Marco Koch Sets Up Shot At Breaststroke Double, Willis & Prenot In The Hunt

Marco Koch of Germany - by Patrick B. Kraemer

World s/c Championships, Windsor: after victory in the 100m, Germany’s Marco Koch set up the golden chance and challenge that means all the more to him with a 2:03.69 pace-setter in the 200m breaststroke heats on the third day of action at the World short-course Championships in Windsor, Canada. Close by was Britain’s Andrew Willis, crusing through in 2:03.88 to a final that took a sub-2:05 to make. Vladimir Morozov and Katinka Hosszu set up more golden shots.

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World s/c Championships, Windsor: after victory in the 100m, Germany’s Marco Koch set up the golden chance and challenge that means all the more to him with a 2:03.69 pace-setter in the 200m breaststroke heats on the third day of action at the World short-course Championships in Windsor, Canada. Close by was Britain’s Andrew Willis, crusing through in 2:03.88 to a final that took a sub-2:05 to make. Vladimir Morozov and Katinka Hosszu set up more golden shots.

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