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Report from the 2004 Brazilian Speed Championships
by Tuca Reichert

A report by Brazilian speed skating coach and skating advocate Tuca Reichert on her team's results the seventh annual Brazilian Inline Speed Skating Championships which took place in the city of Sertaozinho in the state of Sao Paulo, Brazil.

RESULTS FOR INLINE TEAM TUCA REICHERT AT THE
VII BRAZILIAN SPEED SKATING CHAMPIONSHIPS

by Tuca Reichert

With only one month of training and some scratches in the knees, the Team PAPA LÉGUAS, guided for coach Tuca Reichert won the VII the Brazilian Championships of Roller Races that was organized and sanctioned by the Brazilian Confederation of Hockey and Roller Skating in the city of SERTÃOZINHO in the state of São Paulo, Brazil the weekend of August 28-29, 2004.

Competing with athletes of São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, and Santa Catarina, the athletes of the Brasília (The capital of Brasil) achieved great success by winning gold,silver,and bronze medals and also winning the trophies for Best Team and Best Athlete.

With this, one more time, the teams of the coach Tuca Reichert earned the power and the honor to represent Brazil in international competitions.

300 Meters Against Time

Men up to 11 Years
João Andrade Sebba - (8 Years old) Vice Champion
Eduardo Santos - (6 Years old) 5th Placed

Women up to 11 Years
Mayara Tomazini (10 Years old) Vice Champion

Men up to 17 Years
Edson Sebba - (12 Years old) - 5th Placed

Women up to 17 Years
Tauana Tomazini - (15 Years old) Champion
Débora Ferreira - (12 Years old) Vice Champion
Victória Haidamus - (12 Years old) 3rd Place
Sthefanie Souza - (12 Years Old) 4th Place

500 Meters

Men up to 11 Years
João Andrade Sebba - (8 Years old) 4th Place
Eduardo Santos - (6 Years old) 5th Place

Women up to 11 Years
Mayara Tomazini (10 Years old) Vice Champion

Men up to 17 Years
Edson Sebba - (12 Years old) - 5th Place

Women up to 17 Years
Tauana Tomazini - (15 Years old) Champion
Débora Ferreira - (12 Years old) Vice Champion
Victória Haidamus - (12 Years old) 3rd Placed
Sthefanie Souza - (12 Years Old) 4th Placed

1500 Meters

Men up to 11 Years
João Andrade Sebba - (8 Years old ) 4th Placed
Eduardo Santos - (6 Years old) 5th Placed

Women up to 11 Years
Mayara Tomazini (10 Years old) Vice Champion

2500 Meters

Men up to 11 Years
João Andrade Sebba - (8 Years old ) 4th Placed
Eduardo Santos - (6 Years old) 5th Placed

Women up to 11 Years
Mayara Tomazini (10 Years old) Vice Champion

3000 meters

Women up to 17 Years
Débora Ferreira - (12 Years old) Champion
Tauana Tomazini - (15 Years old) Champion
Victória Haidamus - (12 Years old) 3th Placed
Sthefanie Souza - (12 Years Old) 4th Placed

5000 meters

Men up to 17 Years
Edson Sebba - (12 Years old) - 5th Place

Women up to 17 Years
Débora Ferreira - (12 Years old) Champion
Tauana Tomazini - (15 Years old) Champion
Victória Haidamus - (12 Years old) 3th Place
Sthefanie Souza - (12 Years Old) 4th Place

10000 meters

Men up to 17 Years
Edson Sebba - (12 Years old) - 5th Place



Tuca Reichert, the coach of the above speed skaters, was not able to repeat her feat of being the only Brazilian speedskating champion in the category of skaters above age 34 because she suffered an accident in January of 2004 and is still recovering from the surgery resulting from that accident.



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