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Lisbon, Portugal to host the UEFA Champions League "Final 8" in August

Lisbon, Portugal to host the UEFA Champions League "Final 8" in August

The 2019/20 UEFA Champions League quarter-finals, semi-finals and final will be played as a straight knockout tournament in Lisbon, Portugal in August, UEFA has announced this morning. This is amazing news for Portugal and it comes as a well-deserved prize for all that the country has done to control the COVID-19 outbreak. UEFA is signalling that Portugal is the ideal country to resume sports activities.

A new face for rugby in COVID-19 times

A new face for rugby in COVID-19 times

The World Rugby Law Review Group proposed temporary and optional changes to rugby rules to minimize player contact and reduce the possibility of COVID-19 transmission.

The re-launch of sports

The re-launch of sports

The current health crisis resulting from COVID-19 has put most of the world's citizens at home, and many countries have been "closed for maintenance". This situation caused a series of uncertainties and, in addition to that, this crisis offered a time for reflection on what society we collectively want to build after this hiatus.

Air Jordan: the GOAT

Air Jordan: the GOAT

Michael Jordan is back on the spotlight. No, he didn't return to the courts, unfortunately for us. Netflix released a docu-series with revelations made by the player and some amazing and previously unpublished footage about the Chicago Bulls dynasty in the 90s that has been causing some stir since.  

Portugal is ready to welcome back tourists, Reuters reports

Portugal is ready to welcome back tourists, Reuters reports

As the country is slowly easing COVID-19 restrictions, with the outbreak under control and with its national health service responding well, Portugal’s doors are open to tourists, Reuters reported this morning, citing Foreign Minister Augusto Santos Silva.

Missing Sports

Missing Sports

At a time when some of the biggest national football championships are coming back, nostalgia for sports couldn't be higher. Nevertheless, some won't be coming back and it will be a while until all sports competitions return to normality - and even then, matches will take place without a live audience. There has to be a way to fill this void that our passion is craving.

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