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South America's biggest national soccer tournament will mark its 100th anniversary with a special tournament in the United States.
Brazil’s small medal count at the 2012 Games is due to a history of less government investment in its Olympics programs, as well as a lower emphasis on Olympic success as a variable in international legitimacy.

Brazil’s Supreme Federal Court announced yesterday that it will investigate claims that Orlando Silva, Brazil’s sports minister, embezzled millions of dollars in public funds.

Major League Baseball (MLB) all-star Albert Pujols hosted a celebrity golf tournament this week in Missouri to benefit his Pujols Family Foundation and its work in helping families in need in his native country.

Does hosting sporting events promote social and economic development?
Women athletes must be promoted and awarded in the same way as their male counterparts.

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