“Watching History” Historic Podium in Men’s Javelin: Two Medalists from Africa by Mark Cullen www.trackerati.com The podium in the men’s javelin looks quite different than it ever has before. Once the province of Northern and Central European countries, tonight’s podium looks like this: Gold ¬¬ Kenya Julius Yego Silver Egypt Ihab Abdelrahman El Sayed […]
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Only two German javelin throwers have ever thrown further the new javelin from 1986. Thomas Röhler just threw the 800gr implement to 89.27m in Kuortane, Finland and becomes a valid candidate for the medals at the World Championship! Before today’s competitio Thomas Röhler was ranked 5th on the all time top list with a house […]
At the Savo Games in Lapinlahti, Finnland Teemu Wirkkala won the javelin competition with strong 82.71m, Tomas Stanek the men’s shot put with 20.33m, Nataliya Semenova the women discus with 59.98m and Sanni Utrianen the women javelin event 58.61m. There is no doubt that the men’s javelin event is one of the best throwing events by […]
The Lausanne Diamond League meeting has already produced such massive results in the women discus event when Yaimi Perez beat discus queen Sandra Perkovic. Shortly after the strong boys from the men’s shot put event were one. David Storl showed the world that he is indeed capable of throwing beyond the 22m barrier with a monster […]
At tomorrow Paavo Nurmi Games 2015 a lot of throwers are going to compete and fight for victories. Among the start list there are world top leaders such as the recent discus queen from Cuba Denia Caballero, Tero Pitkämäki, Krisztián Pars, Pawel Fajdek, Thomas Röhler and many more. Tomorrow some world elite throwers are going to […]
Todays javelin event was quite surprising for a lot of track and field fans. The results were quite impressive on the one hand and on the other some throwers throw as far as expected. The final was clearly in Finnish hands while being 3 out of the top 4 positions by Finnish javelin throwers. Antti […]
Todays Loiste Eliittikisat event in Finnland produced some massive javelin throws. The Finnish thrower Tero Pitkämäki won the competition with a enormous season best of 85,48m. The Kenyan thrower Julius Yego placed second also with a season best of 84,44m. Ari Mannio completed the Finnish sandwich and took the third spot on the podium with […]
Dessau, Germany, May 31st, during the annual Anhalt meeting and despite the bad weather conditions were good results by the javelin throwers produced. Especially the Swedish Rising Star Kim Amb was in a good shape. Tero Pitkamaki won the event with 85.39m (280′ 1″) followed by Kim Amb who smashed his PB with a throw […]
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