 minutes), that she has “proven” that she “can be among the best”.
Garbiñe Muguruza, started dominating the match but finally conceded before an experienced Serena Williams, who ended up lifting her sixth Wimbledon trophy – and 21st Grand Slam title of her career – in straight sets (6-4 6-4),. The Spaniard leaves the tournament with her head up high, after a very successful run.