Javelin became a mens sport in 1908 and a women's sport in 1932
between 2.6 and 2.7 metres
yes,they won a bronze in javelin and 200m in mens
the javelin field is 100 metres long but can still be thrown past.
Mens World U20 (800g) record is 84.47m by Zigismunds Sirmais from Latvia
women's javelins weigh 600 grams. mens weigh 800 grams.
look in ur bum its quite big up there
The Australian men's national record for javelin is 89.02 meters by Jarrod Bannister of Queensland at the Australian Championships in 2008. He broke the old record of 86.67 meters set by Andrew Currey in 2001.
a big soft taco
size 23 in mens
there are two and both stand beside a javelin
about 16 to 20 centi meters
Olympic mens champion achieve about 90 metres, womens champion about 70 metres
You play javelin by throwing a javelin and if you get it the furthest you win
The person who uses a javelin or participates in the sport is called a javelin thrower. The javelin throwers throw the javelin by the use of their hands.
Jānis Lūsis of the Soviet Union with a throw of 90.10 meters (295 feet, 7 1/4 inches).
actually it depends on your height
yes ,there is a big selection of it too!
The mens best was by Uwe Hohn in Berlin, 1984, throwing 104.80 metres. The womens best by Petra Felke in 1988, a distance of 80 metres
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The plural for for javelin is javelins.
2.5m modern javelin