Bruno Fratus Backs Up & Leo De Deus Joins Samba Of Those On Song For Rio 2016

Leonardo de Deus, courtesy of Speedo

The Brazilian Open ended in Palhoça ended with 25 swimmers making the cut in 17 events, with several races producing more than two potential qualifiers on the clock but some, such as the 200m butterfly in which Leonardo de Deus challenged the 1:56 mark, delivering just one cut and a raft of events, particularly on the women’s side, void of qualifiers

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The Brazilian Open ended in Palhoça ended with 25 swimmers making the cut in 17 events, with several races producing more than two potential qualifiers on the clock but some, such as the 200m butterfly in which Leonardo de Deus challenged the 1:56 mark, delivering just one cut and a raft of events, particularly on the women’s side, void of qualifiers

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DDias

I fear for Brazil relay medal chances without Cielo.I would not be surprised to see Santana and Chiriguinni dip below 48 mark, but I think Cielo still holds a huge psyche aspect on Brazil Team, like an ‘El Cid’ effect.

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