Portugal - alongside with Saudi Arabia, Cancun (Mexico), Barcelona and Seville (Spain) - is one of the first tourist destinations to receive the "Safe Travels" global safety and hygiene stamp, created by the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) to recognise governments and businesses around the world which have adopted health and hygiene global standardised protocols in response to the COVID-19 outbreak.
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 Netflix released a docu-series with revelations made by the player and some amazing and previously unpublished footage about the Chicago Bulls dynasty in the 90s that has been causing some stir since.
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.
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.
The Portuguese sports scenario is no longer what it was, when hope for success lied mostly on football, on the occasional roller hockey victory or on a surprise coming from athletics. In the last years, the outlook has improved a lot. Today, whatever the competition in which Portugal participates, there are athletes with sufficient talent to compete with any opponent!
We are moved by our passion for sports. That's why we founded Move Sports: to share our love. Sports go beyond the physical aspect: mind and body must walk (run, swim, jump!) side by side to make us better, to get us past our limits. We believe that physical activity and competitive sports can be transformative.