The current javelin World Champion Christina Obergföll will be back in training in October. After her maternity leave she is willing to come back and maybe even as successfull as Barbora Spotakova just did this year. The 32-year-old who had brought son Marlon to the world in June, is looking forward to the next season. […]
Monthly Archive: September 2014
About a week ago the IAAF Continental Cup 2014 took place in Marrakech, Morocco. The results are already out there so we keep it brief. But more important Throwholics asked the throwers how they felt about the competition and their opinion about it. We waited about a week to get a decent number of replies which […]
Quite some unexpected rumours made the rounds today. Allegedly Robert Harting would suffer from a cruciate ligament tear. After couple of hours after the rumour spread it turns out to be true. Unfortunately, Robert Harting confirmed his injury on his Facebook Page this afternoon. Due to this severe injury he will loose a couple of […]
Kona, Hawaii. Olympic hero Ryan Whiting continued to build his superhero resume by fending off a creature from the deep. See his Facebook post for the lowdown: So I was swimming along in Kahulouu Beach Park this morning and BAM! Instant excruciating (ok it was minor, but still) pain. I struggled to escape from the little […]
Discus gold medalist Robert Harting wants a restart on world records in the throwing events. In a German sports magazine he suggests to change the weight of the throwing implements at little bit. Everyone knows Robert Harting thinks out of the box, does not mince his words and the German athlete of the year is […]
Robert Harting won the Memorial van Damme Diamond League meeting in Brüssel last friday. Even though he won the competition he did not win the Diamond League Race. The Polish discus thrower Piotr Malachowski won the race by 2 points. But even without the crystal trophy in hand Harting enjoyed the trip back home. This […]
The discus legend Virgilijus Alekna ends up with his career soon. It is now the second time Alekna announces his retirement. Already two years ago he stated that he will end his career after the 2012 Olympic Games in London. Luckily for the throwing world he changed his mind and continued to compete and inspired […]
“color: #555555;”>Mendota, Illinois – Following Gia Lewis-Smallwood‘s new American Record 69,17m (226′ 11′) in France, thereby stamping herself as one of the great discus throwers ever, we asked her coach, Mike Turk, how it came about. “color: #555555;”>Yesterday Throwholics shared some of the nuts and bolts, today we share a Q & A. Gia Lewis-Smallwood sets USR 69,17m […]
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