Manaudou & Grousset Headline 2023 French Championships (25m)

2023 FRENCH CHAMPIONSHIPS (25m)

  • Thursday, October 26th – Sunday, October 29th
  • Angers, France
  • SCM (25m)
  • Entries
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The 2023 French Championships (25m) kick off this Thursday and, although World Record holder Leon Marchand is remaining stateside, there is still a nice offering of performers ready to race.

Olympic champion Florent Manaudou is entered in the 50m free, 100m free and 50m fly events while fellow speedster Maxime Grousset is expected to take on the 50m/100m fly, 50m/100m/200m free and 100m IM.

Olympic medalist Federico Burdisso is also among the roster, as is Swiss Olympic medalist Jeremy Desplanches.

On the women’s side, Russian-turned-French freestyler Anastasia Kirpichnikova is among the lineup of top performers, while Beryl Gastaldello and Charlotte Bonnet will make several appearances each.

France is coming off of a successful 2023 Long Course World Championships, one which saw the nation place 4th in the overall swimming medal table. Grousset reaped gold in the men’s 100m fly, as well as bronze in the men’s 100m free and 50m fly. Marchand stole the show with 3 individual gold medals across the 200m fly, 200m IM and 400m IM, including overwriting American Michael Phelps‘s World Record in the latter contest.

Key Entrants for the 2023 French Championships (25m)

David Aubry
Charlotte Bonnet
Federico Burdisso
Justine Delmas
Jeremy Desplanches
Beryl Gastaldello
Maxime Grousset
Damien Joly
Anastasia Kirpichnikova
Nina Kost
Florent Manaudou
Mehdy Metella
Yohan Ndoye-Brouard
Marc-Antoine Olivier
Analia Pigree
Lilou Ressencourt
Jeremy Stravius
Mewen Tomac

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Andrew
8 months ago

Sexy god Manaudou time predictions:

50 Free: 19.99 (WR)
100 Free: 44.96 – just misses the WR
50 Fly: 21.5 (WR)

ooo
Reply to  Andrew
8 months ago

His instagram only mentions the 50s

GrameziPT
8 months ago

Flo is winning bronze in 2024 behind Dressel and Mcevoy

Joe
Reply to  GrameziPT
8 months ago

You spelled Jack Alexy wrong

Andrew
Reply to  Joe
8 months ago

alexy is mid and needed a historically depleted and soft field to weasel his way into finals

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