Brazil Goes Big: De Lucca (1:46.42 200 Free); Thiago Simon (2:09 200 Breast); Relay 7:11.15

Thiago Pereira, courtesy of Speedo [Photo: Satiro Sodré / SSPress]

Joao De Lucca accounted for two of three Brazilian victories on the second night of the Pan American Games, as he prevailed in the 200 freestyle and as a member of the 800 freestyle relay.

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Joao De Lucca accounted for two of three Brazilian victories on the second night of the Pan American Games, as he prevailed in the 200 freestyle and as a member of the 800 freestyle relay.

Comments

felix

Any record of the Americn men’s splits?

Craig Lord

Felix, I’ll let you do the maths…
1:48.49
3:36.75
5:24.65
7:12.20

felix

Cheers Craig

Wez

Hi guys, just so that you know that there are PDF’s available to check as well.

http://results.toronto2015.org/IRS/en/swimming/results-swm412-1-01.htm

That is the link to the mens relay, but if you liik on the right hand side, (side bar) there is a heading that says “PDF FILES” and you can download the results just like omegatiming can do.

It might help everyone with the splits and who was actually swimming what leg. (i have noticed some confusion with the results over the last few days)

Craig Lord

Yes, thanks Wez… such a mess when you have a system that speaks the same words in different languages as it were: beauty of Omega is that they’d done it long enough and well enough for long enough to know how to present it in one way whichever platform it is seen on. This latest championship format, used at several meets this year is messy.

Wez

@Craig, Yeah i noticed that too.

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