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  • #16
    Re: Hardee -elbow surgery

    But it's not just about JT practicing.... there's the training for SP, DT, and PV to consider too.

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    • #17
      Re: Hardee -elbow surgery

      Originally posted by dj
      It sounds like Hardee's surgery was Sept 17. The Decathlon Javelin will be August 9 next year.

      Washington Nationals pitcher Steven Strasburg (about four-and-a-half years younger than Hardee) underwent the same surgery on Sept 3 last year. His first minor league game this year was August 7, and his first major league game on Sept 6.

      Seems like Hardee is on a pretty tight schedule.

      On the plus side there have been circumstances when major league pitchers came back from the surgery and were throwing with greater veolocity than ever before.
      Indeed, Strasburg looked very good in his appearances this September.

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      • #18
        Re: Hardee -elbow surgery

        they put strasburg on a limited pitch count

        and will start so next year..

        is the jav all or nothing

        does throwing 100 feet entail same injury risk and throwing PR??

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        • #19
          Re: Hardee -elbow surgery

          that is not good news at all for trey. the usot are at the very end of june so that gives him a little over 9 months till he competes. i guess this means his focus in the early spring will be on the sprints and jumps. maybe he can do well enough in the other events to off set a subpar effort in the javelin at the usot. maybe he will be happy to finish second to ashton with a 8200-8300 effort and risk it all at the olympic games. or maybe the usatf should name him on the team. sorry that is on another thread !

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