Guilherme Guido. Torneio Open de Natacao na Unisul. 17 de dezembro de 2015, Palhoca, SC, Brasil. Foto: Satiro Sodré/ SSPress/CBDA

Brazil Open: the best of the second day

17 de dezembro de 2015

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It was not easy at all to rank the best moments of this second day. Nine swimmers under the cut and fast swims in general, as the new south american record by Guido at 100 back.

6-Male 200 free
Different from 2012, we have already two swimmers under the olympic standard: João De Lucca and Nicolas Oliveira. Nicolas got a 1’47”09 (24”84/27”14/27”74/27”37) in the morning and chose not to swim the final. João swam both, but it was by morning that he had the better result: 1’47”81. We should mention Luiz Altamir de Melo that has the third mark to 800 free relay until now, to 1’48”34.

Nicolas Oliveira. Torneio Open de Natacao na Unisul. 17 de dezembro de 2015, Palhoca, SC, Brasil. Foto: Satiro Sodré/ SSPress/CBDA

5- Brandonn’s World Junior Record
It was a really close time to his old PB in 400IM, made in Toronto. But at the time, the record was not validated. Today, his last chance to make it, he did: 4’14”07 (58”24/1’03”29/1’14”79/57”75). He chose to focus on 400 IM and didn’t compete the 1500, event that he has yet great chances to get a spot. But it worth.

Brandonn Almeida. Torneio Open de Natacao na Unisul. 17 de dezembro de 2015, Palhoca, SC, Brasil. Foto: Satiro Sodré/ SSPress/CBDA

 

4- Four times Joanna Maranhão
Ok, we know it’s not decided yet and we know she had swum lots of times under the olympic standard in 400 IM, but today, Joanna Maranhão almost insured her fourth Olympics. We will only know for sure in April, but still, at least 4 olympic cycles between the best of world swimming. 4’40”78 in the morning, 4’41”82 at finals.

Joanna Maranhao. Trofeu Daltely Guimaraes na Unisul, Campeonato Brasileiro Senior. 17 de dezembro de 2015, Palhoca, SC, Brasil. Foto: Satiro Sodré/ SSPress/CBDA

3- Female 200 free
Many girls are looking for the 4 relay spots. Manuella Lyrio was soberan at prelims such at finals. She did a 1’59”24 in the morning but came strong in afternoon to 1’58”43, the only girl under the cut. Another reason to celebrate was the fourth brazilian ever to swim under 2 minutes: Jessica Cavalheiro. She had swam 2’00”00 in April, 2’00”06 today in the morning, but now she finally did it: 1’59”77. Until this moment, we have both, Maria Paula Heitmann, 16 years old, with 2’00”24 (PB) and Larissa Martins with 2’00”54. Larissa has as PB a 1’58”7, made in World’s trials in April. Rafaela Raurich, 15 years old, is now in fifth, with a PB of 2’00”67.

Torneio Open de Natacao na Unisul. 17 de dezembro de 2015, Palhoca, SC, Brasil. Foto: Satiro Sodré/ SSPress/CBDA

 

2- The three of Male 100 fly
In London 2012, nobody made the cut. Today, we have three. Henrique Martins with 52”14, Marcos Macedo with 54”17 made in the morning, and Nicholas Santos with 52”31, also in the morning.

Henrique Martins. Torneio Open de Natacao na Unisul. 17 de dezembro de 2015, Palhoca, SC, Brasil. Foto: Satiro Sodré/ SSPress/CBDA

1- Guido’s continental record
Guido always has better swims at afternoons. In the morning, he had already made the cut with good 53”41 in 100 back. But then, at finals, he not just improved his time, as broke the south american record to 53”09, ninth mark of the year.

Guilherme Guido. Torneio Open de Natacao na Unisul. 17 de dezembro de 2015, Palhoca, SC, Brasil. Foto: Satiro Sodré/ SSPress/CBDA

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