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    Linda Stahl (born 2 October 1985) is a German javelin thrower.

    Her personal best throw is 66.81 metres, achieved on 29 July 2010 at the 2010 European Athletics Championships in Barcelona, Spain, where she won gold.

    Stahl finished 3rd ath the Europeans in 2012 with a result of 63.69m. She also took the bronze medal at the Olimpics in London with a season best throw of 64.91m.

    In 2013 she was 3rd at the World Championships in Moscow with a result of 65.09m.

    In 2014 she finally took the bronze at the Europeans in Zürich after leading the competition till the 5th round.

    She grew up in Blomberg[disambiguation needed], and studies Medicine at the University of Cologne. She represents the sports club TSV Bayer 04 Leverkusen, having changed club in 2003 from LG Lippe-Süd, and trains with Steffi Nerius under coach Helge Zöllkau.

    Hammer Throw British Record Holder. Olympic finalist. Commonwealth Bronze medalist.

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    British record holder which stands at 72.97 Meters.
    Former netball player, ballet+ tap dancer and trampoline.

    Born in Burnley, Lancashire. took up the hammer at Pendale athletics club then went to train at Blackburn athletics club to be trained Micheal Hitchon (farther).
    Moved to Loughborough to train as a full time athlete.

    Joanna Fiodorow (born 4 March 1989) is a Polish athlete specializing in the hammer throw. She competed at the 2012 Olympic Games in London taking 10th place in the final.

    Her personal best throw is 74.18 meters achieved in 2012 in Bydgoszcz.

    Anita Włodarczyk (born 8 August 1985) is a Polish hammer thrower and the world record holder with 79.58 m.

    Włodarczyk won her first national U23 championships in 2007, and went on to compete in the 2007 European Athletics U23 Championships, although she did not progress beyond the qualifying round. She finished sixth in the hammer throw competition at the 2008 Olympic Games.

    Włodarczyk qualified for the 2008 World Athletics Final and won a bronze medal. The following year, she took part in the 2009 European Team Championships, winning her first gold medal at a major international competition.

    Włodarczyk achieved a personal best throw of 76.20 metres, achieved in 30 May 2009 in Biała Podlaska, beating her previous record by 81 cm and improve 76.59 m in Golden Spike Ostrava. Prior to the 2009 World Championships in Athletics, she produced a national record-breaking performance in Cottbus, winning the competition with a world-leading 77.20 m throw. This was fourth longest throw by a woman in hammer throw.

    On 22 August 2009 during the World Championships in Athletics in Berlin, Germany Włodarczyk set a world record with a throw of 77.96 metres (255 ft 9 in).[2] Her season ended prematurely when she twisted her left ankle during her celebration.[3]

    She recovered and returned to competition with a performance at the Meeting Grand Prix IAAF de Dakar in April 2010 and she easily won her event with a throw of 75.13 m.[4] In excellent form, she then proceeded to break her existing world record with a 78.30 m hammer throw at the Enea Cup in Bydgoszcz on 6 June 2010.[5] She won the bronze at the 2010 European Athletics Championships and was ranked second overall for the season in the IAAF Hammer Throw Challenge, finishing behind Betty Heidler.[6] She finished outside of the medals at the 2011 World Championships in Athletics, coming fifth overall.

    At the start of her 2012 season, she came third at the Ostrava Golden Spike and runner-up at the Prefontaine Classic.[7]

    Nadine Müller (born 21 November 1985) is a German discus thrower.

    She was born in Leipzig. As a teenager she won the silver medal at the 2003 European Junior Championships and the bronze medal at the 2004 World Junior Championships. Her personal best throw as a junior was 57.85 metres, achieved in May 2004 in Wiesbaden.[1]

    She improved gradually to 59.35 metres in May 2005 and 62.93 metres in May 2007, both in Halle. She competed at the 2007 World Championships, but without reaching the final. In May 2009 she improved to 63.46 metres in a meet in Wiesbaden. She finished fourth at the 2009 European Team Championships, Super League, and sixth at the 2009 World Championships.[1]

    She started the 2010 season well by setting a new personal best – having already won gold at the 2010 European Cup Winter Throwing competition, she used her last throw of the contest to push her limits and threw a best of 64.30 m.[2] She threw even further a few months later, winning at the 15th Throwers Cup in Wiesbaden with a world leading mark of 67.78 m.[3]

    Lena Urbaniak (b. October 31, 1992) - The German athlete specialised in the shot put.

    First international success was winning, in summer 2009, world championship gold medals juniors. In 2010, she was eleventh in the world junior championships, and in 2011 was European champion junior. In 2013, she won bronze Junior European Championships in Tampere.

    Gold medalist Germany.

    Bests: stadium - 17.84 (July 26, 2014, Ulm); hall - 17,79 (February 21, 2015, Karlsruhe