As Brazil sends some athletes to train in Portugal, they have announced they will be reopening their own Olympic training center in Rio de Janeiro.
A handful of Brazil’s top aquatic athletes have traveled to Portugal to resume their training for next summer’s Olympic Games.
With the next edition of the Summer Olympic Games fewer than 1 year away, swimmers are narrowing their focus once again on their Tokyo target.
Olympian Felipe Lima is back in the pool after a pandemic-induced break, joining his Energy Standard teammates for a 3-week training camp in Turkey.
Aside from Delfina Pignatiello and Julia Sebastian, Grassi remains one of three Argentinian swimmers who have already qualified for the Tokyo 2020 Games.
Arévalo, dos veces olímpica y subcampeona del mundo de aguas abiertas en 2017, se infectó por Coronavirus en marzo tras un campo de entrenamiento en Turquía.
He was supposed to be among the first batch of Brazilian Olympic hopefuls flying to Portugal this Friday for a training period between July and December.
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Brazilian backstroker Fernanda Celidonio placed 12th in the 50 backstroke at the 2019 World Junior Swimming CHampionships.
Valerie Gruest, who was 9th in the 1650 free at the NCAA Championships as a freshman, has officially announced her retirement from swimming.
Nations such as Peru, Colombia, Uruguay or Paraguay will see swimmers back on deck, following in the footsteps of Ecuador, Argentina or Brazil.
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The penalty handed to Bertola encompasses the time period between January 2020 to January 2024 as a period of exclusion from competitive swimming.
Athletes from various Olympic sports will have flights, accommodation and meals paid for over a six-month period, with Portugal the first confirmed location.
Argentinian swimmers are still out of the water, at least for a few more days, following the latest announcement issued by the nation’s sports authorities.