Germany Resets Compass To World-Class

Britta Steffen - with Franzi in the background

Germany’s woes at London 2012, the first Olympic Games since 1932 at which the pool produced no medals for the country, happened because athletes and coaches lost touch with world-swimming trends and the structure of the sport was not geared to world-class, the DSV 2013 Structure Commission concludes

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Germany’s woes at London 2012, the first Olympic Games since 1932 at which the pool produced no medals for the country, happened because athletes and coaches lost touch with world-swimming trends and the structure of the sport was not geared to world-class, the DSV 2013 Structure Commission concludes

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