|Track and field (T45)|
|Competitor for Brazil|
|2012 London||200m - T46|
|2008 Beijing||4x100m - T42-46|
|2012 London||400m - T46|
|2008 Beijing||100m - T46|
|IPC Athletics World Championships|
|2011 Christchurch||100m - T46|
|2013 Lyon||200m - T46|
|2011 Christchurch||200m - T46|
|2013 Lyon||4x100m - T42-46|
|2011 Christchurch||4x100m - T42-46|
|2013 Lyon||100m - T46|
|Parapan American Games|
|2011 Guadalajara||100m - T46|
|2011 Guadalajara||200m - T46|
|2015 Toronto||200m - T46
Yohansson Nascimento (born 25/09/1987) is an athlete and Paralympian from Brazil competing mainly in T45/46 sprint events. He was born without both his hands, and is classified T45. He started athletics in 2005.
Nascimento competed in the 2008 Summer Paralympics in Beijing, China. There, he won a silver medal in the men's 4 x 100 metre relay - T42-46 event, a bronze medal in the men's 100 metres - T46 event, finished fifth in the men's 200 metres - T46 event and went out in the first round of the men's 400 metres - T46 event.
At the 2012 Summer Paralympics, he won a gold medal in the men's 200 metres T46 event, breaking the T45 world record twice in the process. He won a silver medal in the T46 400m event, also in T45 world record time. He set a third T45 world record in his 100m heat but in the final he pulled up injured and fell to the track. His determination to cross the finish line regardless was selected Number 9 in the IPC's Top 50 Paralympic Moments of 2012.