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Over the years the country has done very well in the winter and summer Olympics leading to them hosting the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio. European Football (soccer) is the face of sports in Brazil and everyone in the country unifies around it. Due to their structure of teaching, opportunities for someone to become a coach or into sports management has a number of requirements which is determined through the government (Stambulova & Ryba, 2013, p. 64). Economy Brazil’s economy has been very successful over the years with continuous growth each year and a GDP of about $12,100, making it 106th in the world; with a life expectancy of 69. It has he seventh largest economy in the world and is expected to rise to fifth within the next several years ("Brazil: Economy", 2011).
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