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Brazil: the leading example of school sports on the earth

Brazil: the leading example of school sport in the world

On Thursday, December 16, the participants of this year’s Brazilian school games “Jogos Escolares Brasileiros” took part in a solemn event organized especially with the participation of Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro.

The event celebrated the participation and achievements of school athletes who competed in the Games, which took place from October 29 to November 5 this year, hosted by Brazilian Sports Secretary Marcelo Magalhães and Brazilian School Sports Federation (CBDE) President Antonio Hora Filho.

President Bolsonaro addressed the students present, saying: “As I speak to you, the generation of the future, the future of Brazil, I would like to congratulate each and every one of you. To achieve overall good health, you need to have both a healthy mind and a healthy body. It is our responsibility to ensure that you can achieve this with opportunities such as JEB in conjunction with your studies. For everything you’ve achieved so far, we’re proud of you.”

Brazil has always been very active in the world of sports and school sports, participating in many ISF events and hosting several events. Since organizing the 15th edition of the ISF Gymnasiade in Brasília in 2013, Brazil continues its journey of hosting major international sporting events. From the 2014 FIFA World Cup to the 2016 Rio Olympics, offering an even more global approach and sports infrastructure to be used by future Brazilian athletes, providing youth with a natural path for years to come.

Ten years after the event in Brasília, in 2023, this massive sports infrastructure will become the heart of the second edition of the U15 World School Sports Games, when Brazil will once again host the multidisciplinary ISF event, bringing together more than 3,000 student athletes from every continent around the world and after once again brings to light the legacy left by the Olympic Games in Rio in 2016.

ISF President Laurent Petrynka: “CBDE has always been one of the largest and most active members of the ISF and the event will benefit directly from the Olympic venues, with the full potential of Brazil as a host on the world stage. Brazil will be the perfect follow-up to the inaugural edition of this new ISF event.”

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