Maranhense wins three golds and breaks the All-American record

Davy Hermes has made history in Brazilian Paralympic sport

Davy Hermes makes Paralympic history in Brazil (Reveal)

SÃO LUÍS – One of the most successful athletes in Maranhão sports, swimmer Devi Hermès, once again made history at the 2022 Brazilian Swimming Championships, organized by the Brazilian Confederation of Sports for the Intellectually Disabled (CBDI) with the support of CPB. (Paralympic Committee Brasileiro), which took place on Saturday (20) and Sunday (21) at the Brazilian Paralympic Training Center in Sao Paulo. Davey, who is sponsored by the state government and Potiguar through the Sports Promotion Act, won four medals at the Brazilian CBDI, three of them gold, and also broke his Pan American record in the 200m butterfly.

Devi Hermes started competing at the Brazilian CBDI on Saturday (20) and showed once again why she is considered a Paralympic sports sensation in the country. On the first day of competition, Viva Agua won her third Brazilian championship in the 50m butterfly, her second 200m butterfly title in an All-American record, and also won a silver medal in the 50m freestyle. On Sunday (21), Devi returned to the pool at the Paralympic Training Center in Brazil to earn her third national gold medal, this time in the 100m butterfly. With these results, the Maranhao swimmer has won 12 medals in the last three Games of the Brazilian CBDI: eight gold, two silver and two bronze.

“Brazilian swimming champion in 2022. I’m very happy: A third Brazilian championship in the 50m and 100m butterfly and a second Brazilian championship in the 200m butterfly with an All-American senior record was very good. He still had a silver medal in the 50m. free style Thank you, my God, for everything. Thanks to my parents and brother, my technicians from Viva Água, coordinated by coach Osvaldo Telles, and my training friends for their support and demand. I am also grateful for the sponsorship. Potiguar and the Maranhão government, through the state sports promotion law, which were fundamental to my participation in Brazilian and future events,” said Devi Hermes.

Following on from his historic performance at the Brazilian CBDI, Devi Hermes will face a number of national and international competitions. In addition to representing Maranhão at the Brazilian University Games (JUBs) in Brazil in September, the athlete will participate in the Swimming World Cup, the International Swimming Open Championship and the Brazil Cup in Portugal. In Swimming Down.

recent achievements

In May this year, Davy Hermes was among the country’s best, winning four medals and setting two records at the 2022 Brazil Swimming Meet, organized with the support of the Brazilian Sports Confederation for the Intellectually Disabled (CBDI). Brazilian Paralympic Committee (CPB). During that time, he won three gold medals in the 50m butterfly, 100m butterfly and 200m butterfly, in addition to winning a silver medal in the 50m freestyle.

Prior to the Brasileiro match, Devi Hermes had already achieved a major achievement in the 2022 season when he presented himself as one of the main names in the Open School Games, a competition promoted by the Maranhense School Sports Federation (Femade) and held in February. , in San Luis. Proving his excellent stage, the Maranhao swimmer won gold in the 50m freestyle and 100m butterfly.

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