Joanna Maranhao was close to her continental 200 IM record on day 2 of the Jose Finkel Trophy.
They weren’t able to pull out another surprise medal, but the Brazilian men’s medley relay did come up with the nation’s fastest time since the end of the super-suit era, going 3:31.53 in the last event of the 2017 World Championships.
Bruno Fratus took home the silver medal in the men’s 50 free, keeping Brazil’s 50-meter prowess alive and nabbing the nation’s fifth medal of the 2017 World Championships.
We’ve already noted Brazil’s run of successes in the shortest events; that will continue tomorrow with two men in the final of the shortest event on the Worlds schedule.
Camille Lacourt will look to three-peat in the men’s 50 back at the final meet of his career.
Get to know the members of the Brazilian team competing at the upcoming 2017 World Championships. The meet will be…
C’est la dernière ligne droite avant les Championnats du monde à Budapest pour l’Equipe de France, réunie à Chartres ce weekend pour le 11e Open de France.
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.
Marcelo Chierighini moved into a World Championship position with a 48.46 in the men’s 100 free on day 2 of Maria Lenk.
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.
Check out day 2 photos from the Maria Lenk Trophy, courtesy of Satiro Sodre.
Guilherme Guido moved into the top-8 FINA point scoring swims among Brazilians with his 53.78 100 back on day 2 of Maria Lenk.
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.