In open competitions the men's shot weighs 7.260 kilograms (16.01 lb), and the women's shot weighs 4 kilograms (8.8 lb). Junior, school, and masters competitions often use different weights of shots, typically below the weights of those used in open competitions; the individual rules for each competition should be consulted in order to determine the correct weights to be used.
My coach told me it is the same as middle school on up for diskus and I belive he said the same for girls shot though boys shot increases to 16 lbs for olyimpic
the same as high school, 4kg or 8.8 lbs
A shot put is a heavy round ball (almost like a huge bullet) that is used in Track and Field. The athlete will take the shot put and throw it into the air. The person who throws it the farthest will get the most points and win.
a medicine ball, a bowling ball, a shot put
The anagram is shotput (shot-put, tossing a heavy ball).
Shot put. It's a track and field event usually.
It's a sport where you try to throw a heavy ball as far as you can (track and Field)
the shot put is a round heavy ball that ranges from 8lbs for girls and 12 lbs for boys . most played as a field even in track and field .. and this is a great sport (to me )
A discus is a disc, and a shot put is a metal ball
A heavy shot is a shot that has a lot of speed. They refer to it as a heavy shot because the goaltenders can feel it more than a typical shot.
No. The first ball contacted by the cue ball must be the 8 ball to be a legal shot. However, if you use the opponent's ball as a carom shot after hitting the 8 ball, yes, this is a legal shot.
When one grabs the ball after a missed shot in Basketball they have rebounded the ball.
The shot pocket is the area in your shot when you have a "pocket" to hold the ball in. right before you shoot the ball, and before your guide hand leaves the ball when your arm is bent backwards and you are in the air about to shoot, when the ball is currently positioned is the shot pocket. with both hands on the ball and the ball is ready to shoot.