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Making of Meia Ponte river

posted May 19, 2010, 8:57 AM by Unknown user   [ updated May 19, 2010, 9:10 AM ]

Some more pictures taken by the Meia Ponte Project in Goiás, Brazil






Swimmers in Goiás, Brazil!

posted May 19, 2010, 8:53 AM by Unknown user   [ updated May 19, 2010, 12:52 PM ]

The Swimming The Rivers Project gets to Goiás, Brazil, to fight for the Meia Ponte River.


This team want to take a swim in the Meia Ponte River in Goiás, but it's way too polluted to allow it!

Have a look at the photo taken by the Meia Ponte Project and join this campaign!

The WSMR Project is part of the project 'Eu Quero Nadar no Capibaribe. E você?' Project (I Want to Swim in the Capibaribe. And You?), and counts on your help in the identification of the rivers we have to preserve

To collaborate, take your photo the same way that the one displayed below and send it to us. This first step made, we are going to congregate forces to preserve the environment we are living in. We count on the participation of entities that are willing to help this project.

To contact the Team, send an email to: contact@swimmingtherivers.net



On this photo: Hugo, Paulo Castilho, Ernesto Augustus, Marcos, Cleber Oliveira

Making Of in Lima!

posted May 12, 2010, 1:56 PM by Unknown user   [ updated May 13, 2010, 6:30 AM ]

Here are some more funny pictures taken by the Lima's Team for the Rimac river!






Swimmers in Lima, Peru!

posted May 12, 2010, 12:55 PM by Unknown user

The Swimming The Rivers Project gets to Lima, Peru, to fight for the Rimac River.


This team want to take a swim in the Rimac River in Lima, but it's way too polluted to allow it!

Have a look at their photo and join this campaign!

The WSMR Project is part of the project 'Eu Quero Nadar no Capibaribe. E você?' Project (I Want to Swim in the Capibaribe. And You?), and counts on your help in the identification of the rivers we have to preserve

To collaborate, take your photo the same way that the one displayed below and send it to us. This first step made, we are going to congregate forces to preserve the environment we are living in. We count on the participation of entities that are willing to help this project.

To contact the Team, send an email to: contact@swimmingtherivers.net




On this photo: Patricia, Nicolas, Mabel and Cyril - Photographer: Cyril

The 'SOS Rios do Brazil' Institute is now a partner of the project!

posted May 3, 2010, 8:47 AM by Unknown user   [ updated May 3, 2010, 11:31 AM ]

The SOS Brazilian Rivers Institute is living through Profesor Jarmuth's blog: http://sosriosdobrasil.blogspot.com

Are concerned all the people and projects who want to protect, preserve and clean the rivers and the coasts of Brazil!


You will find a lot of useful informations about Brazil's water resources on his excellent website:



Swimmers in Maracaípe!

posted Apr 22, 2010, 9:22 AM by Unknown user   [ updated Apr 22, 2010, 4:28 PM ]

The Swimming The Rivers Project gets to Maracaípe, on the south coast of Pernambuco, Brazil.


The mangrove, the sea-horse and all the fauna and flora beauty that exists along the Maracaípe river is what we want to preserve.
Have a look at the photo taken by the team and join this campaign!

The WSMR Project is part of the project 'Eu Quero Nadar no Capibaribe. E você?' Project (I Want to Swim in the Capibaribe. And You?), and counts on your help in the identification of the rivers we have to preserve

To collaborate, take your photo the same way that the one displayed below and send it to us. This first step made, we are going to congregate forces to preserve the environment we are living in. We count on the participation of ambiental entities that are willing to help this project.

To contact the Team, send an email to: contact@swimmingtherivers.net



On this photo: Negão, Pamela, João and Sutra - Photographer: Francis

The photo session in Recife

posted Apr 7, 2010, 12:11 PM by Unknown user   [ updated Apr 7, 2010, 1:53 PM ]

Some more pictures!














The first International River Swimmers foto is ready!

posted Apr 5, 2010, 3:07 PM by Unknown user   [ updated Apr 15, 2010, 11:48 AM ]

The river is the Capibaribe, located in the state in Pernambuco, Brazil.

The photo was taken in the city of Recife and the team is composed by Elayne, Cynthia, Marcelo and Francis.

Photographer: Jaime.


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