Jul 31, 2012

World's fastest metalhead (in water)

Possibly the fastest metalhead in the world is Germany's Paul Biedermann. This Amon Amarth fan finished 5th in the men's 200 freestyle at the Olympic games with the time 1:45.53.
Let's cheer for the dude in the upcoming events.

On 26 July 2009, Biedermann won the 400 m freestyle final at the 2009 World Championships passing 1500m Olympic champion Oussama Mellouli in the final 50 metres, with a time of 3:40.07, shaving nearly three seconds off his own personal best and bettering Ian Thorpe's 2002 world record by one hundredth of a second.

On 28 July he claimed his second gold in the 200 m freestyle, defeating Michael Phelps in a world record time of 1:42.00 seconds and cutting more than four seconds off of his time since last year. In 2008, Biedermann was ranked 9th in the world in the 200 m freestyle and 21st in the world in the 400 m freestyle.Paul Biedermann is the current world record holder for the Men’s 200 metre freestyle, the Men’s 400 metre freestyle, the Men’s 200 metre freestyle and the Men’s 400 metre freestyle.


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