Getting back to physical activity, alone or with a group, indoors or outdoors, is a process that many people are delaying in the wake of the pandemic. However, exercise is fundamental for your health, so finding the motivation to restart is of the essence. Follow these hints to resume training and reap the benefits and joy of physical exercise!
The organization of the World Youth Day Lisbon 2023, in partnership with Move Sports, is launching the WYD Global Race, a global-scale race taking place November 21-30.
The first World Masters title in Portuguese tennis was won by the +35 years old doubles team of Fred Gil and José Ricardo Nunes, in an unprecedented victory for Portuguese tennis.
In August 2016, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) approved five new Olympic disciplines, debuting at the Tokyo Olympic Games. They are surfing, climbing, karate, skateboarding, and baseball/softball, chosen from a shortlist of 26.
Skateboarding made its entrance in the Olympic Games for the first time in Tokyo, and Portugal was represented by an athlete who keeps growing and adding great results to his career history. He is Gustavo Ribeiro, 20 years old, and after his recent 8th place in Tokyo, where he got an Olympic diploma despite having competed injured, he shone again at the end of August, in the USA, winning the first stage of the World Street Skateboarding League.
Miguel Blanco, a 25-year-old surfer from Cascais, had his first contact with the sea and a surfboard when he was seven years old. A connection that immediately made him fall in love with the sport and led him to a life surrounded by waves. He is a two-time national surfing champion, in 2018 and 2019, among countless other victories. As a professional surfer, Miguel has visited hundreds of beaches in Portugal and around the world.