As they swap flip-flops for ski boots, Lais da Silva Souza and Joselane Rodrigues dos Santos have more to learn than other Winter Olympic hopefuls: The Brazilians only took up skiing five months ago.
Millions of soccer fans are preparing for travel around Brazil next June for the World Cup, and the two agencies overseeing their transport can’t agree on the best way to do it.
Pele, the only person to win three World Cups as a player, said Brazil will enter next year’s tournament with more humility than when the country last hosted soccer’s marquee event in 1950.
Three Brazilian World Cup stadiums, including the Sao Paulo arena where two workers were killed in an accident last week, will miss a construction deadline imposed by soccer’s governing body.
Organizers of next year’s soccer World Cup warned 100 companies about unauthorized ticket sales and expect the number to swell following this week’s tournament draw.
The damage caused two days ago in a deadly accident at the stadium that will host the opening match of next year’s soccer World Cup in Brazil will set back work by two months, the facility’s structural engineer said.
Two workers were killed when a crane accident crushed a portion of the stadium being built for the opening game of soccer’s World Cup in Brazil next year.
Red Bull isn’t worried about Formula One becoming a turnoff for fans after Sebastian Vettel won a fourth straight title, manager Christian Horner said.
It’s not record ticket prices preventing Adriana Oliveira from seeing her beloved Flamengo in Brazil’s soccer cup final. She simply can’t find one for sale.
Formula One teams agree that the sport is costing them too much, they just can’t find a consensus on what to do about it.