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    Konrad Bukowiecki (born 17 March 1997) is a Polish athlete competing primarily in the shot put.[1] He won the gold medal at the 2014 World Junior Championships and at the 2014 Summer Youth Olympics. In addition, he currently holds the junior indoor world record with the 6 kg implement, as well as world youth indoor bests with the 6 kg and 5 kg implements. In his debut at the senior level competition, he finished sixth at the 2015 European Indoor Championships with the European absolute best with the 7.26 kg shot.

    He is coached by his father, Ireneusz Bukowiecki, a former decathlete.

    David Storl (born 27 July 1990) is a German track and field athlete who specialises in the shot put. He was successful on the youth and junior athletics circuit, winning gold medals at the World Youth Championships and World Junior Championships. Storl won his first senior medal, a silver, at the 2011 European Athletics Indoor Championships.

    He held the world junior record of 22.73 m with the 6 kg shot. His personal best with the senior implement is 21.97 m.

    He won the gold medal at the shot put competition at the 2011 World Championships in Athletics, and the Silver Medal at the 2012 Summer Olympics.

    Storl is one of only nine athletes (along with Valerie Adams, Usain Bolt, Veronica Campbell-Brown, Jacques Freitag, Yelena Isinbayeva, Kirani James, Jana Pittman, and Dani Samuels) to win world championships at the youth, junior, and senior level of an athletic event.

    I am an Australian Throws Coach for Quensland athletics in Brisbane, Australia.

    I also coach for Hunter Sports High School as head coach and I have developed several World Junior athletes.

    My most famous athlete is my son Benn Harradine, currently Oceanian Record Holder, Olympian and participant of several World Championships.

    I'm a level 4 Australian coach of throws and I'm also a member of the Australian strength and conditioning association.

    I have coach at 2 Olympics, 2 World champs and 3 Commonwealth games

    Start Fitness are the UK's biggest dedicated retailer of Running Shoes and Sportswear, supplying branded products at discounted prices for over 15 years via our retail shops, mail order catalogues, and commercial website. We stand out from other retailers, in that we have been actively involved in the sport over the last 20 years through our involvement & support of race meetings throughout the UK and have a particularly high involvement in the North East. We are completely dedicated to your total satisfaction.

    We have over 8000 products in stock raging from Sports Shoes & Running Clothing to Cycles and Cycling Accessories at discounted prices, so you will always save on your purchase of Running Shoes an Sports Clothing.

    About Us

    For over 20 years, our dedication to quality and service has made First to the Finish the complete source for track and field. We have built our reputation on providing track and field coaches and athletes a reliable source for quality apparel, equipment, and accessories.

    First to the Finish Inc. History

    Mike Viano, founder and owner, began First to the Finish in the basement of his home. As an avid runner, Mike wanted to provide a service to track and field coaches and athletes. What started in a small basement has now grown into one of the three largest mail order businesses in the country dealing with track and field equipment and apparel. In the beginning, the word on First to the Finish got out by one page fliers, we now send out multiple catalogs including a 195 page full color catalog. We offer a full service website where you can review products and order online.

    Huge Inventory

    First to the Finish warehouses over 100,000 pairs of track and field spikes and training shoes for same day shipping. We are also one of the largest track and field equipment dealers in the country, putting us well above the competition. Most orders are shipped the same day and satisfaction is always guaranteed.

    Onsite Screening Capabilities

    We custom screen print and embroider all orders in house. This enables us to give you the best possible service with the fastest turnaround. Our talented screen print and graphic department are available to assist you with all your custom needs. We have gone to great lengths to make your custom purchase as easy as possible.

    Our #1 goal is service!

    Our friendly customer service reps are eager to serve your track and field needs. They can assist with all aspects of your order from selecting the best training shoe to ordering custom screening for your uniforms. With our computerized inventory and online order tracking, we provide you with the best customer service.

    After 20 years of servicing track and field coaches and athletes, First to the Finish can attribute its success to the strong relationships built with each customer. Our available inventory, friendly customer service, and commitment to quality makes us the best choice for all your team's track and field apparel and equipment needs.

    The Federal performance centre Kienbaum is situated in the sector of the municipality Kienbaum, about 35km east of Berlin. Existing houses and buildings were used as a recreation park since 17th September 1949.

    Already since 1951 the facility was used by athletes as a recreation place. On 24th June 1952 the whole real estate was officially given to the competitive sports as training facilities. At first it was only the natural conditions of the magnificent scenic location that made the training possible, but in the following decades the sports facilities were extended more and more. Training facilities that offer the best conditions for a lot of sports today developed.

    Between 1952 and 1990 the sports facilities were under the administration of the German gymnastics and sports union (DTSB) of the GDR. After the reunion of both German states the utilization of the complex for the training of competitive sports could be secured. Today responsible for the sports operation and also the catering is the "Trägerverein Bundesleistungszentrum Kienbaum e.V." . They coached a part of the German competitive athletes in preparation for the Olympic Games in Barcelona, Atlanta, Sydney and Athens.

    The association will also meet these purposes in the future. Therefore the sports centre Kienbaum received in1997 the status as a Federal performance centre ("Bundesleistungszentrum" (BLZ)). Since 1998, in arrangement with the Federal authorities, German Sports Union and the association, they started to redevelop the sports facilities and buildings step by step and build new facilities. With that the good training conditions for athletes here remain and will be extended in the future.

    In 2000 5 pavilions summary with 58 double rooms were newly built and meet modern requirements of a hotel facility. Last year the new three-field ball sports complex including a conference area and the sports medicine was finished, and in April 2002 the urgently needed athlete's hostel could be handed over to its destination after a short time of reconstruction. In 2003 the canoe centre, the boat house, a new body building room and the new Finnish Sauna were built.

    In August 1969, before there were shopping malls, mail-order megastores, and Niketown, Dick Pond Athletics was born.

    Dick Pond, an accomplished high school distance runner and All-American from WMU, wanted to offer quality running shoes at an affordable price and exceptional customer service. This remains our mission today, with our 5 retail locations, 4 travelling shoemobiles, and booming mail order business.

    Dick Pond Athletics is your one-stop destination for all of your running gear. We have a huge selection of running shoes, including trainers, racing flats, track and cross country spikes, field event shoes. We also have a great selection of track and cross country uniforms, including singlets, shorts, speedsuits, warm-ups, plus a huge line of accessories to outfit your team.

    Dick Pond Athletics also carries a huge line of Wrestling Products. From shoes to accessories, we have the latest wrestling gear to keep you in the match. Wrestlers can find a great selection of earguards, kneepads, shoes and apparel with competitive prices.

    India's biggest Manufacturer and Supplier of Athletics Track & Field Sports Equipment and Accessories. Manufacturing more than 2000+ products. An ISO 9001:2008 and SA 8000:2008 certified company. Awarded No. 1 by SGEPC for Highest Exports in Athletics Equipment (9th Award in a Row). We are exporting to 140+ countries including given below countries.

    Find the best Track and Field Equipment and Athletic Gear at Amber Sporting Goods. Amber Athletic Gear is a once stop shop for all your athletic gear needs from Track and Field to soccer training equipment. We pride ourselves in competitive pricing, quality gear and our amazing customer service.

    Calvert comes to Grand Canyon University as a leading throws coach, as his record of producing world class performances over the last 30 years stands out. Calvert spent the 2010-11 year at Monmouth University in New Jersey as volunteer throws coach. In New Jersey, Calvert coached many successful high school javelin throwers, including several javelin state champions. Many of the athletes he coached qualified and competed at the US Open Championships, Olympic Trials and Olympic Games.

    Calvert’s coaching background extends to all track and field events and he has 25 years of management experience. He graduated from the Public Venue Management School in Australia (VMA).

    Calvert is a Level 2 USATF Throws coach and Level 4 ATFCA Throws Coach, as well as an IAAF Lecturer in coaching courses.

    Rutger Smith (born July 9, 1981 in Groningen) is a Dutch track and field athlete competing in the shot put and discus throw. He was the first athlete to win medals at the World Championships in both events. He represented the Netherlands at the Summer Olympics in 2004, 2008 and 2012. His personal best of 21.62 m for the shot put is the Dutch national record.

    In his first international competition, he won a shot put and discus double at the 1999 European Athletics Junior Championships. At the 2000 World Junior Championships he won medals in both events, and he also competed in both events at the 2004 Olympics. In 2005 he won silver medals in shot put at the European Indoor Championships and World Championships. Two years later he won the bronze medal in the discus at the 2007 World Championships and narrowly missed a shot put medal with a fourth place finish.

    A series of back problems affected his throwing after he competed at the 2008 Beijing Olympics and he did not return to competition until April 2011.

    Since then he has competed at the 2012 Summer Olympics, and won a silver medal at the shot put in the 2012 European Championships.[ He also finished fourth in the men's discus at the same championships. This result was later upgraded to bronze after the disqualification of Zoltán Kővágó.

    Bourne Sports is one of the leading specialist sport stores in the country, in 2014 we will be celebrating 45 years of trading. Whether you require goods for sport, fitness or just your wellbeing we have a vast selection.

    The 10,000 sq foot selection is spread over two floors with specialist departments for many sports. You will find products from all the major sports brands as well as many unique and exceptional brands that you may not be familiar with. Our aim is to bring you the latest and most innovative sports products to help you improve your enjoyment and performance in your sport.

    Our staff are available to offer you advice and check you are making the right choices. In the Running department we have a treadmill with the latest video analysis software to help you choose the correct style of running shoes. You are even welcome to come for a run with us every Saturday 8:30am and well treat you to breakfast. We look forward to being of service to you very soon.

    Wierig grew up in Seehausen and visited from the seventh grade the sports high school in Magdeburg. Having initially concentrated on the hurdles, his coach Armin Lemme took him from 2000 up to the throwing area. Although he scored passable results in the shot put, turned out over time the discus throw as his strongest discipline.

    The discus Wierig was at the IAAF World Junior Championships in Athletics 2004 in Grosseto eight and won at the Junior European Championships 2005 Kaunaus and the Junior World Championships in 2006 in Beijing each the bronze medal. He triumphed in the U23 European Championships 2007 in Debrecen, finishing at the U23 European Championships 2009 in Kaunaus third.

    At the European Championships 2010 in Barcelona was Wierig seventh at the 2011 World Championships in Daegu as he missed 19 of the qualification place in the final.

    2012 won the Wierig Winterthrow European Cup in cash. However, he missed at the European Athletics Championships in Helsinki a place in the finals. Shortly before the Olympic Games in London, he increased his personal best to 68.33 m and finished in fourth place in the meantime the world annual leaderboard. [3] In the Championships even he was with 65,85 m sixth.

    At the World Championships 2013 in Moscow Wierig was having a width of 65.02 m fourth.