Versatile Jeremy Stravius Rattles Esposito Mark With 1:51.33 Victory In Angers 200 ‘Fly

Jeremy Stravius by Patrick B. Kraemer

Adding string after string to his bow and building stamina for Olympic year, Jeremy Stravius fell just a touch shy of cracking the 13-year-old French 200m butterfly record when he claimed a championship mark of 1:51.33 for the crown at nationals in Angers this evening. The French record has stood at 1:50.73 to former world record holder Franck Esposito since December 2002

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Adding string after string to his bow and building stamina for Olympic year, Jeremy Stravius fell just a touch shy of cracking the 13-year-old French 200m butterfly record when he claimed a championship mark of 1:51.33 for the crown at nationals in Angers this evening. The French record has stood at 1:50.73 to former world record holder Franck Esposito since December 2002

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Pierre AGOGUE

Stravius actually won the 400 FS on the first day: 3.39.48
I bet he would focus on 200 FS for Rio…if he does he could be minus 1.45 and a good candidate for the podium.

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