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Analysis of Daniel Ståhl 66.89m throw

Here is a simple analysis of Daniel Ståhl´s personal best 66.89m from the 2014 season. The competition, Steve Scott Invitational was held in Irvine, USA on 3rd of May. Daniel achieved a Swedish MU23 Record and the world lead in the 2nd round of the competition. His series were 63.48, 66.89, foul, foul, 59.54 and 61.00.
The season of 2014 was an international breakthrough year for the 21 year old discus thrower. Daniel made his first appearance at a major championship EC in Zurich, competed sucessfully in four Diamond League meets, at IAAF Challenge meets, also winning the Swedish national title for the first time and Finnkampen, that is the National meet between Sweden and Finland. His PB 66.89m earned him a very high position on the world season list - he ended up being fourth behind the big names in discus throw at the end of the season.
Daniel Ståhl (born 1992)
Personal Best 66.89m 
Height 200cm
Weight ~135kg
Arm Span 220cm
















Our athletes in 2019

1 Daniel Stahl 71.86m
2 Simon Pettersson 66.39m
3 Martin Kupper 65.30m
4 Niklas Arrhenius 64.56m
5 Nick Percy 62.09m
6 J Gardenkrans 59.50m
7 Mesud Pezer 57.31m
8 Marcus Thomsen 48.55m
1 Fanny Roos 56.89m
1 Mesud Pezer 21.48m
2 Kristo Galeta 20.76m
3 Marcus Thomsen 20.59m
4 Niklas Arrhenius 18.73m
1 Fanny Roos 19.06m
1 Nick Percy 20.52m