by GT Managementin Arttu Kangas, Discus Throw, Javelin Throw, Oona Sormunen, Sami Peltomäki, Sanna Kämäräinen, Shot Put0 commentstags: Season Best
Finnish Championships were held last weekend in Pori – many GT Management athletes were competing there and winning medals. Sanna Kämäräinen won womens shot put and discus throw – new PB in the shot final 15.70m and a decent discus result of 57.87m. Arttu Kangas won men shot put 19.73m (just 6cm less from his outdoor PB), Sami Peltomäki achieved 8th position with 71.91m (he had 79.55m SB in the qualification) and Oona Sormunen took the title with 58.11m. Congratulations!
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 Arttu Kangas, Javelin Throw, Kristo Galeta, Oona Sormunen, Shot Put, Trine Mulbjerg, Uncategorized0 commentstags: EAA meet
Global Throwing athletes were competing last week in Riga at Rigas Kausi meet. The highlight for us was Arttu Kangas from Finland, who threw 19.52m and got 4th position- This result gives Arttu 3rd position at the European U23 season list. Other results by our athletes – Trine Mulbjerg from Denmark got 4th position at women shot put competition 16.29m, Oona Sormunen 56.73m in women javelin and Kristo Galeta had an off day unfortunately in men shot put. Meet homepage from here
by GT Managementin Hammer Throw, Mark Dry0 commentstags: National Record, Personal Best
Global Throwing Management hammer thrower Mark Dry improved today his personal and Scottish record to 76.93m. His previous record was 74.82m – so quite impressive! With this throw, Mark achieved World Championships standard and the result gives him 9th position at current world season list. Congratulations to Mark!
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 Marco Fortes, Shot Put0 comments
Global Throwing Management is an exclusive management who takes care of throwers only. The word has spread fast in the throwing community and we could not be happier, that we have world-class athletes joining our team. Last week, Marco Fortes from Portugal joined our team – Marco has an amazing personal best of 21.02m from season 2012, also 21.01m from last season. Marco is 2 times participant at Olympic Games and 3 times at World Championships, achieving 5th position in Daegu 2011. 21.01m gave him 15th position at the world season list in 2014. We are working on full-power, to help Marco achieve his goals during this summer season. Bem-vindo à equipe, Marco! Written by Hans Üürike Our awesome SHOT PUT team in 2015 » Tim Nedow / CAN / 20.98m » Marco Fortes / POR / 21.02m » Arttu Kangas / FIN / 20.09m » Mesud Pezer / BIH / 19.44m » Leif Arrhenius / SWE / 20.50m » Zane Duquemin / GBR / 19.42m