How a yellow jersey is dividing Brazil: a chronology of events since the 2010 Olympics
A recent article by Brazil’s Ministry of Culture and Communication highlights the work of this Ministry and of sports authorities, and particularly the participation of Brazil in the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia. The Ministry points out the achievements of sports and culture in the country, and highlights the key role played by the Ministry and the Brazil Olympic Committee in the participation of the country in this Olympic games. We cannot fail to mention that in the same article the Ministry mentions the efforts of sports federations to promote the dissemination of sports in the country, as well as the success of the ministry in its own work.
We have to acknowledge the role played by our country and of the Ministry of Culture and Communication in the development of the sports scene in Brazil at the beginning of the 21st century. The Ministry’s work in sports promotion is part of the great tradition of the country, which in the case of sports, is an example of public diplomacy and good governance. It is therefore not possible to forget that sports has always been a great engine for the regeneration of Brazilian society, which aspires to national progress and development, in a context of great social inequality.
The Olympic Games are a powerful means that the Brazilian state uses to promote the promotion of sports. The Ministry of Culture and Communication takes care of a range of state-run sports events and promotes the dissemination of sports at several levels: on the national and international level, and in the cities, in all regions, as well as within the country. The Ministry’s work is therefore closely linked to that of the Ministry of Sports and, of course, the Brazil Olympic Committee.
As we can see, the ministry has always been closely involved in the work of the committee. The ministry has been involved in the coordination of events and competitions, in the promotion of the Olympic Games and in the organization of the competition. It is essential that the ministry is also involved in the organization of Olympic sports tournaments, such as the Olympics, Paralympics and world championships.
It is worth mentioning that the ministry has always contributed to the work of the Brazil Olympic Committee, with the help of its staff or with other organizations. It is part of the Ministry of Culture and Communication an organization that has been active in the development of the Olympic movement throughout the