Thomas Rohler improves his world-leading mark to 91.28m at the Paavo Nurmi Games in Turku. The German moves up to ninth on the European all-time rankings. The series of throws was fantastic, and Rohler will most likely be looking towards the Olympic gold medal at Rio His series of throws for this competition are below, […]
Monthly Archive: June 2016
Dear Lord Coe, When it was announced that the Russian team will be banned from the upcoming Olympics last week, the common reaction here in Russia was denial mixed with anger. Many top athletes and officials continue to deny the scope of the problem and are angry that Russia is being singled out while similar […]
Japan’s Olympic Hammer thrower Koji Murofushi who won the gold medal at the Summer Olympics in Athens back in 2004 and who holds a personal best throw of 84.86 that he set that year, he won world championships in Paris where he took home the bronze medal for Japan. But Murofushi, who is a 41-year-old veteran of […]
Robert Harting is on the way to Rio. With his ninth championship discus gold, Harting showed class at the German Championships. Harting is not going on a trip to Amsterdam; he is fully focused on the Olympics. Discus Olympic champion Robert Harting has swept the competition like in ancient times from the ring and secured […]
Discus thrower Robert Harting current wave of success continues. The Berliner was unbeatable on Tuesday evening at the “Folksam Challenge” in Umeå, Sweden and made in collaboration with David Wrobel a German double victory. “After Kassel, I succeed at the next competition” celebrated the Olympic champion Robert Harting his second win extensively on his Facebook […]
Due to a positive doping test of world record holder Stella Jenewa, Ilke Wyludda was subsequently awarded silver in the shot put at the Paralympic World Cup. The Discus Olympic Champion 1996 had won the bronze medal in Qatar last October. In the taken urine sample of the Bulgarian champion Jenewa, the banned product oxandrolone was found. […]
Reading through this write up that I found online, it is a very interesting read, and well worth it. Personally Sadly I can not find the name of the writer but if anyone happens to know who it is please comment on this article. The javelin is one of the most complex and difficult of athletics specialties. Often, superficially, […]
The German Championships are around the corner. This weekend the tickets for the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro will be battled for. The following will be a preview for the women’s throwing event. Shot Put: Christina Schwanitz is looking forward to her fourth consecutive title. Schwanitz is not just looking for the victory because none […]
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