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¶09 WC mHT: Primož Kozmus (Slovenia) 265-3 (80.84)

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  • #16
    Litvinov now up to 75.88m, that should be enough to get in.

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    • #17
      Now Pars drops to 6th!!!

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      • #18
        Pars is safe, but Vizzoni and Charfreitag are both out.
        Było smaszno, a jaszmije smukwijne...

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        • #19
          73.72 making the top 8 in the WCh final... That's pretty pathetic, TBH.
          Było smaszno, a jaszmije smukwijne...

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          • #20
            The bullet has been dodged. Now for an 80+???

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            • #21
              Pars improves to 77.45 and goes into 3rd.
              Było smaszno, a jaszmije smukwijne...

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              • #22
                Finally, the first 80 meters of the day - Kozmus 80.15 in round 5.
                Było smaszno, a jaszmije smukwijne...

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                • #23
                  Pars out of the medals :!: :shock: Zagornyi overtakes him in the final round with 78.09.
                  Było smaszno, a jaszmije smukwijne...

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                  • #24
                    Well, with that final throw Kozmus showed he was a deserving winner. 80.84 SB.

                    Great silver for ZióÅ‚kowski, who maintained the trend of medalling in every other edition of the WCh and completes the set. He already had a gold from 2001 and bronze from 2005.

                    Overall, though, the competition was of an even lower standard than expected. 78.09 is the shortest medal-winning distance since Montreal, I believe (excluding LA 1984).
                    Było smaszno, a jaszmije smukwijne...

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                    • #25
                      If someone would have told me two weeks ago that Germany gets 5-6 in this final I'd taken it without asking. But after this awful competition, it's a pity Esser couldn't pull it together, he was robbed by Annus, Tikhon and Devyatovsky some place and medal in previous years and now it's at discount level and he can't grab it.
                      That must be the nadir of the whole WC.

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                      • #26
                        1 1036 Primož Kozmus SLO 80.84 (SB)
                        2 925 Szymon Ziólkowski POL 79.30 (SB)
                        3 1025 Aleksey Zagornyi RUS 78.09
                        4 606 Krisztián Pars HUN 77.45
                        5 556 Sergej Litvinov GER 76.58
                        6 533 Markus Esser GER 76.27
                        7 289 András Haklits CRO 76.26
                        8 197 Pavel Kryvitski BLR 76.00
                        9 653 Nicola Vizzoni ITA 73.70
                        10 1067 Libor Charfreitag SVK 72.63
                        11 1103 Dilshod Nazarov TJK 71.69
                        1024 Igor Vinichenko RUS NM

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                        • #27
                          Congrats to Olympic and World Chapion - Primoz Kozmus

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                          • #28
                            VIDEO: Primoz Kozmus World Champion 80.84m

                            Congrats again

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                            • #29
                              And of course Dwight was in fine form again, misstating the size of the hammer ring.

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                              • #30
                                Does anyone know of a reason for the low throws (and not the old drug testing - don't need to know). Guys like Chartfrieg, Pars, Esser are long term big meet campaigners, but were off. Was it very cold, slick circle any ideas ?????

                                Next, we may have had a glimpse of the future, especially if young Litvinov does not have to chase 84m throws. Looked younger than 23, should get stronger (in hammer).

                                If we are now living with 78m gets medals, Jake Freeman and Walter Henning, look much more promising (and AG Kruger )
                                " we all overtrain" Pat Casey to George Frenn

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