Jacob Heidtmann Rattles 400IM Record As Germany Feels The Wash Of Next Wave

Jacob Heidtmann, courtesy of HEAD

German national witnessed some fine progress in the ranks of the next wave on the opening day at the 12th National Championships in Berlin today, Jacob Heidtman axing 5sec off his best 400m medley to take the crown in 4:13.28. If the time granted the 20-year-old from Elmshorn a moment to savour a world No 2 rankings this early season, it also placed the German record on notice

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German national witnessed some fine progress in the ranks of the next wave on the opening day at the 12th National Championships in Berlin today, Jacob Heidtman axing 5sec off his best 400m medley to take the crown in 4:13.28. If the time granted the 20-year-old from Elmshorn a moment to savour a world No 2 rankings this early season, it also placed the German record on notice

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ITR

soooo he just dropped 5 seconds?

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