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If you are 13 you should be able to throw ATLEAST 30ft. My school record is 43ft 8in. And if you cant throw around 30ft you mignt want to pick a different event.

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βˆ™ 12y ago
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Anonymous

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βˆ™ 3y ago
how heavy is the shot put?
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hannah bingham

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βˆ™ 3y ago
Are you talking about a discus? A shot put is about 6-8lbs
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Patrick Ferrer

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βˆ™ 2y ago
I am 14 and my farthest throw was about 6m but with a 4kg shotput to throw at least 30 ft you must be either Hulk or someone like that unless they used a shotput which weighs like 1kg
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Chyelle Tribble

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βˆ™ 2y ago
I’m 14 and I throw shot put and my coach told me the most he expect for us kids that are 13 and 14 to through is like 23 feet is the most he wants and he’s a very good coach.a
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Chyelle Tribble

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βˆ™ 2y ago
Also our shot put is like 8 to 10 pounds.
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VIOLETTA BELL

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βˆ™ 2y ago
Isn't it supposed to be at least 25 to 30 feet throw for 13-15 year olds?
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MIA MONTELONGO

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βˆ™ 1y ago
girl bye.
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Meteor1

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βˆ™ 1y ago
I can throw 34.3 feet in shotput, is that state qualification, and is that average for a 7th grade boy
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Abram Ashcraft

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βˆ™ 9mo ago
14 years of age and I can throw 30 feet with an 8 pound shot put while using the spin
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Jason Rowand

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βˆ™ 3y ago

How is that the top answer? Dont bother competing unless you throw 30'? No. It's so wrong. Probably a teenager wrote that. Please ignore it. If your kids wants to do shot put, let them as long as they are willing to learn and practice the technique. If a kid (boy or girl) wants to learn shot put then start learning proper technique. Then start to pay attention to setting realistic goals, and achieving them. Some may break school records and that's nice. But the real reward is learning the concept of steady improvement over time and reaching your goals. That is a key "life skill" they will take with them through life.

My son is 13, 7th grade, played football and excelled, but he loves throwing events. This is his first year and he is winning around 60% of the meets, and he's beating bigger and older kids. But he doesn't care are about the wins. He told me yesterday that setting goals, and reaching his goals by learning and drilling form is more gratifying because he realized he is in control of his progress. Many of his competitors that beat him aren't drilling technique. Those competitors aren't improving. He is. By the end of the season, he is trying to add 5 feet to his current throw. Next year, his last year in middle school, he wants to shatter the record (44' something) by at least 2 feet. I told him if he focuses, plans, take smaller steps towards improving, he can get there.

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29 Harmony Linton

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βˆ™ 1mo ago

I personally think it doesn’t matter as long as you are having fun, everyone is different and everyone is taught different….but if you wanna put a number on it i think 20 feet is a great place to start

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βˆ™ 13y ago

i threw and continue to throw, but when i was your age i could throw 28 feet and that was beating my school record so on average you should be able to throw at Least 20 feet

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βˆ™ 8y ago

I can throw it 7.22 meters..and I am fairly strong but don't train, so probably about that or maybe a little further. :)

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βˆ™ 12y ago

Above 20 would be great. 30 and above is amazing.

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Effie Papadimitriou

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βˆ™ 1y ago

ln 13 and l throw a 35’5

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Anonymous

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βˆ™ 3y ago

Well when i was in 7th grade at the age of 12. I was able to throw a 8 lbs shot 42.3..and for the people that say size matters. I was only 5'5 and 130 pounds

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Jason Rowand

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βˆ™ 3y ago
Ugh. Easy Napoleon. Size does matter in shot put. Probably "small weight between your legs (lack of counter weight) helped your throw. J/k. Seriously though... size matters, strength matters, but more importantly, form matters most.

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