French Cup, Mulhouse: Aurore Mongel, Amaury Leveaux Top Final Day

MULHOUSE, France, January 20. AURORE Mongel and Amaury Leveaux shined during the final day of competition at the French Cup located in Mulhouse.

Aurore Mongel scored an easy win in the women's 100 free with a time of 56.54, while Camille Muffat beat Mongel in the women's 400 free, 4:17.94 to 4:21.89.

In the women's 100 back, Margot Monmousseau dominated with a 1:04.78, while Sophie De Ronchi also crushed the competition in the women's 200 breast with a time of 2:33.86.

Mongel returned in the women's 200 fly to win the event in 2:13.44, while Adeline Martin claimed the women's 200 IM title in 2:22.35.

For the men, Amaury Leveaux touched in 1:50.93 to win the 200 free, while also capturing the 400 free in 3:54.89.

Ben Stasiulis earned his fourth title of the meet with a dominant time of 2:01.58 in the 200 back, while Hugues Duboscq claimed the 100 breast title in 1:02.68.

Clement Lefert touched out Leveaux by the slimmest of margins in the men's 100 fly, 54.73 to 54.74, while Thibault Bayrac grabbed the 400 IM crown in 4:29.49.

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