Swimmer Ana Marcela Cunha is Relentless in the Gwangju World Championship

With two gold medals in the World Championship, Ana Marcela expands her list of records and achievements.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Brazilian athlete ends the Gwangju World Championship with two gold medals, an Olympic qualification, the only four-time champion in a competition, the winner of the most medals in the history of the competition and much more.

Relentless is the word that best describes swimmer Ana Marcela Cunha, who won the 5 km and 25 km gold medals at the World Water Sports Championships in South Korea, as well as fifth place in Tokyo in 2020.

At the age of 27, she has collected a string of records that range from marks in its disciplines . . .

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