Brasileiras brilham no Mundial de Esportes Aquáticos e garantem vagas nas Olimpíadas

Ana Marcela Cunha, the current Olympic champion, secured a spot in the 2024 Paris Olympics in the early hours of Saturday (3).
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The Brazilian finished fifth in the 10km race at the World Aquatics Championships held in Doha, Qatar. Another Brazilian, Viviane Jungblut, also booked her ticket to the Olympics with a 14th place finish.

Sharon Van Rouwendaal from the Netherlands, the Olympic champion in Rio 2016, claimed the top spot on the podium, completing the race in 1h57min26s80. Silver went to Spanish swimmer Maria de Valdes, while Portuguese swimmer Angelica André took home the bronze.

Ana Marcela completed the course in 1h57min31s10, while Vivi finished with a time of 1h57min39s30.

“The goal was definitely achieved. I underwent a significant change in the last year, and being here, competing for the spot, is very important to me. I will have a new opportunity to make history in Paris. I will have six months to continue training and competing.
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I am very happy, and Brazil will be very well represented. The more Brazilians, the better. Our rivalry is very healthy. Having two representatives means more chances for medals. The most important thing is knowing that we are in,” said Ana Marcela.

As the gold medalist in Tokyo, Ana Marcela secured a direct spot with her fifth-place finish. The competition offered 13 spots for Paris, but since France, the host country for the next Olympics, placed its two swimmers in the top 13, an additional spot opened up, which went to Viviane Jungblut.

During the six laps of the race, Ana Marcela and Viviane Jungblut faced rough seas and a temperature of around 20°C in the port of Doha. They chose to conserve energy in the first two laps of the 1650-meter circuit. Halfway through the race, Ana Marcela was in seventh place, while Viviane was in tenth.

In the final three laps, Ana Marcela kept up with the pack of athletes who would qualify for the Olympics. In the fourth and fifth laps, the Olympic champion was in the group that would secure a spot for Paris 2024. Viviane gradually dropped positions but, like Ana Marcela, will be in Paris.

On Sunday, Brazil will be represented by Henrique Figueirinha and Pedro Farias in the 10km Open Water race at the World Aquatics Championships.
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Ana Marcela, who will be competing in her fourth Olympics, will participate in two more events in Doha: the 5km race and the mixed 4x1500m relay.