2013 Calif. State High School Track Meet - Triple Jump Distance
Mid twenties is the average distance. Around 25 or so.
about 20 yards accurate and 30-35 a little wild
Im not sure.. But my farthest throw was 52 feet and I'm in middle school
It depends, if you are still in middle school and throwing the 600 gram, the top prospects throw roughly 50 meters, but if you're in high school and throwing the 800 gram at 14, then probably around 45 meters would be good. If you want to be recruited you need to throw 180 feet minimum, but 60 meters or 200 feet if you want to make it big. I was one of the top u14 throwers in the country by throwing 50 meters, but a good thrower would throw 35-40 at 14 years old. Usually, there are 1 or 2 kids in high school that throw 70 meters, but 60 meters will get you basically anywhere.
The major areas of P.E. lessons are running, throwing and jumping. There are 2 types of running: long distance - like 1500 metres or 800 metres - and short distance - 100m, 200m and 300m for girls, 400m for boys. Throwing is normally shotput, javelin or discus and jumping is long jump, high jump or triple jump. This is all based on secondary school though - different schools may be different. Hope this helps :)
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In most public schools I don't think that they have javelin because of the many many risks!
Only seventeen states allow Javelin as a field event in high school. Many other states such as Arizona are looking into adding the event.
There is no official weight for middle school, it depends on area.