Due to budget cuts, Brazil has been forced to change the 2017 World and World Junior Championships team selection criteria….
Auburn-based sprint standouts Bruno Fratus and Marcelo Chierighini, who train with the Tigers’ post grad group, will be racing in the sprint freestyles.
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Caio Pumputis of Sao Paolo, Brazil has committed to swim for Georgia Tech beginning next fall.
A Brazilian court struck down an injunction Thursday, allowing Coaracy Nunes to return to his post as president of the Brazilian Swimming Federation despite allegations of fraud.
The University of Michigan men’s swimming and diving team added another name to their class of 2021: that of Mexican distance freestyler, Ricardo Vargas.
In a collaborative mission between the Haiti Aquatic Federation and the Haitian Federation of Athletics, a GoFundMe page has been created with a goal of raising $50,000 to build 100 anti-seismic houses that might weather future storms.
Hillview victorious at Tidal Wave meet Hillview College copped the lion share of awards at the 16th Tidal Wave Aquatics Secondary…
Brazil’s swimming federation has confirmed it will run the three more major national championship events of 2016, despite the federation suspending its finances amidst some turmoil.
Brazil’s Federal Public Ministry responded to a statement from the nation’s aquatic sports federation, calling it “false” and a “distortion of facts.”
In response to allegations of fraud and the removal of 4 officials (including federation President Coaracy Nunes), the Brazilian swimming federation has suspended payments to its employees and the organizing of national championship events.
Correios, the Brazilian postal service, has renewed its sponsorship deal with the Brazilian swimming federation, but at a lower price than the previous deal.
Following allegations of fraud and corruption, Brazilian swimming federation president Coaracy Nunes has been removed from his position along with three other officials.
‘It was only due to the enormous resourcefulness and goodwill of some key doping control personnel working at the Games that the process did not break down entirely,’ reads the WADA Independent Observers’ Report.