Olivier & Reymond Lead Lecat’s Marathon Test Of French Open Water Shoal

France's Open Water team leap for joy in celebration of their global No 1 status at World titles last year - courtesy of the French swim federation, FFN

This Sunday, January 28 and the day after the French 5km Open Water Championships in Sarcelles, French Open Water director Stéphane Lecat will hold an evaluation day for the most successful swim team in the world beyond the pool last year and the juniors with much to aspire to. At the helm of 22 athletes 11 researchers and managers and 11 coaches are world champions Marc-Antoine Olivier, Axel Redmond, Oceane Cassignol and Logan Fontaine

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This Sunday, January 28 and the day after the French 5km Open Water Championships in Sarcelles, French Open Water director Stéphane Lecat will hold an evaluation day for the most successful swim team in the world beyond the pool last year and the juniors with much to aspire to. At the helm of 22 athletes 11 researchers and managers and 11 coaches are world champions Marc-Antoine Olivier, Axel Redmond, Oceane Cassignol and Logan Fontaine

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