Olympic Selection Series: Rio 2016 Time Cuts Designed To Stir The Fight In France

Fabien Gilot and Florent Manaudou by Patrick B. Kraemer

In the third of a series of articles on the wide gap in standards and selection processes for swimming at the Olympic Games, we consider France, a departure from time cuts through all rounds, as was the case in 2012, and an emphasis on taking a team to Rio that will be relatively small but packed with the power to make the podium

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In the third of a series of articles on the wide gap in standards and selection processes for swimming at the Olympic Games, we consider France, a departure from time cuts through all rounds, as was the case in 2012, and an emphasis on taking a team to Rio that will be relatively small but packed with the power to make the podium

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