Before you start reading, I’m sure some of you will agree and disagree with what I have said, but article is to spark discussion. But if you do disagree, please do not hate on the article. A new rule proposed by the International Association of Athletics Federation (IAAF) that could result in any Athletes (In this case […]
Robert Harting released, with other prominent athletes, such as Julia Fischer, Kathrin Klaas, Eric Werskey, Robin Schembera and André Höhne, a video called: Dear IAAF U damaged our sport this is what we have to say Today the IAAF responded with the following: The IAAF very much appreciates and admires the passion, commitment and strength of […]
Discus gold medalist Robert Harting critized the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) and the International Association of Athletics Federation (IAAF) for its handling of the Russian doping affair. “The fact that the IAAF responded very cautious is offensive to all clean athletes. But the behavior of the WADA is even worse. For me, it has failed,” Harting stated in […]
Good morning everyone, as you all know we have brought to your attention that Robert Harting does not want to be nominated for the IAAF World Athlete of the year 2014 due to the fact that doping offenders, such as Justin Gatlin, are on the list of nominees as well. Last week, we also had a […]
After the great response to the article Harting: “Cancel my IAAF World Athlete Nomination.” we got in contact with Robert Harting and had 3 specific questions to him. See below his answers. Florian: When did you first consider making your stand and withdrawing yourself from consideration? Robert Harting: I considered my decision when I saw the list. […]
Everyone knows that Robert Harting, who is currently the Olympic, World and European Champion, always makes sure one understands his opinion. He does not keep anything to himself and asks others to do the same. In the past he openly “attacked” officials in order to underline his statements. As a follower of the Track & […]
IAAF WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS, MOSCOW 2013 10 AUGUST – 18 AUGUST 2013 ENTRY STANDARDS Approved by IAAF Council – March 2012 and November 2012 QUALIFICATION PERIOD: • October 1, 2012 to July 29, 2013 Men A: 79.00m (259′ 2″) B: 76.00m (249′ 4″) The standards are higher! No surprise. It was an Olympic […]
Throwholics has to revise the article about David Wrobel and Michael Salzer. Last week Throwholics has published an article about the pair announcing their throws having led qualification standard for the U23 Eurpean Championships in Finland. Last week we published this ARTICLE about Wrobel and Salzer. Today the discus world record holder and German head coach […]
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