Posts by Dirk Walsh

    This side of the pond as well?

    Running Legend Craig Virgin Calls For More Transparency Revealing The Medications And Supplements Athletes Are On: “In Sight It Must Be Right”
    Virgin, the 2-time World Cross-Country Champion, says transparency is needed to “maintain the integrity” of the sport; clarifies his comments to LRC after Galen Rupp’s American Record run.
    by LetsRun.com | February 2, 2014


    “Congrats are due but I’m not sure what to think… both Galen and his coach, Alberto Salazar, are definitely making a statement here! Why do this kind of workout after such a hard race…and risk injury or illness? What is Galen taking or doing… that is giving him such amazing recuperative/restorative powers? I have never seen anything like this…but he did it after his AR 13:01 5K last weekend and after his 3:50.9 mile indoors last January. I am sorry to sound so jaded… but after reading so much about Lance Armstrong and Alex Rodriguez’s sophisticated and undetected doping schemes this past year …. I just don’t know what to believe anymore. I wish USATF would release what Therapeutic Use Exemption medical treatments that Galen is on that may give us one hint of what is really going on here. I am tired of rumors about TUE’s and we need some transparency in this area to maintain the integrity in our sport.”

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    The classic tunes make this worth watching.

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    Another.

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    I'd like to post some videos of throws being analysed to give some of us an idea of what to say or look for.

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    SHOT
    1. @'Ryan Whiting' (USA) Nov 24, 1986 - 190cm 116kg (6'2¾" 256 lb)
    2. David Storl (Germany) Jul 27, 1990 - 199cm 115kg (6'6¼" 254 lb)
    3. @'Reese Hoffa' [/b][/b](USA) Oct 8, 1977 - 182cm 133kg (5'11¼" 293 lb) 4. Dylan Armstrong (Canada) Jan 15, 1981 - 190cm 125kg (6'2¾" 276 lb)
    5. Ladislav Prášil (Czech Republic) May 17, 1990 - 190cm 125kg (6'6" 276 lb)
    6. Tomasz Majewski (Poland)
    7. Georgi Ivanov (Bulgaria)
    8. Germán Lauro (Argentina)
    9. Cory Martin (US)
    10. Asmir Kolašinac (Serbia)


    DISCUS
    1. Robert Harting (Germany) Oct 18, 1984 - 201cm 126kg (6'7" 278 lb)
    2. Piotr Małachowski (Poland) Jun 7, 1983 - 193cm 130kg (6'4" 287 lb)
    3. Gerd Kanter (Estonia) May 6, 1979 - 196cm 120kg (6'5" 265 lb)
    4. Ehsan Hadadi (Iran) Jan 21, 1985 - 193cm 125kg (6'4" 276 lb)
    5. Martin Wierig (Germany) Jun 10, 1987 - 202cm 108kg (6'7½" 238 lb)
    6. Robert Urbanek (Poland)
    7. @erikcadee (Holland)
    8. Vikas Gowda (India)
    9. Frank Casañas (Spain)
    10. Victor Hogan (South Africa)


    HAMMER
    1. Krisztián Pars (Hungary) Feb 18, 1982 - 188cm 104kg (6'2" 229 lb)
    2. Paweł Fajdek (Poland) Jun 4, 1989 - 186cm 118kg (6'1¼" 260 lb)
    3. Lukáš Melich (Czech Republic) Sept 16, 1980 - 186cm 110kg (6'1¼" 243 lb)
    4. Primož Kozmus (Slovenia) Sept 30, 1979 - 188cm 106kg (6'1½" 234 lb)
    5. Dilshod Nazarov (Tajikistan) 187cm 115kg (6'1½" 254 lb)
    6. Marcel Lomnický (Slovakia)
    7. Szymon Ziółkowski (Poland)
    8. Markus Esser (Germany)
    9. @Sergej Litvinov (Russia)
    10. Koji Murofushi (Japan)


    JAVELIN
    1. Vítězslav Veselý (Czech Republic) Feb 27, 1983 186cm 92kg (6'1¼" 203 lb)
    2. Tero Pitkämäki (Finland)
    3. Dmitriy Tarabin (Russia)
    4. Antti Ruuskanen (Finland)
    5. Julius Yego (Kenya)
    6. Andreas Thorkildsen (Norway)
    7. Kim Amb (Sweden)
    8. Ari Mannio (Finland)
    9. Risto Mätas (Estonia)
    10. Stuart Farquhar (New Zealand)


    DECATHLON
    1. Ashton Eaton (US)
    2. Michael Schrader (Germany)
    3. Damian Warner (Canada)
    4. Kevin Mayer (France)
    5. Eelco Sintnicolaas (Holland)
    6. Carlos Chinin (Brazil)
    7. Rico Freimuth (Germany)
    8. Ilya Shkurenyov (Russia)
    9. Willem Coertzen (South Africa)
    10. Pascal Behrenbruch (Germany)

    SHOT PUT
    1. Val Adams (New Zealand)
    2. Christina Schwanitz (Germany)
    3. Lijiao Gong (China)
    4. Michelle Carter (US)
    5. Yevgeniya Kolodko (Russia)
    6. Irina Tarasova (Russia)
    7. Tia Brooks (US)
    8. Xiangrong Liu (China)
    9. Ling Li (China)
    10. Alena Kopets (Belarus)


    DISCUS
    1. Sandra Perković (Croatia)
    2. Yarelis Barrios (Cuba)
    3. Gia Lewis-Smallwood (US)
    4. Mélina Robert-Michon (France)
    5. Nadine Müller (Germany)
    6. Zinaida Sendriūtė (Lithuania)
    7. Żaneta Glanc (Poland)
    8. Jian Tan (China)
    9. Anna Rüh (Germany)
    10. Dani Samuels (Australia)


    HAMMER
    1. Anita Włodarczyk (Poland)
    2. Tatyana Lysenko (Russia)
    3. Betty Heidler (Germany)
    4. Wenxiu Zhang (China)
    5. Anna Bulgakova (Russia)
    6. Zheng Wang (China)
    7. Yipsi Moreno (Cuba)
    8. Oksana Kondratyeva (Russia)
    9. Jeneva McCall (US)
    10. Éva Orbán (Hungary)


    JAVELIN
    1. Christina Obergföll (Germany)
    2. Mariya Abakumova (Russia)
    3. Kim Mickle (Australia)
    4. Linda Stahl (Germany)
    5. Sunette Viljoen (South Africa)
    6. Kathryn Mitchell (Australia)
    7. Madara Palameika (Latvia)
    8. Viktoriya Sudarushkina (Russia)
    9. Martina Ratej (Slovenia)
    10. Sofi Flinck (Sweden)


    HEPTATHLON
    1. Hanna Melnychenko (Ukraine)
    2. Brianne Theisen-Eaton (Canada)
    3. Dafne Schippers (Holland)
    4. Tatyana Chernova (Russia)
    5. Claudia Rath (Germany)
    6. Sharon Day (US)
    7. Katarina Johnson-Thompson (Great Britain)
    8. Karolina Tymińska (Poland)
    9. Nadine Broersen (Holland)
    10. Eliška Klučinová (Czech Republic)

    Gerry McEvoy video - Gwen Berry | weight throw 24,39m (80' 0")

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