The Panama Canal opened 100 years ago this month, one of the greatest engineering achievements in history. It was also one of the greatest sacrifices of human life in the name of construction, but tragically it was far from the most deadly project in modern history.
Every four years, there is a new World Cup ball, and players have to adapt to its new behaviour due to changes on its aerodynamic properties. In 2010, the ball was called Jabulani — known for its sometimes unpredictable moves. Has the new ball — Brazuca — solved these problems?