The Brazilian Swimming Federation will hold the next iteration of its presidential elections on February 28, after multiple delays since the original elections last March.
Le Brésil a largement dominé les compétitions, enlevant huit courses individuelles masculines et huit courses féminines, soit la moitié des épreuves, ainsi que les relais.
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.
Cesar Cielo contributed to the team win, grabbing gold in the 50 free.
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.
Two-time World champion Daiya Seto will swim the 400 IM on day 7 of the World University Games.
Olympic champion Dmitriy Balandin will compete in his signature 200 breaststroke at day 3 prelims from Taipei.
Nicholas Santos won the 50 fly in a time of 22.97 on night 4 of the Jose Finkel Trophy.
Less than six months after surgery, Larissa Oliveira had a dominant win in the women’s 100 free at the Jose Finkel Trophy in Brazil.
Joanna Maranhao was close to her continental 200 IM record on day 2 of the Jose Finkel Trophy.
Amid an atmosphere when Brazilian swimmers are being fired from their clubs for being “too old,” Nicholas Santos became the oldest swimmer in history to win a World Championships medal today.
Hungary’s defending World Champion Laszlo Cseh seeks to keep the host nation on top of the podium in front of the home crowd at the 2017 FINA World Championships, but we could see a new Hungarian with a gold medal around his neck.
Get to know the members of the Brazilian team competing at the upcoming 2017 World Championships. The meet will be…
Brazil’s CBDA, the national governing body for aquatic sports in the nation, has elected a new president: Miguel Cagnoni, who ran under the platform of “innovation and transparency.”
The CBDA, Brazil’s national governing body for swimming and aquatic spots, has announced its electoral timeline, which will lead up to a June 9 Elective General Meeting to determine the future leadership of the federation.