Marc-Antoine Olivier & Logan Fontaine Set French Records At The Helm Of 5km Pace

Marc Antoine Olivier - Olympic bronze in Rio followed by a world title in 2017 - by Patrick B. Kraemer

World open water champion Marc-Antoine Olivier set a French indoor 5km record of 52mins 15.69 at the French 5000m Championships in Sarcelles today. A measure of just how far the French open water program run by Stephane Lecat got in 2017 could be found in the fact that the man in second on 52:59.32, a French 19 years age group record, also claimed gold at world titles last July: Logan Fontaine. Lara Grangeon takes women’s race in 57:41.18

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World open water champion Marc-Antoine Olivier set a French indoor 5km record of 52mins 15.69 at the French 5000m Championships in Sarcelles today. A measure of just how far the French open water program run by Stephane Lecat got in 2017 could be found in the fact that the man in second on 52:59.32, a French 19 years age group record, also claimed gold at world titles last July: Logan Fontaine. Lara Grangeon takes women’s race in 57:41.18

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