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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At this year’s German Championships there are more important things to consider than the gold, silver or bronze medal. The Olympic Games in Rio outshine the title fights in Kassel this weekend. And in some disciplines is the national title far worth more than gold. After all, who has managed the Olympic standard and wins […]
As mentioned in the preview for the Schönebecker SoleCup 2016, the women’s discus event was highlighted by possible great results. The event has just finished, and one can see that it was not a lie. The German Julia Fischer won the competition with strong 66.29m. Anna Rüh (64.08m) and Shanice Craft (64.02m) completed the podium. […]
Claudine Vita was the big favorite in the girls discus event. Vita threw 57.47m in her last attempt to secure the gold medal at the U20 European Championships in Eskiltuna, Sweden. All other competitions were already completed, as the discus throw went into the decisive phase. The Slovenian thrower Veronika Domjan was leading the competition […]
The BAUHAUS Junior Gala is one of the biggest, if not the biggest, U20 Junior athletics competition in the world. The past years this competition was used to check upon the performance and shape of the young athletes before nominating them for U20 European oder World Championships. This years edition underlined once again the great […]
Germany is well known as a throwing country but what happening right now with the German Discus women is impressive. We all knew that there were probably 4 throwers fighting for the 3 tickets for the upcoming World Championships in Beijing, China. Nadine Müller, Julia Fischer, Anna Rüh and even Shanice Craft everyone had in […]
The 20th anniversary of the 2015 Wiesbadener Werfercup produced some incredible throwing results. Christoph Harting took over the world lead in the mens discus event with 67.53m. Anna Rüh won the women discus event, also with a massive new personal best of 66.14m (217′). At today’s competition exactly 24 qualification standards for the upcoming international […]
The U18/U20 German Indoor Championships produced some world leading throws in Sindelfingen. The best result was the one of the Shot Put Star Patrick Müller. Last year he became the World Champion with a personal best of 22,02m in Donetsk, Ukraine. The time with the 5kg ball has passed and now he is trying to […]
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