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 […]
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Today saw the women’s Javelin Throw competition take place at the 2015 world championships today with a very close competition. All women were out in force today to battle for the top 3 positions, but only one thrower would go away with the gold medal and crowned the 2015 world champion, Starting us of Barbora Špotáková (CZE) the […]
The second day of the IAAF Diamond League meeting in London is taking place today. The women’s javelin event has just finished with Madara Palameika on top of the podium. She threw a new season best of 65.01m. Babora SPotakova made the 2nd place with a new season bet of 65.00m and Kimberley Mickle 3rd with […]
Two-time Olympic Javelin Champion Barbora Spotakova and her coach Jan Zelezny go now separate ways. Reason for the end of the cooperation are different opinions as to what concerns the preparation for the upcoming season, according to a press release. Spotakova have wished for, “better balance family and Training” and was therefore ready to do […]
The current javelin World Champion Christina Obergföll will be back in training in October. After her maternity leave she is willing to come back and maybe even as successfull as Barbora Spotakova just did this year. The 32-year-old who had brought son Marlon to the world in June, is looking forward to the next season. […]
The well known ISTAF meeting in Berlin is scheduled for the 31st of August this year. Unfortunately, the women’s javelin is not part of the current meeting program. Nevertheless, the meeting organiser promised to get all German medal winners to compete at the ISTAF 2014. Linda Stahl, who placed third at the European Championships in […]
The womens’s javelin competition was promising a fight between the Czech Barbora Spotakova and the German Linda Stahl who is the current world leader with 67,32m. The Czech javelin thrower Barbora Spotakova won the womens event with 64,41m, followed by Tatjana Jelaca who produced a new national record of 64,21m and the German Linda Stahl […]
The third throwing event of the European Athletics Team Championships was the women’s javelin competition. This event was promising due to the great throwers Barbora Spotakova and the German Linda Stahl, who is currently on top of the world’s list. Sportakova won the competition with her last attempt of 65,57m, followed by Hanna Hatsko-Fedusova 63,01m […]
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