Jeremy Stravius Blasts Meet Record in 200 Fly at 2015 French Short Course Nationals

Photo Courtesy: Joao Marc Bosch

Jeremy Stravius notched a meet record in the men’s 200-meter fly with his fourth gold of the meet at the 2015 French Short Course Nationals.

Stravius posted a time of 1:51.33 for the win, which would have ranked him fifth in the world last year.

Jordan Coelho took second in 1:53.39 with Thomas Vilaceca earning third in 1:54.21.

Coralie Balmy pocketed the women’s 400-meter free title in 3:59.57, which would have ranked fifth in the world last year.  Femke Heemskerk took second in 4:01.20 with Ophelie-Cyrielle Etienne taking third in 4:05.16.

Mathilde Cini claimed the women’s 50-meter back in 27.13.  Camille Gheorghiu hit the wall second in 27.79 with Lara Jackson of USA placing third in 27.86.

Florent Manaudou charged his way to a 26.80 to win the men’s 50-meter breast.  Eddie Moueddene took second in 26.95 with Giacomo Perez Dortona earning third in 27.05.

Damien Joly topped the men’s 1500 free in 14:32.75, while Joris Bouchaut took second in 14:35.08. Axel Reymond wound up third in 14:55.24.

Adeline Martin earned the women’s 100-meter breast title in 1:07.87 with Camille Dauba a close second in 1:07.94.  Adeline Williams placed third in 1:08.09.

Clement Mignon pocketed the men’s 100-meter IM title in 52.95.  Moueddene earned his second podium of the night with a second-place 53.14.  Yannick Agnel took third in 54.14.

Marie Wattel won the women’s 100-meter fly in 58.09, while Justine Bruno took second in 58.96. Lara Grangeon picked up third in 58.98.

Ben Stasiulis claimed the men’s 100-meter back in 50.83 with Camille Lacourt a close second in 50.89.  Thomas Avetand touched third in 52.67.

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