Larissa Oliveira (above) enters tonight’s 200 free final ahead of record-holder Manuella Lyrio, Brazil’s only two women qualified for Rio in the event thus far.
After seven days of competition, the South African Olympic roster will consists of 11 male athletes, one of which is a relay only swimmer.
Courtesy of Satiro Sodré, scroll through the Day 3 Photo Vault at the Maria Lenk Trophy to experience the speed of the Brazilian Olympic hopefuls.
There were only three events on Day 3 of the Maria Lenky Trophy, but the action was just as intense. In the end, two newly minted FINA ‘A’ Olympic qualification standards and a fresh set of records were achieved.
Take a stroll through the Day 2 Photo Vault to sample the action that occurred in today’s blistering fast races courtesy of Satiro Sodré.
Etiene Medeiros, Nicolas Oliveira, Joao De Lucca, and Guilherme Guido were the only Brazilians to achieve FINA ‘A’ standards and an Olympic ticket on Day 2 Finals at Maria Lenk.
Guilherme Guido (above) approached his 100m back South American Record by one one-hundredth of a second in Day 2 prelims of the Maria Lenk Trophy.
2016 Maria Lenk Trophy Open Championships Friday, April 15th – Wednesday, April 20th Olympic Aquatics Stadium, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil…
Texas local Preston Varozza commits to NCAA Championship winning Longhorns for the 2016-2017 season.
A hand fracture from Andrea Berrino, Argentina’s national record-holder in the backstrokes, has forced her from competing at Maria Lenk.
Day one at the British Trials ended with three athletes locking in their ticket for the Rio Olympic Games.
After his three-year fight with cancer, Ventura College head coach Larry Baratte is entering retirement.
Sing along with the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Panthers as they give their rendition of “A Thousand Miles” by Vanessa Carlton
What are three high school swimmers to do when faced with an 14th-century based English project about trials and suffering? Translate it to the most grueling and unforgiving sport there is, competitive swimming.
Bronte Barratt, Australia’s 200 and 400 meter free Olympic medalist, announces her retirement after her appearance in the Rio Games.