Brazilian Etiene Medeiros (above) also broke 2 Meet Records, winning both the 50 and 100 butterflies.
Despite getting dismissed from his club team for being “too old,” Bruno Fratus came back in a huge way with a pair of World Championships silver in 2017, which is why he is our 2017 Swammy Award winner for South American Swimmer of the Year.
Guilherme Costa became the first South American man under 15 minutes in the 1500 free, smashing to a 14:59.01 at Brazil’s Julio DeLamare Trophy.
19-year old Brazilian distance phenom Guilherme Costa broke the South American Record in the 1500 free for the 3rd time.
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Cesar Cielo was one of 16 swimmers named to Brazil’s roster for the 2017 World Championships in Budapest.
Bruno Fratus and Cesar Cielo both posted 21.7 50 frees on the final day of the Maria Lenk Trophy.
Thiago Simon became the 4th Brazilian ever under the 2:00 mark in the 200 IM with his time of 1:59.49 on day 2 at the Maria Lenk Trophy.
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.
Brazilian Olympian Brandonn Almeida is still nothing but golden through day 3 of the 2016 Brazil Open after tackling the men’s 200 meter IM in day 3 finals.
Almeida picked up another gold medal in tonight’s 400 meter IM final, winning the race in a blazing 4:12.49.
Pedro Spajari won a close battle in the Junior-2 boys 100 free, touching in 49.61 over Felipe Ribeiro de Souza (49.76).