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Florent Manaudou broke three national records during the French National Short Course Championships in Montpellier over the weekend.
After finishing first in the 50 freestyle last night Florent Manaudou charged to another win, taking gold in the 50 backstroke over French backstroke star Camille Lacourt. Manaudou touched first in 22.98 ahead of Lacourt who grabbed the silver in 23.19. That time for Manaudou is a new French national record, breaking the previous mark set by Jeremy Stravius in 2013.
Florent Manaudou, who is one of the headlining names on the French roster for 2014 short course worlds, swam a 21.10 to grab the gold and swim the fifth fastest time in the world this year. Se
Camille Muffat at 2014 French National Championships. Photo courtesy of Camille Muffat Officiel on Facebook.
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