Cascavel – Organized in the city of Capitólio (MG) last weekend by the teams of the Copa Brasil de Canoagem Velocity, the athletes of the Club de Canoagem Cascavel guaranteed runners-up. Now, a part of them await the next call-up of the Brazilian team for future international competitions.
The call is made on a national control basis, a type of training with competition, which was also held last weekend. Wagner Souta and Jorge Rodriguez stood out in the k1-500m race. Anna Paula Vergutz continues as the main female name.
Most of the medals won by the CRC team in the Copa Brasil came in the senior category. In total, 13 medals were won in 10 events, eight of them gold, which meant that the CRC ended disputes by teams in the general classification with 164 points, behind only Itacare’s Bahia Canoeing Association (174 points).
The new generation took gold with Felipe Follador (K1-1000m Cadet), Beatriz Grabowski Marchetti (Mini-K1 500m Children) and Maria Eduarda Bertoncello Muffato/Heloisea Gelatti (K2-500m Junior).
Not choke, but leader!
Futebol Clube Cascavel won, continued the tradition of ‘field control’ and started the week as the leader of Group 8 of Brasileirão in the D Series. But it wasn’t easy. After taking the lead in the 16th minute of the second half, Serpente conceded a tie to So Luiz at the end of the second half and reached the winning goal 2–1 thanks to extra time. Felipe Guedes scored for the Gauchos. , Lucas Batatinha and Jesse guaranteed the Serpente victory next Saturday (7) playing against Aimore away from home.
credit: Silmar Ramos
PM Céu Azul/Sicredi’s women’s volleyball won the 2008 category in the second leg of the Integration/Coppel Cup played in Formosa do Oeste. With the result, the team, led by coach Admir Martelli, broke a taboo that had lasted for at least 20 years. In the title decision against Foz, a 2×1 (23×25, 25×21, 10/6) win. The next stage will take place in the 2005 category from 24 to 26 June in Palotina.
Away from home, Brazilian teams seek victory in Libertadores
RIO DE JANEIRO – Except for the clash between the two teams from Minas Gerais, the Americas and Atlético, the other Brazilians who enter the field for the fourth round of the Copa Libertadores de América this Tuesday are playing away from home.
The Bolivians are at La Paz’s height to face Lantern the Strongest of the Athletico group. The Paraná team is losing to leader Libertad, who face Caracas in Venezuela. Both the teams playing at home are yet to win.
Palmeiras are in a slightly calmer position, playing against Oriente Petrolero at 21:30 in the administrative capital of Bolivia, Sucre, to defend the Group A lead. With 100% success, Verdao can guarantee an early classification with a win.
Ties Keep Toledo Ahead
Cascavel – Five games and three draws marked the round of the Access Division of Campeonato Paranaense. This combination put Toledo in the lead, even with a 1–1 draw against Prudentopolis still points behind the leader. Tomorrow, teams from the west enter the field again. Foz hosts Laranza Mecanica at 15:30, while Toledo plays at home against PSTC at 19:00.
Diniz promises victory over the flu
RIO DE JANEIRO – After three years, Fernando Diniz is back in charge of Fluminense. The coach, considered innovative and controversial, was introduced yesterday afternoon and arrived with the promise of more wins. “I intend to win more than I did in 2019, and improve my performance, but the main thing is to win more matches”, he said.
Fernando Diniz signed a CLT contract indefinitely, ie there is no penalty if he is fired or leaves the club. He debuted this Wednesday at 21:30 for Sudamericana against Junior Barranquilla in Maracan.
World Tennis will take place in Paranas
Curitiba – Beginning on May 2, the city of Curitiba will host the Women’s Tennis Cup, an international event with free entry to the public and that brings together the young talents of world tennis. The tournament, which will be hosted by Graciosa Country Club, will have a total prize pool of US$15,000.00. Brazil already has two tennis players guaranteed in the main draw of the competition, which will include players from countries such as Argentina, Chile, Bolivia, the United States, Bolivia, Switzerland, France.
The main favorite is 22-year-old Brazilian Thaisa Pedretti. Paulista holds 6 ITF level titles, most recently in 2021 in Ibag, Colombia.