FFN Golden Tour Camille Muffat – Amiens
- Dates: Friday, April 28 – Sunday, April 30, 2017
- Prelims 8 am GMT+1 (2 am EST/11 pm PST); finals 5 pm on Friday and Saturday (11 am EST/8 am PST), 3 pm on Sunday (9 am EST/6 am PST)
- Meet Central
- Psych sheets
- Live results
- Recap Day 1
- Recap Day 2
Day 3 A-finals session started with a victory of Katinka Hosszu in the 400m freestyle in a time of 4:13,70 followed by Belgium’s Lotte Goris, 17, in 4:16,01.
In the next women’s race, a Belgium swimmer hit the wall first: Fanny Lecluyse took the win in 1:09,62 ahead of France’s Fanny Deberghes in 1:09.70.
Jeremy Desplanches set a new Swiss national record yesterday in the 200m IM and tried today to crack his own national record of 1:01,87 in the 100m breaststroke – he finished not far off in 1:02,29. The victory went to Theo Bussiere (FRA) in 101,83.
Katinka Hosszu snatched her second victory in the 200m backstroke in 2:10,38 – now her fastest time in this season.
The first place in the 100m butterfly went to Belgium’s Kimberly Buys (58,80) ahead of Marie Wattel (FRA) in 58,89. Buys holds six Belgium national records while Fanny Lecluyse owns four. Katinka Hosszu took the last place in the A-final in 1:04,32.
Mehdy Metella (FRA) grabbed the win in the men’s 100m butterfly in 52,58, he actually ranked 19th in the world with his season best time of 52,34. His personal best time are 51,24 seconds.
Charlotte Bonnet set the fastest time in the women’s 100m freestyle in 53,97, 0,17 slower than her personal best time. Anouchka Martin finished second in 55,45, Katinka Hosszu ended her competition with a 58,23 (7.). Hosszu started in 17 events over the last three days and reached all finals.
Algeria’s Oussama Sahnoune, who trains in France, sprinted to the first place in the men’s 50m freestyle in 22,54 ahead of France’s Jeremy Stravius (22,89).
The overall winners of the 2017 Golden Tour Camille Muffat are:
- Katinka Hosszu (HUN), 127 points – 7000 €
- Fanny Lecluyse (BEL), 36 points – 3500 €
- Melanie Henique (FRA), 26 points – 2000 €
- Charlotte Bonnet (FRA), 25 points – 1500 €
- Rikako Ikee (JPN), 20 points – 1000 €
- David Verraszto (HUN), 52 points, 7000 €
- Mehdy Metella (FRA), 40 points, 3500 €
- Jeremy Desplanches (SUI), 32 points, 2000 €
- Jordan Pothain (FRA), 26 points, 1500 €
- Joris Bouchaut (FRA), 23 points, 1000 €