Synonyms for rosângela_santos or Related words with rosângela_santos

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Examples of "rosângela_santos"
The women's 100 metres sprint competition of the athletics events at the 2015 Pan American Games will take place between the 21 and 22 of July at the CIBC Pan Am and Parapan Am Athletics Stadium. The defending Pan American Games champion is Rosângela Santos of Brazil.
The women's 4 × 100 metres relay sprint competition of the athletics events at the 2015 Pan American Games will take place between the 24 and 25 of July at the CIBC Pan Am and Parapan Am Athletics Stadium. The defending Pan American Games champions are Ana Cláudia Silva, Vanda Gomes, Franciela Krasucki and Rosângela Santos of Brazil.
Also at London, the Brazilian women's 4 × 100 m relay team, composed of Ana Cláudia Lemos, Franciela Krasucki, Evelyn dos Santos and Rosângela Santos, broke the South American record in qualifying for the final, with a time of 42.55, and went to the final in sixth place. In the final, the Brazilian team ran 42.91 and finished seventh.
A total of twelve games records were broken or equalled in the athletics competitions. Two athletes defended their 2011 titles: men's javelin thrower Ari Mannio and women's hammer thrower Zhang Wenxiu. It was Zhang's fourth successive gold medal, retaining her position as the only woman to win the event since its introduction in 2003, and she also improved the games record for a fourth time straight. The only athlete to win two individual titles, Ekaterina Koneva claimed a horizontal jumps double for Russia. Rosângela Santos won the most medals with a 100 metres individual and relay title double as well as a 200 metres bronze.
At the 2013 World Championships in Moscow, the team composed by Ana Cláudia Lemos, Evelyn dos Santos, Franciela Krasucki and Rosângela Santos broke the South American record in the semifinals of the women's 4x100m metres relay, with a time of 42.29 seconds. But, without official explanation, the CBAT (Brazilian Athletics Confederation) held an athlete change to the final, putting Vanda Gomes instead of Rosangela Santos, to close the race. In the final, Brazil came second, almost tied with Jamaica and with great possibility to win the silver medal, and knock the South American record when, at the last exchange between Krasucki and Vanda, the baton fell eliminating the Brazilian team.
At the 2013 World Championships in Moscow, the team composed by Ana Cláudia Lemos, Evelyn dos Santos, Franciela Krasucki and Rosângela Santos broke the South American record in the semifinals of the women's 4 × 100 m metres relay, with a time of 42.29 seconds. But, strangely and without official explanation, the CBAT (Brazilian Athletics Confederation) held a bizarre athlete change to the final, putting Vanda Gomes (who had never run the relay) instead of Rosangela Santos, to close the race. In the final, Brazil came second, almost tied with Jamaica and with great possibility to win the silver medal, and knock the South American record when, at the last bat exchange, Vanda, who had been placed "in fire" in a World Championships final and without sufficient training to receive the baton, eventually leaving the baton fall.
At the 2013 World Championships in Moscow, the team composed by Ana Cláudia Lemos, Evelyn dos Santos, Franciela Krasucki and Rosângela Santos broke the South American record in the semifinals of the women's 4 × 100 m metres relay, with a time of 42.29 seconds. But, strangely and without official explanation, the CBAT (Brazilian Athletics Confederation) held a bizarre athlete change to the final, putting Vanda Gomes (who had never run the relay) instead of Rosangela Santos, to close the race. In the final, Brazil came second, almost tied with Jamaica and with great possibility to win the silver medal, and knock the South American record when, at the last bat exchange, Vanda, who had been placed "in fire" in a World Championships final and without sufficient training to receive the baton, eventually leaving the baton fall.
Lemos Silva began the 2011 in good form, clocking 11.19 seconds and 23.09 seconds for the 100 and 200 m early in the year. At the 2011 South American Championships in Athletics she won her first continental titles by defeating all comers in the 100 m and 200 m races, and was also a runner-up in the relay. At the 2011 Military World Games in Rio de Janeiro she won three medals for Brazil: she set games records to win the 200 m and relay titles, but was narrowly beaten in the 100 m final by Ukraine's Mariya Ryemyen. She improved her 200 m best sixth tenths of a second at the 2011 Brazilian championships to set a South American record of 22.48 seconds breaking Lucimar de Moura's record, en route to retaining her national sprint titles. At the 2011 World Championships in Athletics she was a semi-finalist in both individual sprints and in the relay she helped the team to a Brazilian record of 42.92 seconds in the heats and placed seventh in the final. Medals came at the 2011 Pan American Games, where she was fourth in the 100 m but won golds in the 200 m and relay events. In the relay, she led off a team including Vanda Gomes, Franciela Krasucki, and Rosângela Santos to break the national record yet again, crossing the line with 42.85 seconds.