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Frederick Bousquet

Frederick Bousquet Swimmer

Frederick Bousquet was the first swimmer in the world to swim the 50m freestyle in under 21 seconds! He did this wearing the Jaked J01 full body suit, the tech suit so Frederick Bousquest Jakedfast it lead to FINA changing the rules on competitive swimwear! Bousquet has won over 43 international medals combined. His main goal in life is a modest one -- to just be happy.

Bousquet is currently sponsored by Jaked and has been spotted racing in the Jaked J-Keel Jammers, Jaked Spy Extreme Goggles and Bowl Silicone Swim Cap.


Jaked J-Keel Jammers + Jaked Spy Extreme Goggles + Jaked Bowl Silicone Swim Cap

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Watch Frederick Bousquet racing in the Jaked J-Keel Jammers in the final of the men's 50m butterfly at the 2016 LEN European Aquatics Championships here (Lane 1):

Athlete Bio

Frederick Bousquest Swimsuit

Born in France in 1981, Bousquet dreamed of being a professional football player. After suffering an injury, he made the decision to switch to swimming.

It was an excellent decision. At age 19, he made he made the Olympic team and went to the Sydney Olympics, competing as a specialist in freestyle sprinting and butterfly.

His ambitions took him to Alabama where he trained with the Auburn University Tigers while completing a Bachelor's degree in International Business.

His real turning point came at the World Championships in Barcelona in 2003. In the final of the 4x100m freestyle relay, he set the second fastest time in the world (47"03). He then took the silver medal at the 2008 Beijing Olympics in the 4x100m relay.

He won another silver during the 2009 Championships in Rome. In 2010, he took two gold medals (in 50m freestyle and the 4x100m relay) and a silver in the 50m butterfly.

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