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Michael Hernandez

Michael Hernandez, Assistant Sports Editor

Michael Hernandez is a sophomore at Fordham’s Gabelli School of Business, majoring in marketing with a concentration in sports business. He started on the Ram in his freshman year as a contributing writer and is looking forward to his new role as an Assistant Sports Editor in Volume 103 of the Ram.

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Max Verstappen has officially won the drivers championship in 2022. (Courtesy of Twitter)

Formula 1: Back to Back

October 12, 2022
Adama Traore was one of the many players on the move this transfer window. (Courtesy of Twitter)

Winter Transfer Window

February 9, 2022
The F1 now ushers in a new era of regulations, with a stylish finish to the season to cap it off (courtesy of Twitter)

End of an Era

February 2, 2022
Max Verstappen won the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix and also became the 2021 Formula 1 world champion (courtesy of twitter).

A New Champion

December 23, 2021
Hamilton (left) is now level on points with Verstappen (right) heading into the final race of the season. (Courtesy of Twitter)

Chaos in Jeddah

December 9, 2021
“Formula 1: Drive to Survive” is a documentary that offers a rare behind-the-scenes look at one of the top sports in the world. (courtesy of Facebook)

The Drive to Survive

November 3, 2021
PSGs attack of Messi, Neymar and Mbappe is one of soccers most expensive trios. (Courtesy of Twitter)

Overtime: Cash is King

October 6, 2021
Cristiano Ronaldo scored the game winner for Manchester United against Villareal in the second matchday of the Champions League. (Courtesy of Twitter)

UCL Matchday Two Recap

October 6, 2021
Pictured from left to right: Lando Norris, Zak Brown (CEO of McLaren Racing), and Daniel Ricciardo. (Courtesy of Twitter)

Madness in Monza

September 22, 2021
PSGs acquisition of Messi highlighted the drama of an unprecedented transfer window. (Courtesy of Twitter)

Overtime: Transfer Frenzy

September 15, 2021
The most recent US Open was one for the books, especially because of the crowd in the final matches. (Courtesy of Michael Hernandez)

A Historic Open

September 15, 2021
Max Verstappen won his home race at the Dutch Grand Prix, which saw him win 2 races in a row as well as giving him the lead of the drivers championship (courtesy of Twitter).

Hometown Celebrations

September 9, 2021
George Russell earned his first ever podium in a race that set the record for Formula Ones shortest in its 71 year history. (Courtesy of Twitter)

A Historic “Race”

September 1, 2021
The Mercedes of Valtteri Bottas caused an incident which took out several cars, including one of their main rivals in a race that saw the championship lead change hands.

A New Winner

August 16, 2021
Max Verstappen picked up a hat trick of victories as he dominated the Austrian Grand Prix, increasing his championship lead against Lewis Hamilton (courtesy of Twitter)

Absolute Domination

July 15, 2021
The Red Bull of Max Verstappen was cruising to a dominating victory before a tire failure caused him to crash out with five laps to go (courtesy of Twitter)

Well Done Baku

June 17, 2021
Red Bulls Max Verstappen (above) takes the win at the Emilia Romana Grand Prix to show himself as an early competitor to Lewis Hamilton (Courtesy of Twitter).

Drama in Imola

April 28, 2021
Lionel Messi (left) and Cristiano Ronaldo (right) have dominated for the past 15 years, but we may be seeing the beginning of the end for these two soccer legends. (Courtesy of Twitter)

End of an Era

March 3, 2021
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