Brazil’s swimming team up for Latin Cup and Russia’s synchro team visits Rio

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Brazil’s national swimming team has been established for the Latin Cup championship: 24 swimmers will gather together to dispute the event on May 20-22, 2010, in Mar del Plata, Argentina. The swimmers are between 15 and 20 years of age. The Brazilian delegation includes the following athletes: Alessandra Marchioro, Ana Marcela Cunha, Bruna Rocha, Eduardo Duarte, Eduardo Spotti, Giuliana Gigliotti, Henrique Martins, Henrique Rodrigues, João de Lucca, Julia Gerotto, Julia Volkmann, Leonardo de Deus, Luana Wunderlich, Lucas Kanieski, Luiza Vieira, Marcelo Chierighini, Marcos Macedo, Mayara Nascimento, Rafael Murad, Raphael Rodrigues, Raphaela Cunha, Sarah Correa, Tathiane Quirino and Victor Rodrigues.

Still happening in Brazil, Russia’s national synchronised swimming team is staying in the city of Rio de Janeiro to train and show some skills to the Brazilian synchronised swimmers for two weeks. On February 7, the Russian team will make a public presentation at the Julio de Lamare Aquatic Center with Russian coach, Tatiana Prokovskaia, as head of the Russian delegation.

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