Andreas Thorkildsen is one of the best javelin throwers ever. A hip injury forced the two-time Olympic champion now to act. Two-time javelin Olympic champion Andreas Thorkildsen (34) has ended his career. “It was a fun trip. Thanks for all the support I have received over the years,” the Norwegian wrote on Instagram. Thorkildsen won […]
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Hi there throwers I wrote my last post for Throwholics back in September “Walsh reflects on breakthrough season” and since then like all throwers I spent a lot of time reflecting on the past season and what I need to do to improve, as well as recovering from injury’s, working hard on my training sessions, and […]
Andreas Thorkildsen has taken to twitter to announced the following. Andreas Thorkildsen is the 6th best javelin thrower with the current javelin model. with a personal best of 91.59 that he set back in 2006. Last season he only managed 80.79 in Praha. due to injury. My opinion on Andreas Thorkildsen Missing this season out. “I think that the decision that Andreas is […]
Dessau, Germany, May 31st, during the annual Anhalt meeting and despite the bad weather conditions were good results by the javelin throwers produced. Especially the Swedish Rising Star Kim Amb was in a good shape. Tero Pitkamaki won the event with 85.39m (280′ 1″) followed by Kim Amb who smashed his PB with a throw […]
Not many people will immediately know the significance of this Saturday unless they are flicking through the history books of track and field. But at around 3pm, it will mark the 17th anniversary of one of the longest-standing world records. The German city of Jena was the venue back on 25th May 1996 for Jan […]
The first leg of the Diamond League Meeting in Doha, Qatar was a full success. The meeting records, world leading throws and national records let the Diamond League of Doha shine. Sandra Perkovic was able to throw a new meeting record and a massive world lead of 68.23m (223′ 10″). Her complete set was: 67.37m […]
The first leg of Diamond League series 2013 started in Doha with a great adrenaline and show. In the men´s shot put Ryan Whiting threw a huge 22.28m (73’1″) to take the new world lead and also the new meeting record. Additionally, the 22.28m (73’1″) ranks him 12th in the all time shot put list. Germán […]
Finally the entry lists for the London Olympic Games are out! As a service for all our fans Throwholics cut the official list down to the throwing events. The final list of all THROWING EVENTS If you like to check the official list for the other events please visit this post HERE
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