Several National Records Set At Carlos Campos Sobrinho Trophy Results

The Carlos Campos Sobrinho Trophy otherwise known as the Brazilian Juvenile Championships went this last weekend with many national records coming tumbling down.

The competition was separated into two age groups Juvenil 1 (15 yrs) and Juvenil 2 (16 yrs) and all competition took place in a 50 meter venue.

Records day 1

  • Andre Augusto dos Ajos – Juvenil 1 – Boy’s 100 backstroke – 58.11
  • Brandonn Pierry Cruz Almedia – Juvenil 2 – Boy’s 1500 freestyle – 15:49.41

Records day 2

Prelims

  • Giovanna Diamante – Juvenil 2 – Girl’s 200 freestyle – 2:03.14
  • Bruna Primati – Juvenil 2 – Girl’s 200 backstroke – 2:19.86

Finals

  • Giovanna Diamante – Juvenil 2 – Girl’s 200 freestyle – 2:02.39
  • Felipe Ribeiro de Souza – Juvenil 1 – Boy’s 200 freestyle – 1:52.61
  • Andre Augusto dos Santos – Juvenil 1 – Boy’s 200 backstroke – 2:05.58
  • Sarah Marques – Juvenil 1 – Girls 100 butterfly – 1:02.44
  • Giovanna Diamante – Juvenil 2 – Gril’s 100 butterfly – 1:01.06
  • Brandonn Pierry de Almeida – Juvenil 2 – Boy’s 400 IM – 4:26.40

Records day 3

  • Gabriele Roncatto – Juvenil 1 – Girl’s 100 freestyle – 56.88
  • Giovanna Diamante – Juvenil 2 – Girl’s 100 freestyle – 56.39
  • Eduardo Fonseca Amaral – Juvenil 1 – Boy’s 200 breaststroke – 2:21.88

Records day 4

  • Giovanna Diamante – Juvvenil 2 – Girl’s 200 butterfly – 2:15.85
  • Eduardo Fonseca Amarai – Juvenil 1 – Boy’s 100 breaststroke – 1:04.64

Top performances at the competition were

Juvenil 1

  • Gabiele Roncatto – Girl’s 100 freestyle – 56.88
  • Felipe Ribeiro de Souza – Boy’s 200 freestyle – 1:52.61

Juvenil 2

  • Giovanna Diamante – Girl’s 200 freestyle – 2:03.39
  • Brandonn Ameidia – Boy’s 400 IM – 4:24.74

SwimSwam thanks D’ Artagnan R. Dias for providing the information about this competition.

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Rafael

Brandonn times were Champs Records, but not PB, he is not swimming tapered because he is focusing on the Pan Pacs Qualifier and for his first “adult” medaL. he is already 4th overall on 1500 with his 15:30 from May and he wants to medal on that event agains the adults…

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