First day better than World’s

17 de agosto de 2015

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Most of the swimmers who was in Kazan had better results today at São Paulo than at World’s, which was unexpected, since it’s the third big meet in less than a month.


Women’s 200 free

The only female record posted today was by Manuella Lyrio from Pinheiros with a 1’58”65, a new championship record. Only 0.04s behind was the australian Leah Nealee, representing Minas Tênis Clube, with a great end, but not enough to take the brazilian victory. The second brazilian was Larissa Martins, also from Pinheiros, with 2’00”72, more than 2 seconds worst than her PB. Maria Paula Heitmann took the bronze as the third brazilian with a PB 2’01”01 (she’s traveling tomorrow to Singapure Junior World’s).

Men’s 200 free

Nicolas Nilo from Minas Tênis Clube had a great and easy victory, at least in the last 50s. He won with a 1’47”41, also a championship record, almost two seconds ahead of the second place Leonardo de Deus, from Corinthians, with a 1’49”33. We had two more swimmers under 1’50”: João Veras Amorim, bronze with 1’49”42 and Luiz Altamir with 1’49”89.

Women’s 100 back

We didn’t have Etiene Medeiros swimming this event, unfortunately. But a great victory to Natalia Luccas, from Corinthians, who posted her best time since Nanjing, with a 1’01”57, only swimmer under 1’02”. Silver went to Duane da Rocha, brazilian that swims for Spain, with 1’02”00. The argentina Andrea Berrino took third place with 1’02”76 and Daynara de Paula completed the podium as third brazilian with 1’03”73.

Men’s 100 back

One of the greatest times of the day was the 53”36 by Guilherme Guido, from Pinheiros, time that could be taken a final in Kazan. This time is less than 0.2s from his South American Record. The podium was dominated by Pinheiros, with Henrique Handa silver to 54”73 and Vitor Guaraldo bronze to 55”03. In morning session, Daniel Orzechowski swam to 54”14, but was disqualified to exceed the 15m at start (controversial).

Women’s 1500 free

Joanna Maranhão, from Pinheiros, had a PB with 16’31”17, the second best brazilian swim ever. Poliana Okimoto, from Unisanta, (who has the brazilian record and is already classified to Rio in 10k) took silver with 16’39”23. The young Viviane Jungblut, from GNU, was bronze with 16’42”65.

Men’s 200 free relay

The highlights were Bruno Fratus, from Pinheiros, splitting 21”69, Henrique Martins anchoring with a 21”72 and Ítalo Manzine splitting with a 21”86, both from Minas Tênis. Pinheiros took gold with 1’28”37 and Minas was Silver with 1’28”61.

Women’s 200 free relay

Minas Tênis Clube were the champions with solid splits (25”52, 25”81, 25”69 and 24”59) and won easily with 1’41”61. Almost a second behind was Pinheiros with 1’42”44, with all swimmers to 25”5. Sesi/SP closed the podium with 1’42”64.

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