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  • tafnut21
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    >Excuse me, Mike, but Yuriy's WR throw was with 3 turns!

    Not being a hammer maven myself, who pioneered the 4-turn technique?

    Was it Litvinov?

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  • kuha
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    He uses the Byrds technique: Turn, Turn, Turn.

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  • Dale 3
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    Indeed it was. Several top throwers still use three turns.

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  • Kurt Francis
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    Excuse me, Mike, but Yuriy's WR throw was with 3 turns!

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  • mike renfro
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    The pat answer would be Euros '86, but I think that the OG '76 as a breakthrough was probably the most memorable. It signaled the end of the 3 turners.

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  • Roy 5
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    50 Next Year

    Happy 49th birthday today to Yuriy Syedikh. I was lucky enough to see him throw several times. What do you think was his best meet?
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