The internship has already started for the seven Mozambican athletes who will represent the country at the Paris 2024 Olympic Games, starting on the 26th of this month, in Paris, France. The athletes, accompanied by their respective coaches, have been in the French city of Saint-Paul-lès-Dax, since last Thursday, to complete a 15-day internship before participating in the Olympic Games. The athletes benefit from the internship offered by the Olympic Committee of Mozambique, which aims to increase confidence levels, in addition to giving them the opportunity to get used to the temperatures in that European country. Alcinda Panguana, from women’s boxing, Deisy Nhaquile, from sailing, Jacira Ferreira, from Judo, those who achieved presence thanks to their results, Steven Sabino, in athletics, Tiago Muxanga, in Boxing, Denise Donelli and Matthew Lawrence, both in Swimming, are the athletes who will represent the country in the biggest interplanetary competition. The seven athletes are accompanied by respective coaches, nominated by the five federations represented in the competition. The Paris 2024 Olympics mark 100 years since the last time the French capital hosted the Games, and a lot has changed since then. From artistic competitions to the sprint races that launched the legend of the film Chariots of Fire, the 1924 competition had many firsts and memorable moments. Around 3089 athletes competed in 126 events across 17 sports, but now, a century later, the Games Olympics have become supersized. Paris 2024 will feature 329 medal events across 32 sports. In the last hundred years, many events have left the Olympic program and many others have entered; Records have been repeatedly broken and technology and facilities have evolved to the point of becoming unrecognizable. Although the 2024 Olympic Games will look very different from more distant editions, 10,500 athletes will be present to take part in its sporting calendar. Source: O País

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