South American highlights shine in the south

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The third day of the Brazilian Youth Swimming Championship – Carlos Campos Sobrinho Trophy was a highlight for athletes who participated in the South American Youth Championship in Lima.

-Three Brazilians in second on the first day of the ISL match 5

One of the highlights of the competition so far, Luiza Lima won the 400m youth medley 2 with ease. The Marina Barra Clube athlete won the gold with 5m01s70. Anna Beatriz Machado won the silver medal with 5m12s60, followed by Sophia Reis with 5m13s98.

In the men’s version of the competition, but in juvenile 1, two of the highlights of the Brazilian team in the South American Youth Championship had a fierce dispute. Better for Willyan Matana, who beat Brazilian team mate Henrique Labriola with 4m44s28, who finished the race with 4m44s55. Lucas Alves, with 4:45s83, completed the podium.

Another pair that shone at the South American Championship and also did well at the Brazilian Championship in Porto Alegre was Beatriz Bezerra and Helena Lopes. This Thursday, Beatriz, who had already won the 50m freestyle, won the gold medal in the 100m freestyle with 58s23. Helena Lopes soon followed with 58s38. Rafaela Sumida completed the podium with 58s55.


In the men’s 100m freestyle 1, best time of life for the three athletes who went to the podium: Pedro Sansone (51s77), Caue Gluck (52s51) and Vitor Vasconcelos (52s64). The 200m female juvenile backstroke 2 was the wide domain of Tyara Ramos. The CRNAC athlete won with 2m20s46, more than five seconds ahead of second place.

Owner of the only championship record so far, Samuel Lopes commanded the 200m juvenile backstroke 2 from start to finish and was very close to putting his name on another mark in the competition: 2m06s60. Theo Tuunelis was the vice-champion (2m10s89) and Ronaldo Junior completed the podium (2m11s38).

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