The Brazilian women’s 800 free relay has broken its own South American Record on Wednesday by half-a-second.
Manuella Lyrio’s Brazilian and South American records in prelims of the 200 free this morning highlighted the day for the South American swimmers.
Brazil’s Manuella Lyrio set a new South American record in the 200 free during the heats of the women’s 200 free Monday morning.
Yulia Efimova and Daria Ustinova will be swimming an event apiece this morning, while Michelle Coleman has scratched the 100 back.
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Etiene Medeiros will head up a team of 21 Brazilians heading to the Mare Nostrum series in Europe in June.
Larissa Oliveira (above) enters tonight’s 200 free final ahead of record-holder Manuella Lyrio, Brazil’s only two women qualified for Rio in the event thus far.
Courtesy of Satiro Sodré, scroll through the Day 3 Photo Vault at the Maria Lenk Trophy to experience the speed of the Brazilian Olympic hopefuls.
There were only three events on Day 3 of the Maria Lenky Trophy, but the action was just as intense. In the end, two newly minted FINA ‘A’ Olympic qualification standards and a fresh set of records were achieved.
23-year-old Larissa Oliveira has broken national and continental records in the 200 freestyle at Brazil’s national championships, the 2016 Maria Lenk Trophy.
Leonardo De Deus is the big favorite today in the men’s 200 fly.
Take a stroll through the Day 2 Photo Vault to sample the action that occurred in today’s blistering fast races courtesy of Satiro Sodré.
Etiene Medeiros, Nicolas Oliveira, Joao De Lucca, and Guilherme Guido were the only Brazilians to achieve FINA ‘A’ standards and an Olympic ticket on Day 2 Finals at Maria Lenk.
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Guilherme Guido (above) approached his 100m back South American Record by one one-hundredth of a second in Day 2 prelims of the Maria Lenk Trophy.