Jared Schuurmans (born20 August, 1987) is an American track and field athlete who competes in the discus throw. He holds a personal record of 66,10 m (216 ft 101⁄4 in) for the event, set in 2015. He was the American national discus champion in 2015. Schuurmans won an NAIA discus title in 2010 while at […]
Monthly Archive: July 2015
The IAAF Diamond League meeting in Stockholm is over. The women’s javelin event was the last throwing competition taken place. It was a very special night for the strong women. In the end, the throwers were really close together missing out on the better place by only a few centimeters. Barbora Spotakova won the competition […]
Africa and Kenya javelin record-holder Julius Yego is the country’s best shot in the field events at the World Championships. He is the only one among the six javelin throwers invited for the national trials who has have achieved the 82-metre qualifying mark. The self-made Yego, who picked up training tips from YouTube posts, set […]
Dilshod Nazarov (born 6 May 1982) is a Tajikistani track and field athlete who specializes in the hammer throw. He has represented his country at the Olympic Games on three occasions (in 2004, 2008 and 2012). His personal best for the event is 80.71m (264′ 9″), set in 2013. 1998 63.91m (209′ 8″) 1999 63.56m […]
The Stockholm IAAF Diamond League meeting has started yesterday with the women’s shot put event. Now the men’s discus event has just finished with the Polish discus thrower Piotr Malachowski on top of the podium with a new season best of 65.98m. Philip Milanov placed 2nd with 64.97m and Robert Urbanek 3rd with 63.25m. The […]
This is an open invitation to ALL citizens of the Throws community. In November 2015, Athletics New Zealand will be hosting a Throws Conference. This event is aimed at bringing together some of the world’s best throwing minds, to facilitate learning and growth. New Zealand has a proud throwing history, led by athletes like Beatrice Faumuina […]
Apostolos Parellis (born July 24, 1985) is a professional Cypriot track and field athlete specializing in discus throw. He competed at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, narrowly missing a spot in the final after finishing 13th overall with an attempt of 63,48m (208′ 3″), just seven centimeters shy of the 12th position and the final. Since […]
The well known athletic club, TSV Bayer 04 Leverkusen, organised a discus competition and invited several throwers to compete. The most prominent ones are the German Daniel Jasinski and the Dutch Erik Cadée. Jasinski won the competition with 64.59m being only a few centimeters shy of the official qualification standard of 65m. Erik Cadée placed 2nd […]
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