At the Jose Finkel this weekend, Pan Pacific Championships relay medalist Marco Ferreria earned 100m free gold in a time of 48.48.
The ageless Nicholas Santo put another gold in his pocket by taking the men’s 50m fly event on night 4 of the 2019 Jose Finkel Trophy.
Vini Lanza already took one gold here in Brazil by winning the men’s 100m fly on night 1, but the former Indiana Hoosier collected another top prize tonight.
Day 2 of the 2019 José Finkel Trophy in Brazil brought the heat, as both men’s and women’s fields contested the 50m freestyle event.
The action got underway in Brazil today at the 2019 José Finkel Trophy, with swimmers Vini Lanza, Leonardo de Deus, and Daynara Paula among the winners.
Brazil had two top-three finishers in six events on the final night of competition, which also saw the count of meet records broken this week reach nearly 70.
Mexico surpassed its record for Parapan golds with a night of competition remaining while Brazil continued its dominance with 22 medals Friday alone.
Joao De Lucca is just one of almost 250 swimmers set to compete at the 5-day José Finkel Trophy next week in Paraná, Brazil.
Mateo and Esther González Medina are the first brother/sister duo in Mexican history to compete in a mixed relay in international competition.
Mexican Olympian Lili Ibanez is almost back to full training after undergoing shoulder surgery in March to repair 3 tears.
Led by Hannah Aspden, the United States also logged its first podium sweep of the meet on the third night in the women’s S9 100 back.
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Brazil continued its dominance from night one with one podium sweep and 15 medals, while swimmers from Mexico swept two podiums of their own.