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Laura Couto

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About Laura
Laura Couto is a journalist based in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She works as a correspondent of NBC Sports. She has worked in TV, radio, newspapers and webpages.
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Number of Real Estate Launches Grew 14% in BH and Nova Lima in 2023

12 Mar 2024  |  Estado de Minas
The real estate market in Belo Horizonte and Nova Lima experienced a 14% increase in residential unit launches from January to September 2023 compared to the same period in the previous year. This growth is attributed to the need to balance available stock for consumers. Major companies like MRV&CO, Sensia, and Patrimar reported significant sales increases, with new projects launched across the region. Despite the rise in launches, property prices also increased, driven by land scarcity and regulatory changes. The market outlook for 2024 remains positive, with expectations of further growth and a potential decrease in interest rates.

Twenty years after the Unaí Massacre, the fight against slave-like labor has changed in Brazil

27 Jan 2024  |  cbn.globoradio.globo.com
In the past 20 years, operations to combat slave-like labor in Brazil have increased by nearly 700%, highlighting significant changes in the country's approach to labor rights and human rights enforcement.

Retired Argentinian Para alpine skier Jean Maggi wants to go to space

04 May 2021  |  International Paralympic Committee
Jean Maggi, a retired Argentinian Para alpine skier, has led an extraordinary life marked by significant achievements in sports and disability advocacy. After surviving a heart attack, he turned to sports, eventually becoming the first Argentinean to compete in the Winter Paralympics. His adventurous spirit led him to compete in an Ironman and climb the Himalayas on a handbike. Maggi founded the Jean Maggi Foundation to support children with disabilities and now aims to achieve suborbital space travel. His life and achievements have been documented in a Netflix film, 'El Límite Infinito'.

Venezuela's Lisbeli Vera finds inner strength through Para sports

12 Mar 2021  |  International Paralympic Committee
Lisbeli Vera Andrade, a 19-year-old Para athlete from Venezuela, has overcome childhood bullying and physical challenges to become a top contender at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games. Discovered by coach Leonel Cabezas, she moved to Maracaibo to train under Isidro Barthelemy. Vera's international debut was at the Sao Paulo 2017 Youth Parapan American Games, and she has since won multiple medals, including a Parapan American title and two bronzes at the Dubai 2019 World Championships. Inspired by Venezuelan athletics legend Elsa Antúnez, Vera aims to win three medals at the upcoming Paralympic Games.

Francisca Mardones recalls greatest victory while she eyes Tokyo success

07 Jan 2021  |  International Paralympic Committee
Francisca Mardones, a Chilean athlete, recalls her emotional victory at the 2019 World Para Athletics Championships in Dubai, where she won the women's shot put F54 competition with a world record of 8.19m, inspired by the memory of her late father. Initially involved in wheelchair tennis, Mardones switched to athletics due to chronic pain and now aims to peak her performance for the Tokyo Paralympic Games, driven by a dream to win a Paralympic medal.

Henry Borges and Mariana Mederos united by judo

17 Dec 2020  |  paralympic.org
Uruguayan Paralympians Henry Borges and Mariana Mederos, a married couple, share a common passion for judo and a dream to compete together at the Paralympic Games. They met at a rehabilitation center in Montevideo and have been together for 16 years. Henry is a three-time Paralympian and Parapan American champion, while Mariana has won a silver medal at the Parapan American Games. They aim to qualify for the Tokyo Paralympic Games and dream of starting a Paralympic judo school in Uruguay to teach people with vision impairment.

Yanina Martínez on a learning pathway

17 Dec 2020  |  paralympic.org
Paralympic champion Yanina Martínez has used sports as a learning pathway, adapting to new challenges such as the coronavirus lockdown with the support of her mother Claudia Chávez and coach Martín Arroyo. Despite the pandemic, she continues to train and aims to defend her title at the Tokyo Paralympics, currently holding second place in the world rankings.

Gustavo Fernández. Wheelchair tennis player.

Paula Pareto. Judo. World Champion 2015 and bronze medallist in Beijing 2008.


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