Biedermann Bounces Back For German 200m Title

Germany's Paul Biedermann [photo: arena]

World record holder Paul Biedermann’s steady return to form took a leap forward with a 1:44.17 victory in the 200m freestyle on day 2 at the German Short-Course Championships in Wuppertal; Halle ace just shy of the world top 10 this season, sharp enough for the win at home but not enough to justify racing at the European s/c champs next month; age records for Damian Wierling, Sonnele Öztürk, Jonas Bergmann and Alina Jungklaus

All SwimVortex articles are placed in our archive after five days, the library of content available to subscribers.
Log In Register

World record holder Paul Biedermann’s steady return to form took a leap forward with a 1:44.17 victory in the 200m freestyle on day 2 at the German Short-Course Championships in Wuppertal; Halle ace just shy of the world top 10 this season, sharp enough for the win at home but not enough to justify racing at the European s/c champs next month; age records for Damian Wierling, Sonnele Öztürk, Jonas Bergmann and Alina Jungklaus

Comments

No comments are available.

Leave a comment

Post a comment with your SwimVortex Account. Don't have a SwimVortex Account, Sign Up?

(*) Fields are required!
×