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Swimming EM in Budapest: Anna Elendt wins silver over 100 meters breaststroke

Anna Miserable clapped along to the Italian national anthem at the award ceremony and was already looking forward to a possible medal cake in the team hotel. She really deserved it after an impressive final over 100 meters breaststroke at the swimming world championships in Budapest on Monday evening, which was rewarded with silver.

With the second precious metal after silver for Lukas Märtens over 400 meters freestyle last Saturday, the German team already has as many medals after three days of competition in the pool as in the title fights two years ago. And the appearances of the greatest hope for a medal, Florian Wellbrock, are yet to come. On Tuesday he is second in the heats in the 800-meter freestyle final.
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Her silver coup in front of her parents, who had traveled from Frankfurt, briefly left the otherwise eloquent 20-year-old speechless on Monday. Miserable accepted the medal with a big smile and proudly presented it to the photographers. She didn’t seem to have really realized the success at that moment, just as little as she did shortly afterwards, when she was already signing the first autographs. Only when they were in the catacombs of the there Arena answered questions from the journalists, it was the old one again.

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