Fabian Friedrich

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Fabian Friedrich
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Born1980
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ClubSG Frankfurt, SCW Eschborn, [1]

Fabian Friedrich (born 1980) [2] is a German swimmer who won one silver and two gold medals at European Short Course Swimming Championships in 2003 and 2004. While winning the 4×50 m medley relay in 2003, his team set a new world record. [3]

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