Julian Edward Wruck (6 July 1991) is an Australian discus thrower and Olympian. His personal best is 68,16m (223′ 7″), putting him #2 on Australia’s all-time discus list. 2004 … est 30m (est 100′) (1kg) 2005 … est 47m (est 155′) (1kg) 2006 … est 53m (est 175′) (1kg) 2007 … 58,00m (190′ 3″) (1.5kg) 2008 … 51,89m (170′ 3″) 2009 … 54,74m (179′ 7″) 2010 […]
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Throwholics did a follow up interview with the “Masher” Matty Denny after his great performance from last weekend. He placed second at the 2015 Queensland Track Classic competition, as already mentioned in our latest article “Clash of the Yowies! w/ video”. Who do you currently train with? I currently train with my coach Grahame Pitt, Lara […]
Throwholics did a follow up interview with the “Yowie” Julian Wruck after his great performance from last weekend. He won the 2015 Queensland Track Classic competition, as already mentioned in our latest article “Clash of the Yowies! w/ video”. Who do you currently train with? I currently train alone. I feel more comfortable that way. […]
Great beasts still lurk the backwoods of Australia’s Outback. Some even clean-up enough to attend school, or learn to throw things far through the air. A few of these great beasts met this weekend and produced some big results at the 2015 Queensland Open Championships. Above all were the discus throwers such as Dani Samuels 64.14m (210′ 5″), Julian Wruck […]
Julian Edward Wruck (born 6 July 1991) is an Australian discus thrower and Olympic athlete. His personal best to date is 68.16m (223′ 7″) which places him as the Number 2 athlete on the All Time List of Australian discus throwers. During each off-season, my main focus is on intellectual development. I try my best to […]
Today’s Jai Taurima Shield Meet in Brisbane, Australia underlined the class of some Aussie blokes. Once again it was the 18-year-old discus thrower Matty Denny who proved to be one of the kind. He increased his own national record by 4m (13′ 1″) and threw 66,81m (219′ 2″). Julian Wruck has just thrown a World Championship qualifier […]
Couple of weeks ago the Australian discus thrower Julian Wruck put his lifestory together and let us publish it on Throwholics: “Thunder From Down Under – Julian Wruck’s Lifestory“. Now the Aussie made some noise again and we had to write about it. Julian Wruck won the Claremont Throws Meet with impressive 68,16m (223′ 7″) which […]
Throwholics is honored to provide you fans and students of the event an autobiographical article written by world class thrower and gentleman Julian Wruck. I threw a little bit when I was younger in a club called “little athletics” where kids are put into their age groups and do three or four random track & field events on […]
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