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What a throw! 🦅
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it's Johannes Vetter mammoth throw during the Continental Tour Gold meet.
The German recorded the second longest throw in javelin history, right behind the world record set by three-time Olympic champion Jan Železný in 1996.
Happy Father's Day 👨👧
On Sunday (6 September), Australians celebrated Father's Day. And footballer Emily Gielnik shared a story about her dad.
Double header 🏃♂️
It was back-to-back racing for the 2012 and 2016 Olympic Games gold medallist. He finished ninth in both Hamburg and Helvellyn races.
Would you? 🏐
There are lots of places to play volleyball: the beach, on a court, on grass maybe in the house but playing on top of mountain might be new territory.
Dancing Queen 💃
Haven Shepherd isn't just a Paralympic hopeful but she is also a newly crowned dancing queen after pulling out the moves.
Ticket to Tokyo 🎫
It was a special day for a handful of Australia's Paralympic athletes as the first members of the team for Tokyo 2020 were announced.
On this day 📅
This week a special memory was marked. Sixty years ago American Otis Davis did the unthinkable by breaking the 45 second barrier in the 400m.
Training with mountain views ⛰️
Preparations are in full swing for Simon van Dorp ahead of the European Championships next month (9-11 October). The Dutch athlete has been spending time in Austria training with quite a stunning view.
Rock n Roll 🎸
Surfer Steph Gilmore pulled out the bass this week.
Back on the Road to Tokyo 🗼
The Kosovo Olympic Judo team have been at a camp with the Turkish national team in Erzurum - a city sitting at over 2,000m. Preparations come ahead of the return of competitions with the Budapest Grand Slam next month (23-25 October 2020).
Need motivation to get moving again? Well, Rio 2016 champion Thomas Roehler is here to help. The German javelin thrower shared his ab workout.