Manaudou’s Mission: 2 Laps As Good As 1 In Rio

Florent Manaudou [courtesy: Speedo]

After a 48.41 in Rome at the start of a steady roll into the realms of the 100m free, Olympic dash champ Florent Manaudou aims to add 100m to the defence of his 50m crown in Cesar Cielo’s den at Rio 2016

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After a 48.41 in Rome at the start of a steady roll into the realms of the 100m free, Olympic dash champ Florent Manaudou aims to add 100m to the defence of his 50m crown in Cesar Cielo’s den at Rio 2016

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SwimFanFinland

Russia’s hand is not bad, not at all. It’s a little bit sad there is only four countries fighting for medals in this particular event. What is good, these four come from different parts of the world. Still, better quartets are called for especially from South America and Asia, and at least one more from Europe.

Manaudou’s aspiration to broaden his field from shorter distances to longer ones is a very interesting project to follow. It seems to be more challenging to move into longer distances than the other way round.

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