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Murillo Sardori has won tournaments in the United States


Participated in AmericanLance’s SMU Invite Classic in Dallas and finished third this weekend

Gilherm Magnin and Isabella Holuka

10 October 2021 at 4:23 pm • Last update 10 October 2021 at 4:31 pm

He lives in the United States, where he competes at the University of Louisville, Kentucky. Murillo Sardori, From Americana, Has already started controversy in North American pools and has won some platforms this weekend.

Murillo won the SMU Invite Classic competition in Dallas, Texas, in the 200-yard freestyle, 01: 34s59, 4 × 200-yard free relay and three second places in the 4 × 50-yard. Free relay.

Murillo practices daily training and study in the United States – Photo: Marcelo Rocha / O Liberal

In addition, he was fifth in 500-yard freestyle disputes, with 4min26s38, and 100-yard freestyle, 44s11.

In university swimming competitions in the United States, the measurement used in relation to tests is not the yard and meter, but is common in Brazil and elsewhere.

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“I had a good experience. This is the first time for me in this competitive format, it’s very different from what I’m used to in Brazil. It’s very tiring, very fast in terms of racing progress, but I am satisfied with the result.

The swimming coach also talked about the tiring routine of training and study in the United States, where he went this second semester after participating. Olympic Games Tokyo, Japan.

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“My regular work is based on early morning training. At 6 o’clock in the morning we are already in the water until 7:30 or 8 o’clock. Then after training we go straight to class, practically until noon, then have lunch and we go back to the pool at 2:00. “It’s a very tiring routine, especially after training in the afternoon. We still have a lot of work to do, which puts us to sleep after a while,” the swimmer explained.

After the controversy in Dallas, he will resume his production and return to compete in North American pools within two weeks.