Jason Young (born 27 May, 1981) is an US American discus thrower who competed in the 2012 Summer Olympics, finishing 19th. This article stemmed from a response to question/ conversation with Norm Zylstra on facebook. I’m not competing this year at all. My career thus far has been cyclical when it comes to training preparation and […]
Monthly Archive: May 2015
The Harting-brothers both make headlines in the World Championship year: Discus Olympic champion Robert fights after his cruciate ligament surgery in order to connect; his younger brother Christop could soon surpass Robert. His philosophy of life: the desire to throw 80m (262′ 5″). “I think we should dream of greater things. And when I say, I […]
Best performance in the second competition after the injury break! Shot Putter Christina Schwanitz threw outstanding 20.77m on Wednesday and won the World Challenge meeting in Beijing (China) and thereby also beat local hero Lijiao Gong. This massive toss places Christina as the number one in the world. What a comeback after knee surgery in September and months of […]
Polish discus thrower Piotr Malachowski won the competition in Turnov with 64.59m, followed by Martin Wierig 64.51m and Gerd Kanter 63.14m. The results already show that the competition lacked of good conditions. The qualification standard of 65m for the upcoming World Championships in Beijing is still not reached by any of the throwers who competed […]
The shot put Olympic champion from 1976 Udo Beyer was very impressed with the Halplus Werfertage last Saturday: Shot put World Champion David Storl crowned there his super series with 21.72m and celebrated his second victory in just under 24 hours a day – and the best season start of his career. “The boy has […]
Turnov’s start field for the men’s discus event is once again world class. The world class throwers are gathered together to hunt for Christoph Harting’s world leading throw of 67.93m, thrown last weekend in Halle, Germany. Two time World Champion silver medalist Piotr Malachowski is the most known thrower who tries to snatch the WL. All […]
The IAAF Diamond League meeting series has just started off today in Doha, Qatar. The men’s shot put event was pretty tight from the beginning. Unfortunately, the complete list of results is not availble. The server of the IAAF website is still down…. Sandra Perkovic wins the women discus event with 68.10m. Storl has not yet […]
2015 He wans to continue where he left off in 2014: this was a personal best by three centimeters below the 22-meter mark. Double world champion David Storl opens today at the Diamond League meeting in Doha (Qatar; 15 May), the next day he stands at the Halle throwers days (May 17) in the ring – […]
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