Consistency is a prominent word in Dylan Armstrong’s vocabulary to the point where it’s actually become a mantra. And, when the Canadian shot putter won the 2011 Diamond Race event title of the Samsung Diamond League in the event, captured the IAAF World Championships silver medal and set a stunning world leading mark of 22.21m, it was clear his approach […]
Monthly Archive: November 2011
Dear Throwholics fans, the first round of “Who is going to be the thrower of the year 2011?” is over and here are the results: MALE: 103 voters Robert Harting 22 Virgilijus Alekna 4 David Storl 49 Dylan Armstrong 7 Andreas Thorkildsen 2 Matthias De Zordo 12 Koji Murofushi 6 Krisztian Pars 1 Therefore Andreas […]
German shot putter Denise Hinrichs is back in serious training following a bad knee injury that kept her from competing during the summer. She tore an ACL (anterior cruciate ligament) when competing indoors in January and it has been a long road back to fitness for the 24-year-old, who is considered one of Europe’s brightest […]
Dear Throwholics fans, Throwholics want to find out who is the Thrower of the year and we need all of you to help us figure it out. We preselected 2 throwers per event for male and female. Now, we want you to vote on Facebook for the preselected throwers. Our preselection: MEN: Harting, Alekna, Storl, […]
The Slovenian Athletes of the Year are the 2011 IAAF World Championships hammer bronze medallist Primoz Kozmus and the national javelin record holder Martina Ratej, who finished seventh in Daegu. “This year was perfect for me. After a break, I returned to competition with a bronze medal at the World Championships and performed above expectations. […]
Reese Hoffa was 21 years old, sitting at a coffee shop in his college town, studying for an exam. Then his cell phone rang: A number he didn´t recognize. This was before Hoffa became a superstar in the world of shot putting. This was before he´d won the Southeastern Conference championship, before he´d won the […]
Germany’s prodigious teenage javelin thrower Christin Hussong, who broke the championships record three times en route to getting the gold medal at the IAAF World Youth Championships in July, picked up the IAAF Rising Star award at the 2011 World Athletics Gala in Monaco on Saturday. At the Championships in Lille four months ago, the […]
Erik Cadée and Rutger Smith have their Olympic nomination already and therefore they can focus on preparing for the Olympics only instead of trying to chase for a qaulifcation. Currently they train hard at Papendal. Last Monday they were visited and a video of their weightlifting session was recorded.
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