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

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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

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