Second day: two under olympic standarts

18 de agosto de 2015

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Not a good day as yesterday, at least not so exciting. But still we could watch good races and some olympic standarts, even knowing it’s not valid for brazilian criterias.

Men’s 200 breast

One of the events with olympic standarts, the 200 breastroke wasn’t that good, but Andreas Mickosz from Corinthiand won with 2’11”65, 0.01s under the mark suggested by FINA. The Panamerican champion Thiago Simon, also from Corinthians, was silver with a 2’13”10, better than his time at Kazan. Bronze was taken by the south-american record holder Henrique Barbosa with 2’14”37, representing Unisanta.

Women’s 200 breast

Another one to improve her race from Kazan was the australian Taylor McKeown, who won with 2’24”09, under the south-american record and giving great points to Minas Tênis Clube. The second place was the argentina Julia Sebastian 6 seconds later with 2’30”71. The three best brazilians were: Andressa Sango and Pamela Alencar tied in first with 2’33”16 (Andressa from Sesi/SP and Pamela from Corinthians) and Juliana Marin in third, from Minas Tênis Clube, with 2’34”10.

Men’s 100 fly

Henrique Martins showed us what he couldn’t show in Universiades, after his strong 100 free there. Today, posted his personal best post-suit with 52”33, with a strong finish and under the olympic standart. He had accomplished his two goals: win and get this time. The second place was Lucas Salatta from Corinthians with a 52”72 followed by Arthur Mendes, who was the brazilian flyer in Kazan, with a 52”89. Nicholas Santos, world’s silver medallist in the 50, and Marcos Macedo also swam under 53 seconds, both finishing in fourth with 52”98.

Thiago Pereira and Henrique Rodrigues raced the B final and tied at first with 54”19.

Women’s 100 fly

Daynara de Paula was under 59 again, now with 58”93. She’s happy to maintain her swim from Pan Am and Kazan, after so tiring weeks. Bruna Rocha was second with 59”59 and Daiene Marçal third with 1’00”24.

Men’s 1500

Brandonn Pierry, the brazilian record holder and Pan Am medallist, is now in Singapure to compete the Junior World’s. Without him, the competition was really open between Miguel Valente, Lucas Kanieski and Luis Arapiraca. Diogo Villarinho, who was bronze in Kazan at Team’s 5km, started really strong, taking a 3 seconds advantage still at first 200. But the experience of Miguel, Lucas and Luis took them to surpass Diogo and take the leadership until the end, where Miguel had the best finish and won with 15’32”45. Lucas was silver with 15’33”88 and Luis was bronze with 15’35”02.

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