Brazil, Latin America & Caribbean

2017 Worlds Previews: Defending Champ Fu Fighting Challengers in 50 Bk

You can find links to all of our event-by-event previews and a compilation of our predicted medal-winners here. 2017 FINA…


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Follow the 2017 Brazilian World Championship Team on Social Media

Get to know the members of the Brazilian team competing at the upcoming 2017 World Championships. The meet will be…

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Correios Committed As CBDA Sponsor Through 2018 After Adjustments

The CBDA has gotten national postal service Correios back as a sponsor through 2018 with a few adjustments.

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New Wolfpack Elite Member Vanderpool-Wallace Returns To Racing

Bahamian Olympian Arianna Vanderpool-Wallace returns to racing after a year off from the pool.

Samantha Arevalo Makes Ecuadorian History With First-Ever Worlds Medal

Samantha Arevalo (left) achieved an unprecedented level of success among Ecuadorian aquatic sports on Sunday.

Rio de Janeiro Court Drops One Charge against Lochte, Two Remain

The city of Rio de Janeiro has dropped one charge against Ryan Lochte following last summer’s “gas station incident.”

Mark Spitz’s Role With SportTV Confirmed

Mark Spitz’s role with SportTV this summer has been confirmed. The 9-time Olympic Champion will be working for Brazil’s SportTV…

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Lili Ibanez Wins 50 Free, 50 Fly at Mexican Nationals

A DQ in the 100 free on procedural grounds cost Ibanez a shot at her 14th career national title.

Coral Springs, Florida to Host Inaugural UANA Cup in January

In spite of being hosted in the United States, Americans are not invited to participate in the meet.f

Tokyo 2020: Brazilians Procure 6 Japanese Training Bases

The Brazilian Olympic Committee (COB) and Japanese Olympic Committee (JOC) have partnered on an agreement rendering 6 training bases allocated…

Dylan Carter Helps Trinidad & Tobago Earn Historic CCCAN Overall Title

The 2017 Central American and Caribbean Swimming Federation (CCCAN) Championships concluded in historic fashion in July 2nd, as the nation of Trinidad & Tobago claimed the overall Championships title.

IOC Refuses to Assist Rio With Additional $35-40 Million Olympic Debt

Last summer’s Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil were expensive. Like, 13.1-billion-dollars-expensive. The IOC, however, claims to have contributed $1.53 billion to the Rio Games already, and has “closed all its obligations with the organizing committee.”

Isabella Arcila Featured In ESPN Latin America’s ‘The Body Issue’

Colombian Isabella Arcila posed for ESPN Latin America’s version of ‘The Body Issue’.

Rio Semi-Finalist Henrique Rodrigues Tests Positive For Clostebol

2016 Olympian Henrique Rodrigues has tested positive for clostebol.

Larissa Oliveira Wins 3 Events in Return From Gruesome Injury

Brazilian Olympian Larissa Oliveira won 3 races over the weekend in her first race back from a car crash that resulted…

Brazilian Distance Powerhouses Making Noise With National Records

The Paulista Championships are going on this weekend in Santos, Brazil and distance powerhouses are breaking records. Brazilian 18-year old…

Zaneta Alvaranga Takes Aim For CCCAN

In her first official international for Jamaica, Zaneta returned from the regional CARIFTA Championships with four (4) individual medals and left her name etched in the CARIFTA record books three (3) times.