Quote from Russ
These shoes are new - they haven't been used - guaranteed.
Size 11.5 (I wear 11.5 in Nike throwing shoes also, for reference, will fit a wider foot).
Do-Win Pendaly Barbell Series 2010
Blue & Silver
$70.00 plus shipping here's a link to show you what they look like - (retail for $109.00)
home e-mail - email@example.com
published at Oct 18th 2010 3:28am on http://www.effortlessthrow.org/
Quote from Russ
Gill 4kg. Iron Shot - Has not been used - $10.00
Nelco First Place 1.00kg. Discus - Lightly used for one season only - $12.00
128mm 17 lb. Turned Iron Shot - Has not been used - $30.00
Riata - 55m - 60m Javelin - 800g.
Used one season - good condition - $50.00
Prices do not include shipping -
published at Oct 18th 2010 5:30am on http://www.effortlessthrow.org/
Quote from Brad Reid
Sorry, Tomsonite! Out of pocket. Thanks, Bill, for posting the clip I referenced.
Here is the one where Jacko is competing in the 100 meter sprint:
published at Oct 18th 2010 2:29pm on http://www.effortlessthrow.org/
Quote from 70footer
not saure if anyone already posted this that JIM FUCHS has dies.
Hall of Fame shot putter Fuchs dies
Two-time Olympic bronze medalist and 2005 National Track & Field Hall of Fame inductee Jim Fuchs died in New York City on Friday, October 8. He was 82.
Born in Chicago on December 6, 1927, Fuchs was a collegiate star at Yale University, where he won both the IC4A and NCAA shot put titles in 1949 and 1950. He won U.S. national outdoor titles those same years, and was the AAU indoor champion three years in a row from 1950 through 1952.
Fuchs won the Olympic bronze medal at the 1948 Olympic Games in London prior to winning 88 consecutive meets and setting four world records between 1949 and 1950. Track & Field News ranked him #1 in the world each of those seasons.
Fuchs went on a world record shot put spree beginning in 1949. His first world record was 17.79m/58 feet, 4.50 inches on July 29, 1949 at Oslo, Norway, and he extended it to 17.82m/58-5.50 on April 29, 1950 at Los Angeles. Fuchs improved the world record to 17.90m/58-8.75 on August 20, 1950, at Visby, Sweden; and increased it to 17.95m/58-10.75 two days later at Eskilstuna, Sweden.
Fuchs was the Pan American Games shot put and discus champion in 1951 before once again winning the bronze medal at the 1952 Olympic Games in Helsinki, Finland.
According to the New York Times, Fuchs became a successful businessman in the communications and human resources fields. He also collaborated with George M. Steinbrenner, the New York Yankees
published at Oct 18th 2010 11:07pm on http://www.effortlessthrow.org/