The shot put queen Adams seems to be improving in 2016. At the Diamond League meeting in Rome, Adams threw the 4kg ball to a new season best of 19.69m. In 2016, only the Gong Lijiao tossed the 4kg ball further. The current world lead stands at 20.43m, thrown at the biggest throwing festival in the […]
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Double Olympic shot put champion Valerie Adams has undergone knee surgery & will not be competing at the world championships in Beijing. Valerie Adams will not be competing at the world championships in Beijing this month, because she have undergone surgery on her knee, she had said that she would need treatment on her knee this […]
Valerie Adams just published on her Facebook Fan page that she will not be competing at the World Championships in Beijing. Valerie Adams: Today I want to inform you all that I won’t be attending the World Championships in Beijing. I have thought about this long and hard and know it’s the right thing to […]
Today’s, women’s shot put event was the opening of the Stockholm (Sweden) Diamond League Meeting within the “King’s Garden”. Christina Schwanitz appeared to be royal as well. She won with 20.13m and is based on the overall standings uncatchable. Hence, Christina won the 2015 IAAF Diamond League race and wins the $40,000 jackpot. Today’s competition […]
The 2nd day of the the IAAF Diamond League meeting in London, Great Britain is taking place today. The women’s shot put event has just finished. The American putter Michelle Carter won the competition with 19.74m, Valerie Adams placed 2nd with 18.59m and Cleopatra Borel 3rd with 18.53m. The women’s shot put event has just […]
Big names were on the start list for the “Spitzen Leichtathletik” event in Luzern’s Allmend stadion. The women shot put event listed Olympic and World champion Valerie Adams as the most prominent one. World Champion Christina Obergföll, Jarrod Bannister, Johannes Vetter, Benn Harradine, Christoph Harting and many more. In the end, Katharina Moltor stole the […]
It was a historic success for Christina Schwanitz: For the first time in her career she defeated the reigning world and Olympic champion Valerie Adams. For the New Zealander thus ended in Paris a huge series of 56 consecutive wins. For ten years, Christina Schwanitz had to wait for this moment. And for the rest […]
Today’s Diamond League meeting in Paris was a clash of titans in the shot put. The current Olympic and World Champion Valerie Adams lost against German shot put star Christina Schwanitz. Schwanitz’s best toss was 20,31m and ended Adams’ winning streak of 56 victories in a row. Since August 18, 2010, shot put Olympic and World Champion Val […]
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