Sprinter Turned Man Of Stamina, Stravius Goes 14:55

Jeremy Stravius [Photo: Arena France]

Known for his world-class efforts over 50 to 200m on freestyle, backstroke and medley, Jérémy Stravius, Amiens and France, rattled the 1500m free men at the short-course Meeting National d’Automne in Compiegne today with a 14.55.81 that made him the 11th swimmer from his country to crack 15mins over 60 laps of the little pool in a battle with Axel Raymond and Marc Sanchez; Mireia Belmonte wins 800m in less tense circumstances

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Known for his world-class efforts over 50 to 200m on freestyle, backstroke and medley, Jérémy Stravius, Amiens and France, rattled the 1500m free men at the short-course Meeting National d’Automne in Compiegne today with a 14.55.81 that made him the 11th swimmer from his country to crack 15mins over 60 laps of the little pool in a battle with Axel Raymond and Marc Sanchez; Mireia Belmonte wins 800m in less tense circumstances

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Bossanova

Thats pretty remarkable if you ask me

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