Aurelie Muller: How A Walk In The Favelas Brought Perspective After Sting Of Injustice

Aurelie Muller of France competes in the women's 10km marathon swimming

Aurelie Muller, the French open water World champion who with Britain’s Jack Burnell was one of two who finished top three in the Rio 2016 Olympic marathon but find themselves denied by dubious judgements that spoke to the incompetence of FINA when it comes to ensuring the best competitive environment for athletes, has penned a lament on her Facebook page.

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Aurelie Muller, the French open water World champion who with Britain’s Jack Burnell was one of two who finished top three in the Rio 2016 Olympic marathon but find themselves denied by dubious judgements that spoke to the incompetence of FINA when it comes to ensuring the best competitive environment for athletes, has penned a lament on her Facebook page.

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