Caio Ribeiro

Caio Ribeiro Decoussau (born 16 August 1975) is a Brazilian former professional footballer, nicknamed Caio, who played as a forward in Brazil with São Paulo, Santos, Flamengo, Fluminense, Gremio and Botafogo, in Italy with Internazionale joining for a world record fee of £6.6m for a teenager at the time[1] and Napoli, and in Germany with Rot-Weiß Oberhausen, as well as with the Brazil national team.

He participated at the 1995 FIFA World Youth Championship, winning the Golden Ball.

He holds dual Brazilian and Italian nationality.

Since January 2008, Caio works as a sportscaster for Brazilian network Rede Globo television.[2]

Caio Ribeiro
Personal information
Full name Caio Ribeiro Decoussau
Date of birth 16 August 1975 (age 43)
Place of birth São Paulo, Brazil
Height 1.77 m (5 ft 10 in)
Playing position Forward
Youth career
São Paulo
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1994–1995 São Paulo 31 (14)
1995–1996 Internazionale 6 (0)
1996–1997 Napoli 20 (0)
1997 Santos 25 (6)
1998–1999 Flamengo 30 (3)
2000 Santos 11 (0)
2001 Fluminense 13 (1)
2002 Flamengo 7 (0)
2003 Grêmio 27 (4)
2004 Rot-Weiß Oberhausen 15 (1)
2004–2005 Botafogo 42 (10)
Total 229 (40)
National team
1995 Brazil U20 7 (5)
1996 Brazil U23
1996 Brazil 4 (3)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

References

  1. ^ "From World Cup winners to prison: Football's costliest teenagers". BBC. 2 September 2015. Retrieved 2 September 2015.
  2. ^ Bastidores da Midia

External links

1996 CONCACAF Gold Cup

The 1996 CONCACAF Gold Cup was the third edition of the Gold Cup, the football (soccer) championship of North America, Central America and the Caribbean (CONCACAF).

The tournament went back to the United States and California; the games were hosted by Los Angeles, San Diego, and Anaheim. The format of the tournament changed from 1993: it was expanded to nine teams, separated into three groups of three and played in January as opposed to the 1993 edition which was played in July.

The top team in each group, plus the best second-place finisher would advance to the semifinals. For the first time, a non-CONCACAF team was invited: Brazil, who sent their Under-23 side. Mexico won their second straight Gold Cup, beating the Brazilians 2-0 in the final.

2013 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships

The 2013 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships was held 29 August–1 September 2013 in Duisburg, Germany. The championships were awarded originally to Szeged, Hungary, but Szeged was moved to 2011 in the wake of Vichy, France's withdrawal in 2010 and awarded to Rio de Janeiro, who withdrew in September 2012. Consequently, the World Championships were awarded to Duisburg.

2015 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships

The 2015 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships was held from 19–23 August 2015 in Milan, Italy.

2016 ICF Paracanoe World Championships – Men's KL3

The men's KL3 competition at the 2016 ICF Paracanoe World Championships took place in Duisburg.

2016 ICF Paracanoe World Championships – Men's VL3

The men's VL3 competition at the 2016 ICF Paracanoe World Championships took place in Duisburg.

2017 Clube do Remo season

The 2017 season was Remo's 103rd existence. The club participated in the Campeonato Brasileiro Série C, the Campeonato Paraense, the Copa Verde and the Copa do Brasil.

Remo finished outside of the top four of the Campeonato Brasileiro Série C (7th place in the group stage and 14th overall). The club finished in the 2nd place of the Campeonato Paraense. In the Copa Verde, Remo was eliminated in the second stage by Santos-AP 4-2 in the aggregate. In the Copa do Brasil, the club was eliminated in the first stage by Brusque.

2017 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships

The 2017 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships was held in Račice, Czech Republic, from 23 to 27 August 2017.

2017 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships – Men's KL3

The men's KL3 competition at the 2017 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships in Račice took place at the Sportcentrum Račice.

2017 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships – Men's VL3

The men's VL3 competition at the 2017 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships in Račice took place at the Sportcentrum Račice.

2018 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships – Men's KL3

The men's KL3 competition at the 2018 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships in Montemor-o-Velho took place at the Centro de Alto Rendimento de Montemor-o-Velho.

2018 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships – Men's VL3

The men's VL3 competition at the 2018 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships in Montemor-o-Velho took place at the Centro de Alto Rendimento de Montemor-o-Velho.

Caio (name)

Caio is a Portuguese masculine given name derived from the Latin name Gaius. People with that name include:

Antônio Caio da Silva Sousa, a Brazilian footballer

Caio Alves, a Brazilian footballer

Caio César, a Brazilian voice actor

Caio Ribeiro, a Brazilian footballer

Caio Blat, a Brazilian actor

Caio Canedo Corrêa, a Brazilian footballer

Wolnei Caio, a Brazilian footballer

Caio Zampieri, a Brazilian professional tennis player

Caio Bonfim, a Brazilian racewalker

Caio Torres, a Brazilian professional basketball player

Caio Prado Júnior, a Brazilian historian, geographer, writer and politician

Caio Fernando Abreu, a Brazilian writer

Caio Castro, a Brazilian actor

Caio Koch-Weser, a German politician

Caio Lucas Fernandes, a Brazilian footballer

Caio Magalhães, a Brazilian professional mixed martial artist

Caio Mendes, a Brazilian footballer

Caio Blinder, a Brazilian journalist, writer and TV presenter

Caio Canedo Corrêa, a Brazilian footballer

Caio Souza, a Brazilian artistic gymnast

Caio De Cenco, an Italian footballer

Caio Domenico Gallo, an Italian historian

Caio Danilo Laursen Tuponi, a Brazilian footballer

Caio Rangel, a Brazilian footballer

Caio Fonseca, an American painter

Caio Henrique Siqueira Sanchez, a Brazilian footballer

Caio Japa, a Brazilian futsal player

Caio Júnior, a Brazilian football manager

Caio Pizzoli, a Brazilian ten-pin bowler

Caio Secco, a Brazilian footballer

Caio Terra, a Brazilian practitioner of Brazilian jiu-jitsu

Caio Vianna Martins, a Brazilian scout

Caio (footballer, born 1999), a Brazilian footballer

List of ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships medalists in paracanoe

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List of people from São Paulo

Paulistanos, as the people who are born in São Paulo are called in Brazil, have made extensive contributions to Brazil's (and the world's) history, culture, music, literature, education, science, and technology — particularly when São Paulo was the federal capital and a great hub of Brazilian growth and innovation in all these areas. Some famous people born in Sampa are:

Gianne Albertoni (b. 1981) – top model

Frida Alexandr (1906–1972) – Jewish author

Sandra Annenberg (b. 1968) – journalist

Rubens Barrichello (b. 1972) – racing driver

Yara Bernette (1920–2002) – Brazilian classical pianist

Luciano Burti (b. 1975) – racing driver

Lília Cabral (b. 1957) – actress

Cafu (b. 1970) – football player

Alice Piffer Canabrava (1911–2003) – economic historian

Laura Cardoso (b. 1927) – actress

Boris Casoy (b. 1941) – journalist

Abílio Diniz (b. 1936) – chairman and businessman

Milene Domingues (b. 1979) – top model

Eliana (b. 1973) – TV presenter

Rodrigo Faro (b. 1973) – TV presenter and actor

Vicente Feola (1909–1975) – football coach

Christian Fittipaldi (b. 1971) – racing driver

Emerson Fittipaldi (b. 1946) – racing driver

Adriane Galisteu (b. 1973) – TV presenter

Neymar Jr. – football player

Raul Gil – TV presenter

Luciana Gimenez (b. 1970) – TV presenter

Yan Gomes – Major League Baseball player

Ailton Graça (b. 1964) – actor

Alexandre Herchcovitch – fashion designer

Luciano Huck – TV presenter

Eder Jofre – boxer

Gilberto Kassab – politician, mayor of São Paulo

Andreas Kisser – guitarist

Felipe Kitadai (b. 1989) – Olympic medalist judoka

Amyr Klink (b. 1955) – sailor

Mike Krieger – co-founder of Instagram

Rita Lee (b. 1947) – rock and roll singer

Tiago Leifert (b. 1980) – journalist and TV presenter

Paula Lima – singer

Anita Malfatti (1889–1964) – painter

Paulo Maluf – politician, governor of São Paulo

Felipe Massa (b. 1981) – racing driver

Marcos Mion – TV presenter

Eric Moxey (1894–1940) – R.A.F bomb disposal expert

Marcio Navarro – MMA fighter, former ISKA World champion kickboxer

Alessandra Negrini – actress

Paolla Oliveira – actress

Marisa Orth – actress

José Carlos Pace (1944–1977) – racing driver

Ernesto Paglia – journalist

Monalisa Perrone (b. 1969) – journalist

Marcos Pontes (b. 1963) – astronaut

Muricy Ramalho – football coach

Nando Reis (b. 1963) – singer

Sérgio Reis (b. 1940) – singer

Caio Ribeiro – football player

Maria Rita – singer

Rivelino – football player

Zé Roberto – football player

Ellen Rocche – actress

Djalma Santos – football player

Ricardo Semler (b. 1959) – entrepreneur

Ayrton Senna (1960–1994) – racing driver

Anderson Silva – MMA fighter

Suzana Vieira – actress

Viola – football player

Eva Wilma – actress

Mariana Ximenes – actress

Paracanoe at the 2016 Summer Paralympics – Men's KL3

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Two heats were held. Winners and runners up advanced directly to the final. The rest went into the semifinal, where the top four advanced to the final.

Paracanoeing at the 2016 Summer Paralympics

Paracanoeing at the 2016 Summer Paralympics, also simply referred to as canoeing, will be held in Rio de Janeiro in September 2016, with a maximum of 60 athletes (30 men, 30 women) competing in six sprint style events. This will be the first appearance for Para-canoe in the Paralympic Games.

The Fallen (2004 film)

The Fallen is a 2004 American-German-Italian war film directed by Ari Taub. The World War II film depicts the confusion of both sides in wartime Italy. The film portrays partisans and regular soldiers ineffectively coursing through the difficult mountainous terrain. The suggestive dialogue is seen with a minute portrayal of dark humor during combat where both sides are hesitant to win over the other side due to the chaotic nature of discord, disorganization and the conflicts of war in general.

The Southern Blacklist

The Southern Blacklist is a Brazilian Death/Groove metal band from Belo Horizonte. It was formed in 2014 by former Sepultura´s guitarist Jairo Guedz, former Eminence singer Wallace Parreiras, bass player Guilherme Henrique (Cyhad), drummer Alexandre Oliveira (Dilúvio) and guitarist Caio Ribeiro (Dilúvio). In March 2015, T.S.B. released their debut music video for the song 'We Shall Rise'. In 2016, they released their second video, for the song '10 Tons of Vengeance'.

Tiago Leifert

Tiago Rodrigues de Leifert (born May 22, 1980) is a Brazilian journalist and television presenter.

Golden Ball
Golden Boot
Golden Gloves

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