The men’s shot put event of the Stockholm’s Diamond League meeting was held one day prior the main program. Tom Walsh won the shot put event with 21,13m in the absence of Joe Kovacs. In Ralambshovsparken, the shot put event took place. It is one of the oldest parks in the Swedish capital. Walsh placed […]
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At yesterday’s Oslo Diamond League meet a young putter from Poland, Konrad Bukowiecki, was leading the competition until Joe Kovacs (USA) reminded everyone who’s the top-cock in the hen house by dropping a massive 22,01m (72′ 2½”) bomb. At his Diamond League debut Konrad took 2nd place and cracked his U20 world junior record with a 21,14m (69′ 4¼”). I must admit, my […]
What a great shot put competition at today’s Diamond League meeting in Oslo. The youngster Konrad Bukowiecki, who is still a junior athlete, was performing amazingly with the men’s 7kg ball. In the end, Kovacs won the competition with a massive 22.01m toss. Bukowiecki was probably not unhappy about his defeat because he threw the 7kg ball […]
The world champion Joe Kovacs beats once again the 22m barrier. At the IAAF Diamond League meeting in Eugene, USA Kovacs put all the competitors far behind him. By over 1m Tom Walsh followed throwing 20,84m and Reese Hoffa became 3rd with 20,58m With a massive toss of 22.13m Joe Kovacs dominated the men’s shot […]
Unfortunately, the clash between double World Champion David Storl and Joe Kovacs did not happen. David Storl called in sick and decided to rest his stiff neck. Maybe a good move after knowing that Joe Kovacs just blasted the 7.26kg ball out the stadium with a new world leading throw of 22.56m. In addition, it […]
Apparently, we do not have much news for anyone up till now. The only thing we do know is that David Storl is not competing at the Diamond League Meeting in Monaco. Throwholics found out about it by looking at the start list: HERE UPDATE: 16.07.2015 15:22 Kerstin Pohlers (David Storl’s Sport Management Agent ): Hello […]
At the Diamond League meeting in Monaco (Monte Carlo) Friday night (17 July), David Storl meets the US putter and main rival Joe Kovacs in the shot put event for the last time before the World Championships in Beijing, China. The men’s shot put event in Monaco will already be a good rehearsal for the […]
Double world champion David Storl who in Biberach two days ago and showed another world class performance with a 21.84m toss. David did an interview with Radio 7 at which he talked about the upcoming national championships (July 24-26th) and the upcoming world championships in Beijing, China. “The German national championship is the final form test […]
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