A Learning Experience For Veteran Benoit Huot On Way To Glasgow IPC Worlds

Benoit Huot of Canada - photo: Courtesy Swimming Canada/Scott Grant

Toronto – He has nearly 20 years of racing under his belt but Benoit Huot never quits learning. The defending world champion won the S10 200-metre individual medley Saturday night at the Speedo Can Am Para-swimming Championships, but his time of two minutes, 13.99 seconds taught him his stroke needs improving

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Toronto – He has nearly 20 years of racing under his belt but Benoit Huot never quits learning. The defending world champion won the S10 200-metre individual medley Saturday night at the Speedo Can Am Para-swimming Championships, but his time of two minutes, 13.99 seconds taught him his stroke needs improving

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