Tomorrow the ISTAF Indoor Meet will take place and the reigning Olympic, World and European champion Robert Harting will match his discus skills against the 2010 European champion and 2013 Worlds silver medalist Piotr Malachowski. Furthermore, the two-time defending World champion David Storl will join the shot put competition. The stage is set for premiere of […]
Monthly Archive: February 2014
New coach, an indoor competition, and the idea of sports lottery….. no one can say world #1 Robert Harting (SCC Berlin) is resting on his achievements, but rather looking for new challenges. “Every year has different colors and at the end of a beautiful picture comes out of it,” R’Harting explains. R’Harting, his younger brother Christoph […]
In a shot heard ’round the world defending indoor world champion Ryan Whiting let all the ‘Mericans (and Euros) know who was top-cock in the hen house and its name is Whiting. Since David Storl has the luxury of a free pass onto the German World Championship roster one would guess he is just biding his time until Sopot and […]
Philip Milanov, a 22-year-old discus thrower from Belgium, vanishes the national record of 64,24m (210′ 9″) by Jo Van Daele. Van Daele threw this mark back in 2001. At the meeting in Franse Loos he pulverized his personal record, which stood at 61,94m (203′ 2″). His throw is in the very early outdoor season the […]
Today the German Indoor National Championships took place in Leipzig. Current World Champion David Storl and current vice World Champion Christina Schwanitz both demonstrated their strong form at this lead-up to Sopot. David Storl won the men’s event with a useful 21,22m (69′ 7′) to go clear of 2nd place by over 2m. Tobias Dahm was […]
The 2014 USA Indoor Championships (aka World Championship Trials) are scheduled for the weekend and our focus is on who will be going through to Poland, the shot putters. The current Indoor World Champion and world leader Ryan Whiting is on top of the men’s start list, followed by Joe Kovacs and Cory Martin. It seems […]
The U18/U20 German Indoor Championships produced some world leading throws in Sindelfingen. The best result was the one of the Shot Put Star Patrick Müller. Last year he became the World Champion with a personal best of 22,02m in Donetsk, Ukraine. The time with the 5kg ball has passed and now he is trying to […]
Denzel Comenentia steals the show at ath NK Indoor event with a toss of 19,75m. The 18-year old shot putter from the Netherlands improved the Dutch Junior Record of 19,43m tossed by Rutger Smith fourteen years ago. During the fifth attempt Denzel Comenentia blasted the record by none other than Rutger Smith to 19,75m. Rutger […]
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