Nunes, who suffered from terminal Alzheimer’s disease, also initially tested positive for COVID-19 before a second test came back negative.
Brazil’s swimming federation, the CBDA, has cut down to 11 total employees, only 1 full-time. That’s a new effort to cut down the federation’s massive debts.
Coaracy Nunes, former President of the Brazilian Confederation of Aquatic Sports, as well as two other former officials are found guilty of fraud by the Federal Regional Courts in Brazil.
Brazil’s swimming federation, Confederação Brasileira de Desportos Aquáticos (CBDA) has received a millionaire fine due to a breach of contract, although…
Amid a serious financial crisis, the CBDA has parted ways with newly-hired CEO Leonardo Castro. He held the job for just one month.
The technical director of Brazil’s swimming federation has resigned, citing the federation’s lack of transparency as reason for his departure.
Former CBDA President Coaracy Nunes is subject of a new fraud investigation for decisions made during his tenure as the leader of Brazilian aquatic sports.
Following a few days in Brazilian headlines, we’ve got a roundup of current Cesar Cielo news.
CBDA, the Brazilian swimming federation, says its private emails were hacked and internal information was publicized last week.
Brazil’s CBDA, the national governing body for aquatic sports in the nation, has elected a new president: Miguel Cagnoni, who ran under the platform of “innovation and transparency.”
FINA, the international governing body for swimming, has told the Brazilian swimming federation that it won’t recognize the results of the Brazilian federation elections scheduled to take place tomorrow.
CBDA elections are set to take place this Friday, June 9th.
For the first time since 1988, Brazil‘s national swimming federation (CBDA) will hold presidential elections. Three candidates have announced their…
Brazil’s Federal Public Prosecutor’s Office (MPF) has indicted the former president of the Brazilian Confederation of Aquatic Sports (CBDA), Coaracy Nunes,…
Correios, the most visible sponsor of Brazilian swimming for almost 3 decades, has terminated its agreement in light of Thursday’s events.