A book called "Possible" was presented yesterday in Tallinn, Estonia. The story is about how Gerd Kanter became the World and the Olympic Champion and achieved 10 championship medals. The book is written by Raul Rebane, the man who built the team around Gerd in the early years of his career.
This innovative and unconventional sports project brought together a lot of experts from many countries and various specialties. The book includes many topics such as talent, team, relationship, nutrition, failure and physical education. An exceptional approach is explained about the theory of an athlete´s public relations and image.
European Athletics is pleased to announce that Czech Republic’s Barbora Spotakova and Gerd Kanter of Estonia have been voted by the fans and media as European Athletes of the Month for September.
17th Asian Games were held in Incheon, South-Korea and Ehsan Hadadi won the title with a throw of 65.11m. This was Hadadi's third straight Games gold after throwing 63.79m in 2006 Doha and 67.99m in 2010 Guangzhou. Vikas Gowda threw 62.58m and took the silver and Qatar's Mohammed Ahmed Dheeb clinched bronze with a best throw of 61.25m in his final attempt.
Gerd Kanter competed in Pärnu, Estonia and won the meet with a new season best 66.28m.
This is 2cm improvement to his previous season best thrown in Türi last week (66.26m). This result gives Kanter 9th position at the world season list 2014.
Gerd Kanter competed on Saturday on a small throwing meet in Türi, Estonia. Kanter won the meet with a new season best of 66.26m, which gives him 9th position at the world season list.
Discus throwers were competing today in Marrakech Marocco at IAAF Continental Cup. Gerd Kanter won the meet with his last round throw of 64.46m. American continent took rest of podium positions - Jorge Fernandez second with 62.97m and Jason Morgan third with 62.70m.
|Lois M Martinez||