Marco Koch Extends Menu To Four-Course Meal With 4:01 German 400IM Record

Marco Koch is congratulated by Daniel Gyurta after the world title passed from the Hungarian to the German in Kazan back in August - by Patrick B. Kraemer

Marco Koch, the world 200m breaststroke champion, shattered the German 400m medley record with a big personal best of 4:01.87 in the opening session at the national short-course championships in Wuppertal this afternoon; Ruwen Straub goes 14:31 for 1500m crown in swiftest textile time ever for a German swimmer

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Marco Koch, the world 200m breaststroke champion, shattered the German 400m medley record with a big personal best of 4:01.87 in the opening session at the national short-course championships in Wuppertal this afternoon; Ruwen Straub goes 14:31 for 1500m crown in swiftest textile time ever for a German swimmer

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