Daniel Stahl World Lead 68.72m

Daniel Stahl rio

Swedish discus thrower Daniel Stahl took today the world lead with a massive 68.72m throw from SWE Championships held in Sollentuna. Daniel improved his previous PB by almost 2 meters (66.92m).

You can see video of the throw from SweThrows Facebook page.

Axel Härsdedt won the silver medal with 63.49m, followed by Benn Harradine 62.20m and Niklas Arrhenius 61.21m.

All together there are only 5 guys in the world this season, who have thrown over 68m - Daniel Stahl 68.72m, Christoph Harting 68.37m, Piotr Malachowski 68.15m, Robert Harting 68.04m and Fedrick Dacres 68.02m.

Philip Milanov wins in Lausanne


Discus throwers continued their Diamond Race in Lausanne, Switzerland. Philip Milanov won the meet with 65.61m, he was followed by Lukas Weisshaidinger 64.84m, Zoltan Kövago 64.52m, Robert Harting 63.12m, Robert Urbanek 62.83m, Piotr Malachowski 62.46m, Gerd Kanter 62.03m and Martin Kupper 61.93m. Surprisingly Rio bronze medalist Daniel Jasinski managed just 60.79m and 9th position.

After Lausanne, Piotr Malachowski has a massive lead at Diamond Race with 42 points and he is followed by Robert Urbanek 25 and Philip Milanov 22 points. Last Diamond League for discus guys will be held in Brussels on 9th September.

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Christop Harting is the new Olympic Champion

Christoph Harting

Men discus final was held today in Rio 2016 and it was a thrilling competiton from the start.

Olympic Champion from Beijing 2008 Gerd Kanter threw 65.10m in the first round, followed by Daniel Jasinski 65.77m also in opening round. Piotr Malachowski secured the lead with 67.32m.

Christoph Harting improved to 66.34m, Malachowski to 67.55m in the third round as well Jasinski to 66.08m.

And then things started to happen in the final round. Martin Kupper from Estonia threw 66.58m and took the 2nd position. He was followed by Daniel Jasinski who threw 67.05m and took the 2nd position. Christoph Harting entered the ring and threw a massive WL and PB of 68.37m. This gave him the Olympic title.


Malachowski wins the qualification in Rio2016


Rio 2016 men discus qualification was held today and Piotr Malachowski won it with 65.89m. Only 2 athletes surpassed the automatic qualification line of 65.50 - besides Malachowski it was Lukas Weissheidinger 65.86m.

They were followed by Christoph Harting 65.41m, Andrius Gudzius 65.41m, Gerd Kanter 64.02m, Mason Finley 63.68, Axwl Härstedt 63.58m, Apostolos Parelis 63.35m, Zoltan Kövago 63.34m, Martin Kupper 62.92m, Daniel Jasinski 62.89m and Philip Milanov 62.86m.

Final will be held tomorrow.

Zoltan Kövago wins in Székesfehérvár with SB 67.13m

Zoltan Kovago-2 - Berlin WCH Day 5

Gyulai István Memorial was held in Hungary yesterday and some great results were achieved there. Zoltan Kövago won with SB 67.13 and young Swedish thrower Daniel Stahl got second with a new Personal Best of 66.92m.

They were followed by Markus Münch 63.80m, Mauricio Ortega 63.77m, Gerd Kanter 63.44m, Rodney Brown 62.78m, Martin Kupper 62.27m and Janos Huszak 62.12m.

Piotr Malachowski European Champion 2016


European Championships final was held today in Amsterdam. Piotr Malachowski took the title with 67.06m.

Young Belgian thrower Philip Milanov took silver with 65.71m and third was the legendary Gerd Kanter with 65.27m. And that was 11th championships medal for Gerd Kanter - surpassing another legend Virgilijus Alekna in this list, who has 10 championships medals.

4th was Christoph Harting 65.13m, 5th Daniel Stahl 64.77m, 6th Zoltan Kövago 64.66m, 7th Martin Kupper 63.55m and 8th Daniel Jasinski 63.35m.




Best throws in 2016

Daniel Stahl
Christoph Harting
Piotr Malachowski
Robert Harting
Fedrick Dacres
Victor Hogan
Martin Wierig
Sam Mattis
Philip Milanov
Daniel Jasinski


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