Johannes Dietrich

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Johannes Dietrich
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Born 10 February 1985
Berlin, Germany
Weight 99 kg (218 lb) [1]
Sport
Sport Swimming
Club SC Wiesbaden 1911 [2]

Johannes Dietrich (born 10 February 1985) [3] is a German swimmer who won seven medals at European Short Course Swimming Championships in 2005–2009. [4]

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References

  1. Goldener Schlussspurt. badische-zeitung.de (2009-12-14).
  2. DIETRICH, Johannes. swimrankings.net
  3. Johannes Dietrich. scw-1911.de
  4. Johannes DIETRICH. sportuitslagen.org