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Brazil national roller hockey team

Brazil
Association Brazil Roller Sports Federation
Confederation CPRS
Coach Gerard Pujol
CIRH ranking 4[1]

The Brazil national roller hockey team is the national team side of Brazil at international roller hockey. Usually is part of FIRS Roller Hockey World Cup and CSP Copa America.

Brazil squad - 2010 Rink Hockey American Championship

The team was the 2010 Rink Hockey American Champions.[2]

Goaltenders
# Player Hometown Club
1 Aurelio Rieger "Lelo"
RafaelAguiar"Batoré"
Field Players
# Player Hometown Club
Rafael Novaes "Ceará"
Jackson Nascimento
"Mauricinho" Duque
Bruno Matos
Leandro André Wada
Jurandyr Silva "Didi"
Alan Karam
Michel Zanini
Team Staff
  • General Manager:
  • Mechanic:
Coaching Staff
  • Head Coach: Gerard Pujol
  • Assistant:

Titles

References

  1. ^ National teams Ranking
  2. ^ http://www.fecapa.cat/portals/copaamerica2010/equipos.asp

External links

  • Brazil Roller Sports Federation
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