The increasing popularity of women’s football in Poland is beginning to benefit from the investment by big clubs and trustworthy partners, but this sport is still facing numerous paradoxes.
The 22-year-old Polish chess player Jan-Krzysztof Duda defeated Magnus Carlsen in the 5th round of the Altibox Norway Chess Tournament. Duda put an end to the world champion’s 125-game unbeaten streak.
At just 22 years old, Egan Bernal has become the first Colombian to win the Tour de France. More than an individual conquest, it was “a triumph of the whole country.”
Sourced from sugar cane, which grows steadily in Colombia’s warm lowlands, panela fueled the country’s legendary team in the 1983 Tour de France. Journalist Mauricio Silva tells how its success created a superpower myth.
Sofía Gómez is one of Colombia’s most tenacious female athletes, holding the record for the deepest free dive with two fins at 83 meters of depth. While pursuing her deepest dive, Sofía makes environmental causes a mission.
A dive inside dance to find zero-gravity with Luísa Roubaud, Researcher and Professor in Dance Studies.
A runner’s body is almost a different human species from that of a sedentary person. And with exercise, we prevent two major threats to quality of life: the deterioration of cognitive abilities and the loss of mobility.
When the musculoskeletal system is stimulated, it does not degenerate. There is a strong feedback mechanism between this and the nervous system, hence the conclusion that the body and mind are forever young.
Why breathing is so important in sports and competition? Three athletes from Portugal, Colombia and Poland help us to understand this.
Football provides, first of all, positive emotions, even when the temperature is close to a boiling point.
On July 10, 2016, the Portuguese football team, led by Cristiano Ronaldo, won the UEFA European Championship with a goal by Eder, bringing the nation to ecstasy.
A deep dive investigation into what makes football such a fertile ground for raw, unfiltered emotions, in a Summer when France hosts the European Football Championship.
The Olympic flame is at the heart of the Games’ symbolism. Three athletes are presented as the pinnacle of human achievement: Carlos Lopes, Mariana Pajón and Robert Korzeniowski.