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Biedermann returns to winning ways

Berlin - World record holder Paul Biedermann clinched the German 400m freestyle national title on Friday in his first race since the 2012 London Olympics.

Biedermann finished in a time of 3min 47.89sec, a long way off his world record of 3:40.07 but good enough for him to book a place at the forthcoming European championships to be staged in Berlin in August.

World record holder Paul Biedermann clinched the German 400m freestyle national title in his first race since the 2012 London Olympics. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh. Credit: REUTERS

Biedermann, 27, missed the 2013 world championships in Barcelona because of a virus.

Sapa-AFP

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