One day after he won a world title in the 4x100m freestyle final, Florent Manaudou came out victorious of the 50m butterfly at the 2015 World Swimming Championships in Kazan (Russia) to grab his first individual world title. He bested Brasil’s Nicholas Santos and Hungary’s Laszlo Cseh. The marseille-based professional athlete touched the wall at 22”97 while his nearest rivals finished respectively 23”09 and 23”15. Manaudou was simply stunning Monday. His impressive performance did amaze both his fans and online betting enthusiasts. The day before, Florent Manaudou had claimed a world title in the 4x100m team relay final alongside Mehdy Metella, Fabien Gilot and Jérémy Stravius. “Les Bleus” had called it a day as champions at 3’10”74 ahead of Russia (3’11”19) and Italy (3’12”53).
Statistically, France remains invincible during the last series of European and international swimming championships (EAC 2012, OG 2012, WSC 2013, EAC 2014, WSC 2014 small pool, and a WSC 2015). Many bettors have already placed a sum on Florent Manaudou for the upcoming stage. What they expect is a result similar to Florent’s four titles in the 2014 European Aquatics Championships. Interestingly, he is the leading title contender in the 50 m freestyle final to be held this weekend, another event that sports betting enthusisats won’t miss for anything. Manaudou is currently the No.1 icon in the French swimming arena; he is nationally ranked 4th world gold medalist behind Yannick Agnel (2013), Camille Lacourt (2011) and Jérémy Stravius (2011).