Thiago Pereira

1986 - Today

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Thiago Machado Vilela Pereira (born 26 January 1986) is a retired Brazilian international competition swimmer. One of the greatest swimmers in the history of Brazil, Pereira won the silver medal in the 400-meter individual medley at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, beating the then-current Olympic champion Michael Phelps. He also broke a world record in the short course 200-meter individual medley, and broke several South American and Brazilian records. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Thiago Pereira has received more than 76,797 page views. His biography is available in 17 different languages on Wikipedia. Thiago Pereira is the 222nd most popular swimmer (down from 197th in 2019), the 1,542nd most popular biography from Brazil (down from 1,094th in 2019) and the 3rd most popular Brazilian Swimmer.

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Among swimmers, Thiago Pereira ranks 222 out of 392Before him are Angel Martino, Natalie Coughlin, Sara Nordenstam, Ian Crocker, Luca Marin, and Anastasiya Yermakova. After him are Rick Carey, Adam Peaty, Vladimir Morozov, Bruno Fratus, Jiao Liuyang, and Ágnes Kovács.

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Among people born in 1986, Thiago Pereira ranks 839Before him are Luis Montes, Wojtek Wolski, Mads Christiansen, Luca Marin, Julian Edelman, and Yu Yang. After him are John Ruddy, Emerson, Vic Wild, Ashraf Nu'man, Michelle Waterson, and Waleed Abdullah.

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In Brazil

Among people born in Brazil, Thiago Pereira ranks 1,542 out of 1,947Before him are Sarah Menezes (1990), Anaílson Brito Noleto (1978), Camilo Sanvezzo (1988), Márcio Araújo (1984), Rafinha (1987), and Denílson Antônio Paludo (1972). After him are Robson Conceição (1988), Emerson (1986), Daniel Mariano Bueno (1983), Sandro Chaves de Assis Rosa (1973), Diego Oliveira (1990), and Wellington Daniel Bueno (1995).

Among SWIMMERS In Brazil

Among swimmers born in Brazil, Thiago Pereira ranks 3Before him are Tetsuo Okamoto (1932) and César Cielo (1987). After him are Bruno Fratus (1989) and Poliana Okimoto (1983).