Germany takes 21 athletes to World Indoors, with Pinto, Holzdeppe and Klosterhalfen

| 0 Comments

Holzdeppe_Raphael-Beijing15.jpgRaphael Holzdeppe, photo by PhotoRun.net

Pinto_TatjanaQ-Worlds16.jpgTatjana Pinto, photo by PhotoRun.net

DARMSTADT (GER): Germany has chosen 21 athletes for the World Indoor Championships in Birmingham. European champions Max Hess (triple jump), David Storl (shot put) and Cindy Roleder (60m hurdles) are among the high profile names on the team along with former world pole vault champion Raphael Holzdeppe and Tatjana Pinto, who won the 60m title at the German Indoor Championships in 7.06. European U23 1500m champion Konstanze Klosterhalfen will only contest the 3000m after setting a German record of 8:36.01 in Dortmund on Sunday.

Klosterhalfen_KonstanzeSF-WorC17.jpgKonstanze Klosterhalfen, photo by PhotoRun.net

Leave a comment

Wake up to RunBlogRun's news in your inbox. Sign up for our newsletter and we'll keep you informed about the Sport you love.

Subscribe to RunBlogRun's Global News Feed

* indicates required