I’m not a professional athlete.
I’m a young man who wants to make a difference, and I want to be able to tell my story.
I can’t help but think that I’m one of many who have been left out of the Rio Olympics by the system, and the fact that it has been so secretive and secretive.
My life has been thrown into disarray.
I’ve had no money, no accommodation and no support.
I feel like an outsider, because I’m so young and don’t speak English.
It’s difficult for me to understand the system that we live in.
I have never had to make an application to become a citizen of Brazil.
And even if I had to do so, I’m still not sure I would be able afford it.
For the past four years, I’ve been in a situation where I have been able to make my case to the government and to the athletes.
But now, the government is taking no action, and that’s frustrating.
I’ve never been to Brazil before.
I’m here to make sure that people get the right information.
For me, the biggest issue is that I don’t know how long the ban will last.
I know the number of medals that I will get, but there is no way to know how many people will be eligible.
And it’s very difficult to understand how the country is going to get these medals.
When you’re young, and you don’t understand everything, and there is a lack of support, you just have to ask yourself, is it worth it?
I don`t know.
It is hard to imagine that Rio will be an exception to the rule.
The system is set up for athletes who have achieved high performance in athletics.
They are rewarded for their achievements, not just by being allowed to compete, but by being given a medal.
But now, I`m at a loss to understand why they have not provided the same support to all athletes who are trying to make it to Rio.
It would be a shame if Rio ends up being like London and Beijing.
That’s a huge investment, but it’s just the start of the problem.
I know that I can be successful in other countries.
I can go to Spain and become an actor.
But it`s not possible to go to Rio and make it as a professional.