Darrell Hill, the 2017 Diamond League Champion, joins The Athletic Experience Podcast for Episode 042! With his Diamond League victory, Darrell Hill moves to 13th ALL TIME, ahead of athletes like John Godina, Ryan Whiting and Reese Hoffa. In this episode Darrell Hill chats about his training partners, training regimen, high school triple jumping, future […]
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The US is well known for the good shot putters they produce. In recent years, there were many who started out big in high school and followed a professional career. It seems the next generation is coming up very soon. Jordan Geist, a junior from Knoch High School in Butler Country, destroyed Ryan Whiting’s PIAA […]
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 […]
The USATF Outdoor Championships shot put event has just ended minutes ago. It looks like it that Joe Kovacs, Christian Cantwell, Jordan Clarke and Reese Hoffa will be traveling to Beijing to fight for the shot put medals at the World Championships. At todays USATF Outdoor Championships the tickets for the upcoming World Championships will […]
The IAAF Diamond League meeting series has just started off today in Doha, Qatar. The men’s shot put event was pretty tight from the beginning. Unfortunately, the complete list of results is not availble. The server of the IAAF website is still down…. Sandra Perkovic wins the women discus event with 68.10m. Storl has not yet […]
2015 He wans to continue where he left off in 2014: this was a personal best by three centimeters below the 22-meter mark. Double world champion David Storl opens today at the Diamond League meeting in Doha (Qatar; 15 May), the next day he stands at the Halle throwers days (May 17) in the ring – […]
The German throwers David Storl, Thomas Röhler and Nadine Müller are competing against the entire world elite at the upcoming Diamond League meeting in Doha (Qatar). This duel has already influenced many a meetings and some championships: David Storl against Ryan Whiting. The “US-Boy” has competed quite a few times outdoors already. At 21.27m, the […]
>Ryan Keith Whiting (born November 24, 1986) is an American track and field athlete who competes in the shot put and has a personal record of 22.28m (73′ 1¼”) outdoors and 22.35m (73′ 4″) indoors. His biggest international senior success to date is first place at the 2012 World Indoor Championships. He represented the United […]
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2015 Off-Season Training Talk Andreas Thorkildsen Anna Rüh Benn Harradine Betty Heidler Christian Cantwell Christina Obergföll Christina Schwanitz Christoph Harting David Storl Diamond League Discus discus throw Dylan Armstrong Ehsan Hadadi Gerd Kanter Hammer hammer throw Jacko Gill javelin throw Joe Kovacs Julia Fischer Kathrin Klaas Kibwè Johnson Konrad Bukowiecki Linda Stahl london 2012 Martin Wierig matthias de zordo Nadine Mülller Olympic Games Piotr Malachowski Reese Hoffa Road to Beijing Robert Harting Ryan Whiting samsung diamond league Sandra Perkovic Shanice Craft shot put Thomas Röhler Tomasz Majewski Valerie Adams virgilijus alekna world championships
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