Sport: Léon Marchand, new phenomenon of French swimming

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On Wednesday June 22, the new phenomenon of French swimming Léon Marchand won a second gold medal at the World Swimming Championships in Budapest, Hungary. He won this medal in the event from 200m medley. In all, he won three medals at these championships.

At just 20 years old, Léon Marchand is the new phenomenon of French swimming. On the evening of Wednesday June 22, he won a second gold medal at the World Swimming Championships in Budapest. (Hungary)finishing first in the race from 200m medley. This is the third medal in a few days, and the second in gold. It is with the breaststroke, his strong point, that the athlete made everyone agree during the event.

The Frenchman won two world titles in one year. Florent and Laure Manaudou were so far the only French people to have done so. For Léon Marchand, water has been his element since his first competitions at the age of nine. He follows in the footsteps of his parents, former swimmers of the France team. A few months ago, Léon Marchand crossed the Atlantic to work with Bob Bowmanthe one who shaped Michael Phelps.

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