Belarus’ 2010 European Athletics Championships shot put gold medallist Nadzeya Ostapchuk warmed up for her defence of the world indoor title she also won two years ago with a world-leading heave of 20.70m at the Belarus indoor championships in Mogiljov on Friday. She also had two other efforts over 20 metres in her series. No […]
Monthly Archive: February 2012
The 7th International PSD Bank Meeting in Düsseldorf on Friday, the fifth of seven European Athletics Indoor Permit Meetings this year, is a truly international affair but the man who might get the biggest cheers is German shot put world champion David Storl. Storl will be performing in front of a capacity crowd of 2000 […]
He’s old enough and good enough for the Olympics, but teenage shot put sensation Jacko Gill will have to apply for a special dispensation to compete in the New Zealand national championships. The 17-year-old wonderkid, who stunned the country last year with an amazing training video on YouTube, has already surpassed the Olympic selection qualifying […]
World champion David Storl won the shot put meeting at the Saxon Rochlitz on Sunday. The 21-year-old athlete won his hometown event with a new meeting record of 21.02 meters. He was just 22 centimeters below his personal indoor best of 21,24m. This competition was already the third 21m competition during this winter season. He […]
Two of the big names of European throwing, German discus exponent Nadine Müller and Belarus shot putter Nadezya Ostapchuk, will be on their way to the 2012 European Cup Winter Throwing which will be held in the Montenegrin town of Bar on 17-18 March. Both women won silver medals in their specialist disciplines at the […]
Vice World Champion Nadine Müller proofed again on Saturday with a throw-in Kienbaum her impressive early form. With a throw of 66.07 meters was this competition second 66-meter competition within two weeks. Only three times in her career she has been thrown further. The 26-year-old is a clear favorite for the European Cup Winter Throwing […]
The Throwers Podcast continues its series of long form interviews with University of Georgia Throws Coach, Don Babbitt. Over the past 15 years, Don is arguably the world’s most successful throws coach, having coached 39 athletes to Olympic Games and/or World Championships. Eight of those athletes have brought home a medal. Hear Don’s story of […]
Shot put stars Valerie Adams and Jacko Gill put on a clinic for the Christchurch crowd as international athletics made a welcome return to the earthquake-ravaged city. Three-time world champion and Olympic gold medallist Adams exhorted the audience to get in behind her as she hefted the 4kg women’s shot out to 20.35m in the […]
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