First individual world title for Manaudou - 2015 Swimming World Championships
Florent Manaudou dominated the World Championships in Kazan. After a victory in the 4 x 100 m per team, the French won the 50 m butterfly, on Monday. Sports betting fans witnessed a great battle where everything was played in the final meters. Manaudou won in 22''97, he goes ahead of the Brazilian Nicholas Santos (23''09) and the Hungarian Laszlo Cseh (23''15). The 2015 Swimming World Championships in Kazan (Russia) allowed the French to win the first individual world title of his career. Florent Manaudou remains the favorite of online betting for the free 50 m expected this weekend.
The man from Marseilles is on track to repeat his feat in the 2014 European Championship in which he bagged four titles. He is currently the seventh individual world champion of swimming in France and fourth among men, just behind Yannick Agnel in 200 m freestyle in 2013 and the two swimmers Camille Lacourt and Jeremy Stravius, both won the World Championship of 100 m back in 2011. Last Sunday, Florent Manaudou got his freestyle crown in 4 x 100m alongside Mehdy Metella, Fabien Gilot and Jeremy Stravius. The French quartet won in 3'10''74 ahead of Russia (3'11''19) and Italy (3'12''53). France is invincible in 4 x 100m freestyle in 6 major championships over the past five years (CE 2012, JO 2012, CM 2013, CE 2014, CM small pool 2014 and CM 2015).
Tuesday, 04 August 2015
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