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Cycling: BDR pleased with four medals at Track Cycling World cup
The German Cyclists Federation BDR is pleased with four medals at the UCI Track Cycling World cup in Minsk, Belarus, so Emma Hinze wins in Keirin and made the third in sprint.
Cycling: Elisabeth Brandau is second at Munich Super Cross
The German Champion Elisabeth Brandau is second at the international UCI race "Munich Super Cross", the same time Cross-National League.
Shooting: Twice bronze for Swiss athlete Jan Lochbiehler
Jan Lochbihler has two bronze at the CISM World Games in Wuhan (China): with the rifle 300m rapid fire and in the team competition standard rifle 300m 3x20
Cycling: BDR pleased with nine medals at European Track Championships
Highly pleased is the German Cyclists Federation BDR with nine medals at the European Track Championships in Apeldoorn, the Netherlands, with gold for Franziska Brausse and silver in team pursuit with Emma Hinze and Lea Sophie Friedrich.