To balance his energy:
SAMBA goes for walks twice a day.
To keep him in shape & socialized:
He runs and plays in the park
three times a week
Samba (Schnauzer) and
Batucada his friend
August 25th, 2016
A much better Rio de Janeiro after the Olympic Games 2016.
“History will talk about a Rio de Janeiro before and after a much better Rio de Janeiro after the Olympic Games", said International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach at the closing ceremony of the Olympic Games Rio 2016. Indeed, a unique legacy will be left these games to current and future generations of Cariocas and Brazilians, which touches multiple facet's of people daily lives. The sporting legacy will naturally be an important one from the Olympic Games Rio 2016, with new world-class sports venues to be used by elite and grassroots athletes. For example:
Rio de Janeiro has used the Olympic Games as an important catalyst to improve its public transport infrastructure, with the population that will have access to high capacity public transport up from 18 per cent in 2009 to 65 per cent at the end of this year.
This is thanks to:
There will also be an educational legacy from the Olympic Games Rio 2016, with infrastructure and knowledge both gained during Rio’s time as a host city. Cariocas and Brazilians will be able to benefit from:
The Games have also brought an economic legacy to the city and country. An independent study by the Fundation Getulio Vargas showed that Rio enjoyed the best and most socially equitable development of any city in Brazil during the period of the Games preparations. Beyond the direct investment through construction and jobs for the Games, the economic legacy will also be felt thanks to:
Finally, the Olympic Games have also delivered an important legacy of an increase in national unity and pride from the successful hosting of marvellous Games.
There is no doubt that the legacy of Rio 2016 will live on for a long time to come.