Niels Grunenberg – athlete of the think-cell supported Berlin Swimming Team – has won the silver medal in today's men's 100m breaststroke SB5 final at the Paralympic Games 2012 in London!
After a spectacular race his tremendous training efforts have finally paid off. Shortly after receiving his medal Niels stated: "I think I could have won this race if only the lane had been a little bit longer. Don’t get me wrong, I am absolutely happy about winning the silver medal and this totally makes up for the disappointing situation four years ago in Peking when I had to return my bronze medal."
A group of think-cell members including our technical director Arno Schödl have attended the event in London's Aquatics Centre. Congratulations Niels!
Since its founding in 2008 the Berlin Swimming Team has quickly established itself as one of the leading teams in Paralympic sports in Germany. Berlin not only offers the best training facilities to a large number of athletes, but also brings together young and inexperienced swimmers with very experienced ones. Since 2009, the Berlin Swimming Team accounts for at least a third of the National Swimming Team of the National Paralympic Committee Germany und therefore ensures that Berlin is well-represented in the competitions.
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