Jordan Clarke ( born July 10, 1990,) is shot putter from Anchorage, Alaska. Awards: 2012 Arizona State Athlete of the Year 3-time NCAA Champion 5-time All-American What do you need to work on, improve? Over the last 6 seasons I have worked a lot of developing power in the weight room by incorporating power lifts and […]
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Vikas Gowda (born 5 July 1983) is an Indian discus thrower and shot putter.Born in Mysore, he grew up in Frederick, Maryland in the United States. His father, Shive, coached the 1988 Indian Olympic track team. His personal best throw is 66.90m (219′ 6″) which is also Indian national record in discus throw, achieved in 2013. In […]
Flor Ruiz is a Colombian javelin thrower, who competed in the javelin throw event at the 2012 Summer Olympics. Today Ruiz competed at the Central American and Caribbean Games and smashed the previous South American record. She takes home gold with the new record of 63,80m. In Xalapa, Mexio is the Estadio Xalapeño stadium located. This […]
Bernhard Seifert (born 15th February 1993) is a German javelin thrower with a personal best of 82.42m (270′ 5″) thrown in 2013. Seifert gained some experience on international scene, especially with his second place at the U23 European Championships 2013 and his participation at the 2013 World Championships. During Junior level he placed 4th at the […]
Nikola Lomnicka (born 16th August 1988, Nitra) is a Slovak female athlete dedicated to hammer throw. She studied Recreational Management and Leisure Studies at the University of Georgia. Her personal best is 68,91m (226′ 1″), achieved 19th of April 2014 in Walnut USA. In 2010 and 2011 Nikola became Outstanding Thrower of the Year and Athlete […]
Darrell “The Governor” Hill (born 17 August) is a shot putter from the United States. In 2014 Hill won the Big 10 Conference meet with a personal best of 20,57m (67’6″) followed by a 15th place at the NCAA Championships (62’9″) and a 10th at the USA Championships (64’1″). This winter I’ll will be working my […]
Shanice Craft (born 15 May 1993 in Mannheim) is a German athlete who competes in the discus throw and shot put. She won the bronze medal in the discus at the 2014 European Championships which is her first major senior medal. In addition, she won multiple medals in various junior categories. Discus throw: PB 65.88m […]
Tim Glover (born 11 January 1990) is a javelin thrower from the United States. He has won the NACAC U23 and NCAA championships. Season bests 2kg: 2010 71,31m (233′ 11″) 2011 80,33m (263′ 6″) 2012 81,69m (268′ 0″) 2013 78,69m (258′ 2″) 2014 84,01m (275′ 7″) Right now I am in the middle of completing an internship […]
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- RUMOR: IAAF Hoping to Drop Hammer from Olympics March 13, 2014
- Nadine Müller marries girlfriend January 5, 2014
- How the USA adapted in the Shot Put post-1995 and Why We Didn’t Adapt in the Discus March 9, 2014
- Harting suggests to change the weights for the throwing implements September 10, 2014
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