Tonight’s Diamond League Race in Oslo, Norway showed once again that Sandra Perkovic is the queen of the women’s discus event. She collected 10 points with her winning throw of 67.10m again. Nadine Müller placed 2nd with 63.09m and Denia Caballero 3rd with 62.65m. Sandra Perkovic opened the Diamond League meeting in Oslo with 65.34m […]
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Women’s Discus Throw Qualifying 15th IAAF World Championships August 24, 2015 by Mark Cullen www.trackerati.com The results from the two qualifying groups in this morning’s World Championships women’s discus throw were remarkably similar. Each group produced two automatic qualifiers and well as four by next-best distance. Boom! We have ourselves a final of 12, with […]
The women’s discus event at the Pan American Games has finished with two Cubans and American on top of the podium. Denia Caballero, the current world leader in the women’s discus became Pan American champion with 65.39m. She was followed by Yaime Perez 64.99m and Gia Lewis-Smallwood 61.26m. The Cubans are on their way to […]
Sandra Perkovic, the queen in women discus throwing, showed everyone who deserves the diamond jackpot of the IAAF Diamond League. With another win at the Monaco DL meeting she accumulated 22 points and secured the diamond race. Today she threw 66.80m to take the victory. Actually, there was no doubt that Sandra Perkovic would not […]
For the first time in a very very long time the self crowned discus queen Sandra Perkovic was beaten by another discus thrower. As already stated couple of days ago the Cuban discus throwers are taking over. Now it was time to make that really happen. At today’s Diamond League meeting in Lausanne, Switzerland, Yaimi Perez […]
Throwholics contacted the Denia Caballero (born 13 January 1990) to talk about her goals for the upcoming World Championships. Caballero is currently leading the world with a massive throw of 70,65m, edging Sandra Perkovic’s seasonal best of 70,08m. Did you expect to throw a world leading mark and go beyond the 70m mark? Denia Caballero: No, I did […]
A couple of weeks ago Denia Caballero took the world leading position with a massive throw of 70.65m. It was a new personal best but just a few centimeters short of the national record. So far the womendiscus world was quite sure no one would be able to beat the “discus queen” Sandra Perkovic. She […]
At tomorrow Paavo Nurmi Games 2015 a lot of throwers are going to compete and fight for victories. Among the start list there are world top leaders such as the recent discus queen from Cuba Denia Caballero, Tero Pitkämäki, Krisztián Pars, Pawel Fajdek, Thomas Röhler and many more. Tomorrow some world elite throwers are going to […]
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