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 […]
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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 […]
At the sixteenth European Athletics Festival in Bydgoszcz, Paul Fajdek underlined his great shape he is in right now. Fajdek dropped a massive bomb with the 7kg hammer. His last-round throw of 81.71m meant a new world lead. With each attempt, Fajdek would have won the competition. But it was the last round that produced […]
Everyone who is following the shot put event should have heard about Konrad Bukowiecki. He the rising Polish shot put star who outperformed everyone in his age group. His young career shows already tremendous successes in the shot put event. It is already certain that Konrad Bukowiecki will have his Diamond League Debut very soon. It […]
Konrad Bukowiecki (born 17 March 1997) is a Polish shot putter. He won the gold medal at the 2014 World Junior Championships and at the 2014 Summer Youth Olympics. In addition, he currently holds the junior indoor world record with the 6 kg implement, as well as world youth indoor bests with the 6 kg […]
Alright, lets calm a bit down after that massive world record by Anita Wlodarczyk at today’s competition. Next to Malachowski’s season best of 68.29m, and Anita’s world record of 81.08m there were other events taking place as well. Pawel Fajdek won the men’s hammer event with 82.07m, Tomas Majweski the men’s shot put with 20.78m. […]
Throwholics already wrote about the incredible monster toss by Konrad Bukowiecki, who just set a new national and championships record of 22.62m. We just had a talk with Konrad and will provide you with the outcome. Enjoy Q: Congratulations on your success and the new championship record. We talked about David Storl’s European record couple of times […]
The Polish shot putter Konrad Bukowiecki set some new standards in the U20 shot put event. He smashed his own previous personal best, the national junior record and the championships record. He tossed a monster of 22.62m (75′ 2 1/2″). At the U20 European Championships in Eskiltuna, Sweden the Polish shot putter smashed his previous […]
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