The other 'jogo bonito?' – Rugby arrived in Brazil at the same time as football, but only one of them took hold. Until now...
The other 'jogo bonito?' – The inclusion of rugby sevens in the 2016 Olympics has encouraged the game's growth in the host country. Over the past five years 10,000 Brazilian players have taken up the sport.
The other 'jogo bonito?' – Marcos Paixao (left) is one of the country's brightest stars. He grew up in the favelas of Rio de Janeiro -- along with brothers Maicon (right), Max and Maxwilliam -- and says rugby offered a chance to get away from the violence and danger of his surroundings.
The other 'jogo bonito?' – "A friend of mine used play on the beach" says Marcos. "Out of curiosity I asked him what rugby was and he said: 'C'mon I'll show you.'
The other 'jogo bonito?' – "At first I didn't want to because it seemed like a violent sport. The following week I went to watch and they asked me to join them, so I did. I've stayed ever since."
The other 'jogo bonito?' – It's been estimated that there are over one million people living in Rio de Janeiro's favelas.