With the Rio Olympics just wrapped up and the Rio Paralympics just about to open, Brazil is already preparing for its next major swimming event – the Jose Finkel Trophy.
Michael Phelps will officially make his 2016 Olympic debut tonight in the 400 free relay.
We will likely see former Cal teammates Nathan Adrian and Anthony Ervin contest the 400 free relay final tonight for the U.S.
Follow the 2016 Brazilian Olympic roster during their road to Rio!
Etiene Medeiros will head up a team of 21 Brazilians heading to the Mare Nostrum series in Europe in June.
Thiago Simon was one of six Olympic qualifiers on day 4 at the Maria Lenk Trophy.
Marcelo Chierighini will look to defend his top seed tonight in the men’s 100 free and book his ticket to the Olympics.
Check out swimming photographer Satiro Sodre’s shots of some of the athletes that will be competing at the Maria Lenk Trophy Open Championships.
17-year-old Kyle Chalmers just earned a spot on the Aussie Olympic team with his 48.03 silver in the men’s 100m freestyle, a time which stands as the new WJR.
Simone Manuel will compete for the first time in 2016, taking on Olympic silver medalist Aleksandra Gerasimenya in the 50 freestyle.
Sprint freestyle and backstroker Etiene Medeiros will join her Brazilian teammates representing her country at the Arena Pro Swim Orlando at the end of this month.
Junior world record holder Brandonn Almeida is among Brazil’s list of competitors for the 2016 South American Championships
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.
Brazil’s Raia Rapida sprint format meet is slated to take place Sunday in Rio de Janeiro, with sprinters from Brazil, the U.S., South Africa and Italy entered.