Anna Santamans & Lara Grangeon Raise French Bar But Fall Just Shy Of Rio Cuts

Ana Santamans, courtesy of Arena

Ana Santamans and Lara Grangeon, national textile records broken but no Olympic cut at trials in Montpellier today, epitomised the challenge facing French swimmers this Olympic season as Olympic selectors seek to raise the bar in a way that could leave one of the most successful squads on medal count at London 2012 as one of the smallest crews in Rio this August.

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Ana Santamans and Lara Grangeon, national textile records broken but no Olympic cut at trials in Montpellier today, epitomised the challenge facing French swimmers this Olympic season as Olympic selectors seek to raise the bar in a way that could leave one of the most successful squads on medal count at London 2012 as one of the smallest crews in Rio this August.

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