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BRAZILIAN DELEGATION BOARDS TO COMPETE IN THE OLYMPICS WITH 5 GYMNASTS FROM FLAMENGO

Mais Querido will have around representatives at the Paris Olympic Games

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This last Saturday (6), Flamengo's representatives at the Paris Olympics: Rebeca Andrade, Jade Barbosa, Flávia Saraiva, Lorrane Oliveira and Diogo Soares, embarked for France to begin acclimatization for the Olympic games.

The Mais Querido gymnasts are part of the delegation of the Brazilian Artistic Gymnastics Team and will be the first Team Brazil team to begin training in the country.

In addition to the red-black quintet, the women's and men's teams also count with Julia Soares and Arthur Nory. Reserves Caio Souza, Carolyne Pedro and Andreza Lima also boarded. The team's arrival in Paris is scheduled for this Sunday morning (7). Arriving in the country, they will leave for the city of Troyes, 160 km from the capital.

BRAZIL ARRIVES AS A FAVORITE IN ARTISTIC GYMNASTICS

Brazil arrives at the Olympic Games as one of the biggest favorites individual and team medals for women. Current world silver medalists, Rebeca, Flávia, Jade Barbosa, Lorrane and Júlia Soares arrive at the Olympics as strong candidates.


In addition, Rebeca Andrade is one of the favorites for another three individual podiums. There is also great expectation for the performance of Flávia Saraiva and Diogo Soares.






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FLAMENGO GYMNASTS TALK ABOUT THE OLYMPIC GAMES AND THEIR EXPECTATIONS

Olympics opening ceremony begins this Friday (26)

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The opening ceremony of the Paris Olympic Games starts this Friday- fair (26), but the 2024 edition of the event has already started with football and 7-a-side rugby, both in the men's category, on Wednesday (24). One of the biggest medal expectations for Brazil is artistic gymnastics, which has five Flamengo athletes in the country's delegation (four in the women's and one in the men's).

This Wednesday, through social media, Rubro-negro released videos with messages from the club's gymnasts who will represent Brazil in Paris. See below:


Diogo Soares

“This edition of the Games Paris Olympics we will try to improve participation. I was in Tokyo, I was the youngest on the team, I was going to gain Olympic experience and experience, to be among the best in the world. I took everything I learned in Tokyo and used it to work during these years until I arrived in Paris, and I will definitely arrive better than I arrived in Tokyo. I'm going to try to be among the top 10 in the world in the individual all-around. Any opportunity I have to take a final on the fixed or parallel bar, I will be prepared. The general individual is our focus. If everything goes much better than we expect, we want to be in the top five”, said Diogo.

Rebeca Andrade

“My expectations is that we arrive happy and healthy to give our best performances and represent our country and our club in the best way possible. As the years went by, we built many things within gymnastics, becoming even more physically and mentally mature to overcome obstacles. Unlike all countries, Brazil is very happy, cheerful, charismatic, everyone notices this and wants to be close to us”, said the Olympic champion.

Jade Barbosa< /p>

“I hope we can enjoy every day from preparation to competition day. Every day can make a difference in the smallest details. We are anxious but want to enjoy each day. This team that is planned is a more experienced team, they are girls who have already competed in many games, world medalists, Olympic medalists. It's a very special team that Brazil has. The majority are predominantly from Flamengo, so we are very honored and privileged to be able to enjoy this moment. May we be very happy in Paris.” Flavia Saraiva

“Very happy to be able to represent my country once again at the Olympic Games. A different cycle from Tokyo, which had the pandemic. In 2016 it was my first Olympics. I hope to be very happy and represent my country in the best possible way”, commented the little giant.

Lorrane Oliveira

“We have been preparing for many years. We train together, we want to get there and do our best. Unlike other years, our experience is much better, as a team, individually, we are happy, we feel good in the gym. Let's get there in the best way. The result will come, for sure.”




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FIND OUT THE PURCHASE PERCENTAGE AND MORE DETAILS OF FLAMENGO'S NEGOTIATION TO HAVE A PORTUGUESE CLUB

Mais Querido wishes to acquire the rights to Leixões, from Portugal

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Last Monday (22), Rodolfo Landim revealed that negotiations for Flamengoacquiring a new club in Europe are quite advanced. The team in question is Leixões, from Portugal, where Rubro-Negro wants to buy Sociedade Anônima Desportiva (SAD) for around 80% of the Portuguese team. Highlighting that 56% of this amount belongs to Play Fair.

According to information from journalist Matheus Leal, the values ​​were not revealed, but the purchase would not impact the finances of Mais Querido. Furthermore, representatives from Leixões confirmed that talks between the two parties are advanced and view the movement favorably for the growth of Portuguese football.


However, even though negotiations are advanced on the part of Mais Querido and the Portuguese team, there are still points to be concluded, There is optimism for a positive outcome next week.

FANS PROTEST AGAINST THE SALE OF THE CLUB

Although Leixões representatives see Selling positively, the idea of ​​becoming a SAD did not please many fans of the Portuguese club. Over the weekend, team fans protested against the decision, asking for the team to Flamengo would stay away from the acquisition.

LANDIM'S SPEAKS ABOUT THE PURCHASE OF A NEW CLUB

"There is (interest). We are negotiating with Leixões, we are already in an advanced process. It is the second division (in Portugal). They have just taken Werton, so We are moving forward, yes. If we go further, we will take the details to the (Deliberative) Council for approval", said Landim in a recent interview.



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TITE DETONATES STATE CALENDAR IN COLLECTIVE AFTER FLAMENGO'S VICTORY

Reducing regional championships is a suggestion that deserves serious consideration

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In the current scenario of Brazilian football, one of the most discussed points is the management of cregional championships and their impact on the national sports calendar. The intensity and frequency of these tournaments have been a reason for debate among players, coaches and managers, who suggest a reformulation that could benefit both clubs and athletes.

Recently, a suggestion has gained strength: the reduction of regional championships. The proposal is clear and direct: reduce the number of regional games to provide more rest time for players and, consequently, expand the window of time available for the Brazilian Championship.


FLAMENGO HAS ITS VOABILITIES IN THE SEASON


Currently, regional championships are intensely contested, with matches taking place from Sunday to Sunday. This exhausting routine results in an average of just five days off for players between games. The workload not only compromises the performance of athletes on the field, but also increases the risk of injuries, affecting the quality of games and the health of professionals.

With the reduction of regional championships, it would be possible to allocate a longer period for the realization of Brazilian Championship. This change would bring significant benefits to the sporting calendar, allowing for better organization and planning of matches, as well as providing adequate rest for players. With more time available, clubs could prepare more effectively for national clashes, raising the level of competition.



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