by GT Managementin Daniel Stahl, Discus Throw, Mesud Pezer, Shot Put, Tim Nedow0 commentstags: 20m club, Olympic Games, Personal Best, Rio 2016, Season Best
Mesud Pezer the 22 year old from Bosnia Herzegovina qualified for the EC and OG today at the Steve Scott Invitational in Irvine, California. Mesud got second in the meet behind Tim Nedow, Canada that won the meet with an outdoor seasonal best of 20.88m. This performance by Mesud is amazing as he improved his outdoor PB last week to 20.00m from 19.99m last summer. Mesud improved his indoor PB many times this winter and ended up with 20.22m that was almost a meter farther than last winter. Today Mesud had for throws over 20m, 20.11, 20.58, 20.50 and 20.09. Mesud has been working extremely hard for this and is worth the ticket to Rio many times and we are all very happy for him. Tim looked very strong today and had many throws landing around the same distance, then went hard in the last one and fouled a throw around 70 feet, ca 21.32m or so. It is going great for him and we just keep on, remember that his outdoor PB is close, 20.98m. His indoor PB since this winter is 21.33m. Daniel Ståhl, Sweden was in a league on his own at his favorite place here in Irvine. […]
by GT Managementin Mesud Pezer, Shot Put, Tim Nedow0 commentstags: 20m club, 21m club, IAAF Indoor Tour, Personal Best
Tim Nedow went to the IAAF Indoor Tour meet in Stockholm on Wednesday knowing that if he would win the meet he would win the whole IAAF Indoor Tour as he also won in Karlsruhe two weeks ago when he had 20.89m that was enough to win. In Stockholm, Tim had the meet of his life. In the second round he put the shot 20.88m to take a comfortable lead in the competition. In the fourth round I threw a new PB 21.10m where he executed the throw easily in to an effortless throw. In the last one he went for it big time and threw a huge PB of 21.33m. This was a great win for Tim and definitely the highlight of his career so far. In five meets so far the results are outstanding 20.98m, 21.00m, 20.89m, 20.56m and 21.33m. The average is 20.95m that is world class. Tim broke the meet record and is seated third on the 2016 indoor IAAF world list in the event. Mesud Pezer broke the big 20m barrier twice in the meet in his first and third throw and his new indoor PB is now 20.01m and also his lifetime best as his […]
by GT Managementin Daniel Stahl, Discus Throw, Mesud Pezer, Shot Put, Tim Nedow0 commentstags: 20m club, IAAF Indoor Tour, Personal Best, Win
Tim Nedow competed today in Germany Karlsruhe at IAAF Indoor Tour meet. Tim achieved 20.89m in his last round and won the meet. This gave him the lead position also at Indoor World Tour rankings. Second was Andrei Gag from Romania PB 20.55m, third Frank Elemba NR 20.53m and they were followed by Tomas Štanek 20.18m, Borja Vivas 20.13m, Tobias Tahm 19.43m, Bodo Gröder 18.53m and Christian Jaguch 17.98m. Daniel Stahl competed yesterday at Botnia Games in Finland and won with a new indoor discus PB 61.09m. Daniel series was 60,32 61,09 59,59 59,93 X 57,12. Next week, Daniel will compete in Berlin at ISTAF Indoor. Second was a young discus talent from Iceland Gudni Valur Gudnason with 58,59m. And Mesud Pezer won the men shot put at Raka Sparet in Sweden with a new indoor PB 19.58m. Mesud will compete next in Estonia, Tartu on February 9th. Congratulations to all of our athletes! Written by Hans
by GT Managementin Shot Put, Tim Nedow0 commentstags: 20m club, Personal Best, World Lead
GT Management athlete Tim Nedow from Canada competed last week at BYU Fall Throwing meet in Provo, Utah. He won the meet with a new personal best indoors – an amazing new world lead 20.98m. Tim had a previous PB indoors 20.54m from early 2015 – now he beated that result on every throw in Provo. His series was: 20.57, 20.89, 20.77, 20.98, 20.87, 20.57. This performance is the same as his outdoor PB since 2014. This shows that Tim is already in his best shape ever and fall training has been going really well.
by GT Managementin Shot Put, Tim Nedow0 commentstags: 20m club, Pan American Games, Silver medal
Tim Nedow came in to the Pan American Games with the 6th best seasonal best of the 12 competitors that competed in Toronto and ended up second in the competition with a throw of 20.53m. Congratulations to Tim and his coach Vesteinn! Tim got a bronze in the Commonwealth Games last year and now in the Pan American Games he got silver, his season best 2015 is 20.76m. Check out results from here
by GT Managementin Daniel Stahl, Discus Throw, Kristo Galeta, Mesud Pezer, Shot Put, Tim Nedow0 commentstags: 20m club, 62m club, Season Best
GT Management athletes were competing yesterday in Sollentuna Sweden. The highlight of the evening was Tim Nedow win in shot put with a new seasonal best of 20.76m. That gives Tim 16th position at the world season list. Our athlete Mesud Pezer was second with 19.48m, Kristo Galeta third 18.79m, Daniel Stahl fourth 18.70m and Niklas Arrhenius fifth with 18.25m. Daniel Stahl won the men discus competition with a new season best 62.93m and that gives him 38th position at the world season list.
by GT Managementin Shot Put, Tim Nedow0 commentstags: 20m club, Diamond League
Another Diamond League meet was held today in Rome and Global Throwing Management athlete Tim Nedow achieved 20.15m and 6th position. David Storl won the meet with a good throw of 21.46m, Jordan Clarke 21.28m and Tomas Štanek third with 20.64m. Full results from here. Tim Nedow next competition is at Josef Odlozil Memorial in Prague on June 8th.
by GT Managementin Shot Put, Tim Nedow0 commentstags: 20m club
Tim Nedow competed today in the Kansas Relays in Lawrence, Kansas and was this his first outdoor meet this year. Tim threw the shot 20.51m that is a great opener and only 3cm away from his best meet indoors this year. Tim has an outdoor PB of 20.98m since last summer. He will do four early meets in USA now during our training camp here at Chula Vista, before travelling back to Europe for the summer season. Results Christian Cantwell, 70-6.5 (21.53m) Reese Hoffa, 69-8.125 (21.25m) Ryan Whiting, 69-2 (21.08m) Tim Nedow, 67-3.5 (20.51m) Cory Martin, 67-2.5 (20.48m) Nedzad Mulabegovic, 65-6 (19.96m) Justin Rodhe, 64-9 (19.74m) Kurt Roberts, 63-11.5 (19.50m)
by GT Managementin Leif Arrhenius, Shot Put0 commentstags: 20m club, EAA meet
GT Management shot putter Leif Arrhenius had a superb meet at European Winter Cup Throwing in Leiria – he achieved 20.09m. This result was the best for Swedish team in the Cup and also ranks Leif to 7th position at the world season list. Congratulation Leif. We will have a fun summer with great results! Borja Vivas won the meet with 20.14m and Carlos Tobalina was second 20.04m.