The Olympic Champion 2008 Gerd Kanter has secured himself a second place finish in overall Diamond League standings. He is leading the list with 11p ahead of his closest rival Ehsan Hadadi (6p). BUT, in case of bad coincidences he can fall into 2nd. Below are 4 black scenarios called Ehsan Hadadi, Virgilijus Alekna, Piotr […]
Monthly Archive: August 2012
A 75-year old experienced athletics official died in hospital after being speared through the throat by a javelin at an athletics meet in the German city of Dusseldorf. The official at the city’s Wilhelm Unger Games for young athletes went to measure a javelin throw, but was hit by the javelin as it landed, according […]
The Olympic champion Robert Harting won DL meet held in Birmingham today. Harting secured his 32th in-a-row victory with 66.64m effort that put him ahead of Estonia´s Gerd Kanter (65.79m). Virgilijus Alekna was third with 65.63m. DL standings: KANTER 11p HADADI 6p ALEKNA 5p
Gerd Kanter won in Diamond League meet held in Lausanne today. His winning result was 65.79m. Kanter also took the lead in overall Diamond points table. Second was Lawrence Okoye with 65.27m. Okoye was followed by Frank Casanas with 65.24m. 1. Gerd Kanter 65.79 2. Lawrence Okoye 65.27 3. Frank Casanas 65.24 4. Martin Wierig […]
The 2-time Olympic champion Valerie Adams won the Diamond League meet held in Stockholm. Her best put was measured 20.26m. Adams plays a good role in recent scandal with her opponent Ostapchuk. After a positive test of Ostapchuk was revealed, she has stayed modest with her pronouncements – unlike Ostapchuk who claimed Adams in drug […]
The former world javelin champion Tero Pitkamäki won the Diamond League meet held in Stockholm. After a disappointing 5th place finish in London he took the end of his career under consideration. His winning throw was now measured beyond 85 meters – 86.98m. A throw that would have granted him the brightest award in London. […]
By Joel Julien firstname.lastname@example.org It was a day of rewards at Piarco International Airport yesterday as Olympic champion Keshorn Walcott returned home after a stunning gold medal performance at the London games. Walcott, the teenage sensation from Toco, yesterday returned to this country after a record-breaking performance during the men’s javelin throw in the London […]
IOC withdraws gold medal from shot put athlete Nadzeya Ostapchuk. Ostapchuk won gold medal in the women´s shot put final in London. Her winning result was 21.36m leaving Valerie Adams second with 20.70m. The analytical report of the laboratory analysis of the A sample of the First Sample, issued by the WADA Accredited Laboratory in […]
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