The Brazilian swimming federation officially removed Miguel Cagnoni from the presidency despite his weekend resignation.
Miguel Cagnoni, president of Brazil’s swimming federation, has announced his resignation, citing his wife’s health. Cagnoni was facing a vote on his removal.
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The technical director of Brazil’s swimming federation has resigned, citing the federation’s lack of transparency as reason for his departure.
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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.”