Benoa, Brazil’s national sportswomen, will be back at it in Rio de Janeiro on August 26, with the athletes competing in two pools.
The women’s pool, which is located next to the Men’s Aquatic Centre, will host the women’s 200-metre final on Sunday.
In the men’s 400-metres, the event will be played in the Aquatic Arena, which opened in the 1960s.
The men’s 100-meters will be held in the same arena, but in a different field.
The event will also be played at the Maracana Stadium, a popular venue for international matches.
The Rio Olympics will also see the introduction of the men-only 200-meter freestyle, which has been the most popular event of the Games, with just four men competing in Rio.
The only other men’s event to be played on the same field as the women is the men, which will take place in the women-only 100-meter final.
Athletes competing in the 200- and 400-meter events in Rio are competing in their second consecutive Olympics, with women’s track and field also taking part.
While the Olympic Games have been the highlight of the summer for many Brazilian athletes, the games have also been the focus of many critics and commentators.
While it’s not unheard of for athletes to receive public criticism, the criticism from Rio has been particularly intense, especially when the men were not invited to the Games.
The athletes are coming under fire from some quarters for their participation, particularly the number of athletes that have been suspended from the Games for doping offences.
While many have been quick to condemn the athletes, others have expressed frustration with the lack of transparency in the Olympic Movement, with many questioning whether Rio was a fair and transparent process.
There have been a number of high-profile doping cases involving Brazilian athletes during the Games including that of U.S. swimmer Michael Phelps, whose doping allegations were eventually dropped.
Phelps also won the gold medal in the men 10,000 meters.
With so much attention being focused on the Games and athletes in general, what is the role of the IOC in dealing with the Rio Games?
It is an important issue to understand and I think there are a number people who have been in the forefront of this issue.
I think it is important to understand that we as a federation, as IOC members, are accountable to the people, and to the voters.
And we are accountable for what we are doing in terms of our own policies and the way we do things.
There are so many people who are coming forward to talk about their experiences.
We have to make sure that we are able to give the best possible advice to the Olympic Athletes and the people of Brazil.
The IOC is the governing body of the Olympics and the only organization that represents the athletes.
We are the ones that decide who will represent us, we are the people that make decisions, and we have to work together to get the best results.
We know there is a lot of emotion out there.
The world is watching and watching the Olympics, and there is some real pressure to have the best outcome for the athletes and the citizens of Brazil, but at the same time we have a responsibility to do what is best for the country.
What is the impact of doping in Rio?
We know that there is still a lot to be said about the Olympics being a sport that is really important for the nation, but it has a lot more to do with the political context.
We’ve seen this before.
Before the Olympics were held, there was a huge amount of pressure placed on Brazilians and the Brazilian public to be ready to participate in the Olympics.
It was a very difficult period, because at the beginning of the games, the IOC didn’t even consider that Brazilians could be banned for doping.
It’s something that happened a lot after the Olympics began, because the government, the government officials were always saying that there would be an international outcry if there were any negative tests and so on.
We saw the same thing with the Olympics when there was the scandal of doping at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Athens, where a number who had been banned for their doping offences were allowed to compete.
The Brazilian government was very upset, they wanted to make the Olympics as clean as possible, but they were not able to get away with that.
The Olympic Movement was also plagued with accusations of corruption during the 2000 Games in Tokyo.
In fact, the Olympic movement was in a state of chaos and many of the athletes who had won medals during the past year and a half were suspended, and a number were arrested.
The Olympics are very important to Brazil, and it’s been a huge financial investment for the Brazilian government and the Olympic organization.
The country has invested millions of dollars in the athletes coming to Rio, and in the last two or three years, the Brazilian economy has grown tremendously, with a lot going into