Konrad Bukowiecki (97) did 22.33 with the 5k today in Warsaw. That puts him at no. 5 on the all-time youth list. I'll be waiting to see whether he can confirm this sort of form soon, because frankly, the result looks so good as to raise doubts. His best until now was 20.54 indoors this year, and in today's competition, his second best put was 20.61...
Brian Oldfield via Facebook wrote:Brian Oldfield May 24 That's my best in 1972 training for a single, 465 front squat, 365 clean & jerk , 255 snatch; all in pounds of course. Had 72 foot throws in warm-ups (several) out side the stadium and again inside. Threw way too many of such throws.
gh wrote:He's lucky in that he'll have no trouble finding meets to throw in Down Under come the end of the year, so he's got lots of time left.
But given Aaron's concerns expressed icon the recent Hasay/Erdmann situation will Aaron accept any performance that is not set in a genuine competition. In Jacko's case there can be no genuine competition in the junior shot because he is so far ahead of anyone else - and not just in NZ. Hopefully I will get to see it live if Jacko lands it out beyond 23m later this year.
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derby_county wrote:Jacko 22.54 today (August 4) in special SP comp in Auckland. 20cm to go, 149 days...
Damnation. Didn't get to see it. Too busy writing up an immigration appeal. Weather in Auckland today was supposed to be pouring rain but it turned out cloudy but dry and reasonably pleasant temperature wise. Barring injury, Jacko is still looking good for 23m before he turns 19.
Jacko Gill via Facebook wrote:Jacko Gill August 8 Last Training with coach before he moves to Singapore. Commonwealth Games silver medalist and a very good coach. He taught me the rotational technique and was my first coach. In total he has coached me for nearly 5 years. Really hoping he moves back to New Zealand someday! bugger. Hopefully I can be one of the first throwers to get the -20 W.R coached by their mum :)
No, your supposition that the conversions are in any way 'real' are. You have used math models, which, as we tried to explain to Eldrick, have little application to the human body's biomechanical realities.