Katinka Hosszu posted a winning time of 2:07.69 in the women’s 200 IM at the Golden Tour in Marseille…
Florent Manaudou popped the third-fastest 50 free in the world so far this season, winning the event at the FFN Golden Tour Camille Muffat in 21.57.
Katinka Hosszu of Hungary, who posted five of the top ten performances in the Nice stage of the 2016 Golden Tour Camille Muffat, is entered in all 17 events at Amiens this weekend.
Today at the FFN Golden Tour Camille Muffat- Nice, Katinka Hosszu posted the fastest time in the world this season in the 200 IM.
Jérémy Stravius, just back from a successful outing in the Arena Pro Swim Series at Austin, will contest the 50/100/200 freestyle events in Nice.
After a no-show in the men’s 100 freestyle yesterday, Florent Manaudou made the championship final of the men’s 50 breaststroke on Day 3 of the 2015 French national short course championships in Angers.
Jérémy Stravius continued his domination of the day’s events on Friday at France’s short course national championship in Angers.
Federica Pellegrini posted a 1:55.00 which is the fastest time she has swam since setting the world record in 2009…
With Katie Ledecky all but guaranteed a gold medal in this event, the race will be between Mireia Belmonte Garcia, Jazmin Carlin, and Lauren Boyle for the silver medal.
Italy’s own Federica Pellegrini holds the top seed for tonight’s 200m freestyle final at the 2015 Sette Colli Trophy, but she will have on-fire Sarah Sjostrom hot on her heels.
Sweden’s Sarah Sjostrom rocked the world history rankings, clocking the second-fastest 100m butterfly race of all-time at the 2015 Sette Colli.
Katinka added another three gold medals and two silvers on Day Two of the FFN Golden Tour in Nancy, France.
The fourth stop on the FFN Golden Tour will hit Nancy this weekend and once again the French contingent of stars looks to be out in full force…
Jérémy Stravius will represent France in Kazan this summer, along with 14 other men and 14 women. It is the largest female contingent France has had in recent years.
Florent Manaudou punched his ticket to Kazan at the 2015 Elite Championships in Limoges, France, as did 12 other men and 9 women.