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How to Perform a Better Javelin Crossover Stride

This Important Javelin Skill is Often Taught Incorrectly

What is the crossover stride?

The final three strides prior to throwing a javelin (for a right-handed thrower) consists of a step onto the left foot, then a low “jump” onto the right foot and a final quick step onto the left foot into a throwing stance before the javelin is pulled through. 442 more words

Articles

Gochenour ready for Ivy League school’s track and field team

by Audrey Yost

Taking on college is one thing, but to take on an Ivy League university and play a sport is another battle- a battle that senior Kennedy Gochenour is more than ready for. 612 more words

Sports

Tracking the Equifax Hack Through the Dark Web

It’s been a year since hackers broke through security into the Equifax database – one of the world’s largest credit agencies – exposing the personal data of more than 143 million people. 442 more words

Digital

Doha Diamond League Preview

I thought this would be a little different but I’m going to try and give my insight and ideas about who will do well/win their respected events at the Doha Diamond League 2018. 1,891 more words

Running

Phillip Medhurst presents 264/788 James Tissot Bible c 1899 Saul casts a javelin at Jonathan 1 Samuel 20:33 Jewish Museum New York

By a follower of (James) Jacques-Joseph Tissot, French, 1836-1902. Gouache on board.

The paintings were reproduced in “La Sainte Bible : Ancien Testament . . . 49 more words

Bible

Urgent: U.S. confirms Javelin delivery to Ukraine

From Fort-Russ
By Inessa S.
April 30, 2018

Javelins – American anti-tank missile systems have been delivered to Ukraine, according to the State Department.

The US authorities in 2017 approved the supply of weapons to Kiev, including portable anti-tank missile systems “Javelin.” Despite repeated requests from the Ukrainian side, the previous administration of Barack Obama refused to supply thee. 118 more words

rock solid, working out in the shadows

subtitle: Finding treasures

Hidden behind ivy, on a building at Ryerson University, are three relief sculptures of men in athletic poses.   There’s also a line of trees beside the building that they are on.  154 more words

Public Art