Jacob Heidtmann & Teen Johannes Hintze Come Of Age On Men’s Day: Olympic Debuts

Jacob Heidtmann, courtesy of HEAD

If Jacob Heidtmann became a swimming man on Männertag (Germany’s men’s day, father’s day to those who are) with a 4:13.25 victory in the 400m medley for a ticket to a debut Olympic Games in Rio comes August, then the coming of age extended to Johannes Hintze, 17 this year, on 4:14.72 for a German age record and on the plane to Brazil, too

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If Jacob Heidtmann became a swimming man on Männertag (Germany’s men’s day, father’s day to those who are) with a 4:13.25 victory in the 400m medley for a ticket to a debut Olympic Games in Rio comes August, then the coming of age extended to Johannes Hintze, 17 this year, on 4:14.72 for a German age record and on the plane to Brazil, too

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