Atletismo - masculino* Aldemir Gomes Junior (200m e 4x100m) Alexander Russo (4x400m) Altobeli Santos (3.000m com obstáculos) Augusto Dutra de Oliveira (salto com vara) Bruno Lins (200m e 4x100m) Caio Bonfim (marcha atlética 20km e 50km) Darlan Romani (arremesso do peso) Eder Souza (110m com barreiras) Hederson Estefani (400m, 400m com barreiras e 4x400m) Higor Silva Alves (salto em distância) Hugo Balduino (4x400m) João Vitor de Oliveira (110m com barreiras)
Mike Powell during the Long Jump event at the 1991 IAAF World Athletics Championships in Tokyo. In an epic showdown with Carl Lewis, whose fourth round wind-assisted jump of 8.91 metres was part of a series that included four attempts over 8.83 metres, Powell unleashed a legal fifth round effort of 8.95 metres to break Bob Beamon's 23-year-old World Record by 5 centimetres and be crowned World Champion. In the 23 years since, no one has come within 20 centimetres of Powell's record.
Track & Field: 1984 Summer Olympics: USA Carl Lewis runs to victory at the 100 meters during the 1984 Summer Olympics. Lewis won four gold medals — the 100m, 200m, 4x100m relay and long jump - during the Los Angeles games. He would go onto capture two more gold (100m, long jump) in 1988 at Seoul, two more gold (4x100m relay and long jump) in 1992 at Barcelona and another (long jump) in 1996 at Atlanta. (Neil Leifer/SI) GALLERY: Greatest Summer Olympics Moments | Top Male Olympians
Joana Ribeiro da Costa (salto com vara) Joelma das Neves Sousa (4x400m) Juliana dos Santos (3.000 com obstáculos) Kauiza Venâncio (200m e 4x100m) Keila Costa (salto em distância e salto triplo) Letícia Cherpe de Souza (4x400m) Maila Machado (100m com barreiras) Marily dos Santos (maratona) Nubia Aparecida Soares (salto triplo) Rosângela Santos (100m, 200m e 4x100m) Tabata Vitorino (4x400m) Tatiele de Carvalho (10.000m) Vanessa Spinola (heptatlo) Vitória Rosa (200m e 4x100m)