Ryan Crouser breaks world indoor shot put record with 2 best throws in history!
From NBC Sports - U.S. Olympic champion Ryan Crouser broke the 32-year-old world indoor shot put record, launching it 22.82 meters (74 feet, 10 inches) at an American Track League meet in Fayetteville, Ark., on Sunday. Crouser, who came into the meet with the second- and third-best indoor throws in history, broke the record of 22.66 meters set by American Randy Barnes in 1989. Two of Crouser’s six total throws on Saturday went farther than the old world record, the farther one landing beyond the landing mats. His previous best indoors was 22.60. “It’s a pretty good start to 2021,” Crouser, who is 6 feet, 7 inches, and 310 pounds, said on ESPN. 13 photos 22.82M WR Sequence.
ncaa 70ft SHOT Putters
McKay Johnson - 21.45M
TRIPP PIPERI - 21.74M
TURNER WASHINGTON - 21.85M
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