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Europe 1 with AFP

A few days after his first title in the 400m medley, Frenchman Léon Marchand was crowned world champion in the 200m medley on Wednesday in Budapest. This is the third French medal in one day after Maxime Grousset’s silver (100m freestyle) and Analia Pigrée’s bronze (50m backstroke).

Frenchman Léon Marchand was crowned world champion in the 200m medley on Wednesday in Budapest, a few days after his first title in the 400m medley on Saturday. With a time of 1min 55 22/100, he beat the American Carson Foster and the Japanese Dalya Seto. This is the third French medal in one day after Maxime Grousset’s silver (100m freestyle) and Analia Pigrée’s bronze (50m backstroke).

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