Jeremy Desplanches is a competitive swimmer who competes for Switzerland internationally.
2015 World Championships
In his first long course world championships, Desplanches set national records in both the prelims (1:59.46) and semis (1:59.35) of the 200 IM, the latter placing him 12th overall.
2016 Olympic Games
After finishing prelims of the 200 IM in a 3-way tie for 12th, Desplanches was unable to better his time, swimming to a 2:00.38 in semi finals, which put him at 15th and out of the final heat.
2017 World Championships
After qualifying for semi finals, Desplanches made a big time drop and swam to a personal best and new Swiss record of 1:56.86 in the 200 IM, putting him in his first world championships final. In the final heat, he finished 8th with a 1:57.50.
2018 European Championships
Having had a myriad of international experience at this point, Deplanches used it to his advantage to take his first European title in the 200 IM, touching the wall at 1:57.04 and finishing .79 ahead of 2nd place. He also swam the 400 IM in Glasgow, where he finished 17th overall (4:20.89).