David Verraszto notched the 2nd-fastest 400 IM of the season so far on Day 1 in Nice.
The 2019 “Meeting International de Nice FFN Golden Tour Camille Muffat” begins Friday, February 8th.
France’s Medhy Metella easily broke his own French Record in the 100 fly, but still said he’s hoping for more at the World Championships.
The office, set up in Jakarta, aims to adjudicate disputes in less than 24 hours.
Hungary’s Kristof Rasovszky won his second race in the season, just as in last year he came first in Barcelona, ahead of France’s world champions Marc-Antoine Olivier and Axel Reymond.
Another outstanding leg is in sight in the LEN Open Water Swimming Cup as reigning world champions will line up for the start in Barcelona on Saturday.
After coming back from a major surgery and a coach change to tie for the most-ever open water world championships medals won by a woman, Brazilian Ana Marcela Cunha is our 2017 Swammy Award winner for Open Water Swimmer of the Year.
Charlotte Bonnet disputera sur les quatre jours : 50/100/200/400 NL, 50/100 brasse, 50 papillon, et 100/200 4N.
After taking into account retirements and injuries, Jeremy Stravius is one of the few stars from the French men’s team who will be on hand for the Short Course Nationals in Montpellier this weekend.
Mélanie Henique sera présente à Montpellier pour les Championnats de France 25m.
La FFN a organisé la seconde édition de l’épreuve le dimanche 3 septembre 2017 avec les stars de l’eau libre Aurélie Muller, Marc-Antoine Olivier, David Aubry, et Océane Cassignol.
La France a gagné la médaille d’or au relais mixte à Budapest.
Ana Marcela Cunha struck gold in the women’s 25k, her third world title in the event and her third medal of these championships.
France’s Axel Reymond won the country’s fourth gold and sixth medal of the open water competition at the FINA World Championships in the men’s 25k.