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Brazil’s water polo team and open water swimmers get ready for upcoming events

Federations News

Brazil’s national men’s water polo team has been convened for the South American Championships. The 13 players will fight against other teams from the Southern continent on March 20-25 in Medellin, Colombia. Check the official list bellow:

Players: Luiz Maurício Santos, Vinícius Antonelli, Felipe Santos, Gustavo Guimarães, Bernardo Reis, Gabriel Reis, Bruno Nolasco, Danilo Correa, Jonas Crivella, João Felipe Coelho, Marcelo Franco, Henrique Moniz and Gustavo Coutinho.

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Best swimmers meet in Tokyo for Japan Open 2010

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The Japan Open 2010 / Japan short course nationals were held at the Tokyo-Tatsumi International Swimming Complex in Tokyo, Japan, on February 27 and 28, 2010. More than 3,000 spectators gathered together to enjoy the competition and witness the performances of famous worldwide swimmers such as Lotte Friis (DEN), Cameron van der Burgh (RSA), Therese Alshammar (SWE) and Gao Chang (CHN). 28 countries took part in the event.

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Despatie reporter in Vancouver

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Alexandre Despatie is well-known for being a two-time Olympic silver medallist and three-time World Champion in diving. But during the 2010 Winter Games in Vancouver, the 24-year-old diver has shown quite different skills, by taking on the role of host, commentator and reporter for Canada’s sports radio station RDS.

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Paraguayan swimming team at 2010 South American Championships

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Paraguay's national swimming team has been convened for the South American Championships. As a whole, 18 swimmers will compete at the event to be held on March 25-29, 2010, in Medellin, Colombia.

Swimmers: José Lobo, Raúl Pereira, Ricardo Gregor, Julio Gómez, Genaro Prono, Hugo Riera, Renato Prono, Favio Persano, Carlos Orihuela, Benjamin Hockin, Charles Hockin, Lujan Amarilla, Virginia Baez, Maria Lopez, Silvana Paniagua, Andrea Gregor, Tania Sapoznik, Laura Mongelós.

The athletes are training hard to achieve the best possible results.

 

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.

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Swimming Canada announces new partnership with Intercontinental Hotels Group

Federations News

Swimming Canada is thrilled to announce that they have signed a new multi-year marketing partnership with the Intercontinental Hotels Group (IHG). IHG is the largest hotel chain in the world.

“This Partnership will help the swimming community in many ways and we look forward to creating some innovative programs with IHG to further promote the program in the coming months”, commented Swimming Canada CEO Pierre Lafontaine.

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Bovell III and John-Williams top athletes in Trinidad & Tobago

Federations News

World Championship record breaker George Bovell III and Youth Olympic Games qualifier Kimberlee John-Williams won the Swimmer of the Year Male and Female respectively at the Annual Award Ceremony of the Amateur Swimming Association of Trinidad and Tobago (ASATT) held at Naparima Bowl on January 17, 2010.

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New South Wales Institute of Sport launches International Diving Programme

Federations News

World class divers Melissa Wu and Scott Robertson have joined the New South Wales Institute of Sport (NSWIS) as part of the newly established diving International Training Programme (ITP), led by NSWIS Diving Programme Head Coach Chava Sobrino, it was recently announced.

Wu, who claimed a silver medal in the women’s synchronised 10m platform at the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games, and Beijing Olympian Robertson relocated from Queensland to join Olympic gold medallist Matthew Mitcham and dual Olympian Alexandra Croak at the Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre.

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Japan rewards its top athletes and swimmers get ready for FINA World Swimming Championships (25m)

Federations News

The 44th TV Asahi Big Sports Award 2009 was held on January 15, 2010, at the Tokyo Prince Hotel in Japan and rewarded not only swimmers but also a wide range of athletes coming from baseball, golf, sumo, soccer, athletics, and others.

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Birth and staleness force Aussie Sharks captain Whalan to have year-long break

Federations News

Aussie Sharks men’s water polo captain Thomas Whalan is taking a year away from international competition. He and former international swim star wife Elka (nee Graham) are expecting their first baby and the 264-game veteran for the Sharks told his team-mates by email that his focus and motivation since the Rome FINA World Championships last July has not been 100 per cent.

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