Saturday, August 6, 2016


So the biggest stars the Federative Republic of Brazil has that the citizens of the United States of America knows about is limited to fashion models.  So if you're a member of Brazil's Government and you need lots of celebrities to appear in the opening ceremony to promote the nation of Brazil, then you roll out all of the Hispanic-American fashion models who were born and raised in the nation of Brazil.  It won't matter if most of these Hispanic-American fashion models doesn't even live in the nation of Brazil anymore.  Patriotism will bring these Hispanic-American fashion models home anyway regardless.  And so the running of the Olympic Torch was filled with celebrity star power on the way to lightening of the 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil cauldron.
Adriana Lima
Alessandra Ambrosio

Izabel Goulart
United States of America Women's Rugby
Alev Kelter, United States

Alev Kelter, United States verses Viniana Naisaluwaki Riwai, Fiji
Kathryn Johnson, United States verses Ana Maria Roqica, Fiji
Luisa Basei Tisolo, Fiji  verses Akalaini Baravilala, United States
Tinaima Tamoi, Fiji verses Richelle Stephens and Ryan Carlyle, both of United States
United States of America Soccer (The British confusingly calls it football for some weird reason).  The United States of America Women's Soccer Team (Team G) consists of Hope Solo, Becky Sauerbrunn, Kelley O'Hara, Meghan Klingenberg, Julie Johnston, Allie Long, Carli Lloyd, Morgan Brian, Tobin Heath, Mallory Pugh and Alex Morgan (The names of the soccer game contestants doesn't match the photos, but they are in there somewhere).

 Alex Morgan, United States verses Wendie Renard, France

Camille Abily, France verses Becky Sauerbrunn, United States
Camille Abily, France
 Carli Lloyd , United States 

Crystal Dunn, United States verses Amel Majri, France
Crystal Dunn
Elise Bussaglia, France
   Hope Solo, United States

Hope Solo, United States, verses Maire Laure Delie, France
Kadidiatou Diani, France, center, verses Whitney Engen, United States   
Marie Laure Delie, France
Morgan Brian, United States, verses Maire Laure Delie, France

The United States of America Women's Soccer Team celebrate their victory against France

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