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Legendary Football Player Opens Academy in Israel

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Ronaldinho, world famous Brazilian football player, is bringing his own version of sports education to Israel. After a visit to the country, he chose to open the Ronaldinho Soccer Academy school for 6 to 16-year-olds in Ra’anana, which has its own large Brazilian community. Before the school officially opens in September, they will host 100…

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‘Toyphory’ in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem

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The bookkeepers were right: the Israeli singer Netta Barzilai took the title for the first time in 20 years with her song ‘Toy’. The first few seconds of her performance were enough to let the international audience know: this singer is anything but average. Netta Barzilai, a 1993-born Tel Avivian singer, operated the musical loop…

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Middle East Gets Olympic Cycling Stadium

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Amidst the success of the Giro d’Italia and the rise of the Israel Cycling Academy, a professional Olympic standard cycling track is under construction in Tel Aviv. Named after the “Godfather of Israeli cycling,” the Sylvan Adams Velodrome will aim to grow and promote both competitive and recreational cycling in Israel. With high hopes of…

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Historical Moment in Israel’s Cycling Future

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History is in the making as the Giro d’Italia, the Italian grand bike tour will leave its European home for the first time in 101 years to jump start in Jerusalem, Israel on May 4. About 176 of the world’s best cyclists will spend the first three stages of the 21-stage race riding the hills…

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Vital Zinger: Wonder Woman on Wheels

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Whatever you think you know about people with disabilities, forget it, and meet Vital Zinger, the woman who is radically shifting old fashioned stigmas about people with disabilities. She is creating a new conversation, not about “how I can’t walk, but what I can do, and what I can contribute as a person, not as…

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