Retired for five years, Amaury Leveaux announced his return to the competition on Tuesday in an interview with the Parisian. A four-time Olympic medalist (silver in the 4x100m relay and 50m in Beijing in 2008, gold in 4x100m and silver in 4x200m in London in 2012), the Belfortin, appeared in several TV shows in recent years, even hopes to participate in the Tokyo Olympics in 2020. “I’m going back to sport and swimming, Tokyo goal, it’s a big challenge, but I think I still have something to do, I thought I’d turn the page and put away the swimming book, but there is still a beautiful page to write and I really want to do it.It is not on a whim, it’s been a while since I think about it.Where there is a big reflection it is since last May ‘”. The swimmer tricolor is well aware of the difficulties that stand in front of him: “It will be hard, I will take dear for at least three months to find a level more or less correct (…) But I think that with the Will and heart to work, it works. The recovery is scheduled for the end of the month in Los Angeles with American coach Dave Salo.