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New World Junior Record Translated
- Konrad Bukowiecki pushed the ball with a weight of 6 kg a distance of
22.38M and three centimeters improved in the meeting in Torun junior world
record. So far, he belonged to the German world champion David Storl and was
established December 20, 2009 year. Less than a 18-year-old had a great
Szczytno Guard series and as many as five trials of more than 20 meters. The
furthest he sent a bullet in the fifth attempt. Saturday's result - 22.38M -
is also better than the Polish junior record in the stadium. It is 22.06,
and Bukowiecki won the junior world title in Eugene (USA). A Good Year!
World record in this age category at the stadium to be from August 18 2013,
New Zealander Jacko Gill is 23 meters. Last year was very successful for
Bukowieckiego that summer he won two gold medals in major competitions of
the season. In July, the Eugene won the competition 15 Junior World
Championships under the age of 19 the result of 22.06M (ball 6 kg), and in
August won the second Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing in China, where he
pushed the ball pięciokilogramową distance 23.17M.
Translated - PolishKonrad
Bukowieckiimprovedfor the fifth timein just over twoweeks pursuing after the17-year-old boys record.On Saturday,December 13th,Bukowieckiboyshit thefive kilo ball22.41Mand then22.93M.The following Saturday,December 20th
he managedrecordimproved tofirst22.95M andthen22.97M. On Tuesday,December 30th
his performance improvedwildlyto 24.24M. Last summerBukowieckiwon thejuniorworld championship and is coached by hisfatherIreneuszBukowiecki, a formerPolish national teamdecathlete.Official documentsshow thatvalmentajaisäwould beborn -in Turku, Finland.The
bestresultfor 17years of age wasNew ZealanderJackoGill, whothree years agohit the17-year-oldsoutdoortrackworld record at 24.45M.
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