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¶'09 WC wHT: Anita Wlodarczyk (Poland) 255-9 (77.96)

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  • Powell
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    Originally posted by pela2
    Wlodarczyk obviously twisted her ankle when celebrating her WR. :?
    She'll probably feel $160k is enough of a compensation for the injury

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  • croflash
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    Originally posted by bhall
    Originally posted by croflash
    NR for Heidler in the last attempt, 77.12

    She is really enjoying the moment, maybe even more than the title two years ago because she grew up in Berlin.
    Excellent series.
    She also improved her previous mark four times, has that ever happened before in a competition of this magnitude ?

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  • bhall
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    Originally posted by croflash
    NR for Heidler in the last attempt, 77.12

    She is really enjoying the moment, maybe even more than the title two years ago because she grew up in Berlin.
    Excellent series.

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  • NormZylstra
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    Poland wins multiple throwing medals. Do they have national coach steering this program? Do any of the medalists share a coach or training site?

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  • croflash
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    NR for Heidler in the last attempt, 77.12

    She is really enjoying the moment, maybe even more than the title two years ago because she grew up in Berlin.

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  • NormZylstra
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    Originally posted by Omega4ul
    I doubt the Germans are ready for 77 yet.
    6th round 77m for the German. Who knew?

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  • knockout
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    Originally posted by Omega4ul
    Originally posted by pela2
    Wlodarczyk obviously twisted her ankle when celebrating her WR. :?
    I am pretty sure she did! When she walked away from her coach he had a very disgusted look on his face. That really SUCKS! She should be safe though. I doubt the Germans are ready for 77 yet.
    Yes she is sitting with it wrapped in ice looking very sorry for herself!!!

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  • croflash
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    Hrasnova into third, don't think Klaas can counter that.

    Heidler improves to 76.44m.

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  • Omega4ul
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    Originally posted by pela2
    Wlodarczyk obviously twisted her ankle when celebrating her WR. :?
    I am pretty sure she did! When she walked away from her coach he had a very disgusted look on his face. That really SUCKS! She should be safe though. I doubt the Germans are ready for 77 yet.

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  • pela2
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    Wlodarczyk obviously twisted her ankle when celebrating her WR. :?

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  • knockout
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    Originally posted by croflash
    Great series for Heidler, all three attempts over 75m, but it's still a good way to Wlodarczyk.
    The Polish having a great championship...

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  • croflash
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    Great series for Heidler, all three attempts over 75m, but it's still a good way to Wlodarczyk.

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  • knockout
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    Originally posted by croflash
    WR for Wlodarczyk, 77.96m!
    Great throw!!!!!

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  • croflash
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    WR for Wlodarczyk, 77.96m!

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  • croflash
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    And 75.10m for Heidler

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