Etiene Medeiros (above) rounded out day four of the Pan Am Games with a gold and silver medal.
Etiene Medeiros now holds South American records in three different events.
Canadians Caldwell and Bouchard (above) will try to set themselves up for another 1-2 finish in the 100 back; they are the top two seeds going into prelims tomorrow morning.
The Brazilian women have taken their 400 free relay to historic new heights and gone well under the old South American Record.
Natalie Coughlin snagged the women’s 50m backstroke win tonight, leaving the old American and U.S. Open records in her wake.
Junior sprinter Felipe Ribeiro de Souza continued to shine at Brazil’s Winter Junior and Senior Champs, breaking a meet record set by world record-holder Cesar Cielo on the last day of competition.
A quiet start to the Brazil Winter Junior and Senior Champs saw just one meet record fall, the 50 fly to Glauber Henrique Silva.
This week, Brazil will host its Winter Junior and Senior Championships, with a couple of the nation’s bigger swimming names set to attend.
The Brazilian aquatics federation (CBDA) has announced its roster for the 2015 FINA World Aquatics Championships that will take place from…
Felipe Franca da Silva posted the world’s second fastest time in the 50 breaststroke while the Pinheiros took the team title…
Leonardo de Deus kept right on charging through day 5 of Brazil’s national championships, the Maria Lenk Trophy. The dimunitive distance man broke the South American 400 free record a day after doing the same in the 200 fly.
Nicholas Santos will challenge Cesar Cielo for the 50 fly title in tonight’s final on Day 6 of Maria Lenk.
On day 3 of Brazil’s long course national championships, Thiago Pereira extended a long win streak while Cesar Cielo saw his come to a close.
Larissa Oliveira (right) broke the South American 100 back record previously held by Manuella Lyrio (left), who finished second.
In two separate interviews with SportTV Brazilian superstar Cesar Cielo discussed the path to the 2016 Olympics and his future beyond Rio…