Paul Biedermann’s 400m days Not Done Yet Says A 3:38.9 Win Over Florian Vogel 3:40

Paul Biedermann by Patrick B. Kraemer

Paul Biedermann mounted his blocks for the 400m freestyle at German short-course titles as a man out to prove he was far from ready to give way to next wave a day after losing his seven-year-old 800m freestyle record. The threat in 4 next to Biedermann’s 5 was the record breaker of yesterday Florian Vogel. The battle was keen and by the close, Biedermann’s status as No1 with 32 out of the best 50 times by German swimmers over 400m all-time was intact. The clock stopped at 3:38.95 for the champion, Vogel on a lifetime best of 3:40.22

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Paul Biedermann mounted his blocks for the 400m freestyle at German short-course titles as a man out to prove he was far from ready to give way to next wave a day after losing his seven-year-old 800m freestyle record. The threat in 4 next to Biedermann’s 5 was the record breaker of yesterday Florian Vogel. The battle was keen and by the close, Biedermann’s status as No1 with 32 out of the best 50 times by German swimmers over 400m all-time was intact. The clock stopped at 3:38.95 for the champion, Vogel on a lifetime best of 3:40.22

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