Swimming World Cup: Brazil Gets Gold at Doha Stage

Jhennifer Conceição won the gold medal on Friday, November 8th, in the 100-meter breaststroke of the Doha (Qatar) round of the Swimming World Cup.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Brazilian secured the feat by completing the race with the time of 1min08s28, ahead of Russian Vitalina Simonova, with 1min08s64, and the Hungarian Eszter Bekesi, with 1min08s79.

Silver medal

In addition to Jhennifer's gold, Brazil secured on Friday a silver medal with Felipe Lima in the 50-meter breaststroke race. The Brazilian secured the second position with the time of 27s11.

The gold was won by the Japanese Yasuhiro Koseki, with 27s07, and bronze by the Dutch Arno Kamminga, with 27s12.

Doha Round

The Doha Round closes the Swimming World . . .

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