Angelina Kohler Sets New Record with 100 Fly Gold Medal Win

New German Record and Impressive Improvements at World Aquatics Championships for Angelina Kohler

At the World Aquatics Championships in Doha, Angelina Kohler set a new German record in the 100m butterfly semifinal with a time of 56.11 seconds. However, it wasn’t enough to win gold in the final, where she came in second with a time of 56.61 seconds.

Kohler’s performance was significant because there were many absences at the World Championships, making it an extra opportunity for medalists. In addition, her pace was almost a second quicker than the times she set last summer, which is an impressive feat.

The rest of the field included Claire Curzan of the U.S., who finished third with a time of 56.94 seconds. Louise Hansson of Sweden took home third place with a time of 56.94 seconds, just ahead of Brianna Throssel of Australia who finished fourth with a time of 56.97 seconds.

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