Laure Manaudou, First Frenchwoman To Win Olympic Gold, Cruises Into Hall Of Fame

Laure Manaudou (L) with coach Philippe Lucas at the height of their success in Melbourne - by Patrick B. Kraemer

Laure Manaudou, the first French woman ever to claim Olympic gold in the pool when she claimed the 400m freestyle crown at Athens 2004, is heading for the International Swimming Hall of Fame (ISHOF) in the 17-strong Class of 2017.

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Laure Manaudou, the first French woman ever to claim Olympic gold in the pool when she claimed the 400m freestyle crown at Athens 2004, is heading for the International Swimming Hall of Fame (ISHOF) in the 17-strong Class of 2017.

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