SILVER ARROW JAVELIN BRAND – WHY WOULD YOU CHOOSE IT?

Fall training has been started around the world in clubs and schools.  in some other geographical areas (e.g. Australia) season just kicked off.  Teachers, coaches and competitors are looking out for the best javelin deals from worldwide brands.  So, the questions comes that ‘ What sorts of javelin brand shell I choose, and for the best price/quality what would I end up buying?  What are the main brands besides Nordic, Nemeth, Polanik, OTE, Apollo, Getra, Astro, Alloy, Conqueror, Winex, Speerwerx?  The answer comes from China, the SILVER AROOW brand.

Silver Arrow javelin brand has been around for many years.  Who would choose their javelin lines?

The Silver Arrow javelin are made at Metals Javelin Factory Of Dingzhou, in Hebei, China (Mainland). The manufacturer and traiding compnay has been around since 1994.  The javelin made in all ranges from 400gr to 800gr are also allowed in international competition certified by IAAF.   Nordic Javelin Group is closely watching Silver Javelin lines (Köln/Germany 2017 Fall Sport Expo), since their javelins are very much look alike with Nordic Carbon javelins.  Be aware that the Silver Javelins are made mostly of aluminium.

 

In some sites, such as Alibaba, we can read that the company can assure 5000 javelins per month sales, so anyone in almost anytime can buy javelins for a whole community!!

 

Although most of the javelins are made for educational purposes, the company may target the high-end level aluminimum and carbon javelins in the future.  If anyone wants to buy the branded javelin, they should visit their local sports-equipment dealer and see whether the quality is suitable for the intended training sessions.

For the company product line, manufacturing info you may visit the the following link in Alibaba site – LINK

 

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VETTER FOCUSES ON EA CHAMPIONSHIP 2018 IN BERLIN!

Vetter is aiming for success in Berlin after breakthrough season / By European Athletics

The excitement is growing day-by-day ahead of the Berlin 2018 European Athletics Championships which is part of the inaugural multi-sport European Championships and the four winners at the Golden Tracks in Vilnius, Lithuania will all be aiming for more medals to add to their collections next summer.

Berlin will be staging the athletics programme and European Athletics President Svein Arne Hansen was already looking ahead in anticipation to the biennial event which begins in the Olympic Stadium on 7 August.

“We are already waiting to go to Berlin and I can say that on behalf of everyone in the room – Berlin will be fantastic! We have the athletes, we have invited the European world champions and they all said they are going to be in Berlin and that is the most important thing for us – the athletes,” said President Hansen.

Three world champions scooped up four of the main awards on Saturday night including Johannes Vetter, who won the world javelin title in London. Nobody has launched the javelin further than Vetter in the past 21 years and he too cannot wait for Berlin after being named the male European Athlete of the Year.

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JOHANNES VETTER IS THE KING OF ATHLETES IN EUROPE FOR 2017!

World javelin champion Johannes Vetter  (ETSV Offenburg) from Germany has been crowned male European Athlete of the Year at the Golden Tracks in Vilnius!

On Saturday evening, the European Association EAA voted “Light Athletes of the Year” 2017 at the “Golden Tracks Gala” in Vilnius (Lithuania). In the men, the choice fell on javelin World Champion Johannes Vetter, among the women on Ekaterina Stefanidi.

The highly anticipated decision has fallen: the European Association EAA announced on Saturday in Vilnius the winners of the election to “European Athletes of the Year”. In the men javelin world champion Johannes Vetter prevailed. Nominated for the Top Three were also 200-meter world champion Ramil Guliyev (Turkey) and ten-fighter world champion Kevin Mayer (France).

In the case of women, the decision was made without German participation. It won the Pole Vault World Champion Ekaterini Stefanidi (Greece). After the first round of the European Cup, Maria Kuchina (a neutral Russian flag), Anita Wlodarczyk (Poland, Hammerwurf) and Nafissatou Thiam (Belgium, Siebenkampf) were among the top four.

Other news / Johannes Vetter: “Auszeichnung als erster deutscher Athlet eine besondere Ehre” – LINK

 

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WHAT IF BUDAPEST ORGANIZES THE IAAF WORLD CHAMPIONSHP IN 2023?

During the 2017 IAAF World Athletics Championship Hungary raised its hand to be a potential organiser of the 2023 IAAF World Athletics Chapionship!

And now, Budapest has emerged as the clear favourite to host the 2023 International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) World Championships after it was revealed that a country from Africa will wait until 2025 to bid for the sport’s flagship event.

The Hungarian capital had already opened discussions with the IAAF about staging the Championships but there was growing support for Nairobi after the Kenyan capital staged a highly successful IAAF World Under-18 Championships earlier this year.

Budapest two weeks ago introduced the new Athletic Stadium that would be the center stage for the IAAF 2023 event.  A stadium that would serve only the athletes, no soccer!

Lord Sebastian Coe discusses ideas with Márton Gyulai for the 2023 IAAF World Athletics Chapionship

Miklós Németh – Olympic Champion of 1976 Montreal Olympic Games

 

 

History

The next championship will be in Doha in 2019, then  Eugene in 2021 will be the first time consecutive editions of the IAAF World Championships have been held outside Europe.  This year’s event in London was the most successful in the history of the Championships.

More than 700,000 tickets were sold for the Championships – far exceeding the previous attendance record of 417,156 sold for the 2009 event in Berlin.  European Athletics President Svein Arne Hansen has been lobbying hard for the Championships to return to Europe in 2023.

BUDAPEST – The most beautiful capital of Central Europe

With returning to the Budapest stadium, the stadium would normally take 15 thousand visitors, that can be raised to a maximum 55 000 seats.  The development would end in 2020, way before the 2023 worldwide event would take place.

Budapest may be the next athletics destination for competitors and fans!

 

 

 

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JOHANNES VETTER IS VOTED FOR WORLD ATHLETE OF THE YEAR 2017

NOMINEES ANNOUNCED FOR WORLD ATHLETE OF THE YEAR 2017

by IAAF

This week marks the opening of the voting process for the 2017 World Athletes of the Year ahead of the IAAF Athletics Awards 2017 in Monaco on Friday 24 November.

The IAAF is pleased to confirm a list of 10 men and 10 women nominees who were selected by an international panel of athletics experts, comprising representatives from all six continental areas of the IAAF.

The nominees for 2017 World Athlete of the Year are:

Men
Mutaz Essa Barshim (QAT)
Pawel Fajdek (POL)
Mohamed Farah (GBR)
Sam Kendricks (USA)
Elijah Manangoi (KEN)
Luvo Manyonga RSA)
Omar McLeod (JAM)
Christian Taylor (USA)
Wayde van Niekerk (RSA)
Johannes Vetter (GER)

Women
Almaz Ayana (ETH)
Maria Lasitskene (ANA)
Hellen Obiri (KEN)
Sally Pearson (AUS)
Sandra Perkovic (CRO)
Brittney Reese (USA)
Caster Semenya (RSA)
Ekaterini Stefanidi (GRE)
Nafissatou Thiam (BEL)
Anita Wlodarczyk (POL)

A three-way voting process will determine the finalists.

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