Qual a fonte da loterias caixa
Lucas Prado, Men’s 200m T11, at the 2013 IPC Athletics World Championships Lyon
II Caixa Loterias Athletics and Swimming Open Championships, Sao Paulo, Brazil
The Brazilian National Paralympic Committee hosted three days of athletics competition on the eight-lane track at the Icaro de Castro Mello Stadium from 24-26 April in São Paulo. Athletes across all impairment groups took part, and prize money was awarded in Euros according to the Brazilian point system.
With more than 11 million inhabitants, São Paulo is the largest city in Brazil, as well as the largest city in the southern hemisphere in the Americas.
The city has held numerous large sporting events in the past, including the 2011 World Women’s Handball Championships and the 2006 FIBA Women’s Basketball Championships. Most notably, it will play host to the 2014 FIFA World Cup, while the Olympic and Paralympic Games will travel to Brazil in 2016.
Qual a fonte da loterias caixa Lucas Prado, Men’s 200m T11, at the 2013 IPC Athletics World Championships Lyon II Caixa Loterias Athletics and Swimming Open Championships, Sao Paulo,
Big names headline Brazil’s Circuit Loterias Caixa
Andre Brasil poses with his gold medal after winning the men’s 100m butterfly S10 at London 2012.
“The steps of the Circuit National Housing Lotteries are very important because they serve as a preparation for international competitions and world.”
Brazil had a clean sweep of the women’s 100m T11 final at London 2012, which was won by Terezinha Guilhermina in a new world-record time of 12.01.
Andre Brasil, Terezinha Guilhermina and Alan Cardoso Fonteles Oliveira will all be competing on the national stage this weekend in Brazil.