Lara Grangeon bettered her sixth-ranked season best of 2:07.98 with a 2:07.87 to win the women’s 200-meter fly at the 2016 French Open National Championships.
Grangeon was unable, however, to leapfrog Emma McKeon (2:07.68) into fifth in the world rankings. Kelsi Worrell finished second in 2:10.45 with Marie Wattel taking third in 2:11.82.
Jordan Coelho won the men’s 200-meter fly in 1:56.49 with Paul Lemaire taking second in 1:58.17. Matthias Marsau wound up third in 1:58.45.
Ben Stasiulis claimed the men’s 200-meter back title in 1:58.48. Geoffrey Mathieu (2:00.03) and Maxence Orange (2:01.09) finished second and third.
Anna Santamans posted a top time of 24.59 to win the women’s 50-meter free. Kelsi Worrell finished second in 25.06 as part of a 200 fly/50 free double. Melanie Henique took third in 25.13.
Nicolas D’Oriano won the men’s 400-meter IM in 4:20.03 with Ahmed Mathlouthi taking second in 4:22.42. Anthony Pannier picked up third in 4:23.94.
Today was fairly uneventful compared to the madness that happened yesterday with defending Olympic 200 free champion Yannick Agnel missing the Olympic team in that event due to a touchpad malfunction.