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    Default Alex Trevino Is Back (:


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    LOL. LOVE the only pic they have of him playing football. Pretty much sums up his football career.

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    Thats not the only picture they have.

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    Of him playing football? That is the only pic they have.

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    Here should follow is Steven Saenz's footsteps..

    If Rio Grande City’s Stephen Saenz makes the 2012 Olympic Games, he’ll do it representing Mexico and not the United States.

    Saenz, a two-time state champion shot-putter at RGC currently at Auburn, got his Mexican dual citizenship last December and first threw representing Mexico two weeks ago in Puerto Rico. He was eligible for Mexican citizenship through his maternal grandmother, who is from Mexico.
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    Quote Originally Posted by teamfalcon View Post
    Here should follow is Steven Saenz's footsteps..

    If Rio Grande City’s Stephen Saenz makes the 2012 Olympic Games, he’ll do it representing Mexico and not the United States.

    Saenz, a two-time state champion shot-putter at RGC currently at Auburn, got his Mexican dual citizenship last December and first threw representing Mexico two weeks ago in Puerto Rico. He was eligible for Mexican citizenship through his maternal grandmother, who is from Mexico.
    Easier getting on Mexico's national team?

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    Easier? YES.

    Having your parents or grand parents born in Mexico allows him to gain dual citizenship and qualify for the national team. I can almost guarantee he would have the top 3 fastest time in the 200 in the entire country of Mexico. (assuming he's been training).
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    WOW .. Mexico huh .
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