Hosszu Golden Tally Grows; France Adds WR to World Best

France's world-record breaking quartet rewarded with a $10,000 cheque

The first day of action at the Doha round of th World Cup handed the helm of world pace over 4x50m mixed medley officially back to France: WR of 1:39.54 set by Jeremy Stravius (23.15), Giacomo Perez Dortona (26.41), Melanie Henique (25.45) and Anna Santamans (24.53); Katinka Hosszu takes golden tally to 17; doubles for South Africans Chad Le Clos and Roland Schoeman

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The first day of action at the Doha round of th World Cup handed the helm of world pace over 4x50m mixed medley officially back to France: WR of 1:39.54 set by Jeremy Stravius (23.15), Giacomo Perez Dortona (26.41), Melanie Henique (25.45) and Anna Santamans (24.53); Katinka Hosszu takes golden tally to 17; doubles for South Africans Chad Le Clos and Roland Schoeman

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