Let's cut to the chase: Pelé's country is now Marta's country. It makes no sense to ignore the willpower and brilliance of our women athletes.
Despite all the negative media and attitudes, Rio's Olympic Opening Ceremony provided a peek into one of the many reasons the Cidade Maravilhosa gets its name and an impressive environmental trait that not many other cities can claim.
Brazilian cuisine falls pretty perfectly in the middle of the health-hedonism spectrum.
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For this American viewer, I am sick of all the pretending and posing, the fake endorsements, the irresponsible lying. I'm sick of our games and I'm sick of the games there.
Of course, the benefits of expanding access to voluntary, rights-based family planning extend beyond Zika. When women and girls can take charge of their reproductive health, it yields exponential gains -- improving their lives as well as the health, productivity, and prosperity of their families and communities.
This isn't a team about winning medals. No, it's about representing the spirit of the games for those who have no country to play or cheer for otherwise. This is about equal opportunity.
We can wake ourselves up by increasing our oxygen level by breathing deeply. Or conversely, we can put ourselves to sleep with a kind of meditation of shallow breathing, and repeating silently the words to the rhythmic "in" and "out" like a mantra.
Welcome to Rio 2016.
A propensity to undergo periodic episodes of instability and volatility in global financial markets will persist. Get ready for a continuous dispute between the two financial tales about EM, as well as to increasing efforts of differentiation among their assets.
You can be an Olympic champion, all you need to do is train. You don't even have to know what you're doing either.
Co-authored by Thaiza Vitória, 15-year-old Brazilian handball player and member of the 'One Win Leads to Another' programme in Rio de Janeiro and UN...
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Can Brazil's gauzy image as a land of beautiful beaches, nonstop carnival, supernatural soccer and women so tall and tan and young and lovely that they inspire men to poetry -- or at least to bossa nova -- survive much more reality?
The reason why the prolific, legendary shoemaker is taking on this project with the Cuban Olympic team is simply because he's enthusiastic about it. It's not because he's concerned with drumming up more business.