2007-08 Season: *NCAA Championships 200 Yard Freestyle Relay second place (1:16.55) *Preliminaries 200 Yard Freestyle first place (1:17.05) *Preliminaries 50 Yard Freestyle twenty-eighth place (19.84) *NCAA Championships 200 Yard Freestyle eighth place (1:35.17) *Preliminaries 200 Yard Freestyle eighth place (1:33.69) *NCAA Championships 800 Yard Freestyle Relay first place (6:12.85) *NCAA Championships 100 Yard Freestyle third place (42.42) *Preliminaries 100 Yard Freestyle fourth place (42.42) *NCAA Championships 400 Yard Freestyle Relay first place (2:49.01) *Preliminaries 400 Yard Freestyle Relay second place (2:51.78) *PAC-10 800 Yard Free Relay first place (6:16.77) *PAC-10 50 Yard Free tenth place (19.97) *PAC-10 Preliminaries 50 Yard Free twelfth place (20.16) *PAC-10 200 Yard Free Relay third place (1:18.45) *PAC-10 200 Yard Free third place (1:34.51) *PAC-10 Preliminaries 200 Yard Free fifth place (1:36.19) *PAC-10 400 Yard Medley Relay third place (3:11.75) *PAC-10 100 Yard Free fifth place (43.10) *PAC-10 Preliminaries 100 Yard Free sixth place (43.48) *PAC-10 400 Yard Free Relay first place (2:50.73)
Five time All-American Was the second leg in the 200 free relay that finished 3rd at the NCAA's with a time of 1:16.26 Finished 5th at the NCAA Championships in the 200 Yard Free with a time 1:33.90 Swam the first leg in the 800 Yard Free Relay that took 1st at the NCAA Championships with a time of 6:14.14 Finished 4th at the NCAA's in the 100 yard free with a time of 42.37 Swam the first leg in the 800 yard free relay that finished in 1st at the NCAA's with a NCAA record time of6:14.14.
Joined the Wildcats in the winter of 2006. Was the only freshman qualified to swim at the NCAA Championships for Arizona where he finished 18th in the 200 free (1:36.58) and 32nd in the 100 free (44.17). At the 2006 Pac-10 Championships, swam the third leg of the second-place 400 free relay and anchored the third-place 200 free relay... Also finished 10th in the 100 fly (48.29), 14th in the 100 free (44.39) and 17th in the 50 free (20.48). Placed second in both the 100 free (45.49) and the 200 free (1:39.81) against ASU.
Set the Brazilian age group record in the 800-meter free and also a South American age group record in the 200 free. Won the 100-meter free (50.87) at the Brazilian age group nationals in 2004 and placed second in the 200-meter free (1:52.80).
National/ International Competition:
Competed at the 2006 Pan-Pacific Games for Brazil where he finished sixth in the `B' final of the 100-meter free (50.58).
Born Nicolas Cesar Olivara on Aug. 4, 1987 in Belo Horizonte, Brazil. Son of Silvio César de Olivara. Major is international business.
50 free - 19.61
100 free - 42.37
200 free - 1:33.90