Germany Grapples With Change As Another Franzi Makes It Just 1 Medal At Worlds

Franziska Hentke, Germany's medallist at Budapest 2017 - by Patrick B. Kraemer

After Britain, Australia, China and Russia, SwimVortex continues its look at how nations fared at the World Championships in Budapest last month. Today, as Berlin hosts the second day of a word cup meet in the little pool, we look at Germany and its struggle in the pool that matters most, the one where one lap is a dash, 30 the longest stretch.

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After Britain, Australia, China and Russia, SwimVortex continues its look at how nations fared at the World Championships in Budapest last month. Today, as Berlin hosts the second day of a word cup meet in the little pool, we look at Germany and its struggle in the pool that matters most, the one where one lap is a dash, 30 the longest stretch.

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