Il Brasile ha confermato un roster iniziali di 18 atleti convocati per le olimpiadi in attesa delle prove a tempo del 12 Giugno
Bruno Fratus (above) has been named to Brazil’s initial Olympic roster after swimming a special trial in California rather than the country’s primary qualifying meet.
I Trials in Brasile si sono conclusi questa notte a Rio De Janeiro con importanti inserimenti I risultati di tutte le finali Day6
Santos was offered a second swim after top qualifier Andre Souza was suspended due to a doping violation. Santos dropped .73 from his prelims time for a 48.49
Matheus Gonche added his name to Brazil’s Olympic roster tonight by winning the 100 fly with a lifetime best time of 51.94.
The men’s 100 fly is shaping up to be an exciting final after Lanza and Mota came within half a second of the Olympic qualifying time in the prelims
Leonardo De Deus (200 farfalla) e Guilherme Costa (800 stile) sono i due nuovi qualificati per Tokyo durante le finali del day 3
Two-time Olympian Leonardo De Deus has the fastest 200 fly seed time but he is going into tonight’s final ranked 3rd as he aims to make his 3rd Olympic team.
I Trials olimpici in Brasile sono al terzo giorno con le batterie dei 200 metri farfalla maschili e 200 metri stile libero donne I risultati
Lanza finished ninth in 2:04.17, out in 56.63 but back in a rough 1:07.54. He was 32.20 on the third 50 but had a brutal final 50 at 35.34.
The action got underway in Brazil today at the 2019 José Finkel Trophy, with swimmers Vini Lanza, Leonardo de Deus, and Daynara Paula among the winners.
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.
Marcelo Chierighini moved into a World Championship position with a 48.46 in the men’s 100 free on day 2 of Maria Lenk.
Pedro Spajari won a close battle in the Junior-2 boys 100 free, touching in 49.61 over Felipe Ribeiro de Souza (49.76).
21 meet records fell, most notably three to rising sprinter Felipe Ribeiro de Souza.