France aims for 8-10 swimming medals in London

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“We’re really satisfied. We have the potential for 8 to 10 medals,” French swimming federation president Francis Luyce told reporters on Sunday. France’s biggest hopes are Camille Lacourt, the 100 backstroke world champion in Shanghai last year, and Camille Muffat, who broke 200 and 400 freestyle French records to qualify, national technical director Christian Donze said, also tipping Yannick Agnel who set a national record in the 200 freestyle with 1:44.42. Read more here on Reuters.

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