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The most expensive Olympic Games ever will be the games of hope

The most expensive Olympic Games ever will be the games of hope

The COVID-19 pandemic arrived as an unstoppable avalanche across the planet and affected sectors that previously seemed untouchable, such as the Olympic Games, for all its global symbolic weight. The decision to postpone the competition had enormous financial costs. Japan, the host country, is betting strongly on preventive measures to make it possible to have the event in 2021 as a symbol of hope.

Have you done sports today?

Have you done sports today?

The pandemic has changed society and sport as well, be it amateur or professional sports. Globally, almost all activity stopped, with most competitions suspended or canceled - including the Olympic Games -, posing significant challenges to the sporting world.

2020 in retrospect

2020 in retrospect

The time has come for balance sheets and, except for some nostalgic people, no one wants to hear about 2020 again! It was, of course, a year full of challenges and (bad) news. Anyway, in good spirit and with renewed energy, we set out to do a review of the year passed highlighting ten moments we considered essential from this latest lap around the sun.

Diego Maradona, the football wizard

Diego Maradona, the football wizard

Diego Armando Maradona, the Argentine athlete who became known as El Pibe, passed away on November 25, the victim of a cardiopulmonary arrest, at the age of 60. He is considered one of the greatest players in the history of football, with unparalleled talent and an unrepeatable path when taking into account how football is played today. 

Aaron Rodgers: an athlete who sticks to his moustache

Movember: moustaches for a good cause

The Movember movement emerged back in 2003, in Australia. This initiative rehabilitated proudly wearing a moustache in the pursuit of a cause dear to male health: prostate cancer. 

2020: The Portuguese year for racing competitions

2020: The Portuguese year for racing competitions

The next event within the framework of Moto GP, and the last of this year, is the Portuguese Grand Prix that takes place at the Algarve Internacional Racetrack - also known as Portimão Circuit - on the weekend of November 20-22.

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