Sport Sprinter Kranz sets German 60 m record

20:56  20 february  2021
20:56  20 february  2021 Source:   pressfrom.com

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Sprinter Kevin Kranz has equalized the German record over 60 m at the Indoor Championships in Dortmund. The 22-year-old from Wetzlar ran 6.52 seconds on Saturday and was as fast as Julian Reus in 2016. Reus, who also holds the German record over 100 m, was absent from Dortmund due to a thigh injury.

Kranz stellt deutschen Rekord über 60 m ein © MARTIN MEISSNER Kranz sets a German record over 60 m

In a high-class final, in which six of eight starters set personal bests, Kranz prevailed ahead of Julian Wagner (LC Thuringia / 6.59) and took over two weeks before the Indoor European Championships in Torun / Poland also top of the European rankings.

Amelie-Sophie Lederer (Munich) won the women's race in an equally strong 7.12 seconds.

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