In a tight tussle at the Championnats de France today, Fabien Gilot came up on top with a 48.34, followed by William Meynard in 48.57, Yannick Agnel in 48.59, Alain Bernard in 48.71, Jérémy Stravius in 48.82, Amaury Leveaux in 49.49, Frédérick Bousquet in 49.59 and Romain Magula in 49.72. See results and read SwimNews.com.
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