The swimming championship of France is in full swing in the pool of Rennes since Monday. The Tunisian Ahmed Mathlouthi won the 400m freestyle in 3’49” 06.
He beat the Frenchman Benoît Debast. But it is the islander who won the title of champion of France in 3’51” 86.
Malthlouthi can be satisfied with his race since he realized the minimum qualification for the World Championships in Barcelona (NDRL, 3’49” 55).
Champion of France, Desbat will not be in the pool in Barcelona (July 28 to August 4) at this distance. He will try to get a ticket to Barcelona on his specialty, the 1500m.
Competitive swimming became popular in the nineteenth century. The goal of competitive swimming is to constantly improve upon one’s time(s), or to beat the competitors in any given event. However, some professional swimmers who do not hold a national or world ranking are considered the best in regard to their technical skills. Typically, an athlete goes through a cycle of training in which the body is overloaded with work in the beginning and middle segments of the cycle, and then the workload is decreased in the final stage as the swimmer approaches the competition in which he or she is to compete in. This final stage is often referred to as “shave and taper”;`
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