LC Cameron was on the 2016 Olympian Gabriel Santos’ defense team for his doping violation earlier this year and has been working extensively at UNIRIO.
The Disciplinary Tribunal of the National Anti-Doping Organization of Uruguay has handed swimmer Nicolas Martin Caulela Magnani a four-year doping suspension…
Sodré is Brazil’s most famous swimming photographer, and his work is frequently featured by us here at SwimSwam.
Brazil’s CBDA has canceled its calendar across all aquatic sports until July 15 amid an escalation of reported COVID-19 cases in the nation.
Brazilian Murilo Sartori, the 200 free bronze medalist at the 2019 FINA World Junior Championships, has verbally committed to Louisville for the fall of 2021.
Resulting from the confinement, all training facilities in Argentina have locked down, compromising athletes’ ability to fulfill their training programs.
The three-time NCAA champion has been training in a lake at a family farm, even creating his own lane ropes.
Let the countdown begin, as the IOC announces the official new start date of the 2020 Olympic Games, rescheduled to next year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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The 29-year-old retired swimmer is at the forefront of fighting the epidemic, working 80 hours a week aiding hospitals in the city of Sao Paulo.
La nadadora más rápida de México se mostraba contenta con la decisión del COI, ya que tendrá más tiempo para preparar los Juegos de Tokio.
Bruno Fratus (above) was Brazil’s only medalist in an Olympic event at the 2019 World Aquatics Championships, taking silver in the 50 free.
As a testament to how quickly things are changing due to the evolving COVID-19 situation worldwide, another Olympic Trials competition has been moved.
There hasn’t been an hour gone by without a meet or event being cancelled or postponed due to the coronavirus. Get the big-picture view of it all here.
In spite of the CBDA trying to downplay the severity of the coronavirus outbreak, the Brazilian Olympic Committee has pulled spectators from April’s Olympic Trials.