Former Olympic gold medalist Laure Manaudou and her brother Florent qualified for the 2012 London Games via the French swimming championships on Saturday.
Laure, won the 200 metres backstroke title and clinch a second berth at the Olympics, after the 100 backstroke with a 2:08.06 for 200 meters. On the other hand Alexianne Castel also qualified having a record of 2:08.57.
She know what she have to do now and she will have to swim faster if she want to grab an Olympic medal, according to her interview.
She will travel to London with younger brother Florent who qualified after finishing second in the 50 freestyle.
Amaury Leveaux, Olympic silver medalist in Beijing in 2008, won the race in 21.93 seconds. Florent, who clocked the third best time in the world this year in Friday’s semi-finals, was second in 21.95.
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