On the eve of the Rio Olympics, the world of sport is buzzing with speculation about the future of male athletes.
There are still so many unknowns about the new Olympic era, as it will be decided by an all-male, all-female judging panel.
But one thing is for certain: the sport has taken a major step forward in terms of gender equality.
Here are five of the biggest achievements of men’s and women’s football.
World Cup winner David Beckham is the first player to win the gold medal in a men’s competition at the Olympics.
The US men’s team is the world champions for the first time in history.
The men’s men’s football team has won four gold medals in the past five Olympics, equalling the US men and breaking the world record.
The women’s team also won gold medals at the Rio Games.
The International Olympic Committee has announced a quota for the 2020 games, which would be the first of its kind in world history.
Here is a look at the world now.
“It’s been a great year for us in terms in terms, the numbers of medals won, the number of golds won, so I think we have done really well for ourselves, and we can really go on,” US national coach Jurgen Klinsmann said.
Klinsmann said he was “pretty confident” that the US will take gold in Rio.
The US team will play Japan in the first game of the tournament on Friday night, and then face Portugal in the second game.
They will then play the Czech Republic on Sunday and China on Tuesday.
They have also qualified for the semi-finals and the final.
However, if they do qualify for the final, they will need to beat Italy, who have a good chance of winning their first World Cup.
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