RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil has never had a larger female delegation in the Olympic Games than a male one; however, that may happen in Tokyo 2020, should men's collective sport fail to secure its positions.
Currently, the group consists of 80 confirmed women and 65 men. To total the 152 athletes there are still seven places left in the equestrian sport, but since it is a mixed sport, it is not yet possible to know who will go.
"We had the expectation of reaching the place in the Olympics with men's handball in Pan as well, but . . .