Hugues Duboscq

Retraite de Daniel Gyurta, Hongrie, champion Olympique du 200 brasse à Londres en 2012

Daniel Gyurta, qui vient d’annoncer sa retraite, a été champion olympique 2012, à Londres, du 200 mètres brasse, huit années après avoir enlevé la médaille d’argent de la course à Athènes.

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France Sending Near-Full Squad to Short Course World Championships

Fred Bousquet will return to global competition in December at the Short Course World Championships. (Photo Courtesy: Mike Lewis/OlaVistaPhotography.com)

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Jaeger, Hardy Safely Into Finals; Aussie Women Dominate Medley Prelims

Jessica Hardy survived a tight 50 free prelim, though KLJ was nipped by a three-way swim off. (Photo Courtesy: ©Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)

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On Day 5, Youth Ascended the Throne of French Sprinting

Explanation of French Olympic Qualifying: Swimmers must ultimately pass under the FINA A-time in finals to earn an individual swim…

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Duboscq Misses Out for Olympics in 100 Breast

Explanation of French Olympic Qualifying: Swimmers must ultimately pass under the FINA A-time in finals to earn an individual swim…

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Bernard, Balmy Top TYR World Rankings at French SC Nationals

Szczecin (pps) France’s swimmers have made two important changes at the very top of the current season’s World best rankings…

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France's Hugues Duboscq Changing Coaches

French breaststroke champion Hugues Duboscq has parted ways with his long-time coach Christos Paparrodopoulos after a disastrous 2011 World Championship meet…

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Shanghai Roundup: French Lineup Clarified; Chinese Continue Perfect Diving Streak

Tom Willdridge of SpeedEndurance is reporting that an official French Press Release clarifies that young French star Yannick Agnel WILL be…

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