Like the black-maned Cape Lion of old, a massive, ginger-haired beast spends his days roaming the South African veldt; hunting not gazelle or wildebeest, but the rhinos, hippos and elephants from Germany, Iran, Estonia and Poland. His weapon of choice?… a discus. Vic‘ will answer your questions in the social.throwholics thread. Zylstra: How did you get […]
Monthly Archive: January 2014
Today was the PSD meeting in Düsseldorf, Germany. David Storl and Christina Schwanitz improved their previous world leading throws to 21,10m and 19,93m. Roughly two weeks ago David Storl and Christina Schwanitz tossed their balls to 21,04m and 19,79m. The fifth round throw of David was the best one, approximately 21,50m but he couldn’t stand […]
Couple of weeks ago we announced that David Storl and Tomasz Majewski are going to compete tonight at the PSD meeting in Düsseldorf, Germany. In about 20 minutes the competiton is going to start and you can view live on EuroSport! You can talk about it in our social forum: http://social.throwholics.com Order Bib Athlete Nation […]
Greetings, We’ve opened The #Ring archive for social.throwholics registered users. Many of you spent years reading and posting in Prof. Kevin Carr‘s page The Ring <effortlessthrow.org>. You can read more about it here: The Ring, Kevin Carr and The Platform That Changed Throwing Forever Prof. Carr ( @kmcarr12 ) was so kind to provide us with the archive […]
A few weeks back 21-year-old New Zealander Tom Walsh punched his ticket to Poland with a useful 20.61m (67′ 7½”), well clear of the world indoor qualifying mark of 20.30m (66′ 7¼”). That was just another board on the wall of legacy Walsh is building on the banks of the Avon River. Zylstra: What got you throwing? Walsh: My father, […]
Lat week we wrote about World Champion David Storl opened the season with 20,37m (66′ 10″). Today the young German competed indoors in Sassnitz, Germany. He improved his season best by almost 70cm to 21,04m (69′ 0½). Storl is very satisfied with the result and has his eyes on one prize right now, as one can gather […]
Throwholics can announce another Duel of the Giants. This time it is about the current Olympic, World and European Discus Champion Robert Harting against the 2010 European Champion and 2013 silver medal winner. It will take place at: ISTAF Indoor 1st of March 2014, Entry 6pm and official start 7pm. O2 World Berlin The first […]
Yesteday we briefly announced the season opener of David Storl. World Champion David Storl opens season with 20,37m At the same competition at which World Champion David Storl opened his season with 20,37m (66 feet 9″) Christina competed as well. The German shot put star Christina Schwanitz opens her season with a world lead of 19,27m […]
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