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What would you do when you only have 100 days before going into the greatest final in Doha? Who has the best worl play book for making the final and winning the championship? Health, performance peaking, feeling 100% in early October!! Yes, no one has yet the experience of a very long season!! So, we all learn how to manage a long season!!
Magnus Kirt ( 10 April 1990) is the best thrower in the world with left handed throw of 90.61m! What a performance from the Estonian javelin thrower who ages like the best red wine! The 191cm and 87kg thrower also holds the Estonian record.
Seasonal bests by year
2009 – 72.97
2010 – 71.41
2011 – 70.07
2012 – 76.97
2013 – 79.82
2014 – 79.70
2015 – 86.65
2016 – 84.47
2017 – 86.06
2018 – 89.75
2019 – 90.61
June 9, 2019 / Rehlingen, Germany
After Offenburg, before Oslo, Andreas Hofmann got further with his WL throw of 89.65m!! Next, Oslo DL where the 90m target may be a must for the winning throw.
June 7-8, 2019 / Jena, Germany
The previous JenJavelin Javelin Festival’s winner was Andreas Hofmann who prevented RIO 2016 Olympic Champion Thomas Röhler for winning in his Hometown. This year the 4th Jenaer Speerwurf-Festival on Saturday in the Oberaue, the local hero won his third victory with 82.56m, in the women’s competition Tatsiana Khaladovich won by 62,93m.
With a lot of applause Thomas Röhler (LC Jena) was the last participant in his “own court” to be greeted by the spectators. The European champion led the world class field. A rather gusty headwind moved over the facility, with which the athletes had their difficulties. Also Thomas Röhler needed something to arrive in the competition. He finished the first three attempts with 77.11 meters. And then came the fourth attempt, in which he increased to 82.56 meters and took over the top position. He did not hand it over until the very end.
Although the Pole Cyprian Mrzyglod drove in the sixth attempt with 82.31 meters very close to the winnings. Third was Kim Amb (Sweden, 81.69 m).
Christin Hussong (LAZ Zweibrücken) was leading until the final round, the European champion had been in the lead with 62.40 meters. On the final stretch, Belarussian Tatsiana Khaladovich snatched her 62.93 meters away. The women also struggled with the difficult wind conditions. “That was already very, very difficult to throw today. One did not know how the wind is at the height where we throw. From there until I’m really satisfied with my 62.40 meters, “said the 25-year-old from Zweibrücken. “The third place went to the Indian Annu Rani (60.46 m).