Latest Carlos Gonzalez Stories

Amputee Athletes Push Physical Boundaries With Help From Unique clinic
2012-06-05 14:24:07

UCSF´s Multidisciplinary Training Program Helps Amputees Reach Their Athletic Goals Carlos Gonzalez stands out from an athletic group gathered on a grassy field at the UCSF Mission Bay campus. The gregarious 32-year-old sports a stylish fauxhawk and walks with a confident yet understated swagger. He's training to become a mixed martial arts (MMA) fighter. The group looks like a slice of the Bay Area: a multiracial gathering — white, black, Latino, Asian, biracial — of...

2012-01-23 16:35:00

Daily Business Review honors Michael Diaz, Jr., Gary Davidson and Carlos Gonzalez from Diaz Reus & Targ, LLP Miami, Florida (PRWEB) January 23, 2012 Diaz Reus & Targ, LLP partners Michael Diaz, Jr., Gary E. Davidson and Carlos F. Gonzalez were selected the 2011 “Most Effective Lawyers” in international law by The Daily Business Review´s editorial staff. The Review acknowledged the work of 85 South Florida attorneys in 14 legal categories including class action,...

2009-08-19 21:45:08

Solo homers by Clint Barmes and Carlos Gonzalez Wednesday led the Colorado Rockies to a 5-4 win over Washington. Barmes and Gonzalez each had two hits. The homer by Gonzalez, his eighth, gave Colorado a 5-3 advantage leading off the top of the eighth. Troy Tulowitzki hit a two-run first-inning double. Dexter Fowler had one RBI, while winning pitcher Jason Marquis added one hit for the Rockies, who have split their last four games. Marquis (14-8) surrendered three runs and nine hits in six...

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