As series of ideas addressing hammer throwing in the United States: <social.throwholics discussion> by You All USA Hammer Throwing Needs a USA Approach [Part 1] by John Smith March 20th, 2014 The American Way March 24, 2014/ by Martin Bingisser USA Hammer Throwing Needs a USA Approach [Part 2] by John Smith March 25th, 2014 […]
Monthly Archive: March 2014
At the Texas Relays competition that just finished a short while ago, Fedrick Dacres from UWI Mona (Jamaica) took the world lead in the men’s discus with a throw of 66.75m! This was fantastic collegiate competition. Julian Wruck representing UCLA by way of Australia finished 2nd with 65.01m, and another Jamaican Chad Wright from The […]
Today was the 2014 Queensland Track Classic event in Brisbane, Australia. This event brought up some crazy results. Not only increased the Australian discus thrower Benn Harradine the WL to 65,94m (216′ 4″) but also Matthew Denny came close to break the 60m (196′ 10″) mark for the first time. Everyone was expecting Benn Harradine […]
Being a thrower who slowly found his way to some decent performances, I feel that I am qualified to elaborate on several issues that may hold USA and other discus throwers back from medalist caliber standards. John Smith touched on a section of these issues in How the USA Adapted……. Coach Smith hits the nail on the […]
Part 2 in the series, including specific responses to questions posed by Martin Bingisser and discussed in the discussion thread. Soviet Hammer Strength In Part 1 I was not specific enough about the 1000’s of hammer throwers. I was referring to the former Soviet system that dominated hammer throwing for a few decades. The secret […]
You want something special? Something from a thrower? The Aussie Benn Harradine is giving away his comp shirt. In order to win this shirt you have to follow the instructions below: WIN: MY COMP SHIRT AT THE QLD TRACK CLASSIC. HOW? 1. Follow me on Instagram (http://instagram.com/bennharradine) 2. Show me your best training pic 3. […]
Olympian and US record holder Amanda Bingson returned to her home field for the Cunningham Invite in sunny Las Vegas. She made the most of her spin around Sin City with an early-bird world leader of 75,12m (246′ 5″), a sniff short of her PB of 75,73m (248′ 5″), catching the eye of more than one European. Amanda told […]
Ask Justin and Coach Denard questions in the discussion thread. In world of giants and titans a short, stout boy raised on the farmlands of Ohio is on a quest from a being a 14m 18-year old shot putter to a philosophical sportsman of which the world has rarely seen. Zylstra: Were you satisfied with your […]
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