This Saturday morning, Prince Harry
took part in different sport activities organised by the British government.
The day began with a street race with some students of social projects at
Aterro do Flamengo beach. A bit later, the Prince took part in a game of beach
volleyball and wore a Brazilian shirt for the occasion. Next, it was time of
teach the locals how to play rugby.
During the opening ceremony of the
"GREAT"campaign Friday night, Prince Harry commented on the sporting side of the
visit. The royal expressed his excitement on the opportunity of playing
volleyball against a local side, as well as assisting in coaching a Brazilian
team for a rugby game.
“One plea to all Brazilians, though:
please, please - if we show you how to play rugby - don't do what you've done
with football, and leave us wishing we hadn't!" joked the Prince.
Sunday the British delegation will head to São Paulo, where the Prince will take part in a charity polo game. Prince Harry will attempt to help raise money for a Brazilian NGO and Sentabale, an organization created by him in Lesoto.