Franzi Hentke & Jan-Philip Glania Lead Charge For Rio Tickets; Drama In 100 Free

Franziska Hentke - by Patrick B. Kraemer

Franziska Hentke and Jan-Philip Glania led the charge on Rio 2016 Olympic tickets at German nationals in Berlin this afternoon, with world top-5 ranked efforts, while the men’s 100m freestyle delivered relay hope and solo drama in equal measure, gold to Damien Wierling in 48.54, the silver shared at 48.65 by Paul Biedermann and Björn Hornikel, their form in race tour in June and July to decide which of them gets the Olympic berth in Brazil come August. Rio tickets, too, for Alexandra Wenk Christian Diener and Philip Heintz

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Franziska Hentke and Jan-Philip Glania led the charge on Rio 2016 Olympic tickets at German nationals in Berlin this afternoon, with world top-5 ranked efforts, while the men’s 100m freestyle delivered relay hope and solo drama in equal measure, gold to Damien Wierling in 48.54, the silver shared at 48.65 by Paul Biedermann and Björn Hornikel, their form in race tour in June and July to decide which of them gets the Olympic berth in Brazil come August. Rio tickets, too, for Alexandra Wenk Christian Diener and Philip Heintz

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