Brazil achieved impressive results in Olympic sport for a week

Brazil achieved impressive results in Olympic sport for a week

Izekias Queiroz won two World Cups at the Boating World Cup – Photo: Fabio Canheti

Isaquias Queiroz wins C1 500m Speed ​​Canoeing title

Brazil’s Izequias Queiroz won a gold and a silver medal at the World Boating Championships in Canada. The title came in the C-1 500m event, his fourth in this dispute, while silver came in the C1 1000m event, in which he is the current Olympic champion. Thus, he has won 14 medals in the history of the competition, seven golds, one silver and six bronzes. In the 500m feud, Bahian took the lead from the start and won by more than one boat, while in the 1000m, the podium came after a major rebound. With 300 meters left, he was still fifth, increased his speed and won the silver.

Isakias Queiroz won the silver medal in the C1 1000m at the World Boating World Cup

Isakias Queiroz won the silver medal in the C1 1000m at the World Boating World Cup

Alison dos Santos broke the record and won the gold medal in the 400m hurdles of the Diamond League

Alison dos Santos broke the record and won the gold medal in the 400m hurdles of the Diamond League

Alison dos Santos, U-20 World Champion, is following up his epic victories in 2022. Over the weekend, he won the Polish stage of the Diamond League in the 400m hurdles with a time of 47.80. The competition did not have its main competitors in the race, such as the American Ray Benjamin and the Norwegian Karsten Warholm, but it was important to maintain the momentum of the titles. This season alone, there have been five gold medals in the Diamond League stages.

Hugo Calderano, the Tunisian champion – Photo: clone

Sixth in the world table tennis rankings, Hugo Calderano won the tournament in Tunis, and is back to good form, after a string of not so good results in recent months. In Tunisia, he won five matches and lost one set, exactly in the final against the French Alexis Lebrun. On the way to the decision, he defeated Chen Chin-An (116th) from Taipei, Liu Dingshu (47th) from China, Liu Chengteng (102) from Taipei and Jang Wujin (31st) from South Korea.

Tainá Paixão transferred the basket that secured the title to Brazil – Photo: Central Bank of Bahrain / Disclosure

The Brazilian women’s basketball team has regained the Copa America. And after losing the title in 2018, the team beat Argentina, on Saturday 69-68, with a second basket from Taina to win the cup. The tournament, which was held in Argentina, gave four places to next year’s Copa America.

Good hemiplegia results

Igor Tofalini and Fernando Rufino dominated the VL2200m – Photo: RedesSociais/Reproduction

It has been an eventful (and successful) week for Parasport in Brazil. Team blind football He won the Grand Prix, passing Argentina in the final, and secured a place in the Sports World Championships. in Parakanog, Brazil finished with a gold, two silver and a bronze medal at the World Championships, in Canada, to close in third in the medal table for the event. In the CyclingBrazil concluded the Canadian stage of the World Cup with six medals, two silvers and four bronzes, with Loro Chaman and Jade Malavazzi highlighted. In the Paratriathlonbronze for Jessica Misali on the Great Britain stage of the World Tour.

Joao Victor Oliva achieves an unprecedented ranking for Brazil in the Equestrian World Cup semi-finals – Photo: Luis Roas

The Brazilian Joao Victor Oliva, son of the Queen of Basketball Hortensia, achieved the best result in the history of Brazil at the World Equestrian Championships, which is held in Denmark. In the first stage, on Sunday, he was in 26th place out of almost 100 athletes, which included him in the semi-finals of the tournament, called the Grand Prix, open only to the top 30. The result obtained was 72.112%.

Bronze in the Small Athletic World

Gabriel Bosa jumped 7.90 meters and took bronze at the U-20 World Championships in Athletics

Gabriel Bosa jumped 7.90 meters and took bronze at the U-20 World Championships in Athletics

Brazil finished their campaign at the U-20 World Cup in Athletics, in Cali, Colombia, with a medal won by Gabriel Bosa in the long jump. Fourth place in the same event last year, this season he managed to reach the podium with a jump of 7.90 meters, and beat it at the last attempt, making him jump from seventh to third place. No other Brazilian athlete out of the 37 athletes in the competition was able to be among the top eight.

Brazil ended its career in the World Junior Taekwondo Championships, for athletes up to the age of 20, with a bronze medal, won by Brian Erkman da Silva, in the weight category over 78 kg. Brian of Parana won three fights to take the bronze medal by defeating athletes from Georgia, Canada and Egypt. In the semi-finals, the Korean athlete overtook him.

BIA achieves the best job classification

Brazil’s Beatrice Haddad was knocked out in the first round of the WTA Tour in Washington, USA, but managed to climb one position in the world rankings and emerged at number 24, the best position of her career. This week, compete in the WTA 1000 in Toronto, Canada. Another Brazilian reached the best position of her life: Olympic medalist Laura Pegosi climbed to 105th.

Brazilian Marcelo Melo finished second at the ATP 250 Championships in Los Cabos, Mexico in the doubles category. Along with South African Raven Claassen, he lost the decision to American William Bloomberg and Serbian Miomir Kekmanovic 2-0, and this was the fourth time that Milo finished second in the 2022 tournament. It was in October 2020.

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