Philip Milanov competed yesterday at Flanders Cup meeting and won it with a new Belgium record 66.66m. This gives him 9th position at the world season list.
His previous record 66.43m was thrown in April this year.
Congratulations to Philip
Estonian Championships were held today in Tallinn Estonia and Gerd Kanter took his 11th title with a last round throw of 63.75m.
Second was Martin Kupper 62.13m and third Märt Israel 60.01m.
Kamili Skolimowskiej Memorial was held yesterday in Poland and Piotr Malachowski won the meet with new world lead 68.29m - just 10cm more than the previous lead 68.19m by Jason Morgan.
Gerd Kanter took second position with 64.08m and third was Robert Urbanek 63.93m
Young thrower Lukas Weißhaidinger from Austria improved national record just by 4cm this weekend - now 67.24m. Lukas improved his previous PB by over 4 meters (previous OB 63.13m).
Austria has now 2 discus throwers in the world season top10 - Gerhard Mayer 67.20m and Lukas with 67.24m
Gerd Kanter competed today in Kohila, where he threw 66.02m - that means he qualified to world championships in Beijing and also Olympic Games held next year in Rio.
This results gves Gerd 10th position at this season world list. Märt Israel was second with 61.15m
Valter Kalam Memorial was held in Viljandi this weekend and Gerd Kanter won the meet with 63.85m. It was a perfect sunny day for a meet - unfortunately the wind conditions were tricky and many athletes had problems with it.
Daniel Stahl was leading the competition almost 5 rounds - achieving 62.76m and second position. Martin Kupper was 3rd with 60.17m.
|Lois M Martinez||