Today, Throwholics wrote already about the positive drug tests based on 2008 Beijing Olympic Games samples. There is more sad news to announce. The Russian hammer thrower Tatyana Beloborodova, formerly known as Tatyana Lysenko, and the Russian Olympian Evgeniia Kolodko have reportedly tested positive for doping. Both tested positive on samples from the 2012 London […]
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In the early- 1970s David Bowie sang, Every time I thought I’d got it made, It seemed the taste was not so sweet, So I turned myself to face me, Ch-ch-ch-ch-changes Turn and face the strange, Ch-ch-changes Just gonna have to be a different woman, Twenty-four year old Canadian, Taryn Suttie’s life has written that […]
Great results, especially in the hammer events, were produced at the 11th Athletic Bridge – Memorial Zdenka Hrbacka competition in Dubnica nad Váhom. Krisztián Pars won the men’s hammer competiton over the new World Champion Paweł Fajdek. A new world lead of 82,40m was needed to beat Fajdek (82,27m). In absence of Lysenko, Anita Włodarczyk was […]
The Polish Shot Putter Tomasz Majewski took Gold with 21,89m! David Storl became second with his new personal best of 21,86m and the american Reese Hoffa takes bronce with 21,23m. All in all this Shot Put Final was an epic battle! The promising Americans couldn’t show their best performances during the whole final. The first […]
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
Reese Hoffa (USA) won the competition with his new season´s best of 21.81m. It sets him the 1st in the world top list this year. Hoffa´s previous season´s best was 21.73m since 18 April. Hoffa was impressively consistent today with throws of 21,40m, 21,81m, 21,37m, 21,72m, 21,69m, X. The competition behind Hoffa was also interesting. […]
Reigning shot put world champion and 2011 European Athletics Rising Star of Year David Storl started the season in impressive fashion buy adding almost half-a-metre to his indoor best with an effort of 21.24m on home soil at the Nordhausen shot put meeting in Germany on Friday. Storl, still only 21, had three throws over […]
The finest men’s shot putters in the world will converge upon Nordhausen, Germany, for the 12th International Energy Indoor Shot Put on Friday 20 January. The marquee athlete will be German’s David Storl, who shocked with his surprise victory at the World Championships in Daegu last summer. But the 21-year-old will have a fierce battle […]
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