Philip Heintz Means Beans & Business In Berlin Heats: 1:56.5 German 200IM Record

Philip Heinz - of Germany - by Patrick B. Kraemer

Philip Heintz left nothing to chance at German nationals in Berlin this morning, a 1:56.59 in the 200m medley heats crunching his own national record back by a second. Through splits of 25.45; 55.72; 1:28.86, the SV Nikar Heidelberg ace’s new standard of 1:56.59 swept him up to third on the 2017 world rankings behind…

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Philip Heintz left nothing to chance at German nationals in Berlin this morning, a 1:56.59 in the 200m medley heats crunching his own national record back by a second. Through splits of 25.45; 55.72; 1:28.86, the SV Nikar Heidelberg ace’s new standard of 1:56.59 swept him up to third on the 2017 world rankings behind… […]

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