Fratus went 21.68 in prelims, then the No. 5 time in the world, then blasted a 21.47 in finals.
Gomes Jr. and Jhennifer Conceição Alves hit South American records in prelims of the men’s and women’s 50 breast, respectively.
Caio Pumputis had a huge swim in the men’s 200 IM, dropping three seconds and taking the win.
Photograph Satiro Sodré is on deck at the 2019 Brazil Trophy.
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Felipe Lima, alongside Joao Luiz Gomez, lead the way in the men’s 100 breaststroke final.
It was a big night for Pinheiros Club, whose swimmers rattled a couple of South American records tonight.
Mallory Comerford broke the Brazil Championships Meet Record previously held by Olympic champion Jeanette Ottesen.
Chierighini was well under Cesar Cielo’s previous South American textile record of 47.84, set in 2011.
Satiro Sodré is on deck to catch all the action at the 2019 Brazil Trophy.
The Argentinian Julia Sebastian won her race by nearly three seconds and took over half-a-second off her old record.
25-year-old Michael Gunning broke a Jamaican record in the 200 long course meter fly, swimming in heats of British Nationals.
Fernando Scheffer led the way in 1:46.27, the world’s No. 6 200 free time this year.
Gabriel Castaño destrozó el récord mexicano de 50 libre. El de Nuevo León clasificó a los Panamericanos, pero, ¿quiénes son los otros 19 nadadores que lograron las marcas para Lima 2019? Foto: Melissa Rodríguez.
Speedo flew in 9 of their top Athletes from around the world: Caeleb Dressel, Kathleen Baker, Ryan Murphy, Becca Meyers, Kevin Cordes, Hali Flickinger, Joe Schooling, Kylie Masse, and Alia Atkinson
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