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Open water worlds: Olivier silver medalist in the 10 km, Fontaine 4th, the two French people qualified for the Paris Olympics

Frenchman Marc-Antoine Olivier became vice-world champion in the 10 km open water race on Sunday in Doha, where the other Tricolor in the running, Logan Fontaine, took fourth place.

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Open water worlds: Olivier silver medalist in the 10 km, Fontaine 4th, the two French people qualified for the Paris Olympics

Frenchman Marc-Antoine Olivier became vice-world champion in the 10 km open water race on Sunday in Doha, where the other Tricolor in the running, Logan Fontaine, took fourth place.

The two French people validate their ticket for the Paris Olympic Games in six months. This is Olivier's second world medal over this distance, after bronze in 2017.

The race was won by the Hungarian Kristof Rasovszky, winner in 1 hour 48 min 21 sec. On Saturday, in the women's race, Océane Cassignol and Caroline Jouisse also won their place for Paris-2024.

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