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Telmo Pinao wins bronze at Paracycling World Championships – Observer

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Portugal’s Telmo Pinão took third place this Sunday in the C2 long-distance race at the Paracycling World Cup event contested in Elzach, Germany, while Bernardo Vieira took a more cautious part.

On the final day of competition in Portugal, Telmo Pinão in C2 and Bernardo Vieira in C1 both raced over 44.4 km, the first on the podium and the second in eighth place.

The C2 race was dominated by Frenchman Florian Chapeau who isolated himself to win with a time of 1:07.33 hours, while Czech Ivo Koblasa came in second, 1.05 minutes behind the winner, as did Telmo Pinao who took bronze. medal. in a sprint between 10 runners.

Bernardo Vieira had a less happy day, finishing no more than eighth out of 12 competitors in class C1. The Portuguese was 8.08 minutes behind the winner, German Pierre Senska, the fastest of the four groups participating in the triumph.

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Spaniard Ricardo Tem Argiles was second, leaving third place for American Aaron Keith.

“Telmo handled the race very well, staying hidden in the group but reacting whenever there were important moves. Bernardo didn’t feel very well, he couldn’t get into the front group,” national coach José Marques said in a statement released by the Portuguese Cycling Federation (FPC).

After Luis Costa’s H5 bronze in the time trial on Friday, Pinão brought the Portuguese delegation a second podium at the German World Cup.

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Pedro Proenza chooses ‘fighting violence’ in football as a priority for the 2022/23 season – Observer

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Pedro Proenza chooses 'fighting violence' in football as a priority for the 2022/23 season - Observer

The president of the Portuguese Professional Football League (LPFP) chose “fighting violence” as one of the priorities for the 2022/23 season on Tuesday, hoping that the season will be marked by “positive”.

We have some measures to improve competition, namely in the fight against violence, as well as in the framework of expediency and good playing time. We will try to make this season for the return of football in its entirety and recovery after the last two years marked by Covid-19,” said Pedro Proenza.

The manager foresaw the next season at the end of the Liga I and II calendar draw ceremony, which also included the presentation of prizes for the previous season’s performance, hoping that the Portuguese football stages would be “attractive”. families.”

“For the anti-violence measures that we are going to take, we have meetings scheduled in the coming weeks with the Ministry of the Interior in order to be able to reorganize the methodology for the next season. We want football to be a positive and engaging spectacle for families,” said the LPFP leader.

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Pedro Proenza recalled that the 2022/23 season will be “another season”, marked by a break in the championships, in November and December, due to the World Cup in Qatar, but he believes that this does not affect the competitiveness of the competition.

“The League knew how to adapt by creating a differentiated sporting environment, with the League Cup in that period, to keep the teams competitive. I believe it will be a season full of positivity,” he added.

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The manager emphasized that “the clubs have a very strong union in terms of professional football”, and commented on the start of the championship, dictated by the draw.

“We will start the season with a very strong derby between Sporting CP and Sporting CP and then on the third round we will have another derby. [FC Porto — Sporting] it will make us associate ourselves with the show,” he analyzed.

The President of the LPFP also commented on the export vein of the national clubs highlighted in this pre-season with the transfers made, namely FC Porto and Benfica.

“We have a business model that is largely based on the development of young players, Portuguese and foreign. We have the ability to produce talent, but we must be ready to continue when there are outlets. It is important to keep our clubs competitive both nationally and internationally,” concluded Pedro Proenza.

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3-year-old corrects his mother’s Portuguese and becomes popular on social media – Pais&Filhos

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  • A three-year-old girl went viral after she corrected her mother’s Portuguese.
  • In videos posted online, the mother shows everyday conversations in which her daughter corrects her.
  • “Glory” began after the mother posted a video in which the girl makes an order in a restaurant.

One girl 3 year old succeeds online after correcting his Portuguese mother videos posted on social media. Little Bianca Cavalcanti has gained a lot of fans online after her 27-year-old mother Andresa Cavalcanti posted tapes showing off her daughter’s knowledge.

@bibiemamiPeople, I will never make a mistake again 😳🤭 know these?!♬ original sound – Andreza and Bianca Cavalcanti

After a video of her ordering at a restaurant went viral and racked up millions of views. child reached an even larger audience when he began correcting his parents’ Portuguese. The mother told UOL she noticed her daughter’s behavior some time ago, but recently decided to record a conversation between them: “I pretended to send an audio and recorded it to see if she would correct me.”

Andresa explained that during the pandemic, when Bianca was still beverages, she noticed her daughter’s speech development and decided to further stimulate the girl with a few games. Thanks to this incentive, Bianca considers these activities her favorite, and Andresa feels satisfaction from this: “It was wonderful. Fulfilled for being able to be so present in the early years of her life.”

3-year-old girl succeeds after correcting her mother’s speech (Photo: Reproduction / TikTok / @bibiemami)

In a video posted on social media, the mother wrote in the caption, “Guys, I will never make a mistake again! Do you know anyone like that?” Even though Bianca already has so much knowledge, Bianca only entered school this year and her mother said that being around children of the same age would be a positive thing for her daughter.

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Portuguese Study Shows Benefits of Beer

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Researchers at the Center for Research in Medical Technologies and Services (CINTESIS) in Porto concluded that “beer drinking is good for the gut microbiota,” a factor associated with the prevention of chronic diseases such as obesity, diabetes and cardiovascular disease. disease.

CINTESIS said in a statement that the study, publicado no Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistryye, which also included researchers from the NOVA School of Medicine, Department of Health Sciences, concluded that “beer drinking is good for the gut microbiota.”

“Beer consumption improves the composition of the gut microbiota, which is associated with the prevention of very common chronic diseases such as obesity, diabetes and cardiovascular disease,” the center emphasizes.

During the study, the group recruited healthy men aged 23 to 58 for a four-week trial that involved drinking 330 milliliters (mL) of beer daily with or without alcohol.

The results showed that drinking beer, a beverage derived from the fermentation of cereals, “increases gut microbiota diversity without increasing weight and fat mass.”

At the same time, the researchers concluded that drinking this drink “does not significantly affect cardiometabolic biomarkers” such as glucose, cholesterol and triglycerides.

“Interestingly, alkaline phosphatase, an important biomarker of liver, kidney, and bone damage, decreased over the course of the study,” notes CINTESIS, adding that the gut health benefits of beer “appeared to be independent of alcohol content,” i.e., occur regardless of whether whether there is alcohol in the beer or not.

The researchers believe that the positive effects of beer may be due to the polyphenols present in the drink, similar to what happens with red wine.

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The researchers cited in the statement emphasize that the study “demonstrates that this type of polyphenol-rich beverage, in this case beer, is an interesting approach to increase gut microbiota diversity.”

The study, which was led by researchers Ana Faria and Conceição Calhau, also involved other CINTESIS specialists.

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