Brazil, Latin America & Caribbean

SwimSwam Podcast: Joao de Lucca on What Motivated Him to become an NCAA Champ

Joao de Lucca admits that for a time his motivation to become the best was so that he would have his picture hanging in the Louisville pool

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High-Level International Meets For November 2020

Take a look at the meets we have lined up for November 2020, with International Swiming League (ISL) action coming to a head.

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Alia Atkinson On ISL Jackpot Rules: ‘It’s Really Difficult As An Athlete’

London Roar’s breaststroke standout Alia Atkinson echoed very conflicted fan sentiment about the ISL’s skins-and-jackpot combination.

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2020 ISL Match 2 – Day 2 Live Recap

Guilherme Guido & Christian Diener wracked up major points in the back for London Roar, leading coach Mel Marshall to select the discipline for today’s skins.

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Ilya Shymanovich Hits Belarusian Record In 50 Breast For Energy Standard

Ilya Shymanovich became the 6th fastest 50m breaststroke performer all-time with his victory in Budapest today for Team Energy Standard.

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ISL Announces Full CBS Sports TV/Streaming Schedule, Japanese Rights Holder

One match day that includes last year’s top American team the Cali Condors and superstar Caeleb Dressel will be available to all American households this week.

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2020 Brazil Trophy Set For December In Rio

The Brazilian Confederation of Aquatic Sports (CBDA) has revealed information regarding the 2020 Brazil Trophy set for this December.

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Beyond The Lane Lines: That Michael Gunning Grind

Catch up with some of the latest swimming stories from around the web, including an intimate look at Michael Gunning’s daily grind.

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Dominican Olympic Committee eyes creating ‘pods’ for Tokyo-qualified athletes

The DOC is contemplating the possibility of creating ‘pods’ in an effort to protect the nation’s Tokyo-qualified athletes from the threat posed by COVID-19.

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World Champion, World Record Breaker Kaio Almeida Retires from Swimming

Kaio Almeida, who broke 2 World Records and won a World Championship in his long career, has retired from competitive swimming for a 2nd time.

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Colombian National Teamer Santiago Corredor Returns to NCAA Transfer Portal

In February of 2019, Corredor announced that he would transfer from Florida to USC, but he never wound up swimming any meets for the Trojans’ varsity squad.

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Cali Condors Fill Out 32-Swimmer ISL 2020 Roster With Tomas Peribonio

Tomas Peribonio, who swam last season for the New York Breakers, is the Ecuadorian National Record holder in 13 events.

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High-Level International Meets For October 2020

Be sure to mark your aquatic calendars for the key international swimming meets set to take place during the month of October.

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Beyond The Lane Lines: Irie Releases Book & Shioura Gets Married

Want to learn the 54 habits Japanese Olympic icon attributes to his success? Read on in this week’s Beyond the Lane Lines.

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Buenos Aires 2018 YOG pool reopens following six-month closure

The venue was slated to host this year’s Olympic-qualifier South American Championships, which wound up being canceled due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

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