The Northern Ireland golfer Rory McIlroy is scheduled to visit Haiti in June 2011 to assess the progress made by UNICEF in delivering needed services to Haitian children. McIlroy is one of the current global ambassadors for UNICEF branch of the United Nations. This trip to Haiti will constitute the first trip for McIlroy as ambassador for U.N.
Born in Ireland on May 4th, 1989, Rory McIlroy is a successful amateur and professional golf player. At the age of sixteen, McIlroy participated for the first time in the British Masters
This is a picture of our talented soccer player player Peterson who just signed a multi years contract with a major soccer league. The 21 year old Haitian soccer player signed a contract to be the midfielder for the Sporting Kansas City team.
This is a chance for the Haitian soccer player, Peterson Joseph, to shine outside of Haiti and let the world know the talent of Haitian soccer players
Miami Heat and the Americans Airlines Arena launched a Haiti Relief drive to support the people affected by the earthquake. Alonzo Mourning and Tim Hardaway were on Hand to receive donation for the relief effort. They are encouraging people to give and contribute. Alonzo Mourning was in Haiti recently to help.
Both Alonzo Mourning and Tim Hardaway are former American professional basketball players, who played with the Miami Heat. Mourning made a comeback after undergoing a kidney transplant and later won his first NBA Championship with the Heat. Tim Hardaway was one of the league's best point guards. He was best known for his devastating crossover dribble.
This is reason to believe that Dr. Yves Jean-Bart, has been implicated in a a scandal with other FAFA officials. According to some reports and FIFA, there is a chance that Dr. Yves Jean-Bart might find himself in conflict with FIFA code of ethics and a likelihood that he might have violated some of them. According to the allegations, Dadou is accused of receiving gift and cash in exchange for his votes.
If Dr. Yves Jean-Bart is found guilty following the investigation, he will likely be asked to resign his current position as the President of the Haitian Football Federation. There is a chance that he might be banned from soccer alltogether.
Named Beaver Country Day's MVP in November 2011, the Haitian-Japanese midfielder Zachary Herivaux is on his way to become a superstar in the world of soccer.
He is a member of the U15 US National Squad and the New England Revolution Academy. All is not lost in Haiti or for the Haitians. He has also been named one of the top five under 17 players to watch worldwide.