Brazilian bobsledder Odirlei Pessoni has died at the age of 38 in a fatal motorcycle crash in Peixoto.
Mexico and Brazil dominate medals in recurve and compound open finals at Pan American Archery Championships
Hosts Mexico and Brazil dominated proceedings in the individual medal matches in the recurve and compound open categories at the Pan American Archery Championships in Monterrey.
Brazil and hosts Mexico clinched the men's and women's team recurve titles, respectively, at the Pan and Parapan American Archery Championships in Monterrey.
Fernando Reis has become the first Brazilian ever to win an International Weightlifting Federation (IWF) World Championships medal - more than two years after the event.
There has been a mixed reaction in Brazil to proposals to rename Rio de Janeiro’s Maracana Stadium in honour of Pelé.
The United States thrashed Argentina 6-0 to win the SheBelieves Cup in style in Orlando.
The United States beat Brazil 2-0 in Orlando to put one hand on the SheBelieves Cup, while Canada overcame Argentina in dramatic circumstances.
Swedish coach Pia Sundhage has extended her contract with Brazil's women's football team and is now due to remain in charge until the Paris 2024 Olympics.
Brazil swept aside weakened archrivals Argentina 4-1 in the opening match of the SheBelieves Cup, with Marta scoring her 109th international goal in the process.
Brazil's sitting volleyball teams have returned to the Paralympic Training Centre in São Paulo for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic began.
Mobile operator TIM has signed a sponsorship agreement with the Brazilian Olympic Committee (COB) until the end of the year that will support Team Brazil’s preparation for and participation in the Tokyo 2020 Games.
The Brazilian men's sitting volleyball team has set their sights on winning a medal at the postponed Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games after returning to training.
Mizael Conrado has begun his second term as President of the Brazilian Paralympic Committee (CPB) following his re-election to the position.
The Brazilian Olympic Committee (COB) budget for 2021 has been approved, with a record 87 per cent of the funds due to be spent directly on sporting activities.
This year's International Cycling Union (UIC) Para-Cycling Track World Championships in Rio de Janeiro have been cancelled because of the coronavirus crisis.