Hector Asuncion RosarioNòmber: Hector Asuncion Rosario
Fecha Nasementu: 25 mei 1925
Lugá: Kòrsou
Deporte: Kronista Deportivo
Fayesé: 10 ougùstùs 2008

A drenta salon di fama na 1985

Hector Asuncion Rosario, a kuminsá den krónika deportivo den kuminsamentu di añanan ‘ 50 na La Prensa, di kual diario despues e tabata enkargá ku redakshon. A introdusí elekshon di 5 deportista anual, komo promé distinshon pa deportistanan tur aña.

De añanan 50 el a kuminsá tambe ku e promé programa deportivo semanal na radio, na CUROM (e tempu ei den Fòrti riba Rif).

Pa e emisora ei el a kuminsá tambe ku e promé transmishonnan di futbòl regular na Papiamentu. El a keda den narrashon di futbòl di e tempu ei te ku aña 1980. Tambe e ta narador di Boxeo.
El a kuminsá i a hib’é pa mas ku dies aña e promé programa semanal deportivo na Televishon (patrosiná pa Shell).

Na televishon el a kontinuá ku elekshon di e 5 mihó deportistanan di aña. El a skirbi pa un periodo breve pa un suplemento deportivo di e diario AMIGOE y tambe un kolumna den NOBO. E tabata na momento dado e promé ku tabata komentá deporte na tur tres media, esta korant, radio i televishon.

Na 1983 a kuminsá ku e promé programa deportivo diario na Televishon.
Hector Rosario den su hubentut ta práktika futbòl, atletismo i kòrfbal, i tabata forma parti di e ekipo di Independiente ku na 1941 a bira kampeon di Futbòl si Korsou. Sr. Rosario tabata pa vários aña presidente di e klup kampeon di beisbòl dje tempu ei, “Lucky Strike”, i tabata den direktiva di Federashon di Beisbòl e tempu ei presidí pa e Kònsùl Dominicano aki, Don Andres Julio Espinal. Hector Rosario a bira promé kronista deportivo pa ser inkluí den e Galeria di Salon di Fama di C.S.F.

English Version

Hector Asuncion Rosario is a figure in the sports chronicles since the early 1950s at La Prensa, of which he later took charge of the editorial. He introduced the annual election of 5 athletes as the first distinction for athletes every year. In the ’50s, he also started the first weekly sports program on the radio at CUROM (at that time in Fòrti on Rif).

He also started the first regular football broadcasts in Papiamentu on that station. He remained in football commentary until 1980. He is also a boxing narrator.

He started and led the first weekly sports program on television for more than ten years (sponsored by Shell). On television, he continued with the election of the 5 best athletes of the year. He wrote briefly for a sports supplement of the AMIGOE newspaper and also a column in NOBO. At one point, he was the first to comment on sports in all three media: newspaper, radio, and television.

In 1983, he started the first daily sports program on television.

In his youth, Hector Rosario practiced football, athletics, and korfball, and was part of the Independiente team that became football champions of Curaçao in 1941. Mr. Rosario was the president of the baseball champion club of that time, “Lucky Strike,” for several years, and was on the board of the Baseball Federation, presided over by the Dominican Consul at the time, Don Andres Julio Espinal. Hector Rosario became the first sports journalist to be included in the C.S.F. Hall of Fame Gallery.