Brandonn Almeida celebrates his Junior World Record in the 400 IM. Look here for more photos from today’s 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…
China and Brazil battled for the top spot in the medal standings…
Bruno Fratus clocked the only sub-22 50m freestyle on day 3 of the 2015 Jose Finkel Trophy.
Nicolas Oliveira was tonight’s winner of the men’s 200m freestyle event at the 2015 Jose Finkel Trophy.
Manuella Lyrio broke her second South American Record of the meet at the 2015 Pan American Games.
Allison Schmitt has broken a legendary Sippy Woodhead Pan American Games Record in the 200 meter freestyle.
Leonardo de Deus kept right on charging through day 5 of Brazil’s national championships, the Maria Lenk Trophy. The dimunitive distance man broke the South American 400 free record a day after doing the same in the 200 fly.
On day 3 of Brazil’s long course national championships, Thiago Pereira extended a long win streak while Cesar Cielo saw his come to a close.
Joanna Maranhao, who led the women’s 400m IM field in her finals time of 4:41.00 comfortably cleared the Worlds cut of 4:43.46 at Brazilian Nationals.
Julia Sebastian of Argentina took the women’s 200 breaststroke in a new national record time of 2:28.25…
Cesar Cielo won the 50 on day 3, though a bad turn left him slower than his preliminary time.
In addition to Matheus Santana’s outstanding Junior World Record, one Brazilian record fell to Leonardo de Deus (pictured) on day 3 of the Brazil Winter Championships, and a South American record survived a scare by just .15.