Dana Zatopkova, 1952 Olympic Games Champion, celebrates her 95th birthday!

Dana Zatopkova (19 September 1922 (age 94) Fryštát, Czechoslovakia) 1952 gold, 1960 silver olympic medalis in javelin throw, happily says hello to every javelin thrower in the world!!

 

in 2007

 

PRAHA (CZE): Special day for legendary Dana Zatopkova. The Czech 1952 Olympic winner in javelin celebrated her 95th birthday. Her late husband was another legend, the multiple olympic winner Emil Zatopek, he would be also 95 on the same day. Zatopkova visited his grave during the weekend in Roznov pod Radhostem. She also spoke to Czech media and confirmed “Im happy I have good friends around, they are helping me with the problems and situations coming with my age. But I had a very interesting life.”.

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Adriana Vilagoš 60.05m with 400gr javelin – New Serbian Record for 13 years age group!

September 9, 2017 / Serbia

Adriana Vilagoš (2004) kept going over the summer and arrived to the new national record with 400gr javelin!  The new mark for the 13 years old girls is 60.05m!

Learn more about Adriana – LINK

TURBOJAV TRAINING PROGRAMS FOR KIDS – LINK

One of the best training tools for Javelin Throw is  TURBOJAV

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JOHANNES VETTER IS VOTED FOR THE ATHLETE OF THE YEAR AWARD!

Would the 2017 World Champion be the ONE?  94.44m

A few facts about this year’s season:

– 5 of the 10 best competitions worldwide
– 5 competitions over 89 m
– 3 competitions over 90 m
– a total of 7 litters over 90 m
– first DM title
– German record
– first world championship title
– Place 2 in the eternal world highscores
– average of all 18 competitions-88,03 m
(Average 2016-82,74 m)

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European Kids Athletics Games 2017 Results

Brno, Czech Republic / September 11-13 2017.

The 12th European Kids Athletics Games was in this week in Brno.  The 14-15 years age groups competition was a nice season end event!

Javelin Throw 14 years old boys Medal Ceremony

The Winners of Age groups:

Boys 14: (600gr)  51.29m Szabolcs Némethy BUDAPEST 13 Feb 03

Boys 15 (600gr)  61.64m Cakss Artis LJCLA 25 Jan 02,

Girls 14 (500gr)  38.89m Julie Smetanová PORUB 11 Feb 03

Girls 15 (500gr) 48.59m Sabine Marksa SMILT, 6 Jun 02,

 

JAVELIN THROW RESULTS

Javelin Throw 600g 2003 Boys – Final

1 552 Szabolcs Némethy BUDAP 13 Feb 03 28 51.29 51.29 49.80 46.99 48.43 – 44.81
2 566 Jakub Kopeček BYACB 5 Nov 03 26 46.30 46.30 45.10 44.18 41.69 41.11 40.11
3 18 Dušan Vodička ACJAB 9 Jun 03 24 42.27 37.21 X 42.27 41.81 41.37 33.49
4 749 Filips Seinass LIMBA 18 Mar 03 21 41.48 38.40 37.65 41.48 40.44 38.43 39.77
5 390 Martin Skoták AKEZK 25 Oct 03 22 40.91 32.00 33.12 40.91 36.54 36.75 37.31
6 380 Václav Kratochvíl AKEZK 6 Mar 03 23 40.18 38.80 37.25 40.18 37.89 X X
7 Ricards Daniels Tomass LJCLA 5 Aug 03 25 40.07 39.78 37.91 39.59 39.10 36.76 40.07
8 1413 Marek Štrympl USKUL 15 Mar 03 15 39.39 38.94 29.57 39.39 28.57 33.21 30.39
9 24 Luděk Čumpelík MOSBR 24 Apr 03 27 38.85 38.33 38.85 38.11
10 879 David Jaanson LEKSI 6 Jul 03 17 34.82 33.62 26.66 34.82
11 16 Štěpan Schubert ACJAB 21 Jul 03 20 33.77 33.77 29.46 X
12 714 Oliver Štefan KRYHA 28 Sep 03 14 33.72 33.17 31.15 33.72
13 818 Alexandr Čača ORELV 14 Jul 03 13 33.41 30.05 X 33.41
14 1320 Radim Janů SVITA 11 Apr 03 19 33.08 33.08 29.37 29.44
15 1040 Tomáš Mencl SODKR 30 Aug 03 12 31.35 30.11 X 31.35
16 35 Michal Kadeřábek MOSBR 2 May 03 11 28.71 27.68 24.47 28.71
17 21 Cyril Žerava ACJAB 15 Mar 03 18 27.80 X 27.80 25.81
18 1184 Martin Šustr CECCB 1 Jan 03 5 26.93 26.93 25.32 X
19 932 Vojtěch Honzíček SKPNB 18 Nov 03 10 25.93 25.93 21.53 X
20 1305 Jiří Adamec VLASI 31 Jan 03 7 24.67 23.80 18.75 24.67
21 906 Vojtěch Ježek ZIROV 18 Dec 03 3 23.85 22.97 23.85 –
22 1423 Lauris Krists Lusis VALKA 17 Oct 03 8 23.54 20.17 23.54 21.06
23 945 Jiří Šantavý SKPNB 23 Jan 03 2 23.15 23.15 22.70 22.88
24 683 Piotr Pulnar TRZEB 13 Feb 03 16 22.51 X 15.92 22.51
25 924 Jan Bürger SKPNB 8 Jun 03 9 21.32 17.34 21.32 –
26 1038 Jan Bukovksý SODKR 30 Sep 03 6 20.35 20.35 19.38 09.27
27 1468 Vojtěch Pácal SKPNB 18 Jun 03 1 17.30 17.25 17.30 X
28 943 Jakub Stehlík SKPNB 26 Aug 03 4 14.53 14.40 14.34 14.53

 

Javelin Throw 600g 2002 Boys – Final

1 718 Cakss Artis LJCLA 25 Jan 02 19 61.64 57.51 59.73 59.94 61.64 59.04 60.05
2 6 František Doubek ACJAB 4 Apr 02 16 59.66 59.66 57.31 55.79 X 53.64 55.84
3 961 Davis Krauklis SMILT 10 Apr 02 18 56.98 55.15 X 55.30 56.98 X 53.69
4 598 Miroslav Špicar DCOST 10 Jun 02 14 51.10 50.13 51.10 X 46.81 X –
5 769 David Mittelbach BEROU 3 Nov 02 13 48.88 41.85 48.02 48.88 44.79 47.21 46.23
6 1232 Jakub Dudáš KOLIN 23 Jan 02 15 46.72 45.20 43.17 X 45.36 45.70 46.72
7 753 Miks Gustavs Šalmis LIMBA 25 Nov 02 12 42.27 X 41.64 42.27 39.16 40.38 39.86
8 1139 Ondřej Tomáš USORL 6 Jan 02 11 37.86 37.76 35.91 36.18 36.99 X 37.86
9 1244 Tomáš Konvalina KOLIN 4 Aug 02 8 36.09 36.09 33.30 34.51
10 358 Václav Čečrle BILIN 29 Nov 02 5 36.03 25.08 35.98 36.03
11 449 Ondřej Lenhart AKSTE 28 May 02 10 31.96 X 24.68 31.96
12 614 Sandis Šaškovs IECAV 23 Jan 02 9 31.89 25.74 28.33 31.89
13 1420 Aleksandrs Filipovičs VALKA 28 Nov 02 3 28.34 X 28.34 26.55
14 1191 Vojtěch Kloud HKRAL 11 Feb 02 2 25.31 24.24 25.31 21.50
15 783 Alastair Fava MALTA 15 Feb 02 6 22.91 21.07 22.91 X
16 817 David Celý ORELV 2 Oct 02 4 22.52 22.52 X X
17 437 Kryštof Axman AKSTE 30 Oct 02 1 22.51 22.51 16.73 19.83

Javelin Throw 500g 2003 Girls – Final

1 490 Julie Smetanová PORUB 11 Feb 03 30 38.89 31.21 28.51 32.39 34.27 38.89 33.52
2 841 Uliana Korobcova SHUYA 11 Apr 03 28 36.99 33.35 36.97 31.74 34.17 34.94 36.99
3 721 Vestarta Elva LJCLA 8 Dec 03 36 35.12 33.74 33.42 35.12 34.29 34.84 X
4 1290 Tereza Lišková VELME 19 Aug 03 31 34.52 30.17 30.01 28.93 29.23 30.63 34.52
5 717 Annika Elizabet Upite LJCLA 24 Oct 03 35 33.17 33.17 30.57 32.41 X 32.58 X
6 981 Katrina Klava ARKAD 28 Jul 03 33 32.26 32.26 X X 31.34 31.75 32.01
7 329 Michaela Vlčková SLAPR 22 Feb 03 29 30.70 28.99 30.70 29.45 27.96 29.94 30.07
8 10 Kateřina Kadavá ACJAB 3 Jun 03 32 28.56 X 27.10 28.56 X X X
9 300 Jitka Menclová STRZE 11 Jun 03 19 27.97 27.97 23.92 X
10 1415 Beata Kaplanová USKUL 15 Feb 03 25 27.65 27.65 26.70 26.42
11 1142 Sára Dočekalová LIAZJ 16 May 03 34 27.42 26.91 X 27.42
12 1201 Amélie Voříšková HKRAL 20 Aug 03 12 25.27 22.48 25.27 23.57
13 1036 Sára Erbenová SODKR 8 Dec 03 24 25.25 24.34 19.81 25.25
14 810 Lucia Martincová POVBY 4 Dec 03 18 25.11 25.11 25.11 24.48
15 1241 Natálie Olivová KOLIN 15 Apr 03 27 24.77 23.46 24.77 24.68
16 1387 Mona El-Kayssi TRIKV 3 Jul 03 23 24.62 24.62 22.42 23.41
17 857 Romana Maděřičová ATHUS 9 Feb 03 21 23.38 21.14 21.86 23.38
18 634 Marta Klobásová JACBR 17 Apr 03 17 23.04 23.04 22.58 20.39
19 868 Adéla Stehlíková ATHUS 13 May 03 14 22.90 18.92 22.90 20.00
20 835 Rebecca Szabo OLYPR 2 Sep 03 16 22.36 22.36 X 17.45
21 1315 Nikola Štiková VLASI 6 Feb 03 22 21.56 21.56 20.49 17.32
22 781 Mireya Cassar MALTA 6 Apr 03 20 21.50 21.50 17.70 X
23 215 Kateřina Špačková AKOLY 5 Sep 03 4 19.73 19.73 16.34 16.26
24 1192 Tereza Králíčková HKRAL 20 Dec 03 11 19.64 15.99 19.64 –
25 322 Nela Pernicová BLANS 29 Dec 03 1 19.49 17.12 14.38 19.49
26 828 Iveta Trojancová ORELV 16 Jan 03 8 18.88 16.44 15.58 18.88
27 371 Nela Drozdová AKEZK 19 Apr 03 6 18.87 18.87 17.72 18.48
28 382 Ivana Máchová AKEZK 13 Sep 03 3 16.45 14.71 15.97 16.45
29 656 Lucie Šarafínová JACBR 21 Sep 03 7 16.37 16.37 12.88 12.67
30 376 Adéla Hrnčárková AKEZK 24 Mar 03 2 14.81 X 11.55 14.81
31 1397 Klára Markofová TRIKV 11 Nov 03 15 12.30 12.22 X 12.30
32 678 Ewa Kowal TRZEB 23 Dec 03 9 11.54 11.54 X X
33 73 Tereza Vrátná MOSBR 31 Mar 03 5 10.74 08.61 09.62 10.74

 

Javelin Throw 500g 2002 Girls – Final

1 965 Sabine Marksa SMILT 6 Jun 02 28 48.59 42.90 48.28 42.92 48.59 46.30 43.17
2 1314 Alice Přibylová VLASI 5 Dec 02 23 41.27 26.93 X 30.80 38.79 X 41.27
3 474 Eliška Kotkolíková PORUB 4 Mar 02 24 40.84 38.81 36.42 37.64 40.18 38.77 40.84
4 672 Ieva Stepina KANDA 14 May 02 25 39.39 X 39.06 36.59 39.39 39.36 X
5 951 Petra Hanuliaková TRENC 24 Jun 02 27 38.56 38.18 X X 38.56 X X
6 244 Hana Hájková AKMTR 26 Apr 02 26 36.45 36.45 34.90 X 33.84 36.44 X
7 1306 Lucie Bartůšková VLASI 14 Jul 02 16 32.90 30.67 32.90 29.87 30.12 31.78 29.10
8 229 Neža Fister RADOV 14 Jul 02 14 30.90 30.90 X X X 28.94 X
9 1371 Marie Svozilová TJVME 6 Feb 02 22 30.14 24.96 28.98 30.14
10 1131 Adéla Savarová OTROK 17 Apr 02 17 29.76 29.76 X X
11 805 Michaela Hozáková POVBY 19 Oct 02 21 29.27 27.18 29.27 X
12 639 Adrea Letochová JACBR 31 May 02 15 28.56 27.25 28.56 21.17
13 352 Michaela Horváthová AHAVY 15 Mar 02 19 27.49 26.37 X 27.49
14 89 Veronika Štěpánková VMYTO 11 Nov 02 12 27.27 26.68 26.72 27.27
15 1407 Bianca Vasilache TSGOH 7 Jan 02 4 26.72 X X 26.72
16 1117 Barbora Malá DVKRA 21 Apr 02 10 26.30 24.49 26.30 X
17 219 Adriana Mášová AKOLY 31 May 02 13 23.82 X 23.82 X
18 209 Valerie Janků AKOLY 4 Sep 02 11 23.66 23.66 22.97 22.01
19 20 Simona Weberová ACJAB 15 Jan 02 18 23.16 X 23.16 20.45
20 832 Viktorie Macháčková OLYPR 6 Nov 02 6 22.99 22.99 X 21.91
21 647 Lucie Pařízková JACBR 4 Mar 02 2 22.71 22.71 21.92 21.17
22 1289 Denisa Čejková VELME 23 Jun 02 8 21.80 21.80 21.32 X
23 353 Anna Kalincová AHAVY 19 Jul 02 20 21.05 21.05 19.20 20.27
24 627 Klára Havlíčková JACBR 20 Sep 02 1 20.28 20.28 X X
25 280 Juliana Lacková AKKOS 18 May 02 7 19.19 14.43 19.19 18.05
26 616 Nela Blažková JACBR 6 Oct 02 5 17.27 16.07 17.27 16.43

 

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THOMAS RÖHLER’S TOP TIPS FOR JAVELIN THROWERS ON HOW TO AVOID INJURY

HOW TO AVOID INJURY: OLYMPIC JAVELIN CHAMPION THOMAS RÖHLER’S TOP TIPS by Olympic.org news

Like most elite athletes, Thomas Röhler has battled through his share of nagging injuries. However, the 25-year-old German Olympic javelin champion attributes much of his sporting success to managing to stay mostly injury free throughout his career.

Javelin throwers require core and upper body strength along with agility and athleticism. Building momentum in their approach, world-class competitors release the 2.6-metre long javelin at speeds approaching 115 km/h (71mph).

Power and intensity are essential, but without the proper strength and flexibility, javelin throwers are prone to injury. The event’s explosive and sudden motions add to the risk factor.

Röhler won a gold medal at the Olympic Games Rio 2016 with a clutch throw of 90.30 metres on his fifth attempt, narrowly missing Andreas Thorkildsen’s Olympic record of 90.57m.

Here, he provides his five tips for athletes to avoid injuries.

Listen to your body
“Listen to your body from the beginning of what you’re doing in sport. You need to learn to read the signs your body gives you in terms of pain, in terms of needs, in terms of food and in giving feedback to your coach.”

Let your coach know how you are feeling
“It’s important as a young athlete not to hide the problems. Your coach should have the overall structure; he should have the whole picture because if he only sees you and you don’t tell him, he only has half the picture. It’s important to give good feedback and find the right words for him regarding your training.”

Sleep well
“It doesn’t mean that you need to sleep a lot, but you need to sleep well. You need to be 100 per cent awake when it comes to performance. Everybody should understand this. You should go to sleep when you feel it and not when others decide for you to go to sleep.”

Be focused
“Most injuries happen when you’re not focused and not concentrating on what you want to do. For example, we look for gymnastic movements that are whole body movements, involving lots of movements in a really short period of time. Javelin is a really risky event and it’s important to focus on these seconds and minutes.”

Give your body a chance to rest
“In my opinion, and from talking to other international athletes, it is sometimes more important to have a deliberate rest, rather than having a hard training session, especially in-season.

“Some athletes think they need to train all day and keep going really close to the competitions to have their best results, but we found out it is more important to listen to the body, give it a chance to rest and relax the muscles.

“The mental side is also really important. If I throw every day, my mind will get bored of the javelin and I don’t want that. Be prepared. Prepare yourself by resting.”

 

 

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