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Viviane JUNGBLUT
Sport Open Water Swimming
NOC Brazil   
GenderWomen
Born29 Jun 1996 in Porto Alegre, BRA
Height1.66 m
 Human Interest 
Further Personal Information
Residence
Porto Alegre, BRA
Occupation
Athlete, Serves in the Air Force
Languages
Portuguese
Higher education
Food Technology - Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul [UFRGS]: Porto Alegre, BRA
Sport Specific Information
When and where did you begin this sport?
She began swimming when she was a child.
Club / Team
Gremio Nautico Uniao: Porto Alegre, BRA
Name of coach
Christiano Klaser [club, national], BRA
General Interest
Nicknames
Vivi (Instagram profile, 08 Apr 2019)
Other sports
She represented Brazil in swimming at the 2016 World Short Course Championships in Windsor, ON, Canada. (SportsDeskOnline, 18 Apr 2019; swimchannel.net, 01 Jan 2019)
Famous relatives
Her sister Cibelle represented Brazil in open water swimming at the 2018 World Junior Championships in Eilat, Israel. (SportsDeskOnline, 18 Apr 2019; gnu.com.br, 22 Feb 2019)
Ambitions
To compete at the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo. (gauchazh.clicrbs.com.br, 23 Mar 2019)
Other information
POOL FOCUS FOR TOKYO
At the 2019 World Championships in Gwangju, Republic of Korea, she missed out on qualification for the open water 10km event at the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo. To keep alive her Olympic ambitions she decided to concentrate on the 1500m and 800m events in the pool. "I was close to representing Brazil in open water at the Olympics [in Tokyo]. As a result I have decided to re-focus and see what I need to adjust to qualify for Brazil in pool swimming. They are two completely different sports, in the pool everything is more under control. The physical training inside and outside the water are also very different for the pool." She competed in both open water and pool swimming at the 2019 Pan American Games in Lima, Peru, winning bronze in the 10lm open water event and the 800m freestyle. "The medal in the pool is sweeter because I knew it would be a challenge to compete in both disciplines." (uol.com.br, 11 Aug 2019)

 Competition Highlights
World Championships
Rank Year Venue Event Result
Heats 2019 Gwangju, KOR 1500m Freestyle 16:36.25
Heats 2019 Gwangju, KOR 800m Freestyle 8:42.52
World Championships Short Course
Rank Year Venue Event Result
Heats 2016 Windsor, ON, CAN 800m Freestyle 8:29.58
18 2016 Windsor, ON, CAN 400m Freestyle 4:09.38 
Pan American Games
Rank Year Venue Event Result
6 2019 Lima, PER 400m Freestyle 4:15.35
3 2019 Lima, PER 800m Freestyle 8:36.04
5 2019 Lima, PER 1500m Freestyle 16:30.00
World Championships
Rank Year Venue Event Result
21 2019 Gwangju, KOR 5km 58:17.4
12 2019 Gwangju, KOR 10km 1:54:51.9
4 2019 Gwangju, KOR 5km - Team Relay 54:24.5
13 2017 Budapest, HUN 10km 2:01:06.1
6 2017 Budapest, HUN 5km - Team Relay 55:19.6
World Series
Rank Year Venue Event Result
99 2019   10km  
33 2019 Doha, QAT 10km 2:04:52.6
11 2018   10km  
14 2018 Abu Dhabi, UAE 10km 2:02:26.7
22 2018 Balatonfüred, HUN 10km 2:08:29.30
7 2018 Beau Vallon, SEY 10km 1:58:37.00
20 2018 Doha, QAT 10km 2:03:09.3
2 2018 Lac St. Jean, QC, CAN 10km 2:05:43.20
10 2018 Qiandaohu, CHN 10km 2:07:08.20
20 2018 Setúbal, POR 10km 2:08:39.11
4 2017   10km  
9 2017 Hong Kong, CHN 10km 2:02:17.2
3 2017 Lac St. Jean, QC, CAN 10km 2:04:26.4
5 2017 Lac-Mégantic, QC, CAN 10km 2:06:22.67
3 2017 Qiandaohu, CHN 10km 1:37:30.8
2 2017 Setúbal, POR 10km 1:37:37.23
20 2015 Viedma, ARG 10km 2:17:56.07
Pan Pacific Championships
Rank Year Venue Event Result
11 2018 Tokyo, JPN 10km 2:13:57.9