W200 ‘Fly: Franziska Hentke Saves Germany’s Best Until Last Day – 2:07 For Gold

Franziska Hentke victory bound - by Patrick B. Kraemer

Not the swiftest of races and the times will not cut the mustard come the Rio Olympic times but a terrific tussle it was – and make no mistake, Germany’s Franziska Hentke will be in with a shout, maturity the measure of her swim today on the way to stealing the crown by 0.01sec at the last stroke on 2:07.23. The silver went to Liliana Szilagyi (HUN) 2:07.24, the bronze to Judit Ignacio (ESP) in 2:07.52

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Not the swiftest of races and the times will not cut the mustard come the Rio Olympic times but a terrific tussle it was – and make no mistake, Germany’s Franziska Hentke will be in with a shout, maturity the measure of her swim today on the way to stealing the crown by 0.01sec at the last stroke on 2:07.23. The silver went to Liliana Szilagyi (HUN) 2:07.24, the bronze to Judit Ignacio (ESP) in 2:07.52

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