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The German women in team racing set three world records - in three races

The German women in team racing set three world records – in three races

The team had a world record in search when the British team took gold at 4.10,236 from the 2016 Olympic final before the Tokyo Olympics.

But in velodrome matches Started yesterday, That record was quickly erased. Already in the team harassment qualifiers, the German team, consisting of Francisco Brasse, Lisa Brennaur, Lisa Klein and Mike Krueger, won with a time of 4.07,307.

Second record in the semifinals

When the match went into the semifinals and finals today, it was time again. In the semifinals, the Germans cycled to the finish line in 4.06,159, thus polishing yesterday’s record by more than a second.

In the final, shortly after Tuesday, they did it again. Germans time was 4.04,242 – almost two seconds faster than the semifinal time.

– Everything worked, everyone had a good trick. Everyone did a perfect job, Lisa Klein tells reporters after the win.

“A cold feeling”

The margin of victory for Great Britain was over six seconds.

– We are so glad we came to the best race of our lives. It was a very cold feeling and now we are really immersed, says Lisa Brennaur.

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Warhome broke his old record in the 400-meter hurdles – watch the final here Photo: BuiltBron / Discovery +
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