Lisbon is the best urban tourism destination in the world, and a huge part of its charm is due to it being built along the north bank of the Tagus, a riverfront that stretches for tens of kilometres. For a runner, to run across the Tagus riverfront with absolutely no traffic is a unique opportunity.
The Clube de Futebol Os Belenenses is a Portuguese institution that now celebrates one hundred years of existence. The official celebration of the centenary took place on September 7, in the mythical Restelo Stadium, in Lisbon, where stars like Matateu, the star of the club, played and shone in the 1950s, and Vicente, who in the 1960s reduced Pélé to a regular player in two or three games between Portugal and Brazil in 1965 and 1966.
Corporate decision-makers have everything to gain from creating partnerships and synergies with Sports Excellence Invisible Units, the SEIUs which, fortunately, have emerged globally in recent years.
180 women and men arrive in Lisbon with the sole objective of winning the football competition for which they registered. There is no more exciting scenario than this, especially when footballers are UN officials - that is, they spend all year trying to solve some of the world's most serious problems and rarely have a moment of fun.
The UN swimming athletes, meeting in Lisbon for the Inter-Agency Games, their annual sporting competition, were ready, trained and motivated. In the warm-up areas and on the pool slopes there was that silent nervousness that precedes great moments.