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More than 1,000 top athletes from over 50 different disciplines and 20 nations use FitLine products to achieve their personal best.
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Athletics: Tatjana Schilling successful at German Championships
The victory on the 60m sprint track Tatjana Schilling gets with german record, and more W50 titles follow over 200m and in long jump at the German Senior Indoor Championships.
Cycling: BDR scores bronze medal in Madison at Track Cycling WC
The German Cycling Federation, BDR, scores another success at the Track Cycling World Championships in Berlin: Bronze medal for Theo Reinhardt and Roger Kluge in Madison after a terrific final spurt before 4,800 spectators in the sold out Velodrom.
Winter Sports: Success for the DSV at the Ski Jumping World Cup in Lahti
The DSV athletes (Constantin Schmid, Pius Paschke, Stephan Leyhe, Karl Geiger) win the team competition on the large hill at the Ski Jumping World Cup in Lahti Finland. Karl Geiger wins the single competition.
Cycling: Eight medals for the BDR at Track Cycling World Championships
The German Cycling Federation BDR - for more than 20 years partner of PM-International with FitLine - wins eight medals at the Track Cycling World Championships in Berlin, alone three gold medals for Emma Hinze in single, Keirin amd team sprint with Pauline Grabosch and Lea Sophie Friedrich.