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WHO´S PEED IN BRAZIL

International press suspected that algae may have left the green pool
(Photo: Reproduction / Twitter)

The green color of the water pool of diving in the Aquatics Center Maria Lenk is intriguing athletes and journalists at the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.

On Tuesday (9), the British newspaper "Daily Mail" has heavily criticized the state of the water. "Hands up. Who peed in the pool? Women are forced to jump in the pool that was green in Rio (and no one knows why)."

On Twitter, the official profile of the Organizing Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games Rio 2016 said that the green water poses no risk to athletes. "Everyone, stay calm as the water of the Maria Lenk. We perform quality tests and there is no risk to athletes. We are investigating the cause."

The green color of the water pool of diving in the Aquatics Center Maria Lenk is intriguing athletes and journalists at the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.

On Tuesday (9), the British newspaper "Daily Mail" has heavily criticized the state of the water. "Hands up. Who peed in the pool? Women are forced to jump in the pool that was green in Rio (and no one knows why)."

On Twitter, the official profile of the Organizing Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games Rio 2016 said that the green water poses no risk to athletes. "Everyone, stay calm as the water of the Maria Lenk. We perform quality tests and there is no risk to athletes. We are investigating the cause."

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Guys, stay quiet as the water Maria Lenk. We perform quality tests and there is no risk to athletes. We are investigating the cause.
18 29 - August 9, 2016 · Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Brazil
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Another asked that the "new" tonality of the water was Thomas Daley, British who won the bronze medal in the double 10m platform, on Monday (8), when the color of the pool was still blue. "Ermmm ... what happened ?!" wrote the athlete on Twitter.

According to the BBC commentators, officials present at the Aquatic Center Maria Lenk said they did not know why the water has turned green. "I asked one of the organizers because the pool was green and he said, 'I do not know,'" said a journalist from the British channel.

"What is happening to this pool? It's getting greener and greener. People who bought televisions today and watch tomorrow will think there is something wrong with the screen. It's really green ... I wonder what athletes do with it? We'll be back tomorrow no matter the color of the pool. If it's red, yellow or purple, "he added.

Check out other critical registered on social networks:

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The water in the Olympic diving pool turned green and nobody knows whyhttp://uk.businessinsider.com/olympic-diving-pool-inexplicably-turned-a-disgusting-shade-of-green-2016-8 ... Via BI_Europe
18 13 - August 9, 2016
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Imprensa internacional suspeita que algas possam ter deixado a piscina verde
(Foto: Reprodução/Twitter)

A cor verde da água da piscina dos saltos ornamentais no Centro Aquático Maria Lenkestá intrigando os atletas e jornalistas nos Jogos Olímpicos do Rio de Janeiro.

Nesta terça-feira (9), o jornal inglês "Daily Mail" fez duras críticas ao estado da água. "Mãos para cima. Quem fez xixi na piscina? Mulheres são forçadas a pular em piscina que ficou verde no Rio (e ninguém sabe porquê)".

No Twitter, o perfil oficial do Comitê Organizador dos Jogos Olímpicos e Paralímpicos Rio 2016 afirmou que a água verde não oferece risco aos atletas. "Pessoal, fiquem tranquilos quanto à água do Maria Lenk. Realizamos testes de qualidade e não há risco aos atletas. Estamos apurando a causa".
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