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On Monday at the World Aquatics Championships in Doha, Angelina Kohler made history by winning gold in the women’s 100-fly with a time of 56.28 seconds. This was the first gold medal for a German woman at the World Championships since 2009 and marked a significant achievement for Germany, as several other bronze medals were awarded to German athletes throughout different events.

During the prelims, Kohler set a German record with a time of 56.11 seconds, which was also a second quicker than her previous international marks. Despite not maintaining that speed during the finals, she still had an impressive time and finished well ahead of the competition. American Claire Curzan finished with the silver medal at 56.61 seconds, while Sweden’s Louise Hansson secured third place with a time of 56.94 seconds.

Kohler’s victory in the women’s 100-fly event was undoubtedly a historic moment for Germany and will be remembered as such for years to come.

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