French Portrait Series: Men’s 4×100 Free Relay (Video)


The French Federation is releasing a series of quick-hit videos on the FFN YouTube channel introducing members of France’s 2016 Olympic team in facts and figures. The videos are all under a minute and are a great way to portrait France’s stars for the Snapchat crowd.

In this video, we learn that the Men’s 4×100 Free Relay:

-won its first international medal at the 2003World Championship in Barcelona, with a team composed of Fabien Gilot, Frédérick Bousquet, Julien Sicot, and Romain Barnier;
-has had 13 swimmers make up its international title-winning quartet over the years: Grégory Malet, Mehdy Metella, Yannick Agnel, Jérémy Stravius, Clément Mignon, Lloris Bourelly, Fabien Gilot, Florent Manaudou, Frédérick Bousquet, William Meynard, Amaury Leveaux, Clément Lefert, Alain Bernard;
-holds 3 European Championship titles;
-has won 2 World Championship titles;
-is Olympic Champion.

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6 years ago

who’s talking now ? LOL

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