This Message is for the whole of the Throwholics Throwing Community As we all know that it is that time again, the Olympic games! A place for the best of the best athletes to compete against each other, to win gold We here at Throwholics would just like to say a big thank you to […]
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He is one of the most successful German athletes in recent years. David Storl has collected in the junior and senior classes an international title after the next. Twice he was already world champion, this summer the 25-year-old wants to land the big coup also at the Olympic Games. With his best performance of the […]
With usual pithy words, Robert Harting has responded to the doping allegations by Yelena Isinbayeva. “Obviously, they are mentally manipulated and deceived. The fact that especially coaches saying phrases like ‘The others do the same thing’ still have success, shows the horizon of many athletes,” said the discus star to the “Bild” to (or “intending […]
Matthew Denny had only one quest this year; ticking off the qualification standard for the upcoming Olympic Games in Rio, Brazil. The qualification standard of 65m was the goal for Matty. To fulfill this aim, Matty traveled to the US to use the right weather conditions. After a few competitions in Los Angeles, Salina, Chula Vista, La […]
Setback for Robert Harting! Germany Discus hope fears for his participation in the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio. Harting suffers a hamstring. Just three months before the Olympic Games in Rio discus star Robert Harting (31) has suffered on its way to comeback a setback. The Olympic champion from Berlin could not train because of […]
Robert Harting, the Olympic, World and European Champion has made his decision not to compete in Beijing. At today’s press conference at the “Bundesleistungszentrum” in Kienbaum Germany, Robert Harting announced that he is not willing to take the risk. These are sad news for the throwing world. The Olympic Champion Harting decided not to compete […]
Discus Olympic and World championships gold medalist Robert Harting (30) will not start at the German championships of track and field in Nuremberg in the next week (July 24 to 26). The Berliner has not applied for the national championships. “A start was never planned,” Harting said. The three-time world champion had suffered a tear of […]
Gerhard Mayer is starting with a bang in the track and field outdoor season. The 34-year-old Austrian threw the 2kg implement to incredible 67.20m at an invitation meeting at Rudolf-Tonn-Stadium in Schwechat, Austria. He has surpassed the Olympic qualification standard of 66m for Rio 2016. In addition, he checked the qualification standard for the upcoming World […]
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