In the struggle, the women’s volleyball team was able to qualify for the Paris Olympics during the pre-Olympics in Japan. There were six wins and one loss (to Turkey). In the final round, there was a direct confrontation with the hosts for a place in Paris and, after more than 2h30, the team won 3-2.
Brazil 0 x 3 Turkey – best moments – Women’s Volleyball Pre-Olympic
Canoe finalist, Ana Sátila finished 5th place in the World Canoe Slalom
Beatriz Souza defeated Rochele Nunes and won gold at the Judo Grand Slam
Mayra Aguiar won the bronze medal in the Judo Grand Slam
Rayssa Leal scored 60.98 in the second round of STU’s semifinal
Rayssa Leal, of São Paulo, won the seventh stage of STU in her career, taking the title in the competition held at 36ºC. Pâmela Rosa and Gabi Mazetto, who completed the podium. The three skaters, in fact, should be representatives of Brazil in the Paris 2024 Olympic Games. In the men’s category, Giovanni Vianna, 22 years old, is the champion. In the park, the current World Park silver medalist, Augusto Akio, 22 years old, juggled the track and achieved a score of 86.05. In the women’s category, Isa Pacheco is the champion.
Augusto Akio, Japinha, scored 86.05 in the second round of the final
Lucas Dias scored the winning basket for Franca against Bonn at Club Intercontinental
MIGUEL OF THE SIXTH WORLD
The Brazilian Miguel Hidalgo came in sixth place in the last stage of the World Triathlon Circuit, a competition considered the most important of the season, a kind of World Championship. Miguel was one of the first in the entire race, leading the bike, and came into the race paired with the leaders. During the race, he was very consistent, but he could not survive the final sprint, leaving him more than 20 seconds behind the podium. Great result.
WORLD MEDAL PARATRIATHLON
Jessica Messali won the bronze medal at the Paratriathlon World Championship, in Spain, in the PTWC category. The time was 1h13m48s. Gold went to Australian Lauren Parker (1h10m38s) and silver to American Kendall Gretsch (1h11m19s).
LAIS IN EIGHTH IN WORLD WRESTLING
500 days to Paris: Laís Nunes is an Olympic wrestling athlete and is looking for his third Olympics
Brazilian Lais Nunes came in eighth place in the under-62kg category at the World Wrestling Championships, in Belgrade. She won two fights 10-0, but was eliminated in the quarterfinals by Japan’s Sakura Motoki. In the repechage, against Bulgarian Bilyana Dudova, she flirted with victory, but tied the fight 1-1 and lost in the tiebreaker.
Jaqueline Lima and Sâmia Lima won the silver medal in the badminton Peru Open doubles competition, earning points for the world ranking, after defeating the Canadian pair, who were favorites for the title, in the semifinals. In mixed doubles, Davi Silva and Sânia Lima, Sâmia’s sister, took bronze. The same Davi, together with Fabricio Faris, got bronze in men’s doubles.
EQUAL DRESSAGE WITH OLYMPIC RATES
In Hagen, Germany, dressage equestrian tournament, valid for the world circuit, two Brazilians made the Olympic index. João Victor Marcari Oliva, riding the Escorial Campline, and Renderson Oliveira, with the Fogoso Campline, made the lowest score ever in Paris. Remembering that they are still not qualified for the Games, but it has the right to have places, if they win the Pan American Games. João Victor and Escorial achieved a 71.348% final average grade, placing fourth. Renderson Oliveira scored 69.413%, in tenth.