shot put


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shot put

1. an athletic event in which contestants hurl or put a heavy metal ball or shot as far as possible
2. a single put of the shot
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Fixture Five: Ruaridh Lang (Morpeth) under-17 discus (46:08m); Lucy Giles (Gateshead) under-15 shot put (10:33m).
Huddersfield athlete Aran Thomas was a triple champion at the Yorkshire Championships, at shot put, discus and javelin
At one point, Stuart was seen being instructed by shot put SEAG medalist Arniel Ferrera how to make adjustments.
Sadi Sutton won the shot put and Clare Baker won the discus for Monroe.
But there was only shame for shot put pair Jamie Stevenson and Kieren Kelly, both banned for two years for violating anti-doping rules.
However, the difference between superstar status and also-ran status can be a fraction of a second in running events and only millimeters in field events such as the long jump and shot put.
Summary: The world's oldest female athlete has won a gold medal and broken a world record in the shot put at the World Masters Games.
Saugus' Daniel Swarbrick was also a two-event finalist, taking fifth in the shot put (58-4) and discus throw (181-2).
HOW: Ranked #1 in the nation in the shot put and #4 in the discus throw.
Adam Nelson won the shot put event at the recent 2004 Olympic trials and won the silver medal at the 2000 Olympics.
With the Doha 2015 IPC Athletics World Championships in full swing and as world records continue to fall in the incredible competition, Team Qatar's Sara Masoud aims to mimic her success in the 2014 Asian Para-Games where she won a gold medal in shot put F33.
Borovskeho Elementary School - Modernization of existing outdoor area (jogging track, long jump, multipurpose playing surface, shot put, additional internal surfaces, multifunctional playground, vnitroareEilove board fencing, paved surfaces).