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Latin American Sport Hall magazine

Latin American Sport Hall magazine

Olaf Heredia SOCCER

To be considered a legendary
goalkeeper, it is believed that one is
more than an effective shot-stopper
and a perfect physical specimen.

For many, legends are ones that are inspirational and
who serve to reassure their team that they can afford
to take chances or suffer missteps knowing that they
have a dependable backup. It is the legends that rise to the
occasion and pledges to fans and their countrymen that
they will block the shot and not allow to be scored upon.
For Olaf Heredia, his success, influence and inspiration
has reached beyond borders and culture and has won
more than titles and prizes but the hearts and minds of
his peers, fans and followers. Heredia, born Carlos Olaf
Heredia Orozco in Apatzingan, Mexico, is the fifth of seven
children and remains the pride of many Latinos who have
followed his career with the Pumas (1978-1984), Tigres
(1984-1987), Morelia (1978-1990), Cruz Azul (1990-
1993), and Santos Laguna (1993-1997). Among the most
outstanding of his career is that of playing in the FIFA
World Cup for Mexico in 1986.
Olaf Heredia is among the great Latino role models such
as Luis de la Fuente and Andres Guardado who set the
standards for the future generations of athletes. As the
most popular sport in the world, soccer has had a great
impact on the United States primarily attributed to the
growing majority of political Latino markets becoming
more involved with Major League Soccer.
Olaf, among the known and unknown, is one who
will continue to serve as a great source of inspiration
for generations to come and it is appropriate that he
is honored and recognized during this special 40th
anniversary when we unite to remember and preserve
all memories of leaders before. All symbolize the levels
of fitness and dedication that sportsmen like Heredia
endorses and that is of practice and training, which is
what leads to success.


Soccer - Goal Keeper
FIFA World Cup

Herberto Hinojosa HORSERACING

Herberto “Herbie” Hinojosa , multi-
stakes horse racing jockey in North
America was born in Brownsville,
Texas and started racing horses at the
young age of eight. Once the leading
stakes rider in the world, he was in
three Triple Crown campaigns.

At the 1961 Belmont Stakes he outran the Kentucky and
Preakness winner“Carryback”. In the 1974 Preakness
Stakes, he was second ahead of“Cannonade”whose
prior win was the Kentucky Derby and in 1978, he was fourth
behind“Affirmed,”the lastTriple Crown winner.
Hinojosa won races over top winning jockeys such asWillie
Shoemaker, Johnny Longdren, Bill Hartack and Eddie Arcaro
in top stakes races throughout his career. In his latter years, of
racing, Hinojosa would mentor apprentices that became jockey
stars like Angel Cordero Jr., Chris McCarron and Julie Krone.
He also won races for Roy Rogers, Cliff Robertson and Audie
Murphy during his Quarterhorse tour of the west coast.
Hitting four homeruns in a game is a major feat to accomplish
in sports and equivalent to winning six races in a single card.
Herbie did it more than twice in his career. He was a multiple
graded stakes winner who became the 31st North American
jockey to reach his 3,000th win in 1981. He had 25,160 career
starts, winning 3,334 coming in second 3,349 and third 3,246
times with total earnings of $17,962,176.
These numbers did not include his prior ten years of racing
Quarterhorses in the Southwest tracks of New Mexico, Arizona
and California where he became the leading rider of the State
of New Mexico.
In 1963, Hinojosa’s yearly earnings were greater than
football’s Jim Brown; basketball’s Wilt Chamberlain; golfs Jack
Nicklaus and baseball’s Mickey Mantle.
After riding for fifty years and experiencing every race track
in the United States and Canada, Herbie returned to his
hometown of Brownsville, Texas.

Jose Lothario WRESTLING

Jose Jose Lothario born Guadalupe G. Robledo on
Lothario December 12 1934 in Torreon Mexico. Jose is one
of 8 children born to his parents. At the age of 9 he
World Class Wrestling was kicked out of his home and forced to live on
6 Time World his own on the streets of Torreon. Jose learned at a
Champion very young age that he would have to take care of
4 decades himself. Learning how to work odd jobs the streets
became a way of life.

Jose had become friends with some wrestlers that had suggested to him
that he begin training to be a boxer. After several years of boxing his weight
and growth was too big for the boxing level he was at so a friend had
suggested that he transfer to learning to wrestle and that is where it all began.
Wrestling in Mexico drew attention of promoters in the United States wanting
to bring in the Hispanic wrestlers. In 1956 Jose began traveling back and forth
between the US and Mexico. Gaining in popularity the promoters asked Jose
to consider staying in the United States to travel all throughout the country.
Jose lived first in Arizona then moved to California for a few years, then moved
to Florida where he met his wife Jean. After a couple of years in Florida Jose
was approached about a new promotion in Texas, therefore moving him to
SanAntonioTexaswherehestilllives. Josecontinuedhiswrestlingcareeras
well as taking on the roll of promoter for South Texas and booking venues for
WorldClassChampionshipWrestling. Duringthistimeitallowedhimthe
opportunity to travel to Laredo Texas nearly every other week for over 10 years.
During the 10 plus years that Jose headlined countless main events in
Laredo, he was extremely instrumental in helping The Laredo Noon
Optimist Club raise significant amounts of funds that were distributed by
The Club to various youth oriented charities throughout the community.
From the youngest wrestling fan to the oldest senior citizen – Jose was
a sports icon who was loved and adored by wrestling fans throughout
Laredo. Throughout the years Jose visited Laredo, he would always make
time to help The Optimist Club and their constant desire to raise money to
help the youth of Laredo. Jose never forget about Laredo and Laredo will
never forget Jose!
Jose enjoyed over 40 years in the professional wrestling world as
wrestling has always been in his blood, he also trained some of the
best known wrestlers like Gino Hernandez, The Von Ericks and Shawn
Michaels. Wrestling was the greatest career for Jose to have, not only
did it afford the opportunity to travel the world it also provided him the
opportunity to help others and use his popularity to bring awareness or
help raise funds for many of charities and non-profit organizations. Jose
currently still lives in San Antonio with his wife of 45 years and spends his
time with his 3 children, 4 grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren.

Roberto Garza FOOTBALL

Told he wouldn’t’ make it in college
football, Roberto Garza became more
determined to prove those nay sayers

He was on theTexas A&M University Kingsville
Javalina football squad for four seasons 1997-2000.
He even went further and excelled in track and field
winning the NCAA Division II title in the shot put in 2000
after a third place finish in 1999. He won the Lone Star
Conference titles in the discus 1999 and shot put in 2000
to earn Most Valuable Men’s field performer honors.
In 2011 Garza became the 11th Javalina to be inducted
into the LSC Hall of Honor.
He was drafted by the Atlanta Falcons in the fourth round
of the 2001 NFL Draft and would play center for the
Falcons until 2004.
He signed a one year contract with the Chicago Bears in
2005 and signed a six-year contract extension in 2006. In
that season, the Bears reached a 39-14 victory over the
New Orleans Saints, which allowed them to claim the
NFC Championship and advance to the Super Bowl XLI.
However, they fell short of the championship losing 29-17
to the Indianapolis Colts.
Among the almost 1,700 National League players in the
2006 season, Garza was one of only 19 Hispanics.
Garza became a free agent after the 2013 season, but was
resigned to a 1-year contract on February 27, 2014. On
April 2, 2015, Garza was released by the Bears, ending a
ten-year tenure.
He is the Spanish speaking analyst for Telemundo Fox
Deportes and ESPN Deportes and has done this for the last
2 SuperBowls.


Texas A&M Kingsville
Chicago Bears

Dr. Jane Dr. Jane Cigarroa Unzeitig MOUNTAIN CLIMBING
Unzeitig One can say that the song “Ain’t No Mountain
High Enough” could have very well been
ACllipminbeerMountain written for Dr. Jane Cigarroa Unzeitig.
2000s to Present During the past 10 years, the Laredo doctor has scaled the
heights, going to the Mt. Everest Base Camp, climbing
the legendary Mt. Kilimanjaro and scaling both the New
Zealand Alps and the European Alps, for the latter, making the
trek from France to Italy to Switzerland. She also trekked through
Three Sisters and Katoomba Falls in Australia, the Torres del Paine
in Patagonia and the Glacier National Park.
“The key for me is the enjoyment of exercise, the social interaction
with different people and the great expectation of new trails to
explore,”Unzeitig explained. When planning a trek or a climb,
Unzeitig notes that physical conditioning must be optimized and
that means“working out, not just for fun, but with a goal in mind.”
Indeed, Unzeitig remains active even off the trail. An avid
sportswoman, she takes to the Inner City Pool for a 6:00AM swim
several times a week and, by her estimation, can“still do a decent
flip turn.”For Unzeitig, swimming stands as a lifelong passion.
She took to the water as a youngster, swimming at the downtown
Boys and Girls Club and participating in water shows organized
by Estela Kramer. Competitive swimming got the 1972 J.W. Nixon
High School graduate to Northwestern University where she swam
for the“Wet and Wildcats”throughout her two years there.
Along with aquatics, Unzeitig also enjoys playing tennis. She
plays at least twice per week and participates in tournaments all
over the State of Texas. Locally, the tournaments are sponsored
by United High School, the Laredo Country Club and the Laredo
Tennis Association.“I have competed at the UTSA events for
several years, advancing my ranking to the current 3.5 level,”
she said. She and her sister Marti de Llano have even won a few
tournaments. Being over four decades older than most of their
competition, the sisters believe that strategy and experience
trump physical agility.
“Competitive sports, hiking, trekking, swimming and all
outdoors activities have been a great outlet for me, and a key
to maintaining good health,” Unzeitig said. Even though, by her
own estimation, she has never excelled at any sport, Unzeitig
exemplifies the goal of persistence in athletic activity as well as
in attempting new challenges at every age.

Ricardo Ricardo “Finito” Lopez BOXING
Lopez Ricardo “Finito” Lopez Nava was born
in 1966 in Cuernavaca, Mexico. He
B(1o9x9in5g-2-0M02e)xico is a retired and undefeated Mexican
CFlhyawmepigiohnt World professional boxer.
W- 51 L- 0 (un-defeated)
He defended the Lineal andWBC Strawweight Championship
a record of 21 times. He also won theWBA andWBO
Championships in the same weight class. He later won and
defended the IBF Light Flyweight Championship before retiring.
As an amateur, he won four consecutive Guantes de Oro de México
Championships from 1981 to 1984. He immediately turned pro
without ever having lost an amateur fight.
He made his professional debut at age 20, knocking out
Rogelio Hernandez in the third round. His record soared to
26-0 before even receiving a shot at a world title.
On October 1990 he defeatedWBC Minimum weight Champion
Hideyuki Ohashi of Japan with a fourth round knockout to
obtain his first world title. In his 20th title defense he unified
hisWBC title by defeatingWBO Minimumweight Champion,
Alex Sanchez. He fought Rosendo Alvarez for theWBA Minimum
weight Champion. He defeated Alvarez in a rematch claiming his
third title. He vacated his titles to move up in weight.
In his first match of the IBF Light Flyweight Championship
he defeated Will Grigsby of the United States. In 2001 he
knocked out Zolani Petelo who had recently vacated his IBF
Minimumweight title. It was the only title he had not claimed
before he moved up to light flyweight. He announced his
retirement during a press conference on November 2002 in
Mexico City.
Lopez is the third champion in history to retire undefeated
and the first to do so as an amateur and professional fighter.
He holds an astounding record of 51 wins (38 knockouts), 0
losses and 1 draw. Finito also shares the record for consecutive
title bouts without a loss.
López was inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame
and World Boxing Hall of Fame in 2007. He was voted as the
Greatest Strawweight and Light Flyweight Champion Ever by
the Houston Boxing Hall of Fame in 2014. López now works as
a boxing broadcaster for the Mexican Televisa network.

David Montes

Inspiration Award

Adriana Gonzalez de Rodriguez
August 13, 1986 – August 29, 2015

The late Adriana Gonzalez de Rodriguez had a passion
for running. In fact, her husband recalls that their first
date involved running.
She enjoyed the sport so much
that she would enter as
many marathons as possible,
including the Austin Biggest Loser
half-marathon and the Beach to Bay
relay marathon. She even ran the Monica Pastrana
Laredo Relay half-marathon when
she was just a few weeks pregnant Monica took up running as a means of losing
with her son, Diego. After her son’s weight after the birth of her two children She
birth, she returned to running. worked her way up from walking to running and
She enjoyed training at San
Isidro Park. Hgrew to love the sport.
er perseverance saw her drop close to 50 pounds, going from 160
Adriana had a deep love for to 110 on her 5’1”frame. She looked at running as a way of setting
the sport, but, she also had the example of a healthy lifestyle for her children. It became a
a deep love for her family and driving force for her passion for fitness in general.
for her profession, teaching. She Along with running, Monica also engaged in weight training, high
went above and beyond the call of intensity interval training and yoga as a means of developing her
duty for her students, especially ability to run as well as develop her overall fitness. She even included
those with special needs. She was swimming as part of her daily regimen.
equally as devoted and passionate On that fateful day of the accident, Monica was training for her second
towards her family full marathon. Nonetheless, during her road to recovery, she has begun
to gradually regain her stride, having participated in several events,
Adriana had plans for competing including a Run for Scholarships in memory of her friend Adriana
in even more marathons, including Gonzalez de Rodriguez where she completed her first three mile walk
the Ultra Marathon in Blanco, Texas, after the accident, the Flat Creek Estates 5K, the Marble Falls Run/Walk
and was, in fact, training for a full and the LBA 5K Run in honor of Kari, her first full 5K after the accident.
marathon in San Antonio when She dedicates the remainder of her participation in marathons and races
tragedy struck. Nonetheless, Adriana to her two beloved friends and running companions, cherishing their
will always be remembered for her memories forever.
dedication, determination and love.

Karina M. Villarreal
October 25, 1982 – August 29, 2015

She was an educator who believed that everyone was entitled to quality
Ieducation. In the classroom, her dedication to achieve this was equal to none.
n the community, she was always supportive relentless in her training and dreamed of running
of any project that would enable a person to in many events. She encouraged many others to do
achieve his or her life’s dream. Karina believed so by example not just by words. It was her dream
that to achieve the maximum learning experience, to see a community of runners that espoused her
one had to be healthy of mind and body. desire to nourish the body as a catalyst to positively
develop the minds of young children.
Personally, she chose running. She believed
running was a healthy way to release stress and Karina too was training for a marathon, along with
acquire confidence and self-esteem. She was her running buddies on the day of the accident.

High School Cougars

1987 Cross Country Team “To the Top”

McFarland High For eight young men what seemed
School Cougars like an impossibility turned into a
Cross Country Team concrete reality when they became
CCahlaifmorpnioianSst1a9te87 California’s Division 3 1987 State
Champion Cross Country team.
L-R Standing: Thomas Valles, Victor Puentes, Damacio Diaz, Johnny Samaniego, Jose Cardenas, U.S. Army, Staff Sergeant, Coach Jim Making them the first all Latino
White. L-R Kneeling: Luis Partida, Danny Diaz California State Champions in Cross
Prior to the 1987 season the team made
specific goals .
1st  was to win the West Sierra League
2nd was to win the South Area championship.
3rd  was to win the Central Section championship
to qualify them for the State Championship Meet.
These were the competitions leading up to the
State Meet. All their goals were represented
by small mountains one bigger than the other
leading up to the peak of the biggest mountain,

The state Championship.“To the Top”; became their motto that season.  Coach Jim White
These young men worked in the fields and struggled with family dynamics and discrimination, often taking
on adult responsibilities upon their young shoulders., Yet, nothing deterred them from reaching their goal
of becoming champions. Coach White helped mold the eight young men into champions. He mentored
them, pushed them to the limits and taught them that education would be their vehicle to a better life.
He understood the challenges that they faced as migrant farm workers, laboring in the heat and cold,
struggling to help their parents make ends meet. Despite the adversities, White held the team together and
led them to their ultimate victory, establishing a dynasty of Cross Country excellence that continues to this
In 2015, the heroics of both coach and team were captured in an inspiring movie, McFarland USA. The film
documented the team’s many obstacles as well as its steadfastness and determination in reaching the
state championship. Today, the team continues to live in McFarland, each contributing to their beloved
community in different capacities.
Coach Jim White led the Cougars to 9 state titles. Now retired he is a motivational speaker.
Thomas Valles, the lead runner is a correctional officer for the California State Prison system.
Johnny Samaniego is a PE teacher who assumed the role after Coach White.
Jose Cardenas, U.S. Army, Staff Sergeant.
Damacio Diaz is a police officer/detective.
Victor Puentes works for an agricultural company.
Danny Diaz is a guidance counselor at his alma mater, McFarland High.
Luis Partida attended Cal. State University Bakersfield.



First Female ESPN Baseball Analyst

In 2006 The Latin Hall inducted Coach Tom Flores of the Super
Bowl Champion Oakland Raiders and Team USA Softball World
Olympics Gold Medalist Jessica Mendoza-Presently, First
Female Baseball Analyst for the ESPN Sports Network along with
Co-Host Raul Ibañes, Yankee and Phillies Great.

1996 Inductees. Tom Flores - Superbowl Champion,
Coach Oakland Raiders, Pitin Guajardo - LSHOF Founder,
Jessica Mendoza, 2004 Olympic Softball Gold Medalist.


2004 Team USA Softball
Olympic Gold Medalist.
2006 LISHOF Inductee
with J.W. Nixon High
School Softball team.

AboutThe Latin American
International Sports Hall of Fame

In the United States, there are Sports Halls of Fame that honor professional and amateur athletes
in football, basketball, track, tennis, baseball and other sports. There are also ethnic halls of fame
that recognize outstanding athletes from different groups including Italian, Jewish, Irish and
blacks to name a few.

But, there was not a single sports hall of fame that would recognize, honor and salute the
outstanding accomplishments1achievements and contributions of our Latino/Hispanic Sports
Heritage not only from the United States but also those who came to this country from Mexico,
Cuba, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Central and South America and from the vast talent from
the Caribbean Islands.

The Latin-American International Sports Hall of Fame/Salon de Ia Fama Latinoamericano del
Deporte was organized in Laredo, Texas in 1974. At first it was to celebrate, honor and promote
local and regional individuals who had excelled at their particular sport but soon it opened the
doors to include National and International Professional Athletes. It also recognizes as Sportsman
of the Year individuals who continue to preserve and enhance our Latino culture, values and
educational opportunities for our youth and who contribute to the betterment of the City of
Laredo and South Texas.

There have been since its inception an equal recognition of women athletes inductees. It was
important to find role models for our youth and the organizers wanted to include all ages,
regardless of sex in their programs.

The Latin Hall was also created to promote economic development and stimulate business
activity in downtown Laredo when local businesses are contracted to provide services to our
inductees, their families and guests who visit Laredo during the annual 3-day welcome reception,
media luncheon and induction banquet celebration weekend.

Through the years. (1975-2014), and with limited amount of funds the organization has, had
the opportunity to help the youth of our community with scholarships and other youth activity
fundraisers. Plans are to have a Latin Sports International Hall of Fame Museum (downtown)
(soon) which will be a first for the United States and to provide clinics (free of charge) to instruct
our youth in different sports.

Pitin Guajardo

BILLIARDS Latin Hall’s Class of 2000

Vivian Villarreal
Women’s Professional Billiard Association


Women’s Pro 9-Ball
National Champion 1992
ESPN Open World
Champion- 1996

Tony Martinez BASEBALL

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Baseball-New York Yankees
4 Times World Series
1988 Summer Olympics
Gold Medal
Seoul, Korea

BASEBALL Jorge Rafael De Posada

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Jorge Rafael
De Posada

New York Yankees Catcher
4 World Series
1990’s - 2000’s

TAEKWONDO Chayito Espinoza

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Martial Arts/Taekwondo
Gold Medalist - Mexico
Olimpic Games Beijing 2008

San Felipe
High School

Golf Team

San Felipe High
School Mustang
Golf Team
1957 Class A State
Del Rio, Texas

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Coach Tom Flores COACH

Los Angeles Raiders

Tom Flores

Football - Oakland Raiders 1981
Los Angeles Raiders 1984
Super Bowl XV - XVIII
National Football League

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