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Emmanuel Fortes Nascimento (born August 13, 1970 in Minas Gerais) is a former international freestyle swimmer from Brazil, who participated in two consecutive Summer Olympics for his native country, starting in 1988. His best result was the 6th place in the Men's 4×100-metre freestyle in 1992.
At the 1988 Summer Olympics, in Seoul, he finished 10th in the 4×200-metre freestyle, 12th in the 4×100-metre freestyle, 18th in the 4×100-metre medley, 36th in the 200-metre butterfly, and 37th in the 100-metre freestyle.
He was the South American record holder of the 100-metre freestyle, between 1990 and 1991. 
At the 1991 World Aquatics Championships, Nascimento finished 24th in the 100-metre freestyle, and 26th in the 200-metre freestyle. 
He was at the 1991 Pan American Games, in Havana. He won gold in the 4×100-metre freestyle, and silver in the 4×200-metre freestyle.  He also finished 6th in the 100-metre freestyle, and 7th in the 100-metre butterfly. 
At the 1992 Summer Olympics, in Barcelona, he finished 6th in the 4×100-metre freestyle, 7th in the 4×200-metre freestyle, and 25th in the 100-metre freestyle.
After closing the swimming career, he became commercial director of Monytel, a company that operates in the field of communications.
- 1967: United States (Walsh, Fitzmaurice, Spitz, Schollander)
- 1971: United States (Edgar, Genter, Heidenreich, Heckl)
- 1975: United States (Babashoff, Ruby, Grattan, Abbott)
- 1979: United States (Gaines, Babashoff, Newton, McCagg)
- 1983: United States (Leamy, Gribble, Cavanaugh, Gaines)
- 1987: United States (Born, McCadam, Robinson, Dudley)
- 1991: Brazil (Ferreira, Nascimento, Rebolal, Borges)
- 1995: United States (Hall, Jager, Davis, Olsen)
- 1999: Brazil (Scherer, Quintaes, Cordeiro, Borges)
- 2003: Brazil (Jayme, Borges, Scherer, Souza)
- 2007: Brazil (Silva, Deboni, Oliveira, Cielo)
- 2011: Brazil (Cielo, Fratus, Santos, Oliveira)