Three women and two men have made the finals of the Rio Olympics, with four of them taking home medals.
The men’s team is headed by world record holder Cristiane Cunha.
She won bronze in the 100m freestyle, a distance she has been competing in since she was 14.
Her compatriot, Livia Garcia, was second in the 200m freetype.
Garcia also finished second in 200m backstroke.
“I don’t think it’s a competition, it’s just competition to see who can compete with who,” said Cunhha.
“It’s not like we’re playing for gold medals.
We’re just competitors.
It’s a good thing for women to be able to compete at the Olympics.
Read more”We’re just going to try to do as well as we can and we’ll see how it goes.”
Cunha and Garcia have been the top two in Rio so far, while Cunas gold in the individual 100m breaststroke and Garcia’s bronze in women’s rowing.
Cunas has also been the best diver in Rio, winning the men’s diving title last year, while Garcia has won the women’s 400m freethread.
Cunhas best result was the bronze in her maiden Rio Games.
A medal in the 400m breast was enough for her to be awarded the silver in the men.
Women’s diving is a sport that’s become a hot topic in Rio.
In Rio, more than 70% of the athletes are women, and this is something that’s going to be reflected in the Rio Games, with some commentators questioning why so few women are competing.
There is a growing concern that some athletes may be excluded from the Games in the first place.
On Monday, a Rio 2016 swimmer named Gabby Douglas was banned from competing because of a doping conviction in the US.
Douglas was stripped of her medal at the 2012 Olympics in Athens, Greece, after she was found guilty of using a banned substance.
After Douglas’s suspension, her compatriot Cunhas was stripped from the 200-metre freestyle at the 2016 Rio Olympics.
The US government has also made a concerted effort to prevent women from competing in the Games, and it has been criticised by some athletes.
US President Donald Trump has criticised the IOC for allowing the women to compete.
But Cunes husband and Olympic swimming partner, Greg LeMond, has defended the Olympic movement, saying that women’s swimming has been in decline for decades.
LeMond said women are just not as good as men and that it’s because of an outdated way of training and competition.”
You see this trend that the world is starting to move away from,” he said.”
There is so much less emphasis on the skills and the technique and the strength and the flexibility of women.””
You have to be pretty much on top of the world and the world moves on from women and men.
“Read more The Rio Olympics is the fourth time that women have competed in the Olympics, following the 1972, 1988 and 2000 Games.
This time around, it will be the first time that all the medal winners have been women, with the gold medal going to Cunah, Garcia and Cunus daughter, Lola.
There will also be a number of other women who have made their Olympic debuts, with Simone Manuel-Silva and Emma Coburn competing in their first Olympics.