To begin, a look back at throws innovations 7-10: Throws Innovation № 10: The Modern Discus Technique Throws Innovation № 9: Women Being Included in the Throws Events Throws Innovation № 8: Athlete Funding Throws Innovation № 7: The War on Drugs At first glance, this innovation may seem like I have run out of […]
Monthly Archive: September 2013
First, a summary of throws innovations 8-10: Throws Innovation № 10: The Modern Discus Technique Throws Innovation № 9: Women Being Included in the Throws Events Throws Innovation № 8: Athlete Funding My № 7 innovation demonstrates that not all change is for the better. Perhaps no innovation would have such far-reaching ramifications to elite […]
The first two throws innovations have been outlined previously: Throws Innovation № 10: The Modern Discus Technique Throws Innovation № 9: Women Being Included in the Throws Events It is quite difficult to follow the progression of the number 8 innovation. Although the exact timing of when throwers first began to be paid (either openly […]
THE PETITION: http://www.petitionen24.com/petition_for_the_inclusion_of_hammer_throw_in_the_iaaf_diamond_le Integration of the hammer throw in the programme of the IAAF Diamond League in 2013 >Introduction The hammer throw is an event in athletics with great, more than hundred-year-old, Olympic tradition. In 2000 the women’s competition was incorporated into the Olympic Programme and since then has shown steady growth both in number […]
Throwholics‘ choice to light the Olympic Cauldron in Tokyo? 室伏 重信 and his children 室伏 由佳 and 室伏 アレクサンダー 広治 a.k.a. Shigenobu Murofushi and his children Yuka and Koji. We’d love to see Koji drop a flaming hammer into the cauldron from a pad raised 25m off the ground and 70m or so away from the torch.
Yesterday I gave my number 10 throwing innovation: Throws Innovation № 10: The Modern Discus Technique Throwing innovation № 9 was the inclusion of women in throwing events. It is interesting to reflect back and remember that until the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games, women did not participate in hammer throw at the highest profile competition […]
Legendary javelin thrower Seppo Räty recalled his performance at Finnkampen (a dual between Finland-Sweden, also known as Swerigekampen) where he was drunk during the competition and gulped more between attempts. “Finnish javeliners didn´t focus on match with Swedes, we took it with humor,” Räty reminded. The last time a Swedish thrower won the competition was […]
IAAF announced that javelin thrower Roman Avramenko who finished 5th in Moscow has been tested positive. Until opening of B-sample he is temporarly banned. Avramenko´s personal best is 84.48m thrown this year.
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