There shouldn’t be much anticipation about who we’ll choose to win the 50 breaststroke in Budapest.
Get to know the members of the Brazilian team competing at the upcoming 2017 World Championships. The meet will be…
Heading into the 2017 FINA World Championships in Budapest, Great Britain’s Adam Peaty still seems to be head and shoulders above the rest in the men’s 100 breast.
Henrique Martins unloaded a 22.70 50 fly in Brazil, the 2nd fastest in the world this year.
Sarah Sjostrom has been unstoppable on the Mare Nostrum tour.
Sweden’s Sarah Sjostrom already brought the house down yesterday in Monaco with a wicked-fast 56.20 100 fly, but she also fired off incredible 50m freestyle, 50m butterfly and 100m freestyle marks today.
Cesar Cielo was one of 16 swimmers named to Brazil’s roster for the 2017 World Championships in Budapest.
Brazil’s Maria Lenk Trophy wasn’t the world’s deepest world champ trials meet, nor the strongest overall. But in a very specific sense, it may have been the fastest.
Bruno Fratus and Cesar Cielo both posted 21.7 50 frees on the final day of the Maria Lenk Trophy.
Two South American Records fell on day 3 of the Maria Lenk Trophy, along with numerous swims moving into the top 10 in the world for 2016-17.
After popping a 59.32 100 breast prelim, Felipe Lima tops the Brazilian FINA point rankings after day 1 of Maria Lenk.
Check out photos from day 1 at the Mario Lenk Trophy. Photos courtesy of Satiro Sodre.
Joanna Maranhao lowered the Brazilian 400 free record in a time of 4:09.41 on day 1 of the Maria Lenk Trophy.
Both Henrique Martins and Felipe Lima started out Brazil’s Maria Lenk Trophy on a high note, hitting top-5 world-ranked times in prelims of the 100 fly and 100 breast, respectively.
Fratus was one of 3 Brazilian Olympians to participate in the local meet in Auburn, along with Felipe Lima and Marcelo Chierighini.