“Zona mixta”, el podcast en español de Around the Rings: la creciente presencia de jóvenes ex deportistas en la alta dirigencia deportiva y las vacunas según se trate de la FIFA o del tenis

En una nueva edición de “Zona mixta”, el foco está puesto en el adiós de Pau Gasol y en lo que significa la tendencia de deportistas recientemente retirados y con responsabilidades dirigenciales.

El retiro del basquetbolista español Pau Gasol, flamante miembro del Comité Olímpico Internacional (COI), dispara el debate de esta semana en “Zona mixta”.

Sebastián Fest, editor jefe de Around the Rings, y Miguel Hernández, redactor especializado, analizaron la creciente presencia de jóvenes ex deportistas en la alta dirigencia deportiva mundial. Y los diferentes criterios con las vacunas contra el covid-19 según se trate del fútbol o del tenis.

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