Flamengo, once one of the most successful and well-known swim clubs in Brazil, is planning to build a new R$4 million (R$ stands for Brazil’s currency, the real) facility in an effort to return to its former elite status.
Hosszu, Clary, Seto, the Brazilian contingent all made headlines at tonight’s 2014 FINA Short Course World Championships Finals
Brazilian Team Releases Roster For South American Swimming Championships, Matheus Santana Set To Shine
The Brazilian team just released their roster for the South American Swimming Championships which will take place in Mar Del…
Daniel Dias after breaking the men’s 50 free S5 world record at Para Pan Pacs with 31.94.
Lausanne (SUI), August 4, 2014 – FINA is pleased to announce the partnership with TV network Globosat for the broadcasting rights…
Brazilian swim star and world record-holding sprinter Cesar Cielo will compete in the French Open this week, making it his final long course meet of the summer.
14 of Brazil’s top swimming athletes are heading to Flagstaff, Arizona this week for a training camp designed to gear up for the Pan Pacific Championships and Youth Olympic Games.
Canada will be in attendance, and Brazil has the event listed on its official federation calendar, though the U.S. has said it will not field a team for the event.
After breaking Caeleb Dressells junior world record at Maria Lenk Trophy with a 48.85 in prelims and then a 48.61…
Bruno Fratus talks about the Rio 2016 Olympics, taking place in his home country of Brazil in a little over two years. Video courtesy of Coleman Hodges.
Winning three open water medals at the 2013 World Championships, Poliana Okimoto earned the Swammy for 2013 Latin American Female Swimmer of the Year.
Cesar Cielo, winner of two individual golds this past summer, is the 2013 Latin American Male Swimmer of the Year
The 15th World Gymnasiade will be held in Brazil with the highlight of the swimming events being the participation of…
Brazil’s Caio Dini and Tessa Thull of Fort Collins, CO have both given verbals to UNLV for the upcoming 2014-15 season.
The three finalists and primary candidates for the 2019 World University Games made their initial formal presentations to the Federation International du Sport Universitaire, or FISU, in Belgium earlier this week. Present at the meeting representing the organizers of the biannual event were president Claude-Louis Gallien, and a pair of FISU Vice Presidents.