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Barbora Spotakova: The Javelin Queen - Track and Field - About.com
On the women's side, the top name is Barbora Spotakova, who'll likely try to match Zelezny's Olympic three-peat in the 2016 Rio Games. Whether she's ...
Barbora Spotakova - Track & Field - About.com
Barbora Spotakova came from behind to earn the Olympic javelin gold medal with a final-round throw of 71.42 meters (234 feet, 3.8 inches). Stu Forster/Getty ...
Women's Track & Field World Records. - Track and Field - About.com
Barbora Spotakova, Czech Republic, 72.28 meters (237 feet, 1 inch). Barbora Spotakova was a former heptathlete who began specializing in the javelin at the ...
Women's Javelin Olympic Medalists - Track & Field - About.com
GOLD Barbora Špotáková, CZE 71.42. SILVER Mariya Abakumova, RUS 70.78. BRONZE Christina Obergföll, GER 66.13. 2012. GOLD Barbora Špotáková, CZE ...
The Best 2013 World Championship Women's Throwers
The women's javelin field will miss world record-holder Barbora Spotakova this year, as the two-time Olympic champion gave birth to a son in May. The leading ...
2008 Olympic Javelin Throw Photo Gallery
Barbora Spotakova of the Czech Republic earned the women's javelin gold medal on her final throw with a winning effort of 71.42 meters (234 feet, 3.8 inches).
Javelin throwing - Track and Field - About.com
Barbora Spotakova: The Javelin Queen · A summary of Czech javelin thrower Barbora Spotakova's career. Share. - Mark Dadswell/Getty Images ...
2011 World Championships Recap: Throws - Track and Field
Barbora Spotakova then took the lead with what was, at that time, the third- longest throw in history, a season-best 71.58/234-10. But Russia's Maria Abakumova ...
London Olympics Preview: Throws - Track and Field - About.com
Barbora Spotakova flung the javelin 71.42 meters to win the gold medal at the 2008 Olympics. Stu Forster/Getty Images. Men's Shot Put: Predicting a winner in ...
Introduction to Javelin Throwing - Track and Field - About.com
Barbora Spotakova of the Czech Republic broke the 3-year-old record of Cuba's Osleidys Menendez at the World Athletics Final in Stuttgart, Germany on Sept.