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Tough final for Mesud

It happens pretty often when newcomers make a final for the first time that they perform worse in the final than in the qualification rounds. Mesud Pezer did so today and ended in 12th place in the final of the EC in Amsterdam with his 19.49m throw.

Mesud was totally ‘’dead’’ as he said himself in his legs and could not get anything going and gradually walked around the circle, there was no speed, no spin no nothing. It can be somehow explained by saying to much tension or whatever, we will look at it and learn from it.

The good thing about this was that Mesud made the final and even he was feeling really bad he tried in the last throw to make something happen and got a decent throw in.

Now, we learn from this experience and go on in our preparation for the OG.


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Our athletes in 2017

1 Daniel Ståhl 71.29m
2 N. Arrhenius 65.72m
3 S. Pettersson 64.88m
4 L. Arrhenius 61.04m
5 J. Gardenkrans 58.01m
1 M. Thomsen (1.75kg) 53.70m
1 Mesud Pezer 21.40m
2 Daniel Ståhl 19.60m
3 Marcus Thomsen 19.40m
4 Leif Arrhenius 19.35m
5 N. Arrhenius 18.37m
6 S. Pettersson 17.61m
1 M. Thomsen 6kg 21.36m
1 Fanny Roos 53.71m
1 Fanny Roos 18.21m