Junior world record holder Brandonn Almeida is among Brazil’s list of competitors for the 2016 South American Championships
Several Brazilian swimmers wrote a joint letter to the President of the Brazil Olympic Committee, requesting the opportunity to have two guaranteed tickets for family members…
Leonardo de Deus grabbed two ‘A’ cuts at the Brazil Open, most likely locking down a spot on the Olympic team in both the 200 fly and the 200 back.
Bruno Fratus put up a world-leading 50 freestyle as the Brazilians continued to impress on the last night of competition.
After tonight’s final, Nicolas Oliveira and Matheus Santana stand as Brazil’s 100m free selection while Marcelo Chierighini and Alan Vitoria participate on the 4x100m free relay.
Etiene Medeiros celebrates her new South American record and Olympic ‘A’ cut in the 100 free.
Brandonn Almeida celebrates his Junior World Record in the 400 IM. Look here for more photos from today’s Brazil Open.
Nicholas Santos swims at Day 1 of the 2015 Brazil Open.
Brandonn Almeida set a Junior World Record in the 400 IM tonight at the Brazil Open. Other highlights include a South American record from Guilherme Guido and two new FINA ‘A’ cuts.
Joao de Lucca will likely join Nicolas Oliveira, Guilherme Guido, Marcos Macedo, Henrique de Souza Martins, Nichloas Santos, and Joanna Maranho on the Brazilian Olympic team after this morning’s prelim swims.
Several states in Brazil held their championship meets over this past weekend…
His squad’s 4x100m free relay team wound up 4th yesterday, but not before Matheus Santana threw down the hammer with a 47.82 anchor split.
Bruno Fratus clocked the only sub-22 50m freestyle on day 3 of the 2015 Jose Finkel Trophy.
Brazilian Joanna Maranhão posted a new national record time of 4:38.07…
The women’s 200 free podium from tonight. Silver medalist Emily Overholt (left) is the top seed of the women’s 400 IM tomorrow.